I just started using Renoise and have few quick questions:
So when Im recording like open hi hat, i wish to just quickly touch the key in keyboard, and not get it cutted off still. Is there setting to disable the OFF signal from track effects? Is there possibility to disable all track effects globally, even seeing them in editor?
Another question, when I do automation like envelope for volume on pattern, and it goes bad, or I press clear envelope. How can I get (lets say cant use undo now) the original envelope back for track?
Is there “select track” keyboard function? It would help not having to move at start at track every time wanna copy whole track.
Why can’t you Undo? What other possible way would then be of undoing a change in any software?? What do you mean original automation envelope? There is none but that which is user programmed, so I would not call that the original.
Copy Track is Shift+F4, why the need to select anything???
No, until you add a first point those are empty. There is no default automation envelope! But if you just want a straight line then clear the whole automation and then add a single point of the right value.
Also volume does not change in any way if you delete the envelope associated with volume! It will stay at whatever level you set it to!
Although there is something to bear in mind with this. Renoise has a look-ahead function for automation curves, where if there is no automation early in a song but there is some later it will set itself to the first value used in any automation in the song for sections of the song earlier than that. (Not phrased very well but I hope you understand me.) So if that is your first pattern (at least with volume automation in it) then the next pattern sets volume to zero, then removing the automation will also cause the earlier patterns to have a volume of zero.
No Punch In/out tool as such (the API running in the GUI thread I’m not sure I would trust it to be precise enough, even if possible!) but this tool is specially designed to make it easy to do multiple passes of a section, having it cloned each time, and then you can select the best take.