I’m waiting, in my cold cell… when the bell begins to chime…
Ok, just joking… to much Iron Maiden lately. But I’m just waiting for delivery of my first electronic drums set with USB/MIDI functionality and I wonder If anyone here uses some kind of this setup to play or record drum tracks into renoise.
Is there a simple way to assign particular note - for example C2 to single track while recording? I know that I can use multiple outputs on virtual instrument like Battery 3 or Kontakt, but only for playback - right? Is there a simple way to “chop” midi signal that comes from controller on channel 10 (GM Mode) and slice it to pieces, assigning kick/snare/hihat etx to different tracks in Renoise? Any ideas?
I own a Roland TD-20 (V-Drums series) and I also would like to be able to split MIDI input into tracks based on a notes criterium. Unfortunately, this is not possible in Renoise directly.
Something better should be possible for example using Bidule as a VST inside Renoise: Bidule can filter MIDI input, so you could assign a different MIDI channel to each MIDI note incoming, then send the filtered data to Renoise. This would allow to have a separate instrument for each drum piece. Unfortunately, you still won’t be able to assign each instrument to a different track
I have suggested adding a Samples (parts of Instrument) section to Advanced Edit and adding a Copy to the function of both Instrument and Samples sections and this would at least make it possible to select an individual sample/note, copy it to a new track and delete from the original, making separating afterwards far easier than it currently is.
Here’s the image I posted before.
And my post the original thread, which was started about dedicated instrument tracks.