As I understand it, the feture “wavatracks” that was originaly requested by sewen… uhm… sagosen, will not be implemented. i.e you will not be able to see the waveform in the track but, as far as I know, audio recording will definately be in the next version.
^edited by me, the point of demo’ing renoise is to decide if you your going to buy it, so trying to redirect outputs, is plain nonsensical. especially if your a cheap bastard! 50 bucks or however much renoise is now, is well worth the hundreds of hours_All_these guys have spent of their life bringing us this fine tracker…
Can you actually record incoming audio with these VST recorders? Otherwise isn’t it just the same as highlighting a section and doing Render to Sampleslot - except much more fiddly?
Are there plug-ins that record the audio input? I know it’s possible with Reaktor but I’m having slight issues getting it to work at the moment.
Audio recording in Renoise would be revolutionary - this feature really can’t come soon enough… Just a record button in the wave editor so I can bounce my h/w synth parts in would save me so much time!
Well, I won’t be using the built-in sample editor until it has a “go to the nearest zero crossing” function like in Soundforge and Audition. Although Renoise has a nice anti-click algorithm, I’d rather cut at the zeroes. Am I the only one that thinks this is very important?
I’m pretty anal, I almost always zoom right in and get exactly the wave I want to chop at the zero crossing.
A double click on the zoom bar to revert back to fullscreen could be nice.
But yeah, a little delay on the recorded audio would be expected - normally I’ll either work with Soundforge open and just ferry things across, or do my beats in Renoise then put the track together in SX or something when I need to work with audio…
I tend to get in and cut everything up in a million pieces anyway as the MIDI timing on my PC’s never been too hot… Or play things in live and edit later… I find I can get the best results doing that in Renoise - copy&paste the audio across a load of sample slots and get really up close and edit loop points and things… If I do it in Live or SX I get sloppy and it has to help out with its dodgy time stretching.
i jsut realized few months ago that this recording possibility isn´t anymore in top ov my list…you know, i have learned in these few years that i got goldwave all the time running in background so i just record with that…BUT, the thing i would love to see is if i copy sumthing in coldwave, i would like to paste it to renoise sampler!!!
so recording isn´t that important than pasteing from other windows progs, peace out.