Hello there Renoisers,
So, I think I’ve fallen in Love with Renoise!
I’m pretty sure I’m going to buy it, but there’s one thing I still haven’t wrapped my head around. Forgive me if this is the mother of all renoise n00b questions, but I looked here in the forums, in the quickstart guide, tutorials, and I still haven’t been able to “get it”. I hope you guys can help me to this end…
So, how does timing, quantizing, and rhythm in renoise work?
For example, let’s say I have a drum pattern with some 32nd notes in the hi hat pattern, and some 16th note triplets in the kick drum pattern. Now, overall, my song is based on a 16th note grid, so I like having a view that shows 16 lines per bar. Let’s say the tempo is 100 bpm.
How would I:
-be able to program, see, and quantize my 32nd notes?
-be able to program, see, and quantize my triplets?
In other words, how can I add a fine level of rhythmic details to my tracks while still maintaining a nice view that isn’t too fast or busy visually?
If this is not possible, how do you renoisers work so that you have a nice fine level detail but also are able to see the larger pattern at the same time?
Also, is it possible to change the LPB on a track by track or per-part of the song basis? would this achieve better resolution where needed?
If I can get this one thing well understood, I’ll buy renoise without question. I’m SO amazed by this app!