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A fairly simple tool which I have been learning some class based programming on.
It gives you a macro for the 4 sliders in the master-track groove control. Also a button to navigate to the master track and a checkbox to enable/disable groove.
The master slider controls all sliders to the same percentage so is used for traditional style swing and nothing more exotic.
Ledger`s Scripts: Groove Control
Tools: Groove Control
In the picture above, the yellow line illustrates what the 16th note delay readout means. A Groove/swing of 23% equating to a 2C delay value on every other 16th note (here, 4 lines per beat) .
The ‘Drum Machine’ readout tells what the equivalent percentage swing value for something like a Linn Drum, hardware drum machine would be.
The 2C`s in the pattern are just for illustration,this tool does not add any pattern data in use. The readout is just to give you a better idea of what the renoise percent value means. If you want a tool that adds groove values to the pattern editor see Track Groove linked below:
Related Tool: Track Groove
- User setting for ‘Lock keyboaard focus’ no longer effected by tool
- Corrected Groove calculations after getting accurate confirmation of groove sliders_ _range
- Added “Drum Machine” readout that gives the equivalent percentage readout for machines like the Linn LM-1 (First ever groove implementation), and other DAWS_
- Now shows the equivalent note delay that is applied to every other 16th note (virtually in renoise), below the slider
I`ve now added a further readout which gives the groove percentage as it would be shown on something like the Linn Drum LM-1. The significance of this is that at 66% you get “idealised swing” as in a Jazz shuffle, where the two 16th notes are played in the positions of one and three in a triplet i.e. [1 , x ,3] where x is silent. [0%,33%,66%] or 33% is silent:
Mp3 updated due to tool accuracy improvment (v0.54): Renoise @50% Swing giving a rounded 66.5% triplet swing