You can do interesting things with white noise in Renoise; filtering it down for fancy swooshes or digital snares, filtering it up for fancy sparkle, putting reverb and phasers on it for ambience. So why isn’t there a white noise sample in the default sample pack? It would be useful, and save some time from having to get Audacity and a sample of it in your own way. You have all the basic waveforms there after all, white noise is a logical companion.
I know it’s easy to get some white noise externally and put it in, but this just seems like an odd omission.
If you want some interesting noise variations and indeed other great synth sounds dont forget to load in EXE and other non audio files as samples (They come in as raw) trick i been using since the Amiga days to get free synth noises heheh
If the license type was LGPL it would be a nice addition, unfortunately, SmartElectronix have chosen the GPL model which requires Taktik to also release the Renoise source if any of those plugins are embedded.
The mda VST plug-ins are released under the MIT license or under the GPL
“either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version”.
From the licence read me
To be honest that is so vague that it takes the p**s
The MIT allows this to be done but the GPL as you say VV doesn’t
Maybe somebody should contact Paul and find out what the idea is
I know he is happy enough for them to be included closed source with hosts