I was wondering, is there a way to do this without deleting the track?
A friend and i are working on a cover of an old rock song from the 1970’s, i’m doing the drums and synths in Renoise. We recorded our tracks (guitar, vocals, bass) against the original recording, but the tempo fluctuates by 2 or 3 bpm over the course of the song, probably because the band was using analog metronomes that weren’t so accurate. So instead of redoing all our takes, i added a track in my renoise module with ZTxx commands which adjust the tempo to match the original song.
What i’m wondering is, what if i wanted to completely disable this tempo fluctuation, but without scrapping it or keeping a bunch of backup xrns files, kind of like “commenting out” the track? Global commands are still executed even if the track is muted. Changing this would certainly break compatibility with existing rns/xrns modules, and adding an extra flag per track would be confusing and probably not the best way to do it. Maybe a “do global commands on muted tracks” flag in each song/module’s properties…?