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(EatMe) #1

It seems that Renoise 3.1 is very popular software.

The Renoise 3.1 torrent is popular amongst people that are listed below.

In the listed 2016-01-09 to now, there were 80 people that were searching for Renoise 3.1 torrent.

You can find more information on the Renoise forum that is relevant to Renoise, according to this overview.

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Website search statistics from 2016-01-09 to 2016-04-07 by Google

The demo version of Renoise works perfectly fine for loading, creating and saving your songs.

You can find tutorials for Renoise here: LearnRenoise youtube channel

Registered users can download their personal uncracked version that does not need a crack or keygen for version +1 per license for a widely accepted, acceptable price.

visit the Renoise website

You are now on the Renoise forum.

This is merely for your information.

I am bored.


(Bungle) #2

It seems that Renoise 3.1 is very popular software. (…)

Of those 80 people searching Renoise torrent, 80 of them actually never make music and just collect software so that they can say “Look what i got” to some other numpty.


(ABįSƧȔš ṼØȊÐƎ) #3

Seems a shame that anyone could be bothered looking for a crack for software that is so cheap, especially for what it does.


(ffx) #4

A view onto google trends seems to be quite interesting:

Google Trends: Renoise vs. Bitwig

https://www.google.com/trends/explore#q=renoise%2C%20bitwig&cmpt=q&tz=Etc%2FGMT-2

Google Trends: Renoise vs. Bitwig vs. Ableton vs. Cubase vs. Reaper

https://www.google.com/trends/explore#q=renoise%2C%20bitwig%2C%20ableton%2C%20cubase%2C%20reaper&cmpt=q&tz=Etc%2FGMT-2

What do you can read from those statistics? I would conclude:

  • Maybe the outstanding Renoise forum with huge of information has an negative impact on the search term “renoise”. Why searching, if you know where to find the info? No other DAW has such a forum

  • Bitwig has a doubled Google popularity as Renoise. On release date the interest was of course immensely more.

  • Renoise team does no advertising and promotion at all, so no bumps at all on new releases

  • People are migrating to other daws, away from Renoise

  • Renoise had a much better popularity 2008

  • Ableton is ~26x times more popular than Renoise

  • Cubase is loosing clients constantly

  • Reaper seems to catch a huge attention since 2014

  • “renoise torrent” is the 2nd often search term, but only on average! It’s negligible nowadays: https://www.google.com/trends/explore#cmpt=q&q=%22renoise+torrent%22

  • “renoise mac” the 3rd :slight_smile: But also stagnates. In April the interest rapidly rised here

  • Reaper is NOT the most popular daw, since “reaper” in a normal word and not a fantasy name


(Bungle) #5

A view onto google trends seems to be quite interesting:

Google Trends: Renoise vs. Bitwig

https://www.google.com/trends/explore#q=renoise%2C%20bitwig&cmpt=q&tz=Etc%2FGMT-2

Google Trends: Renoise vs. Bitwig vs. Ableton vs. Cubase vs. Reaper

https://www.google.com/trends/explore#q=renoise%2C%20bitwig%2C%20ableton%2C%20cubase%2C%20reaper&cmpt=q&tz=Etc%2FGMT-2

What do you can read from those statistics? I would conclude:

  • Maybe the outstanding Renoise forum with huge of information has an negative impact on the search term “renoise”. Why searching, if you know where to find the info? No other DAW has such a forum

  • Bitwig has a doubled Google popularity as Renoise. On release date the interest was of course immensely more.

  • Renoise team does no advertising and promotion at all, so no bumps at all on new releases

  • People are migrating to other daws, away from Renoise

  • Renoise had a much better popularity 2008

  • Ableton is ~26x times more popular than Renoise

  • Cubase is loosing clients constantly

  • Reaper seems to catch a huge attention since 2014

  • “renoise torrent” is the 2nd often search term, but only on average! It’s negligible nowadays: https://www.google.com/trends/explore#cmpt=q&q=%22renoise+torrent%22

  • “renoise mac” the 3rd :slight_smile: But also stagnates. In April the interest rapidly rised here

  • Reaper is NOT the most popular daw, since “reaper” in a normal word and not a fantasy name

First off, this forum is nothing special, the Reaper forum for instance is way more populated and has way more information, not only on Reaper.

Second, there is little that can be drawn from those search results other than people pretty much never search for Renoise in comparison to other hosts.

Third, it seems that users of this forum are more interested in Renoises popularity than its developers are haha


(ABįSƧȔš ṼØȊÐƎ) #6

First off, this forum is nothing special…

The users make it special! :wink:


(ffx) #7

First off, this forum is nothing special, the Reaper forum for instance is way more populated and has way more information, not only on Reaper.

Second, there is little that can be drawn from those search results other than people pretty much never search for Renoise in comparison to other hosts.

Third, it seems that users of this forum are more interested in Renoises popularity than its developers are haha

First! No, the reaper forum is really badly structured. Renoise forum is the best of the world! Get that!

Second! No, you did not geddit. Renoise is has about a popularity like Bitwig. Period.

Third! I agree here.


(tL One) #8

Renoise is has about a popularity like Bitwig. Period.

Lol.

(By the way: You know, a way better way to measure “popularity” is to check youtube for the number of tutorial-, review videos etc and then also take a look at the playcount… )


(Bungle) #9

Actually the only way to test popularity is to have a call back system in the software itself, there is literally no other way to check popularity, obviously the Renoise developers know exactly how many copies are being sold, but even that does not mean they are being used.

We can assume a lot of things from various ways, but it is all assumption.

Yes it is very obvious from all of this that Renoise isn’t very popular, but come on, it is a tracker, it is commercial, it is 2016, how popular are people expecting it to be ?

They decided to develop a sampler VST just as a whole slew of other sampler VST where being released, mostly for free, so that was not going to get any major boost in popularity/sales, but i suspect this is of little importance to the Renoise developers, they have stuck to their guns and continue to do so.


(ffx) #10

This is blasphemy!! You unbelievers…


(Raul (ulneiz)) #11

Well, I live in Spainand here Renoise is not well known.I think the main reasons are 3: the advertising, the lack of multiple languages and GUI low resolution.For example, Ableton Liveis very popular herebecause it has a constant campaign behind.There are many tutorials in Spanish, masterclass onlineand even a license is required to teach officially, like if Ableton was the most special software in the world.There is a horde of young excited at being dj… :huh:FL Studio also like in Spain.

People get carried away by the best known, not for the best.Also, I think that Renoise, if I had better GUI for higher resolutions and multiple languages, Spanish, French, German, at least, would be much more accepted automatically…

  • The GUI resolution is an obstacle.
  • Language is a tremendous obstacle although everyone knows English as a second language.It’s very important the multi language!!!Renoise team has a forum of followers and does not take advantage… For example, lance Renoise in Spanish, and half of Spanish musicians use Renoise per inertia, without advertising.It is matter of strategy and risk.
  • It is a tracker without piano roll, a strange thing for new generations.People do not like to associate numbers with notes, apparently.
  • Existing video tutorials are only in English in general.Where is the Spanish, French, German?
  • Renoise team does not promotein the forum.I mean that does not reward somehow collaborations.
  • Renoise, despite appearing LUA open at the same time is very tight.
  • A new way to promote is to create a database file language so that forum members interested, translate it into other languages. This is similar to how it works Wordpress or JetAudio PC program, for example. Renoise equipment markets it in English. Interested parties have the possibility to translate. This does not exist in the closed mind. Renoise team would owe nothing to the forum members, rather the contrary.
  • "How to seduce young people?"This would be the best advertising slogan for Renoise for people starting.
  • The list is long…

Another example, here in Spain, the main websites with forums on musical composition with DAWs, ignore Renoise for lack of impulse.A blatant example would hispasonic.com.It has a forum dedicated to almost every major DAW. Renoise is ignored, it seems that even on purpose, because it does not cost 30 seconds to create an official subforo that is called Renoise DAW.It is an absurd topic.Asked in the stores that sell DAWs about Renoise, and the experts do not know Renoise and is a program for many years…

I guess in each country will be a different situation.What happens in France or in Germany with Renoise?In Spain, when the first trackers, it was an entire religion.That essence is lost with the appearance of other DAWs, which literally have eaten the market.It is true that advertising creates popularity also blatantly.

I guess the Renoise team read these things at some point, and again be ignored.We’ve been thus long time.See the popularity now does not make much sense. Little has really changed seemingly with the new version.I speak worldwide.

Oops, something else. Renoise not pirates.Oddly enough, pirating is pure advertising.You sacrifice a version to be hacked. Later shields the next version.It could be a bestial marketing strategy if done well. The rest of DAWs are pirated (almost all), partly because they are very expensive.All of them are very famous. Much more popular. At least the Renoise team should be proud, because Renoise is not pirated.Piracy also involves a lot of popularity and it does not imply that a DAW is better than another…


(ffx) #12

n/m


(danoise) #13

@Raul: good point about language being a barrier. Translating the official documentation (and the software itself) into multiple languages is a huge task, but would definitely represent a step in the right direction.

But it’s not being entirely ignored - for a start, all the newer tutorial videos for Renoise are fully captioned/subtitled in English, and could be translated into even more languages. Translating manually is necessary as the youtube ‘auto-translate’ will do a laughable job… it will definitely not understand all these Renoise-specifictechnical terms :smiley:

Also, satobox has done some great work in translating multiple documents into japanese on his own initiative.

On a more general note, I would say that anything we can do to increase the word-of-mouth for Renoise is a good thing. Strategic partnerships, offering cross-promotions and such is a good way to spread the word. And always, offering more content (instruments, sample packs) to producers, taking advantage of the particular possibilities Renoise has.

But if you ask me, I would avoid old fashioned advertisement like the plague. It’s simply a waste of money.


(Raul (ulneiz)) #14
  1. Enable a secction in renoise.com website with official advertising banners to download free (png, jpg or flash), encouraging fans to help in advertising, free…
  2. Encourage forum members using links to renoise.com and Renoise use a banner on your website or blog for free. They will participate. Renoise team will not spend a penny, and will have extra publicity.Word of mouth is advertisingfree and effective. The Voluntary advertising is also.
  3. It allows members of the forum a file translation from English into any language of Renoise program (forget the manuals, videos and others) and be amazed! You studied Wordpress or JetAudio like examples.
  4. Forum members can also help with translations into other languages.They do not because there is no option in Renoise.

They are just thoughts … :slight_smile:


(Bungle) #15

II do have to reiterate, who gives a sh*t, if the developers of Renoise are not doing any of this stuff, why should the users, the software works as advertised, you bought it as advertised, that is that, no matter what you do, Development will not speed up and you will not magically enable the developers t develop the features you personally want (I can only assume this is the reason for any of these comments)


(Raul (ulneiz)) #16

Everything can be improved. We can complain, or bring. Renoise Team will know.The experience of the final development of version 3.1 was very pleasant.People forum provides ideas and tried bugs, and the Renoise Team answer.Some ideas and corrections were added, despite all the changes.

Maybe the Renoise Team does not want to cover a lot. It is also true that if the Renoise Team did case of all ideas, Renoise today would be a chaos.But there are good ideas that fit, it sure will be added gradually.We would like a version every 3 months, yes, but there is.Search priorities and balance.I’m sure if you bet more by forum members, solidarity emerge. Everyone wants a better Renoise. And some members work for free to get it, but they lack the tools (for example, to translate languages of program, under the hood, Spanish, French, German…).

Renoise is different from other DAWs. Language is a monumental barrier.If I were translated, Renoise would be easier to understand for everyone. It only need to translate the program, nothing more.

All this influences the popularity, no doubt.About 2008 there was a registered pirated version?It has more popularity?

The popularity depends on many factors, from the attitude of developers, feedback from users and developers the tools they offer to expand. Not everything is pure and simple advertising. In the forum will crash into a retaining wall again and again.But it is worth participating.The world around Renoise is exciting, alone, that much of the planet is not able to see ^_^.


(Trackah123) #17

I tried many “horizontal” DAWs… out of all, i liked the demo of Bitwig studio. mainly because it’s a clean simple GUI, not so clumsy and illogical as most other DAWs.

Still i like Renoise the most, speedy workflow, you can put down stuff really fast in a few minutes that otherwise took me 30 minutes or longer to figure out in other DAWs.

I guess it depends on what you grew up with. my whole life was tracker-based. just never liked horizontal based sequencers (except for using it with long wave files, vocals and such).


(EatMe) #18

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