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.
This third AVX includes a new full drumkit, plus some experimentation with creating instruments and rhythms through the rapid cycling of the Repeater device. As usual, the Renoise song file is available for download.
A Template Song is a special song file used as the initial document when Renoise is launched or when creating a new song.
A brand new set of 15 photos from a recent bothying trip have been added to the Photography section of the site.
The Track Scopes and Spectrum panel allows you to examine audio signals in real-time by providing two different visual representations of your song.
Doofers enable the bundling of complex effect chains within a single device and provide easy access to the most useful parameters through macros. Automating a macro will change the values of all assigned parameters.
By placing markers onto a sample it can be sliced up. Those slices can then be used as if they were individual samples themselves. This process is non-destructive because the original sample is left untouched.