Tested in Renoise 2.8 32-bit, running on Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit.
Everything seemed to go smoothly. Rendered a quick test song, provided my Soundcloud user/pass, entered all the relevant tags, added a cover image, uploaded, etc.
No real complaints about the basic functionality of the thing. Good job.
Ideally, I’d like to see more control over the rendering options, though, ie. Sample rate, bit depth, and interpolation.
Could also be nice if more of the Soundcloud API tags were automatically filled out when uploading. I’m not entirely sure which ones would (or could) be appropriate, but BPM at least seems like a no-brainer.
This is not really a tool that I’d find myself using very often, simply because there’s no way that I’d be dumping renders from Renoise at 32-bit directly to Soundcloud without some kind of additional processing/cleaning up. Nevertheless, it’s quite nifty that this works at all.
With some tighter integration into Renoise it could indeed be quite interesting. Think “Render Selection to Soundcloud”, and just free-styling a sample pack of wild, on-the-fly edits, just for the heck of it. Could be quite refreshing to render a bunch of random crap without thinking too much about the process of actually putting it out there. Perhaps an alternate mode for the tool could be to set-and-forget some basic tags, and then upload multiple renders without being bothered/nagged by the uploader interface?