Hello, I’m looking to do Live with Renoise. For this, I try to drive several instances of Renoise. I came across this tutorial that I’m sharing with you but unfortunately, I still can’t get this mode to work with a session of Renoise as a Master which controls the other sessions as a slave like the artist Hitori (-> https:// Aphex Twin - Vordhosbn (Hitori Tori drum improvisation) - YouTube). If you have any ideas, I would be very interested. Here is the tutorial I found:
"I am now able to mix several pieces of music composed with renoise. This implies that the machine used is efficient and that the sound card is too!
You must first install a virtual driver: LoopBe1
First step: open a first instance of renoise (We will call it ‘Master’) go to the ‘Midi’ preference menu and adapt the ‘Midi clock Master’
Second step: open two other instances of renoise (We will call them ‘Slave1’ and ‘Slave2’) go to the ‘Midi’ preference menu and adapt the ‘Midi clock Slave’
Third step: In the two slave instances go to the ‘Audio’ preference menu and adapt ‘Device Settings’. Attention has the latency it must be weak (not too much if not crcrcr…in the helmet and the baffles) if necessary to use the buffer harware.
Fourth step: launch the ‘play mode’ reading of the Master instance.
Voila, you can now load music tracks in the Slave1 and Slave2 instances and mix them. We can consider Slave1 and Slave2 as two decks which are synchronized by the Master clock. If you want to adjust the tempo, just go to the Master instance to adapt it (correct the BMP). Of course you can open as many Slave instances as you want… but beware of the surprise processor overload problem.
I will add to the midi mixer a tempo controller which will be sent to the Master and two pots for controlling the total volume of Slave1 and Slave2.