I was thinking it would be nice to have a function called “Humanize song” in order to add minor random variations to several parameter for all tracks of a song.
I’m making orchestral music actually and I want to get a touch of realism, but do not want to add humanized envelopes or LFO for every control on every track. I think Renoise could do this automatically.
This is a suggestion of a control panel. It will basically consist of adding short random values to the current playing note. A parameter called “rate” will indicate the maximum range of variation:
Someone posted time ago the idea of having this kind of control on the top of every track in order to select the tracks to humanize. My idea is similar, but applied to full song and controlling the rate of the variation for basic parameters.
Yes, but this only modifies Vol/Pan and some effects. In fact, “advanced edit panel” does not modify effects like “0D” (Delay note), at least on version 1.9.0.
I was meaning that it would be interesting to have an independent panel for humanization, that will apply tiny random modifications over the selected parameters (vol, pan, note delay or quantization, note tuning, etc.), in addition to those defined on pattern score or automation curves.
Oh man, I’m a happy registered user from version 1.2 (year 2003).
The fact is that my musical works take very long time to release (some years) and during that time Renoise changes 3 or 4 times of version number. In order to keep the compatibility of all the songs of an album, I do not change from an older version to another newer until I’m sure all features of the new version does not affect negatively to my previous tracks. for example, my last album was done on 1.5 version when the newest version was 1.8. That is why I’m actually using version 1.9.0 instead of 2.0. I prefer to wait the official 2.0 release. I do not have so much time to test 2.0 beta versions because they expire before I could view all features.