What’s the difference? I got the bb4 samplepack and the rni files have wavs in them. Are there benefits to rni files? If so, how do you save your instrument into a rni?
basically, a (x)rni can consist out of multiple samples and can have volume/panning/pitch/filter envelopes.
a wav file cannot
Oh, ok. Well in that case how do you save a xrni file? I don’t see a save button in the sample editor tab.
- select the “instrument” radio button
- choose the folder where to save
- select the instrument you want to save
- write a name into the text edit line then press the “save” button
maybe a “Save current instrument” entry in the “File” menu would help?
That’s really too much adopted from FT2. Although it would require a modular window, it would be a nice move for new users if they could simply rightclick on the instrument and have a “Save as” option. If they wanted to save the pure sample they could rightclick on the samples of an instrument and have a “Save as” option there.
Furthermore I think the panic button should be renamed to “Save Ass”.
I’d like to be able to drag instruments/samples out of Renoise.
Cool cool cool. Thanks all.
like this one perhaps?
on next feature voting, please vote for new XRNI structure instead of sidechaining and baguette MIDI interface, and we will see what we can do