you can kind of rebuild his setupt with renoise devices
saw sample thru lowpass filter as renoise instrument to do what his operator synth does. filter and volume close in one beat.
thru analog bandpass filter effect with lfo or automated to mimic his autofilter
thru a parallel reverb chain, stacking rev, chorusses, eq to do same to color as he does. renoise reverb is not as lush as ableton, but you can stack or also use convolvers to get smoother, deeper reverb. it is important for the sound, especially the low mids must be deep and you must be able to filter/eq the color of the reverb independently of the dry sound. the color settings etc on the mpreverb is not enough, and it alone might sound too cheap.
dry mixed back maybe thru compressor to make it snappier with send, then all through multitap delay, and a compressor.
just look at the settings he uses in ableton, most you can transfer to renoise devices, just the reverb is tricky. he can adjust the saw filter action, the autofilter, the reverb color (try eq/filter on 100% wet reverbs), and the delay bandpass freq. it is important to tune these settings according to the mix, and you can also automate some of them. it also need patience and good ears, the sound involves a lot of depth tuning to sound right.
Edit: Oh and then play 1 beat long g-minor chords in some rhythm with gaps in between.