Found within the sample modulation section of the instrument editor, the AHDSR device crafts an envelope by using its five properties to generate a shape composed of five phases.
The Glen Einich gallery in the Photography section of the site has had a binaural soundtrack created for it.
The Odds n Ends gallery in the Photography section of the site has had a binaural soundtrack created for it.
Strictly sequential playing and recording of notes is desirable for instruments that are designed to be used monophonically. The Mono button allows you to toggle between this behaviour and regular polyphony.
The modulation section of the sampler works on a per-note basis, essentially resetting the envelope’s trajectory for each note that is played. So how would you go about emulating a free-running LFO?
Modulation in a Renoise instrument is applied polyphonically while effects are not, but what exactly does this mean?
With modulation it’s easy to add variety to the samples of an instrument each time they’re triggered. But what if you want to achieve this using effects?
The instrument modulation introduced in Renoise 3 allows you to alter various aspects of the sound as it’s being produced. This happens polyphonically, so you can use the available devices to generate a different result every time a note is played.