No. Try the Duplex, see if it does what you want. But, generally, the only way to do it is to create a “specific tool.” Renoise has no use to create this kind of links and the manufacturers of physical devices refuse to provide information related to MIDI control, such as sysex messages, because it is “private code”.
The reasonable thing is, to know how to program in LUA (and the API of Renoise), and to create a tool on purpose investigating for yourself with the specific physical device. Is not easy. But it is possible.
This enormously complex and powerful tool desperately needs a series of video tutorials showing how to use it.
It’s good that it has a manual, but it’s really only useful as a reference, not for learning how to use the tool. Also, the broken English in it makes parts of it really difficult to understand, so even its use as a reference manual is limited. It has almost no examples, which makes it even harder to learn from.
It’s also frustrating that this tool deliberately hides some of its features from the user. I can’t for the life of me figure out why it does this.
That said, this tool looks amazing, and I’m sure it’s very powerful indeed. I also appreciate the enormous amount of hard work it must have taken to make the tool and write the manual.
It’s just a shame I can’t figure out how to use it. I gave up half way through the manual, which is which is written in too cryptic and concise a manner for all the novel ways the tool offers for interacting with Renoise.
If possible. By activating the “ALL” switch, you can simultaneously play the trigger notes for each phrase according to each panel and their routing to the desired instrument or track. You can do it with the mouse or with the MIDI input (previous mapping).
With FavTouch it would be possible to do it with the keyboard. But I stopped developing the tool because Renoise didn’t improve the API and I got fed up with waiting. When I was programming it, the “released” keys did not exist in the API. Therefore, pressing and releasing was not possible. With API 6 it has changed. But I wasted time on other tools, even more interesting.
If you activate the chain from panels 2 to 16 and panel 1 activates the Mst, you can use panel 1 as a master.
This was a programming project for fun, which I shared. It was not a project to satisfy demanding users who want it all.
In fact, I didn’t even remember that I built “a manual”. These types of tools are somewhat complex because they do several things. Building a manual with multiple examples would take forever. A video would clarify many things, but I certainly don’t have time for this type of content. I am not like Taktik, who has a company with hundreds of workers under his care to maintain Renoise and has hundreds of hours a day to update his code. I’m obviously being sarcastic.
I certainly parked this project because I needed certain things that the old API didn’t have. That was very frustrating. In fact, it is not updated for R3.2. That would be a lot of work …