Apart from trackers, I get a hardon from modular routing a la Buzz (or psycle, aodix, aero studio).
It is (I think) mentioned here https://forum.renoise.com/t/new-renoise-features-ideas-the-mindmap/21486, at the Renoise Mindmap, but I can’t find any discussion on it on the forum, so I’m not even sure if it’s on the to-do list.
If there is thread for it going on, please point the way.
Is there, then, a workaround by, say, using a particular VST, to get that kind of signal flow control?
I imagine this would include routing individual renoise tracks to an external program (VST?) that is able to then modularly route them.
currently renoise doesn’ t support internal midi routing …which is ( for me ) a major bugger …I want to use midi vsti’s inside renoise … sonicbytes era!!
( and ofcourse the lack of multiple out …midi and audio vsti wise)
But I know it will happen some day …soon …urh …or .later
Then that’s pretty much the workaround I’ve been looking for. I read about EnergyXT on the forum here, but it seemed that ppl were using it for track freezing etc, instead of routing. That’s why I was unsure whether it was possible.
Bidule seems simpler, and more focused to what I had in mind. Has anyone used it?
How do I separate tracks from renoise into a VST?
Can someone explain a bit please?