Linux Mint 14 XFCE desktop 64 bit…
Hi, I was wondering if someone would be good enough to just clarify this for me
I’ve attached a very simple XRNS to this post, it contains just one pattern with a single kick sample. Start the pattern playing in Renoise (I know not the greatest module ever written but still… )
Open up the scripting terminal editor and go to the terminal (make sure Renoise is playing the pattern in the background.)
Type and execute the command:
This instructs Renoise to start playing at line 1 (line 0 in the pattern editor). So the kick is once again immediately heard once the enter key is pressed. This works fine.
- Type and execute the command:
renoise.song().transport.playback_pos_beats = 0
Again this instructs Renoise to effectively jump to line 1 (beat 0). The kick is again immediately heard once the enter key is pressed. And again this works.
- Now try the command (make sure Renoise is still playing the pattern in the background):
renoise.song().transport.playback_pos = renoise.SongPos(1,1)
On my machine each time I execute the above command I don’t hear the kick as Renoise jumps to the start of the first line in the pattern. Audibly it seems to jump to the next line down (or the effect is somewhere fractionally between line 0 and 1.) Can someone just clarify if this slight delay/missed starting line on the execution of the above command is correct?