Standalone Native Fx For Use Outside of Renoise?

Hey all,

I was wondering if there is any plan to release some of the Renoise native fx as standalone vst’s for use in other DAWS? For live shows I dismantle songs and bring them into another program, and it would be nice to be able to completely recreate the Renoise track even if it uses native fx. Often it’s no big deal, since delays, eqs, and reverbs are more or less interchangeable, and many of the ones I use are 3rd party vsts anyway.
However, there are some cases where I use the flanger, foldback distortion, phaser, etc, which have their own unique sound which can be impossible to satisfyingly recreate. I occasionally record the synth or sample with the fx and use that, but that method doesn’t always work. And in any case, it would be much quicker to be able to plop the same exact fx chain down instead of trying to translate it.

I’m aware of the Redux plans but I assume that would just be a mini sequencer/sampler and have nothing to do with fx

Hm, as such the standalone FX would not be overly interesting IMHO. In most cases, wouldn’t you want to build a little chain of effects?
Here, the promise of using Redux as an FX plugin is interesting - as it would essentially be the Renoise sampler, including the full instrument FX section, internal parallel processing via send devices, etc.

Ah okay. So I assume you’ll be able to load in a sample into Redux, but will it somehow be capable of loading in a softsynth as well? All I want is to be able to take those instrument fx it’ll contain and use them on softsynths in order to recreate tracks from Renoise projects outside of Renoise. It would be great for me to have a vst that was simply a Renoise fx chain block that you could put on any instrument in any DAW. Although I’m aware there’s maybe not a ton of interest in that specific idea.

Thanks for the reply :yeah:/>

I’m just curious, why would you want to do such a thing?