New Tool (2.6 - 3.1): Split Into Separate Tracks

Right click on Track --> Track --> Split into separate Tracks

Right click on Track --> Track --> Split into separate Tracks

Oh I see - somewhere in the track - not on the track title! Thanks…

Can it work on a whole song, or just on an individual section? (It’s great BTW)

Hi fladd! Thank you very much for this tool, it is magnificent!

I miss the option of separating notes by “note columns”.For example, to represent the 120 notes, which are 10 octaves, you only need 10 tracks with 12 note columns, the 10 tracks put into 1 main group.The track name could be Octave 0, Octave 1 … Octave 9. And only the necessary octaves would appear.Could this be implemented?

What about renaming the columns acording to notes when you split it by notes?

great tool, thx

I’m getting this error every time. The tool works, but the error shows up nevertheless.

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Renoise 3.3.2

Strange, I don’t have this. Maybe it interferes with some other tool or so?

Could it be to do with a demo plugin? some don’t allow you to save active presets as a limitation, so don’t report any parameters.

Maybe even a non-demo plugin that doesn’t report/ have active parameters (I have seen one before but can’t remember what it was)

An example of a demo plug that does this is Sonimus Tuco. The small arrow is missing here that you would press to access its parameters in renoise:

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If so you would just have to filter out something like

if #parameters <1 then skip

Nope. It also happens when splitting simple chopped breaks without any fx or processing.

But, like I said, the tool still works. The bug is just annoying. I mean, it could be interfering with something else, but I haven’t noticed anything strange yet. :sweat_smile:

That is strange if no fx present on the track as the tool filters out that code that’s throwing the error with:

if #current_song.tracks[orig_track].devices > 1 then

the ‘orig_track’ index variable seems to take its value from ‘renoise.song().selected_track_index’ but I don’t think another tool can interfere with that until the running tool completes (or uses :yield() which is not present here/ used in heavier processing tools)

Even then with no fx in the song, all tracks would fail that if statement.

I defer back to fladd :slight_smile:

This is very useful, quite intuitive and non-intrusive when not in use. Happy to have in my toolbox!

One request or question: How about adding the opposite option as well? As in, getting several tracks into different lines in the same track? To me for one, that would be equally nice to have.