Or maybe there is such option in renoise, or some tool and i cant find it.
We have for ex. pc keybord and zxcvbnm for CDEFGABA etc. or midi keyboard.
And theres chord mode bottom patter screen, lets imagine theres also transpond mode switch, so when any one switch it on, PCkeybord or midi keyboard enterns transpose mode.
Now when in transpose mode we can use note keys to quick transpose.
Let say we have got on right side checked “column in pattern” and simple arpeggio CDCDCDCDCDCDCDCD… and im pressing V and it changing to FGFGFGFGFG
or i pressig Q and getting CDCDCDCDCD but octave higher or pressing 3 gives me D#FD#FD#F.
And imagine jamming on some nice arppegios while in loop, instead jumping by one note step.
Shift/ctrl/alt F1 / F2 was for transposing notes one step. Shift for the whole track, ctrl for the whole pattern, alt for the whole selection. For transposing an octave, use the same modifier keys but then with F11/F12 Was that what you seeked?
Nope i know you can transpose one step by shortcut.
I was wondering if i can make instant transposing whole column using note keys, not one step jumps. Like i need instant 5 steps up and after that 3 quick 3 steps down and after that 2 steps up. And it needs to be done fast. And the point is i cant make it with one step jumps or by clicking mouse.
I know exemple that i made before not giving whole picture. So it would be nice to have zxcvbn…etc option to transpose …N-3 J-2 M-1 Q+0 2+1 W+2 3+3 etc. from oginal point
Column is filled with “DDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD”
Im pressing “2” key and it transpose to D#D#D#D#D#D#
Im “W” pressing after that and it transpose to “EEEEEEEEEEE”
And im pressing “M” and it transpose to CCCCCCCCC
And im pressing “Q” again and it back to DDDDDDDDDDD
This tool has no interface, it simply adds some key bindings that you can choose to map to whatever keys you prefer. When activated, it will transpose all note data within the currently selected track (depending on which key binding you triggered).
The tool will also check to see if transposing the notes would result in some of them going out of range (ie. lower than C-0 or higher than B-9), and if so it will prevent the transposing action from taking place. This is to ensure that you don’t accidentally destroy your track data with some extreme shifting.
The key bindings can be found under: Prefs > Keys > Pattern Editor > Track Operations > …
There are key bindings for transposing up:
… for transposing down:
… and I’ve also included some extra key bindings that let you quickly reset the track back to a base note:
If you are speaking of VST instruments, if the plugin has such a parameter and if you can change the pitch range within the VST plugin, you could do something with the LFO regarding that.
I don’t quickly see a use for the key tracking device here accept for that you can trigger the LFO only on specific notes.