1°) I enable the mode “Editing” in the multichannel option.
2°) I do “mute” on all channels except 1st channel and 2nd channel.
3°) I am in mode edit (spacebar).
4°) I edit notes and step-by-step, the notes are edited in the 2 first channels like :
1st note in 1st channel
2nd note in 2nd channel
3rd note in 1st channel
4th note in 2nd channel
I am looking a coder who could make a script allowing to adding the edit mode in “multi-columns” and/or “multi-tracks” along the tools for Renoise v2.60 please. Is it possible ?
That was a handy feature back then in FTII. But with multiple columns per track in Renoise and the ability to enter chords anywhere in any single track without having to clobber multiple tracks, I don’t really see why that should be useful now?
I like the idea of being able to input notes on multiple tracks at the same time!
Other then being able to automatically separate drumkit sounds out of one instrument over multiple tracks (being able to assign the individual hits to particular tracks), I’d like the ability to link different instruments at the same time.
If you could set some kind of offset as well, you could program one instrument as the main lead and, at the same time, program the other chosen instrument as harmonic counterpart/5th/7th etc.
There are many more options to be thought off, programming different beats over more then one track at the same time.
The fastest way to get it working inside Renoise:
Renoise -> Help -> Show preferences folder
Create the folder carrying the complete name including the .xrnx extension
Then copy the whole path to your clipboard and save each file “as” then paste the path into your explorer or finder window or whatever pops up to propose a saving target…
The fastest way to get it in an xrnx:
-Create a .zip file.
-Copy all files inside the [mytool.xrnx] folder (do not include the parent folder itself!) directly into the zip file if you can do that in your OS.
-Rename zip to .xrnx
No, the note mapper redirects specific notes to tracks:
-Click learn, then click “start”.
-Pick a track from the list above and press a note. -> Notice the note appear in the text-line (Assign note C-4 to track [track01])
-Click “record” and press C-4 again -> Notice a C-4 note appear on the actual row position in track01
This is actually very useful. You can for instance make a bunch of monosynths with the internal devices. One for each track. So with this round robin jumping between tracks will make these tracks into a very powerful and customizable polysynth.
This will also be an equally important feature inside the redesigned xrni I think (cycling through tracks inside the instrument). Hopefully scripting can help with this in the future as well.
Some way to tag which tracks to cycle through would be needed. Even better would be to have this as a track property where you can make several groups of tracks with this behavior.
Perhaps being able to group tracks in the first place wold clean up the mess.
So then you only need an edit option to ‘cycle through tracks in Track Group’.
I would use it quite a lot.