Aha! Actually, I did not forget, I thought about it! But I was running on fumes and didn’t bother to put it in the mockups. Maybe I’ll add them later.
A presets menu such as the ones in native DSPs would be good. And if that didn’t exist, we could still depend on the (hypothetical) XRNX tool to save ‘n’ load tunings. But you’re right, why treat these settings as a second-class citizen of Renoisia?
I am bumping this topic because I would love to see any or all of these ideas implemented. Ideally I’d like instruments to be able to have more flexible tunings, but even just the short term solutions would make me very glad. I’ve been using pitch bends to approximate microtuning and I must say it’s a major pain.
Yep! Finetuning in command would be very useful at composing music containing clean, perfect intervals and would make matching higher partials together possible. It means i.e. clean “stable” non-phasing chords et.c… Definetely my +1 for this.
I’ve been experimenting a lot with 7EDO lately so I would like to add another big +1. There is no decent DAWs for making music outside of 12EDO. Actually I’ve found that renoise even as it is not is the best for it since it is such a powerful sampler in it’s own right but it is quite tiresome to copy paste samples, tune them and then assign them on the keymapper manually. Especially with Renoise’s use of hexadecimal cents units for tuning.
No, not that, but you could allow the tool to automatically map the pitch values to the envelope for specific keys, but that ofcourse sucks if you have parallel sample layers of which only one of both samples should be tuned out of scope.
As far as i consider, the transpose and fintune values are doing just great for these purposes. The pitch envelope or LFO can perhaps only add a minor dynamic swing to it. (specially the pitch envelope)