stuff we actually need :(


(Neuro... No Neuro) #41

Do you mean as separate devices? I know the sampler has both of those built in. The LFO is also a separate device and it has as the random mode, which is about as close as you’re going to get to a S&H. It is a random-value square wave; as in random +/- values. If you want to also randomize the timing, hook up another LFO to the first LFO, and have the auxiliary LFO modulate the timing with the same random setting. Set values to taste. As far as lag/slew, I don’t know how to make those happen, but there may be a way. You can even make a Doofer out of them to get that as an all-in-one device.

Vowel filters are available in the modulation devices (Chorus/Flanger/Phaser). If you want to use them separately, you can just turn the effect level down on the modulation portion. So, turn off the Chorus/Flanger/Phaser, but use the various filters.


(GarrettWang) #42

Thanks. I hadnt spotted that vowel filter inside chorus and flanger. Nice


(Neuro... No Neuro) #43

Anytime! Just about any effect outside of very specific granular/spectral/FM stuff can be done within Renoise, it’s all kinda hidden away somewhere. Another thing that really made Renoise even better was un-hiding the deprecated effects. There’s some real treats hidden within.

https://www.renoise.com/tools/native-dsp-context-menu

A veritable boat-load of older effects that are sometimes very handy. Different filters, different distortions, reverbs, etc. Just amazing that it wasn’t included outright.


(Mr. Sensi) #44

I’d like the ability to change the pan law like I can in Reaper. An AU fix for Mac is needed, but I’m sure that’s already been fixed for the next update. One thing that has always bothered me, and this just might be me simply not knowing how to do this, but when I have muted tracks and then solo to unsolo another track, everything that was muted before soloing a specific track becomes unmuted once I unsolo the track. I assume this is user error, but I don’t know how to keep muted tracks muted after unsoloing something. If that is just by design, that should be changed.


#45

You have this option on ‘Solo’ in the preferences Misc section? https://tutorials.renoise.com/wiki/Preferences#Misc

  • Solo mode (right click):
  • Mute Others: Solo-ing a track will cause all other tracks to be muted. Unsolo-ing will unmute all other tracks.
  • Solo: Solo-ing and unsolo-ing track will retain the mute states of all other tracks.

(Mr. Sensi) #46

Thanks, man.


(Mr. Sensi) #47

Some sort of plugin instrument container seems needed. Being able to setup keyzones on various plugins and what not for doing things like creating drum kits or just multi vst instruments in general.