For example, I create a melody in a track. Then I can press ‘play’ in Renoise
and listen to it.
But then I want to record ‘over’ the track, a cutoff (for example), by moving
live the cutoff knob from the vsti that plays the melody.
So, I clik ‘record’ and i move my cutoff knob live, and i can hear the effect,
but nothing is recorded over the melody in my track.
Could you explain me how to do ?
Play the track and use right-mouse button to record the automation of any slider inside Renoise
So it’s not possible in Renoise, to record live a cutoff simply moving the knob of a vsti ???
You can assign cuttoff to a knob of automation device and do as BotB suggested
Yes, but it’s not as precise as when I move the knob ! (all the knobs of my vsti are assigned to my midi keyboard. I can move the knobs of my vsti by moving the knobs of my midi keyboard, and i can hear the result live, so why can’t I record the effect live in the pattern ?? Finally is it possible this way ??)
It doesn’t record moving the knob in the vsti gui but you can link the automation device slider to your midi device ( CTRL-M) and it will record the movement.
for me it was difficult to understand why this isnt possible…
[YES with Automation device its possible but he asked for the knobs and sliders in the VSTi GUI]
because Renoise gives you the possibility to ‘write’ up to 16 [0-F] vst parameters
to control in the pattern [effect coloumn]. max. 16 parameter per VSTi, so the user have to define what parameter he wants for automation…
OT: its not possible.
you have to use this automation device due to the fact that theres a limitation (effect command handling).
hope im understandable.
EDIT: well, i should show you where to find this automation device
http://tutorials.renoise.com/Renoise/AutomationQS (scroll down)