Referring to the explanation from the linked page, it is a plug-in of the type which sends out the midi signal.
Unfortunately, you cannot use such plug-in in DSP chain of current Renoise 1.9.1 without the help of another ‘free-routing VST’ like energyXT.
I recommend you using this pitch shifter called AWPitch for fine tuning (though this plug cause delay a bit) or serching another VSTi which has microtuning function.
Delight, now I understand exactly what you mean.
I had confused microtuning with simple fine tuning, sorry.
Microtuning means something like the ability of non western standard scaling, doesn’t it?
I’ve got some .scl files from the Scala site or another place on the net.
Then load them to TB’s Microtuner, so I can see how this work.
This mini plug-in seems to convert scaling data into accurate pitchbend signals.
Therefore, it is effective in VSTi which supports accurate pitchbend.
So I can use it with FireBird, Exciton2, Pianoteq22 lite, M1 lite, etc.
But I cannot use it with 4Front Piano, Pianoteq1 lite, Superwave P8, etc.
And TB’s Microtuner works with Wusik VM and energyXTvsti in Renoise.
Though, it seems difficult for my music brain to master the non westen music scale…
Thank you so much for the suggestions and excellent screenshots and explanations.
I have tried both of your suggestions but with both I end up with different results (tones are not on my scale)
Also, it seems that whatever pitch bent midi that goes into Nexus it still has to be within Nexus MAIN tuning and with my scale it has to be a little deeper than what Nexus is capable of.
The only way I can do this seems to be if I find a way to detune the OUTPUT of Nexus.
I have tried to find a auto tune software that can do this but Antares auto tune and another auto tuner I have found appear not to be tunable to custom scales… Even if they were I don’t know if that could work, however, because the output of Nexus would be a mix of tones…
Have you checked out any of the (many) VSTi that support microtuning natively? Check out the list located at the Scala website. And perhaps a script that perform microtuning on Renoise instruments would be of interest? However, it’s still a work in progress, and quite buggy, haven’t had time to update it for ages, but still it will output some interesting results