Recording On The Fly In Renoise

Hi folks,

Just purchased Renoise and am loving it! I have been out of the loop in composition and tracker software for a while now but anxious to get right back into it.

I have extensive experience writing with the old Protracker software on my old Commodore Amiga - in fact I practically lived and breathed using that software!

I wondered if you could help me out though.

When entering notes on-the-fly in Renoise the track tabs out to a new note list when it loops through and I end up entering chords or misplaced sequences.
I was used to the method on Protracker where it looped around and recorded over your previous entries in the track, a nice way of giving it a few takes to perfect that sequence on-the-fly.

Is there a way that this can be done in Renoise?

I did a quick search in the forums but could not find the answer I was looking for but I apologise in advance if this has been covered before and I just missed it in my search.

Thanks again and I look forward to getting to know you all musically :)

You might want to give bystrano’s AutoClonePatterns tool a shot.
It will allow you to record into cloned patterns for as long as you are in edit mode (multiple takes, kind of)

Thank you for the info - I will give it a try :)