what i mean is for exsample F-5 notes in one channel … selecting all F-5, keeping the rest unselected.
that is possible?
Changing (transpose) the same note across a track (all note columns or a single note column, the same note!) I think it’s possible to build it in a simple tool, especially if it is within a pattern-track. In fact, you’ve given me an idea to implement this in my next tool.And if that is possible, it is very likely that it can be included in a pianoroll tool.The easiest thing would be to create a popup (or slider) with all the notes so that you can select the note to transpose and a trigger button. I do not know what would be the most correct way to implement it in a pianorroll tool.
For example, in this tool:
which shows a module to replace or transpose data, only need to include a popup (or slider) with 121 notes, including note-OFF and “note-Empty”, and create a specific function…No doubt, I will investigate!Also, I think I might add “Selection” in the top popup, but this is starting to get complicated.
Perhaps these comments serve as inspiration for the creator of the pianoroll tool.
Basically, it is possible to edit anything in the way that you want by means of specific functions within a tool. I’ve been experimenting a lot lately with all this.
The only thing I have problems is in visually selecting a particular range of lines between certain sub-columns, and in changing the cursor from one sub column to another, I think it is not possible through the API, yet. But it is not necessary to create the function that changes data already written in the pattern editor (or phrase).
Although it is not fully related, I think there is a small error in the Renoise API when selecting a column range, between the note column and the FX column within a track, in the first selection made.Here something strange happens with the selection, that would have to deepen to explain it better.Anyway, it’s a visual problem, not really necessary to build a function to transform the data of a pattern, track or sub-column, only for a specific selection.
Edit: Oops, I just realized that I can automatically deploy it through my tool’s memo slider, since the slider automatically detects the selected note in pattern editor through the cursor.It would only be necessary to select a note in the pattern editor, modify the digit + -12 and press the transpose button,it would be super simple to do…