Pretty straightforward stuff. If you want to insert triplets, then set Beats to 1 and Divisions to 3.
The tool will generate notes wherever the cursor is positioned in the pattern editor, ranging over a certain number of pattern lines based on the number of beats you choose (and your LPB setting). If there is a note under the cursor then it will be used as the template for the other generated notes, otherwise it will default to the current instrument selected in Renoise and the note you set in the tool’s GUI. Depending on the settings you choose it may be necessary to use multiple note columns to fit everything in, so the tool will automatically expand the track to handle this if necessary.
Be warned: Any existing note data within range of the tool will be deleted!
the utilization of delay column values to grant the user the possibility of having 12 “sub-row-based” note-columns automatically generated by slapping the user-specified delay values per notecolumn, to afford the user a finer access to sub-row resolutions automatically, instead of writing them down, one by one by hand.
I’d hardly call that aggression. It was just a little friendly jab in response to some nagging. No hard feelings were intended, and I’m sure Conner is more than man enough to take such a comment in his stride.
Dblue, I am having trouble using this tool… how do you use it? I am searching through the tools dropbar and I can’t find it, all my other tools are listed however. I have downloaded and installed it and it comes up in the Renoise tool browser, yet that only gives me the option to disable or uninstall the tool, which obv I don’t want to do.
I’m sure i’m missing something very elementary here…