I have now added a video which is a short excerpt from a session at home.
This is very interesting!
In fact I want to see a video of you using this configuration.
There’s one thing I don’t understand, you said you mix differents track but in one renoise instance.
I sometimes do mini mixes myself, but always with two instances of renoise.
Anyway, nice to see this, I really hope to see a video (of both your hands and your screen).
I am rendering the tracks of each song to samples and create a new song with all rendered tracks. Say Song A has 8 tracks and Song B has 8 tracks. In the new Song I am loading the rendered tracks of Song A and B; in the first 8 tracks the tracks from Song A, in the next 8 tracks the tracks from Song B. Then I am routing them to Send Track 1 and Send Track 2. With the help of the Tool “DJ Crossfader” I am now capable to crossfade between the two send tracks. If you add another send track (3 and 4) for each Song, you can prelistening to your mixing if you have a soundcard with multiple outs (and can route it to a headset). Please see the tools page for details and how to do it. Maybe I can add an example songfile the next days.
To create a whole live set I am then using the tool “Live Dive”, so that you can switch between the tracks of different patterns. You could seperate the songs to different patterns and so you can A/B crossfade between different songs.
The rendering and setting up the new song takes some time, but it works for me quite well.
this looks really interesting, would love to see how you’ve done it. Set is sounding good too!
Great to see others using Renoise in live environments. This is from a few years back but this is my set up using Renoise at Glastonbury -
Thank you, great video