After one and a half years I proudly present my first renoise tool!
(…even though I think LUA is damn ugly and I loathe it from the depth of my heart – which shows you how much I love renoise! )
I don’t know if this is useful/interesting for anyone of you. Just check it out.
With ReNoam, you write a context-free grammar, hit the ‘Generate’ button, and a pattern sequence is appended to the sequencer.
A small example is loaded when you start the tool for the first time.
If you don’t like the outcome, simply undo with renoise.
So, this is very beta, please comment and report bugs.
I’m on WinXP, I wonder if it works on other systems, too.
Some screenshots to give you a basic idea of what the tool is about. (I ripped parts of Vivace’s Jong Belegen)
Update: File selection ‘cancel’ bug fixed.
Update: v0.8 supports probabilistic context free grammars.
Update: ReNoam is now hosted on the renoise tools page: http://tools.renoise.com/tools/renoam