Although the way they work and how they sound is quite different from each other, the Ringmod & Comb Filter effects do share one large similarity in how the Note & Transpose parameters allow the user to ‘tune’ them to precise note values.
Instrument MIDI Control
Thursday July 11th 2019
If you don’t have an external MIDI controller or would just like a software alternative to one, then the Instrument MIDI Control device can be used to send MIDI messages directly to the Plugin and MIDI components of a Renoise instrument. As an effect device it also has the advantage of being easy to control and automate.
Tuesday June 25th 2019
Opened by choosing it from the Song menu, the Song Options panel allows users to configure a variety of more advanced options for an individual song, such as compatibility settings or general playback behaviour.
Chorus, Flanger & Phaser
Friday June 7th 2019
The Chorus, Flanger and Phaser effects have a lot of similarities, both in their parameters and in how modulation is used to alter the input audio. With the Reset button they also share one powerful method of controlling the modulation.
Thursday May 30th 2019
Macros allow for powerful handling and automation of an instrument’s Modulation and Effects parameters. In Renoise this is controlled with the Instrument Macros track effect, while Redux uses the options available within its host.
Friday May 3rd 2019
In this fourth audio-visual experiment, the music’s song data was exported from Renoise and used in Unreal Engine 4 to drive various aspects of the visuals. As usual, the Renoise song file is available for download.
Friday March 8th 2019
The Instrument Automation device works specifically with third-party Plugin instruments, but instead of being interpreted through MIDI, the parameter changes are sent directly to the selected Plugin.
Sunday January 20th 2019
This is the final update before I move on to other projects, which will build upon the non-Tetris parts that were created here. Though not as large as the last update, there’s still been a significant amount of additions and improvements and I’ll go over the most important ones.
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.
Tuesday November 13th 2018
DC offset is an unwanted displacement of amplitude from zero which can cause problems such as clicks, distortion and loss of audio volume. Renoise provides a few solutions to deal with this.