Automation allows us to change the parameters of an effect over time as the song is playing. Renoise offers two methods of doing this. The song created in the previous video is available to download as a base to use for this tutorial.
A brand new set of 9 photos showing fog wreathing Craigellachie and the Strathspey valley have been added to the Photography section of the site.
We’ve already created a basic beat and now it’s time to enhance the various drum sounds by adding effects. The song created in the previous video is available to download as a base to use for this tutorial.
A brand new set of 11 photos have been added to the Photography section of the site, accompanied by a binaural soundtrack.
Continuing from the ‘Getting Started’ video, you are shown how to load samples with the Disk Browser and create a simple beat in the Pattern Editor.
The results of compression are not as musically obvious as something like reverb or distortion. This video explains and shows how it works with easy to understand examples. You can also download this episode’s narration (itself an example of compression in an effect chain) as a Renoise song.
An introduction to the basics of Renoise, demonstrated by example songs. I’ve kept it concise so as not to overload people who’ve never experienced a tracker before.
A short overview of Renoise instruments and how they relate to samples, plugin and MIDI sounds. This is the first in a new series of official tutorial videos, where the idea is to create them in a shorter modular format so that they’re easier to keep updated as new versions of Renoise are released. However, until Redux and Renoise 3.1 are released, the focus of the videos will be on simpler topics that are unlikely to become outdated quickly.
Learn about recording and implementing binaural audio, as well as its potential future. This episode’s download of sounds, music & narration includes 45 new samples.