S01 Column

The title pretty much says it. What is the s01 column for?

It’s a Send Track

it is a send track.

give a look here to understand how to use the Send-Device DSP to route track signal to the send tracks.

It’s a “bus” or send channel. You can send your sound there from multiple tracks and later operate on it with DSP filters.

For example to compress drums together or something else.

The column is for entering pattern commands for the channel. To change the params of DSPs and such.

http://tutorials.renoise.com/wiki/Routing_Devices#.23Send

Anyone can say where this informations are?

http://tutorials.renoise.com/wiki/Routing_Devices#.23Send

You can also use the send tracks for e.g. delay effects or reverbs. So you can route e.g. all your instruments which need reverb or delays to one reverb/delay instance instead of having an own instance for each instrument and here you also can dose the amount (dry/wet ratios) of the reverb for each instrument individually. So all these intruments use just 1 reverb together, what also saves CPU power. Its better anyway to have one main reverb for e.g. your synth or pad sounds instead of lots of different sounding reverbs on each individual instrument. Because too much different spaces can sound weird later in the final mix.

I always have a standard setup of minimum 6 send tracks. 3 for different reverbs. A short room (mostly a plate) reverb for e.g. drums & percussions, a longer bigger reverb (used as main reverb) for synth leads, pads, ect. and a mega big long one for FX stuff. Then a few sends for different delay effects. E.g. 2 different pingpong delays and one or two normal different sounding stereo delays. And finally some sends for dynamics stuff like parallel compression, multiband processings, etc…

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