This might well be under the topic “change in speed concept” but I though It’d need a topic of its own.
Individual groove per track would be so mindblowing!!!
Have you guys tried the groove inside cubase? It is actually quite similar to that in renoise. You can hear the groove while playing with the settings and the song playing in the background, but it is not limited to all the tracks. You can have whatever groove on whatever track and change all the settings on the fly.
I think something like that would be soooooo welcome
The only way to have groove settings per track now is using delay commands (then you don’t need to tamper with tempo) and retrig commands.
Yes it is a lot of craftwork unfortunately. Being able to perform grooving the same way song-groove is being applied makes life a lot easier.
i know that there are ways around to get the swing into your track im just saying it should not be this much effort. if other daws can just have it applied to whatever track or sequence etc. Renoise should be able to deliver the same. all i ask for (well at least atm heh) is for renoise to have better groove settings/features and This
btw: my fave method of getting swing is adding empty space to the beginning of the sample in the sample editor
No, i was saying that you can script this easily, meaning, you can create a script that simply automate this on specific line schedules you want it to be applied if any note is there and assign the execution of the script to a shortcut key (or multiple of you want to apply multiple groove schemes).
In combination with the advanced edit panel this can work pretty well… just deselect all the note categories except delay, copy (continuous)paste.
Someone also made an awesome set of scripts for it called PushBack (forum post with explanation) and PushBackKeys. The latter is only downloadable via git for now though (server issues). It allows to set delay values quickly for the whole track, every edit step. You can even step the cursor to a group track first and it’ll edit the delay values for all tracks in the group. Imho it works way more intuitive than the groove function inside renoise.