so i am using reaper for my music creation(experimental,hardcore,breakcore)but im thinking on getting into trackers,so i was thinking i could "rewire"reaper with renoise.(havent tried that yet)
i have played alittle with the demo of renoise,but so far the music i make in renoise only sounds like one big looped sample running in repeat,it sounds the same over and over again.so how do i get more variation??
thanx in advance
ohh is there somewhere where i can dl a list of what the diffeent actions effects??(hope you know what im talking about)
Rewire is currently not supported yet, but if you have the registered edition, you can use ReaRoute to route the audio channels and use MidiYoke to synchronize Renoise to Reaper.
Rewire is planned for implementation though, just the matter of “when” is currently not scheduled precisely.
i just have the demo for now,but i think im gonna buy renoise this friday,i have read somewhere that it shouldnt be a problem using external hardware (as in my case a yamaha rm1x,mo-fx,a compressor and some effects)
would you recommend me having a midikeyboard connected to my laptop(1,70ghz 2gb ram) ive got a oxygen 8(the first version)
and i need to get a list of the different effectcommands too.
i have just seen a few of the beginners videos,and i really looking forward to getting to know more about renoise
i think i will mainly use renoise for making the beats,using samples and breaks,and then running them to tracks in reaper,and then use reaper for bigger sample stuff
does that sound like a way to slowly get more into renoise??
When being short about MIDI:
Control from external devices supported (MME or WDM)
MIDI CC supported, through pattern editor commands and using a MIDI CC device for automation.
Mapping MIDI controllers to DSP effects supported
MIDI instruments supported (internal, MME or WDM)
SysEx not supported
Aftertouch not supported
Internal MIDI routing not supported (routing from and to VST plugins amongst eachother)
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Me too. This is a completely different paradigm for me. I’ve been working in DAWs for the last five years. I do have a few specialty apps, mostly for sound design stuff and experimentation.
I LOVE the automation control. The only thing I’m having trouble with at the moment is arranging the patterns, but I’m sure I’ll get that worked out by the end of the weekend. I’ll be interested to hear how things are going for you. You’re probably way ahead of me because it took me nearly two hours to grasp the concept behind this. Once I did, it was pretty straight forward. I’m sure there’s a ton more under the surface, but at least I have enough to get going.
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