[Videos] Tutorials For Learning Renoise


(mevla) #41

These are simply great ! Clear, to the point, excellent. It could be nice if you’d do also a few on creative uses, to inspire. Perhaps against a simple song background. Or maybe using Redux in a DAW, with other tracks as background, showing creative uses of Redux in such a context.

Cheers.


(Achenar) #42

Strictly sequential playing and recording of notes is desirable for instruments that are designed to be used monophonically. The Mono button allows you to toggle between this behaviour and regular polyphony.


(Achenar) #43

Found within the sample modulation section of the instrument editor, the AHDSR device crafts an envelope by using its five properties to generate a shape composed of five phases.


(Achenar) #44

The Repeater captures a chunk of sound from what is currently playing in a track and keeps repeating it. It’s worth taking the time to demonstrate how this device functions, since it can be a bit confusing if you’re not familiar with its specific quirks.


(Achenar) #45

The preset controls of an effect device can be used to automatically adjust its parameters to some preset values, as well as allowing you to compare, save, import and export those presets.


(Achenar) #46

As shown in the Track Types video, a Send device routes a track’s audio to a Send Track. In this video we’ll fully explore the possibilities of this simple concept.


(Achenar) #47

DC offset is an unwanted displacement of amplitude from zero which can cause unwanted clicks, distortion and loss of audio volume. Renoise provides a few solutions to deal with this.


(Achenar) #48

Tools are scripts that can be plugged into Renoise to add new capabilities and features. The Tools are built upon the Renoise Scripting API and Lua. With a few lines of code, you can build the things that you always wanted Renoise to have.


(Raul (ulneiz)) #49

https://youtu.be/E3ZfSlQ8m_4

Tools are scripts that can be plugged into Renoise to add new capabilities and features. The Tools are built upon the Renoise Scripting API and Lua. With a few lines of code, you can build the things that you always wanted Renoise to have.

I loved this video! I just yearn some lines of LUA code from some tool. This way people can get used to the idea that it is not very difficult. For example, a very simple tool, show the code and say, this does this from Renoise.Also say that with “many lines” it is possible to make very complex tools.

Maybe another video to dig a little deeper?

Thank you very much for this content!