Give us loop fine editor back


(It-Alien) #1

as promised during alpha stage, I will never surrender to the disappearance of sample editor’s loop fine editor, as it is an useful addition to the sample tools and I see no reason for it to disappear.


(Conner_Bw) #2

+1 IT-Alien for president.


(vV) #3

I still support for the perfection of the seemless auto-looper as an alternative.


(a773) #4

+1000 for the “loop fine editor”!

Regarding x-fade loop: start by making it work, I can’t believe I’m the only one that thinks its broken and useless as is:

http://forum.renoise.com/index.php?/topic/38985-volume-ducks-in-xfade-loops/


(Djeroek) #5

+1

…also…where is the scissor, cutting icon in the sample editor? I do a lot of sample prep work, making sample selections and shaving bits off using the scissor with the mouse.

I know ctrl+x works as well, but when mousing around in the sample editor the icon worked fine, I guess part of my workflow.


(KURTZ) #6

I want my loop fine editor back


(EatMe) #7

+1 for the loop fine editor back to the DC


(noby) #8

I don’t think I ever used it myself and just by the name of it had no idea what it was, but I can definitely see its usefulness and don’t see any reason for its removal, hence ++this-suggestion.


(Akiz) #9

There is new function that makes very fast fade in and fadeout so i think it is less needed than ever…


(cupcake) #10
  • 1, bring it back.

Fading the sample edges is unnecessary and not at all the same thing.


(vV) #11

Besides, end-fading doesn’t work (out well) for looped samples.


(pvcf) #12

+1001 for the “loop fine editor”!


(migloJE) #13

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(esaruoho) #14

come back, features!


(migloJE) #15

as well please return buttons for paste mixpaste and trimm!!!


(D-tracker) #16

+1


(tkc) #17

To what extent can this be perfected, realistically?

The fine editor has been invaluable for me in the past - unless I can be convinced of a viable and practical alternative, another +1 here.


(vV) #18

At least to a level that is a lot better than it currently is.
One user wanted to make a point of proof by providing a simple python script that does a better job than the one in the Render Plugin to Instrument does.
I’m not want to point towards that example specifically, but just mention that the current method is just a rough processing method that totally misses out on various type of samples

I’ve seen some granular phrase snippets passing around, i haven’t looked into those in detail, but i suspect they mangle with the sample offset commands which is a trick that brings out a pretty good “seemless loop” experience without actually having the sample looped seemlessly…


(vincentvc) #19

buy a mouse with a scroll-wheel? *snarky comment


(Audio Nail) #20

+1

I really miss the fine editor.