hope my .en is not to horrible
& thx 4 the cool programm & work - especially for the linux support \o/
You can Set up filtering Midi cc in the preferences/Midi.
One Midi-instr is bound to one Midi-out/channel. So you could set your second Sound On the synth to the Same channel.
Or clone the Track würg anothrr Instrument…
Ah OK, i try.
What a shame!
When i clone a Track and i make new changes the new changes must be done also to the clone Tracks?
Native routing to multiple ports would be nice for the todo list
Yes, cloning means copying a track at a certain timestamp, it is no reference.
Well actually for this reason there is the Midi-Thru-Port of a synth.
Say you have SynthA and SynthB and want to layer two sounds on one Renoise instrument.
- Connect Midicable PC Midi-Out-1 -> SynthA Midi In
- Connect Midicable SynthA MidiThru -> SynthB Midi In
- Set SynthA Sound to Midi-Channel 1, SynthB Sound to Midi-Channel 1
- Set RenoiseInstrument Midi-OutputDevice to PC Midi-Out-1, Midi Channel 1.
When you play the instrument, both sounds from both synths are played at the same time.
Yes, that is right and possible when you have ~2 - 4 hardware synthesizer.
But i have 10 and more like (example )
and then it is impossible to patch the midi routing (MIDI-Thru) physical …
Two - would be nice - solution:
THX 4 the great piece of code (Renoise) \o/