Rubberband Updated (3.0)


(xerxes) #61

Anyone using this in Renoise 3.1?


(RANSOM) #62

Anyone using this in Renoise 3.1?

me, rns 3.1 under osx, no probs at all


(mslsr) #63

This is really weird. I formatted my PC last week, forgot to take backup of my Renoise scripts and instruments, so I grabbed the newest version. Pretty sure the one I used before was also v.011.

I’m using 3.1 and the corresponding version, but whenever I try to stretch, pitchshift or change the tempo of anything, I get the “There is something wrong with your installation.” message. It worked perfectly fine before this, so what the heck happened?
I’ve tried reinstalling Renoise, wiping the registry keys, putting the Rubberband lib files in the appdata script dir, but the problem persists. It doesn’t work on my secondary PC, either. Using Windows 7 on both.


(redlegoman) #64

I recently upgraded to macOS Sierra and this tool stopped working for me. I got an error message saying Renoise/the tool couldn’t run rubberband. I tried deleting the tool and reinstalling a fresh copy from renoise.com but to no avail. Running the rubberband executable from the tool’s directory resulted in a seg fault, so I downloaded the rubberband for Mac executable from the rubberband site and copied into the tool’s bin directory and now it’s right as rain. Not sure if there is an issue with the binary in the tool or not now. Just FYI really.


(thanatos) #65

I recently upgraded to macOS Sierra and this tool stopped working for me. I got an error message saying Renoise/the tool couldn’t run rubberband. I tried deleting the tool and reinstalling a fresh copy from renoise.com but to no avail. Running the rubberband executable from the tool’s directory resulted in a seg fault, so I downloaded the rubberband for Mac executable from the rubberband site and copied into the tool’s bin directory and now it’s right as rain. Not sure if there is an issue with the binary in the tool or not now. Just FYI really.

can’t get it working with sierra


(redlegoman) #66

I copied the rubberband executable downloaded from here into

~/Library/Preferences/Renoise/V3.1.0/Scripts/Tools/com.renoise.Rubberband.xrnx/bin/osx

and it seems to work OK now. Obviously the bz2 file needs to be uncompressed first. I did this by running the following in a terminal

tar jxvf rubberband-1.8.1-gpl-executable-osx-universal.tar.bz2

(Francky) #67

Hello,

After looking at a video tutorial, I seen that this important tool was missing.

When I installed Renoise, I was thinking that it is was already setup in the software like in the other sequencer…

I have a lot of thing to learn about that workstation !

Thank You !


(trueschool) #68

It started crashing instantly on my Mac about 6 months ago. Anyone know why>?


(getit) #69

ok I think I found that the error with windows versions has to be about exe file path

function process_rubberband(cmd)
local exe

if os.platform() == ‘WINDOWS’ then
exe = ‘"’ … 'e:\mypath\rubberband.exe"'
elseif os.platform() == ‘MACINTOSH’ then
exe = ‘"’ … renoise.tool().bundle_path … ‘bin/osx/rubberband"’
else
exe = ‘rubberband’
end

local ofile = os.tmpname(‘wav’)
local ifile = os.tmpname(‘wav’)

when I run rubberband.exe through cmd it runs ok

but through renoise getting error

Which system environment variable needs to set?

How to run it from specific location? e:\mypath\rubberband.exe


(Djeroek) #70

Got this trying to pitchshift a sample in 3.1.1;

‘C:\Users\pluge\AppData\Roaming\Renoise\V3.1.1\Scripts\Tools\com.renoise.Rubberband.xrnx’ failed to execute in one of its menu entry functions.

Please contact the author (Cly/Suva [clysuva@gmail.com]) for assistance…

main.lua:77: attempt to index field ‘selected_sample’ (a nil value)

stack traceback:

main.lua:77: in function ‘process_rubberband’

main.lua:119: in function ‘process_shift’

main.lua:172: in function ‘show_shift_dialog’

main.lua:32: in function main.lua:32

Am I right you can’t hook up a keybind shortcut to this tool? Can’t find any timestretch or pitch entries searching the keybindings window.


(darnellisatwork) #71

Hey guys,

I just loaded 3.1 to my Macbook Pro (MacOS High Sierra).

Rubberband will not work.

Is there a list of programs I need to download with it?

I saw, earlier, that linux users needed a certain number of “dependencies”.

Is that the same for OS X?

I have 3.1 on Windows 10 and Rubberband works swimmingly.

Do I need paulstretch?


(darnellisatwork) #72

My fault … I’m using 3.1.1

should I roll back to 3.0?

Also, I’ve already tried all suggestions in this forum … I could’ve mentioned that earlier


(iseeclouds) #73

I use this tool a lot. Thanks for developing it! Have the same problem. Recently switched from PC to mac and can’t get the tool to work. :frowning:

"There is something wrong with installation or your system. Try reinstalling

the script or see Renoise error logs for more information.

This error may also be triggered when you are trying to make too heavy

stretch which overloads the system, if you can try again with more

reasonable input parameters."


(Zhu) #74

Yeah been wondering about this too since I have a Mac, how you can get rubberband to work on it.


(moumar93) #75

Hi folks,

i fixed this tool to work on Mac. You have to install rubberband utility with homebrew for this version to work.

https://github.com/moumar/renoise-rubberband/blob/master/dist/com.renoise.rubberband_V0_12.xrnx?raw=true


(iseeclouds) #76

Yes, that works. Thank you so much!


(Bradley) #77

For some reason, Rubberband isn’t functioning on linux. The tool is installed properly, but it’s requesting ‘rubberband-cli’. I was trying to use the “timestretch” feature.

I’ve hopped on the terminal, type in sudo apt-install rubberband-cli and received a reply: E: Unable to locate package rubberband-cli

Have anyone had this same issue? What can I do? Please help.

OS: xubuntu 16.10

Renoise 3.0.1

renoise-timestretch-ubuntu16-10.png


(ElektrikBlanket) #78

I also was having a lot of trouble with this on High Sierra - it’s such a valuable tool and I was worried I’d never get it working again. However, here’s what fixed it:

  • Install homebrew

  • Install linsndfile through homebrew

  • Download rubberband fromhttps://www.breakfastquay.com/rubberband/

  • Install the latest version of the Renoise rubberband tool (3.1)

  • Take Thanatos’ suggestion and copy the file “rubberband” from the breakfastquay download and use it to replace the file of the same name that’s located in/Users/sam/Library/Preferences/Renoise/V3.1.1/Scripts/Tools/com.renoise.Rubberband.xrnx/bin

It’s possible that I just needed the first three steps, of course. Thanks Thanatos!


(RANSOM) #79

Just saved my ass. Thank you!