[Solved] Help: Does this thing exist: renoise.app():load_midi(xxx.xrnm

Is there a way to load a file xrnm (MIDI file) with renoise.app()?Or in any other way?

I know I can use “renoise.app():load_song(filename)” with the midi configuration saved in it.But I just want to load the midi file “xrnm”, without create a new song.

Is complete this list for Renoise 3.1?:


renoise.app():load_song(filename)

renoise.app():load_track_device_chain(filename) -> [boolean]

renoise.app():load_track_device_preset(filename) -> [boolean]

renoise.app():load_instrument(filename) -> [boolean]

renoise.app():load_instrument_multi_sample(filename) -> [boolean]

renoise.app():load_instrument_device_chain(filename) -> [boolean]

renoise.app():load_instrument_device_preset(filename) -> [boolean]

renoise.app():load_instrument_modulation_set(filename) -> [boolean]

renoise.app():load_instrument_phrase(filename) -> [boolean]

renoise.app():load_instrument_sample(filename) -> [boolean]

renoise.app():load_theme(filename)


renoise.app():load_midi(filename), does not exist???Could it be included in a future version?

Thanks!

Please, is there any way to load an .xrnm file with the API? (…without using “renoise.app():load_song(filename)” )

This .xrnm is a .xml format.

EDIT : I ask this because I want to avoid loading an entire song (xrns).I tried to manipulate the formats, but logically, it returns an error in the load.

Never used. Is that what this does? https://github.com/renoise/xrnx/blob/master/Documentation/Renoise.Song.API.lua#L220

Never used. Is that what this does? https://github.com/renoise/xrnx/blob/master/Documentation/Renoise.Song.API.lua#L220

Wow! Perfect!

I thought it should be in renoise.app (): load_blablabla.Even I had tried with renoise.app().load_midi_mapping(“xrnm/midi-input.xrnm”) :blush:, that does not work.

renoise.app():load_song(filename)

renoise.app():load_track_device_chain(filename) -> [boolean]

renoise.app():load_track_device_preset(filename) -> [boolean]

renoise.app():load_instrument(filename) -> [boolean]

renoise.app():load_instrument_multi_sample(filename) -> [boolean]

renoise.app():load_instrument_device_chain(filename) -> [boolean]

renoise.app():load_instrument_device_preset(filename) -> [boolean]

renoise.app():load_instrument_modulation_set(filename) -> [boolean]

renoise.app():load_instrument_phrase(filename) -> [boolean]

renoise.app():load_instrument_sample(filename) -> [boolean]

renoise.app():load_theme(filename)

for MIDI files:

renoise.song():load_midi_mappings(filename) -> [boolean, error_message or nil]


renoise.song():save_midi_mappings(filename) -> [boolean, error_message or nil]

renoise.song():clear_midi_mappings()

renoise.app(): andrenoise.song(): , ok!

Thanks Joule!!!

I am using preferences.xml file to be able to load different profiles when starting my tool (GT16-Colors).With it you can automatically load: pattern templates, sequence templates, selection of various metronomes, and also different midi profiles, being able to combine them or to mix them to the taste of the user.

A detail of interest: a normal xrnm file can occupy 13KB,and compressed in zip occupies 1KB(a xrnm is a xml without compression).It is possible to compress to read it.I just checked and it works.Just change the “zip” extension for “xrnm”. Very happy about this.I had never tried it.These tricks come well to optimize.