“gently brushing a pony’s mane”
I have absolutely no idea what you mean.
You should read the entire thread.
I’m not saying it’s a bad idea if I’m bumping the thread and providing examples, explanations and images. But I am saying that we’re certainly not getting anything in the, honestly,next6 years maybe, if renoise development exists at that point. Anything over4 years is really just worth hoping, not waiting for (hence ‘forget about it’, not literally), hence I wish more people to consider the problem and conceptand possibly decrease that time, as I believe the feature in some formwould be inevitable if enough attention is gathered by the community,but till an unspecified time in the future, possible for ever, use rewire.
Concerning the image, that is renoise with the line numbers in hex, not decimal, and I’ve edited my renoise font to have empty spaces being empty spaces, not dashes or etc.
Instead of a note off, you get, as the original poster said, graphical handles for notes. These notes can be manipulated like in any other piano roll, but omitting the roll itself andthe lanes for a specific note (thought easy to implement with a tool, and already is by a few people). That way the tracker system is not removed and you can use all those, soon to be coming, per-column sample commands etc.
This includes but is not limited to:
adjusting the length and position of notesby simply clicking and dragging them, both one at a time and several at the same time
having the notes coloured by their pitch, both in the pattern and the pattern matrix (the arranger on the left), so that to have an overview of the pitch content of a pattern’s tracks
I’d honestlylike it if all piano roll functions would be implemented,more than one note in a line, classical music grid, stuff like that. In audition, having sample views in as those notes instead, when needed, the ability to also have device parameter automation to be displayed and edited on the side of the track, to simply move everything when needed (not even asking for stretching here), you know the basic stuff in any other daw that even the not at al needy people use and complain about when they try renoise.
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The list of things that I believe are very basic but missing in renoise, is quite substantial, I can compile it for you in a PM, if you wish. I’ve used renoise since 2.7, I know it pretty well