Renoise

Categorie Production Audio / Trackeurs
Version 3.1
Format App
Compatibilité RenoiseMacOS X Intel
Licence Logiciel Commercial
Prix $89  /  65€
Note
5 / 5 , 4 votes
Mis à jour le 16 janv. 2016
Téléchargements 9 441
Télécharg. Mac 4 926
Categorie Production Audio / Trackeurs
Version 3.1
Format App
Compatibilité RenoiseWindows
Licence Logiciel Commercial
Prix $89  /  65€
Note
5 / 5 , 4 votes
Mis à jour le 16 janv. 2016
Téléchargements 9 441
Télécharg. PC 4 515

Trackeur musical

Renoise est un trackeur musical d'une nouvelle génération, combinant un son de qualité studio et une expansion virtuellement infinie et ce avec une interface simple et claire qui vous donne un contrôle intuitif des paramètres et des options.

Renoise utilise une technique qui a fait ses preuves et ce depuis l'amiga, mais il n'est pas pour autant dépourvu d'implémentation MIDI, ni du support des plug-ins VST et VSTi, ce qui donne accès à un logiciel simple et accessible tout en un.
Mac OS X 10.4 or newer for 32-bit Mac OS X 10.6 or newer for 32/64-bit
Windows 7, XP SP2 or Vista 32/64-bit for Renoise 32-bit Windows 7, XP SP2 or Vista 64-bit for Renoise 32/64-bit
Renoise Renoise v 3.1 16 janv. 2016 MacOS X Intel
Support for VST and AU MIDI generators: This means that you can use specialized tools such as harmonizers, note matrices or arpeggiators - things that can "drive" other instruments in Renoise now.
Improvements to the sampler and DSP sound engines: Completely new, rewritten filter section as well as optional oversampling and bandlimited sample playback. Various Renoise native DSP devices have be improved too.
More love for Phrases: Phrases (small tracker sequences, which can be triggered via notes from the main sequencer) have become a lot more powerful and streamlined too - when working within the phrase editor, you could describe it as "feeling more like the pattern editor - Renoise's main sequencer". And when working in the pattern editor, you have more options for controlling phrases as well.
Presets everywhere. And now, libraries too: Renoise 3.1 includes a more powerful preset system. You can now store/recall samples and keyzones as presets too, and the whole preset browsing experience has been improved. Presets also easily can be shared and reused with Redux.
Content Packs: If you are a registered user, you can log on to our backstage server to access a downloadable extras for Renoise/Redux. These include instrument libraries, multi-sample presets and sound packs (including a new offering, Density by Mode Audio)
... and much more.
Renoise Renoise Renoise v 3.0.1 18 oct. 2014 MacOS X Intel
Fixing a bunch of minor bugs
Renoise Renoise v 2.8.0 20 mars 2012 MacOS X UB
  • Full 64-bit Support


  • Ever since our Linux users got a 64-bit version with Renoise 2.5, we've had a lot of requests for 64-bit support on all three platforms, and now it's ready. Running the 64-bit version, the memory-hungry among you can now take full advantage of the available resources in your machine, allowing you to break the 4 GB barrier.

    Renoise 2.8 also comes complete with a native plug-in bridge, allowing seamless usage of 32-bit instrument and effect plug-ins inside the 64-bit Renoise process, and vice versa.

    64-bit versions for all platforms: Windows, OSX and Linux
    Plug-in bridge allows 32-bit plug-ins to be used within 64-bit Renoise
    Full Rewire 64-bit support


  • Reworked Pattern Matrix with Slot Aliases


  • Workflow has been the keyword for most of the 2.8 development cycle. Thanks to the revamped Pattern Matrix and sequencer, it's now easier than ever to arrange your songs. By aliasing individual pattern slots, you can lay out complete tracks in no time. The new sections feature allows you to add structure and overview, while the streamlined sequencer helps to keep your project nice and tidy.

    Alias individual pattern slots in the matrix, i.e. treat them like clips
    Edit one slot and have changes propagate to all other aliases
    Quickly clone or alias slots by dragging their edges
    Use section headers to group parts of the song together


  • Track Groups & Collapsing


  • Another big workflow improvement is track grouping, which allows you to group related tracks together, and have each group share common effect chains. It's now also possible to collapse tracks and groups, which can do wonders for the overview of large projects.

    Group tracks into logical units, collapse them for better overview
    Flexible routing of group tracks
    Collapsed tracks use minimal space, while still providing a quick overview
    Pattern effects in groups will affect all member tracks simultaneously
    Automatically collapse all tracks except the one you are focussing on
    Color code tracks with adjustable background colors


  • DSP Effects and Meta Devices


  • And what would a new Renoise release be without a few new DSP effects?

    New DSP Multitap delay for spaced out filtered echo madness

    New DSP Repeater for st-st-st-stuttery goodness

    New DSP Exciter to make your mixes sparkle

    New Meta Mixer allowing blending of modulation signals into one output

    Improved EQs with bigger graphs and all values can be automated
    Improved Send devices, which can now be individually panned
    New and improved crossover filters for the Multi Send device


  • Sample Editor


  • The Sample Editor has also got its fair share of workflow improvements.

    Left & right channels can be edited separately
    Zoom level & current selection are remembered per sample
    Significantly faster sample loading
    Destructively render slices to individual samples
    Improved keyboard and mouse selection handling
    Improved marker and waveform display visibility
    New and improved processing tools (mute selection, insert silence, invert phase, swap stereo channels and cross-fading loop creator)


  • Improved Spectrum View


  • New Phase Correlation Meter in Phase Scope
    Side-by-side comparison of two tracks in the spectrum view
    New drawing modes: Filled Curve, Bar and Spectrogram
    Configurable frequency scaling, precision, peak fall rate, and slope


  • Pattern Effects


  • Pattern effects in the master or group tracks will affect all member tracks
    Up to 34 DSP devices can be addressed via pattern commands 1xyy-Yxyy
    New pattern effects: Tremolo, Auto Pan, Set Envelope Position
    Logical mnemonics for pattern effects from A to Z instead of cryptic numbers


  • Performance Improvements


  • Hyper-threading support for new Intel i5 and i7 CPUs and others
    Various audio engine speed optimizations for all platforms


  • Other Workflow Improvements


  • Graphical BPM/LPB/TPL automation in the Master track
    New Favorites system for plug-ins and native DSP devices
    Expandable and detachable Envelope Editor
    Memorize last used bank/preset paths per plug-in
    Automatically name rendered songs/patterns
    Right-side modifier keys are no longer hard-coded
    Finer control over note distribution when dragging samples into keyzones
    Improved color picker with saveable swatches
    Context menus overhauled and made more consistent


  • Under the Hood


  • Quicktime is no longer needed to import MP3 files on Windows
    Plug-ins are woken up from auto-suspend when clicking on their windows
    Support for mono capture devices on OSX
    New Jack implementation on Linux
    Trimmed overall memory footprint

  • Lua Changes


  • Renoise Update Checker and Tools Auto Updater are now part of the default installation
    Various new Lua API bindings
    donne Renoise v 2.8.0rc2 10 mars 2012 MacOS X UB
  • Full 64-bit Support


  • Ever since our Linux users got a 64-bit version with Renoise 2.5, we've had a lot of requests for 64-bit support on all three platforms, and now it's ready. Running the 64-bit version, the memory-hungry among you can now take full advantage of the available resources in your machine, allowing you to break the 4 GB barrier.

    Renoise 2.8 also comes complete with a native plug-in bridge, allowing seamless usage of 32-bit instrument and effect plug-ins inside the 64-bit Renoise process, and vice versa.

    64-bit versions for all platforms: Windows, OSX and Linux
    Plug-in bridge allows 32-bit plug-ins to be used within 64-bit Renoise
    Full Rewire 64-bit support


  • Reworked Pattern Matrix with Slot Aliases


  • Workflow has been the keyword for most of the 2.8 development cycle. Thanks to the revamped Pattern Matrix and sequencer, it's now easier than ever to arrange your songs. By aliasing individual pattern slots, you can lay out complete tracks in no time. The new sections feature allows you to add structure and overview, while the streamlined sequencer helps to keep your project nice and tidy.

    Alias individual pattern slots in the matrix, i.e. treat them like clips
    Edit one slot and have changes propagate to all other aliases
    Quickly clone or alias slots by dragging their edges
    Use section headers to group parts of the song together


  • Track Groups & Collapsing


  • Another big workflow improvement is track grouping, which allows you to group related tracks together, and have each group share common effect chains. It's now also possible to collapse tracks and groups, which can do wonders for the overview of large projects.

    Group tracks into logical units, collapse them for better overview
    Flexible routing of group tracks
    Collapsed tracks use minimal space, while still providing a quick overview
    Pattern effects in groups will affect all member tracks simultaneously
    Automatically collapse all tracks except the one you are focussing on
    Color code tracks with adjustable background colors


  • DSP Effects and Meta Devices


  • And what would a new Renoise release be without a few new DSP effects?

    New DSP Multitap delay for spaced out filtered echo madness

    New DSP Repeater for st-st-st-stuttery goodness

    New DSP Exciter to make your mixes sparkle

    New Meta Mixer allowing blending of modulation signals into one output

    Improved EQs with bigger graphs and all values can be automated
    Improved Send devices, which can now be individually panned
    New and improved crossover filters for the Multi Send device


  • Sample Editor


  • The Sample Editor has also got its fair share of workflow improvements.

    Left & right channels can be edited separately
    Zoom level & current selection are remembered per sample
    Significantly faster sample loading
    Destructively render slices to individual samples
    Improved keyboard and mouse selection handling
    Improved marker and waveform display visibility
    New and improved processing tools (mute selection, insert silence, invert phase, swap stereo channels and cross-fading loop creator)


  • Improved Spectrum View


  • New Phase Correlation Meter in Phase Scope
    Side-by-side comparison of two tracks in the spectrum view
    New drawing modes: Filled Curve, Bar and Spectrogram
    Configurable frequency scaling, precision, peak fall rate, and slope


  • Pattern Effects


  • Pattern effects in the master or group tracks will affect all member tracks
    Up to 34 DSP devices can be addressed via pattern commands 1xyy-Yxyy
    New pattern effects: Tremolo, Auto Pan, Set Envelope Position
    Logical mnemonics for pattern effects from A to Z instead of cryptic numbers


  • Performance Improvements


  • Hyper-threading support for new Intel i5 and i7 CPUs and others
    Various audio engine speed optimizations for all platforms


  • Other Workflow Improvements


  • Graphical BPM/LPB/TPL automation in the Master track
    New Favorites system for plug-ins and native DSP devices
    Expandable and detachable Envelope Editor
    Memorize last used bank/preset paths per plug-in
    Automatically name rendered songs/patterns
    Right-side modifier keys are no longer hard-coded
    Finer control over note distribution when dragging samples into keyzones
    Improved color picker with saveable swatches
    Context menus overhauled and made more consistent


  • Under the Hood


  • Quicktime is no longer needed to import MP3 files on Windows
    Plug-ins are woken up from auto-suspend when clicking on their windows
    Support for mono capture devices on OSX
    New Jack implementation on Linux
    Trimmed overall memory footprint

  • Lua Changes


  • Renoise Update Checker and Tools Auto Updater are now part of the default installation
    Various new Lua API bindings
    simple Renoise v 2.8.0beta8 15 févr. 2012 MacOS X UB
  • Full 64-bit Support


  • Ever since our Linux users got a 64-bit version with Renoise 2.5, we've had a lot of requests for 64-bit support on all three platforms, and now it's ready. Running the 64-bit version, the memory-hungry among you can now take full advantage of the available resources in your machine, allowing you to break the 4 GB barrier.

    Renoise 2.8 also comes complete with a native plug-in bridge, allowing seamless usage of 32-bit instrument and effect plug-ins inside the 64-bit Renoise process, and vice versa.

    64-bit versions for all platforms: Windows, OSX and Linux
    Plug-in bridge allows 32-bit plug-ins to be used within 64-bit Renoise
    Full Rewire 64-bit support


  • Reworked Pattern Matrix with Slot Aliases


  • Workflow has been the keyword for most of the 2.8 development cycle. Thanks to the revamped Pattern Matrix and sequencer, it's now easier than ever to arrange your songs. By aliasing individual pattern slots, you can lay out complete tracks in no time. The new sections feature allows you to add structure and overview, while the streamlined sequencer helps to keep your project nice and tidy.

    Alias individual pattern slots in the matrix, i.e. treat them like clips
    Edit one slot and have changes propagate to all other aliases
    Quickly clone or alias slots by dragging their edges
    Use section headers to group parts of the song together


  • Track Groups & Collapsing


  • Another big workflow improvement is track grouping, which allows you to group related tracks together, and have each group share common effect chains. It's now also possible to collapse tracks and groups, which can do wonders for the overview of large projects.

    Group tracks into logical units, collapse them for better overview
    Flexible routing of group tracks
    Collapsed tracks use minimal space, while still providing a quick overview
    Pattern effects in groups will affect all member tracks simultaneously
    Automatically collapse all tracks except the one you are focussing on
    Color code tracks with adjustable background colors


  • DSP Effects and Meta Devices


  • And what would a new Renoise release be without a few new DSP effects?

    New DSP Multitap delay for spaced out filtered echo madness

    New DSP Repeater for st-st-st-stuttery goodness

    New DSP Exciter to make your mixes sparkle

    New Meta Mixer allowing blending of modulation signals into one output

    Improved EQs with bigger graphs and all values can be automated
    Improved Send devices, which can now be individually panned
    New and improved crossover filters for the Multi Send device


  • Sample Editor


  • The Sample Editor has also got its fair share of workflow improvements.

    Left & right channels can be edited separately
    Zoom level & current selection are remembered per sample
    Significantly faster sample loading
    Destructively render slices to individual samples
    Improved keyboard and mouse selection handling
    Improved marker and waveform display visibility
    New and improved processing tools (mute selection, insert silence, invert phase, swap stereo channels and cross-fading loop creator)


  • Improved Spectrum View


  • New Phase Correlation Meter in Phase Scope
    Side-by-side comparison of two tracks in the spectrum view
    New drawing modes: Filled Curve, Bar and Spectrogram
    Configurable frequency scaling, precision, peak fall rate, and slope


  • Pattern Effects


  • Pattern effects in the master or group tracks will affect all member tracks
    Up to 34 DSP devices can be addressed via pattern commands 1xyy-Yxyy
    New pattern effects: Tremolo, Auto Pan, Set Envelope Position
    Logical mnemonics for pattern effects from A to Z instead of cryptic numbers


  • Performance Improvements


  • Hyper-threading support for new Intel i5 and i7 CPUs and others
    Various audio engine speed optimizations for all platforms


  • Other Workflow Improvements


  • Graphical BPM/LPB/TPL automation in the Master track
    New Favorites system for plug-ins and native DSP devices
    Expandable and detachable Envelope Editor
    Memorize last used bank/preset paths per plug-in
    Automatically name rendered songs/patterns
    Right-side modifier keys are no longer hard-coded
    Finer control over note distribution when dragging samples into keyzones
    Improved color picker with saveable swatches
    Context menus overhauled and made more consistent


  • Under the Hood


  • Quicktime is no longer needed to import MP3 files on Windows
    Plug-ins are woken up from auto-suspend when clicking on their windows
    Support for mono capture devices on OSX
    New Jack implementation on Linux
    Trimmed overall memory footprint

  • Lua Changes


  • Renoise Update Checker and Tools Auto Updater are now part of the default installation
    Various new Lua API bindings
    trackeur Renoise v 2.8.0beta7 7 févr. 2012 MacOS X UB
  • Full 64-bit Support


  • Ever since our Linux users got a 64-bit version with Renoise 2.5, we've had a lot of requests for 64-bit support on all three platforms, and now it's ready. Running the 64-bit version, the memory-hungry among you can now take full advantage of the available resources in your machine, allowing you to break the 4 GB barrier.

    Renoise 2.8 also comes complete with a native plug-in bridge, allowing seamless usage of 32-bit instrument and effect plug-ins inside the 64-bit Renoise process, and vice versa.

    64-bit versions for all platforms: Windows, OSX and Linux
    Plug-in bridge allows 32-bit plug-ins to be used within 64-bit Renoise
    Full Rewire 64-bit support


  • Reworked Pattern Matrix with Slot Aliases


  • Workflow has been the keyword for most of the 2.8 development cycle. Thanks to the revamped Pattern Matrix and sequencer, it's now easier than ever to arrange your songs. By aliasing individual pattern slots, you can lay out complete tracks in no time. The new sections feature allows you to add structure and overview, while the streamlined sequencer helps to keep your project nice and tidy.

    Alias individual pattern slots in the matrix, i.e. treat them like clips
    Edit one slot and have changes propagate to all other aliases
    Quickly clone or alias slots by dragging their edges
    Use section headers to group parts of the song together


  • Track Groups & Collapsing


  • Another big workflow improvement is track grouping, which allows you to group related tracks together, and have each group share common effect chains. It's now also possible to collapse tracks and groups, which can do wonders for the overview of large projects.

    Group tracks into logical units, collapse them for better overview
    Flexible routing of group tracks
    Collapsed tracks use minimal space, while still providing a quick overview
    Pattern effects in groups will affect all member tracks simultaneously
    Automatically collapse all tracks except the one you are focussing on
    Color code tracks with adjustable background colors


  • DSP Effects and Meta Devices


  • And what would a new Renoise release be without a few new DSP effects?

    New DSP Multitap delay for spaced out filtered echo madness

    New DSP Repeater for st-st-st-stuttery goodness

    New DSP Exciter to make your mixes sparkle

    New Meta Mixer allowing blending of modulation signals into one output

    Improved EQs with bigger graphs and all values can be automated
    Improved Send devices, which can now be individually panned
    New and improved crossover filters for the Multi Send device


  • Sample Editor


  • The Sample Editor has also got its fair share of workflow improvements.

    Left & right channels can be edited separately
    Zoom level & current selection are remembered per sample
    Significantly faster sample loading
    Destructively render slices to individual samples
    Improved keyboard and mouse selection handling
    Improved marker and waveform display visibility
    New and improved processing tools (mute selection, insert silence, invert phase, swap stereo channels and cross-fading loop creator)


  • Improved Spectrum View


  • New Phase Correlation Meter in Phase Scope
    Side-by-side comparison of two tracks in the spectrum view
    New drawing modes: Filled Curve, Bar and Spectrogram
    Configurable frequency scaling, precision, peak fall rate, and slope


  • Pattern Effects


  • Pattern effects in the master or group tracks will affect all member tracks
    Up to 34 DSP devices can be addressed via pattern commands 1xyy-Yxyy
    New pattern effects: Tremolo, Auto Pan, Set Envelope Position
    Logical mnemonics for pattern effects from A to Z instead of cryptic numbers


  • Performance Improvements


  • Hyper-threading support for new Intel i5 and i7 CPUs and others
    Various audio engine speed optimizations for all platforms


  • Other Workflow Improvements


  • Graphical BPM/LPB/TPL automation in the Master track
    New Favorites system for plug-ins and native DSP devices
    Expandable and detachable Envelope Editor
    Memorize last used bank/preset paths per plug-in
    Automatically name rendered songs/patterns
    Right-side modifier keys are no longer hard-coded
    Finer control over note distribution when dragging samples into keyzones
    Improved color picker with saveable swatches
    Context menus overhauled and made more consistent


  • Under the Hood


  • Quicktime is no longer needed to import MP3 files on Windows
    Plug-ins are woken up from auto-suspend when clicking on their windows
    Support for mono capture devices on OSX
    New Jack implementation on Linux
    Trimmed overall memory footprint

  • Lua Changes


  • Renoise Update Checker and Tools Auto Updater are now part of the default installation
    Various new Lua API bindings
    musical Renoise v 2.8.0beta6 17 janv. 2012 MacOS X UB
  • Full 64-bit Support


  • Ever since our Linux users got a 64-bit version with Renoise 2.5, we've had a lot of requests for 64-bit support on all three platforms, and now it's ready. Running the 64-bit version, the memory-hungry among you can now take full advantage of the available resources in your machine, allowing you to break the 4 GB barrier.

    Renoise 2.8 also comes complete with a native plug-in bridge, allowing seamless usage of 32-bit instrument and effect plug-ins inside the 64-bit Renoise process, and vice versa.

    64-bit versions for all platforms: Windows, OSX and Linux
    Plug-in bridge allows 32-bit plug-ins to be used within 64-bit Renoise
    Full Rewire 64-bit support


  • Reworked Pattern Matrix with Slot Aliases


  • Workflow has been the keyword for most of the 2.8 development cycle. Thanks to the revamped Pattern Matrix and sequencer, it's now easier than ever to arrange your songs. By aliasing individual pattern slots, you can lay out complete tracks in no time. The new sections feature allows you to add structure and overview, while the streamlined sequencer helps to keep your project nice and tidy.

    Alias individual pattern slots in the matrix, i.e. treat them like clips
    Edit one slot and have changes propagate to all other aliases
    Quickly clone or alias slots by dragging their edges
    Use section headers to group parts of the song together


  • Track Groups & Collapsing


  • Another big workflow improvement is track grouping, which allows you to group related tracks together, and have each group share common effect chains. It's now also possible to collapse tracks and groups, which can do wonders for the overview of large projects.

    Group tracks into logical units, collapse them for better overview
    Flexible routing of group tracks
    Collapsed tracks use minimal space, while still providing a quick overview
    Pattern effects in groups will affect all member tracks simultaneously
    Automatically collapse all tracks except the one you are focussing on
    Color code tracks with adjustable background colors


  • DSP Effects and Meta Devices


  • And what would a new Renoise release be without a few new DSP effects?

    New DSP Multitap delay for spaced out filtered echo madness

    New DSP Repeater for st-st-st-stuttery goodness

    New DSP Exciter to make your mixes sparkle

    New Meta Mixer allowing blending of modulation signals into one output

    Improved EQs with bigger graphs and all values can be automated
    Improved Send devices, which can now be individually panned
    New and improved crossover filters for the Multi Send device


  • Sample Editor


  • The Sample Editor has also got its fair share of workflow improvements.

    Left & right channels can be edited separately
    Zoom level & current selection are remembered per sample
    Significantly faster sample loading
    Destructively render slices to individual samples
    Improved keyboard and mouse selection handling
    Improved marker and waveform display visibility
    New and improved processing tools (mute selection, insert silence, invert phase, swap stereo channels and cross-fading loop creator)


  • Improved Spectrum View


  • New Phase Correlation Meter in Phase Scope
    Side-by-side comparison of two tracks in the spectrum view
    New drawing modes: Filled Curve, Bar and Spectrogram
    Configurable frequency scaling, precision, peak fall rate, and slope


  • Pattern Effects


  • Pattern effects in the master or group tracks will affect all member tracks
    Up to 34 DSP devices can be addressed via pattern commands 1xyy-Yxyy
    New pattern effects: Tremolo, Auto Pan, Set Envelope Position
    Logical mnemonics for pattern effects from A to Z instead of cryptic numbers


  • Performance Improvements


  • Hyper-threading support for new Intel i5 and i7 CPUs and others
    Various audio engine speed optimizations for all platforms


  • Other Workflow Improvements


  • Graphical BPM/LPB/TPL automation in the Master track
    New Favorites system for plug-ins and native DSP devices
    Expandable and detachable Envelope Editor
    Memorize last used bank/preset paths per plug-in
    Automatically name rendered songs/patterns
    Right-side modifier keys are no longer hard-coded
    Finer control over note distribution when dragging samples into keyzones
    Improved color picker with saveable swatches
    Context menus overhauled and made more consistent


  • Under the Hood


  • Quicktime is no longer needed to import MP3 files on Windows
    Plug-ins are woken up from auto-suspend when clicking on their windows
    Support for mono capture devices on OSX
    New Jack implementation on Linux
    Trimmed overall memory footprint

  • Lua Changes


  • Renoise Update Checker and Tools Auto Updater are now part of the default installation
    Various new Lua API bindings
    telecharger Renoise v 2.8.0beta4 3 janv. 2012 MacOS X UB
  • Full 64-bit Support


  • Ever since our Linux users got a 64-bit version with Renoise 2.5, we've had a lot of requests for 64-bit support on all three platforms, and now it's ready. Running the 64-bit version, the memory-hungry among you can now take full advantage of the available resources in your machine, allowing you to break the 4 GB barrier.

    Renoise 2.8 also comes complete with a native plug-in bridge, allowing seamless usage of 32-bit instrument and effect plug-ins inside the 64-bit Renoise process, and vice versa.

    64-bit versions for all platforms: Windows, OSX and Linux
    Plug-in bridge allows 32-bit plug-ins to be used within 64-bit Renoise
    Full Rewire 64-bit support


  • Reworked Pattern Matrix with Slot Aliases


  • Workflow has been the keyword for most of the 2.8 development cycle. Thanks to the revamped Pattern Matrix and sequencer, it's now easier than ever to arrange your songs. By aliasing individual pattern slots, you can lay out complete tracks in no time. The new sections feature allows you to add structure and overview, while the streamlined sequencer helps to keep your project nice and tidy.

    Alias individual pattern slots in the matrix, i.e. treat them like clips
    Edit one slot and have changes propagate to all other aliases
    Quickly clone or alias slots by dragging their edges
    Use section headers to group parts of the song together


  • Track Groups & Collapsing


  • Another big workflow improvement is track grouping, which allows you to group related tracks together, and have each group share common effect chains. It's now also possible to collapse tracks and groups, which can do wonders for the overview of large projects.

    Group tracks into logical units, collapse them for better overview
    Flexible routing of group tracks
    Collapsed tracks use minimal space, while still providing a quick overview
    Pattern effects in groups will affect all member tracks simultaneously
    Automatically collapse all tracks except the one you are focussing on
    Color code tracks with adjustable background colors


  • DSP Effects and Meta Devices


  • And what would a new Renoise release be without a few new DSP effects?

    New DSP Multitap delay for spaced out filtered echo madness

    New DSP Repeater for st-st-st-stuttery goodness

    New DSP Exciter to make your mixes sparkle

    New Meta Mixer allowing blending of modulation signals into one output

    Improved EQs with bigger graphs and all values can be automated
    Improved Send devices, which can now be individually panned
    New and improved crossover filters for the Multi Send device


  • Sample Editor


  • The Sample Editor has also got its fair share of workflow improvements.

    Left & right channels can be edited separately
    Zoom level & current selection are remembered per sample
    Significantly faster sample loading
    Destructively render slices to individual samples
    Improved keyboard and mouse selection handling
    Improved marker and waveform display visibility
    New and improved processing tools (mute selection, insert silence, invert phase, swap stereo channels and cross-fading loop creator)


  • Improved Spectrum View


  • New Phase Correlation Meter in Phase Scope
    Side-by-side comparison of two tracks in the spectrum view
    New drawing modes: Filled Curve, Bar and Spectrogram
    Configurable frequency scaling, precision, peak fall rate, and slope


  • Pattern Effects


  • Pattern effects in the master or group tracks will affect all member tracks
    Up to 34 DSP devices can be addressed via pattern commands 1xyy-Yxyy
    New pattern effects: Tremolo, Auto Pan, Set Envelope Position
    Logical mnemonics for pattern effects from A to Z instead of cryptic numbers


  • Performance Improvements


  • Hyper-threading support for new Intel i5 and i7 CPUs and others
    Various audio engine speed optimizations for all platforms


  • Other Workflow Improvements


  • Graphical BPM/LPB/TPL automation in the Master track
    New Favorites system for plug-ins and native DSP devices
    Expandable and detachable Envelope Editor
    Memorize last used bank/preset paths per plug-in
    Automatically name rendered songs/patterns
    Right-side modifier keys are no longer hard-coded
    Finer control over note distribution when dragging samples into keyzones
    Improved color picker with saveable swatches
    Context menus overhauled and made more consistent


  • Under the Hood


  • Quicktime is no longer needed to import MP3 files on Windows
    Plug-ins are woken up from auto-suspend when clicking on their windows
    Support for mono capture devices on OSX
    New Jack implementation on Linux
    Trimmed overall memory footprint

  • Lua Changes


  • Renoise Update Checker and Tools Auto Updater are now part of the default installation
    Various new Lua API bindings
    mac Renoise v 2.8.0beta3 21 déc. 2011 MacOS X UB
  • Full 64-bit Support


  • Ever since our Linux users got a 64-bit version with Renoise 2.5, we've had a lot of requests for 64-bit support on all three platforms, and now it's ready. Running the 64-bit version, the memory-hungry among you can now take full advantage of the available resources in your machine, allowing you to break the 4 GB barrier.

    Renoise 2.8 also comes complete with a native plug-in bridge, allowing seamless usage of 32-bit instrument and effect plug-ins inside the 64-bit Renoise process, and vice versa.

    64-bit versions for all platforms: Windows, OSX and Linux
    Plug-in bridge allows 32-bit plug-ins to be used within 64-bit Renoise
    Full Rewire 64-bit support


  • Reworked Pattern Matrix with Slot Aliases


  • Workflow has been the keyword for most of the 2.8 development cycle. Thanks to the revamped Pattern Matrix and sequencer, it's now easier than ever to arrange your songs. By aliasing individual pattern slots, you can lay out complete tracks in no time. The new sections feature allows you to add structure and overview, while the streamlined sequencer helps to keep your project nice and tidy.

    Alias individual pattern slots in the matrix, i.e. treat them like clips
    Edit one slot and have changes propagate to all other aliases
    Quickly clone or alias slots by dragging their edges
    Use section headers to group parts of the song together


  • Track Groups & Collapsing


  • Another big workflow improvement is track grouping, which allows you to group related tracks together, and have each group share common effect chains. It's now also possible to collapse tracks and groups, which can do wonders for the overview of large projects.

    Group tracks into logical units, collapse them for better overview
    Flexible routing of group tracks
    Collapsed tracks use minimal space, while still providing a quick overview
    Pattern effects in groups will affect all member tracks simultaneously
    Automatically collapse all tracks except the one you are focussing on
    Color code tracks with adjustable background colors


  • DSP Effects and Meta Devices


  • And what would a new Renoise release be without a few new DSP effects?

    New DSP Multitap delay for spaced out filtered echo madness

    New DSP Repeater for st-st-st-stuttery goodness

    New DSP Exciter to make your mixes sparkle

    New Meta Mixer allowing blending of modulation signals into one output

    Improved EQs with bigger graphs and all values can be automated
    Improved Send devices, which can now be individually panned
    New and improved crossover filters for the Multi Send device


  • Sample Editor


  • The Sample Editor has also got its fair share of workflow improvements.

    Left & right channels can be edited separately
    Zoom level & current selection are remembered per sample
    Significantly faster sample loading
    Destructively render slices to individual samples
    Improved keyboard and mouse selection handling
    Improved marker and waveform display visibility
    New and improved processing tools (mute selection, insert silence, invert phase, swap stereo channels and cross-fading loop creator)


  • Improved Spectrum View


  • New Phase Correlation Meter in Phase Scope
    Side-by-side comparison of two tracks in the spectrum view
    New drawing modes: Filled Curve, Bar and Spectrogram
    Configurable frequency scaling, precision, peak fall rate, and slope


  • Pattern Effects


  • Pattern effects in the master or group tracks will affect all member tracks
    Up to 34 DSP devices can be addressed via pattern commands 1xyy-Yxyy
    New pattern effects: Tremolo, Auto Pan, Set Envelope Position
    Logical mnemonics for pattern effects from A to Z instead of cryptic numbers


  • Performance Improvements


  • Hyper-threading support for new Intel i5 and i7 CPUs and others
    Various audio engine speed optimizations for all platforms


  • Other Workflow Improvements


  • Graphical BPM/LPB/TPL automation in the Master track
    New Favorites system for plug-ins and native DSP devices
    Expandable and detachable Envelope Editor
    Memorize last used bank/preset paths per plug-in
    Automatically name rendered songs/patterns
    Right-side modifier keys are no longer hard-coded
    Finer control over note distribution when dragging samples into keyzones
    Improved color picker with saveable swatches
    Context menus overhauled and made more consistent


  • Under the Hood


  • Quicktime is no longer needed to import MP3 files on Windows
    Plug-ins are woken up from auto-suspend when clicking on their windows
    Support for mono capture devices on OSX
    New Jack implementation on Linux
    Trimmed overall memory footprint

  • Lua Changes


  • Renoise Update Checker and Tools Auto Updater are now part of the default installation
    Various new Lua API bindings
    windows Renoise v 2.7.2 3 juil. 2011 MacOS X UB
    Fixes:
  • OSX: Tooltips could crash down Renoise on OSX Lion

  • OSX: Key repeating sometimes did stop after Alt-Tab from/to Renoise with the Scripting Editor open

  • Multisample XI import was not working correctly in 2.7.1 and 2.7.0 (only the first keyzone was created, the other ones got skipped)

  • Cross connecting, modulating multiple hydra parameters with each others could freeze Renoise

  • It was possible to paste envelopes via keyboard shortcuts into an empty automation with no parameter selected

  • Fixed script installation quirks when the XRNX archive was created on OSX or Linux and had sub folders

  • Windows: When closing the scripting terminal twice on windows 7, Renoise could have crashed

  • Scripting API: Display corruption when a tool calls renoise.app().window:select_preset() too early.

  • Scripting API: Remove Hacky Spaces in (Lua) DSP Device Paths: like: track:insert_device_at("Audio/Effects/ Native/Gainer", 2) is now track:insert_device_at("Audio/Effects/Native/Gainer", 2)
  • plus...
    macintosh Renoise v 2.7.1 3 juin 2011 MacOS X UB
    Fixes:
  • Mac OSX: Lua Error Dialogs May Crash Renoise

  • Lua samples[]:copy_from troubles when applied on sliced samples

  • Keyzone Editor, "Vel->Vol" Problem With Multiple Samples

  • Problem Loading .Rni Instruments From 2003

  • Hydra Destination Fx Name Incorrect When Renaming Device


  • Changes:
  • Undo/Redo Record Last Take Finetuning

  • Edit Step is Saved Again (As Preferences)
  • pc Renoise v 2.7.0 12 mai 2011 MacOS X UB
    + Instrument Redesign and Sample Keyzones

    Renoise's internal instruments have been re-engineered. The focal point is a new keyzone editor that supports overlapping, velocity, and key release mappings. The Sample Keyzones editor brings with it user interface refinements, improved drumkit generation, better tuning options, new sample properties, and loop modes. Live instrumentalists can also tap into new realtime rendering modes and MIDI input routing, making Renoise on a laptop a formidable replacement for your old sampler.

    - Sample Keyzones GUI editor per instrument
    - Map different samples to different velocity ranges
    - Map samples to key release as well as key press
    - Stack samples and create overlapping sections
    - Toggle envelope on/off per keyzone
    - New Release sample loop option for exiting the loop on key release
    - New option for setting Transpose and Finetune from current BeatSync setting
    - MIDI Input can now be routed to individual instruments and tracks
    - Extended drumkit and keyboard layout generation options
    - Sample envelopes now have Points mode in addition to Linear and Curve
    - Autofade setting per sample for quickly fading beginning and end of samples
    - Select multiple samples and batch edit properties
    - Overhauled instrument properties GUI, now in lower tab


    + Sample Slice Markers

    New Slice Markers push Renoise's breakbeat insanity one step further. With the click of a button, your break is sliced and keymapped. Amens away!
    More than just a beatslicer, creatives will soon discover custom offsets and the power of aliases for controlling longer recordings like vocals and soundscapes.

  • Automatically detect transients in sample and place markers on them

  • Manually place and edit slice positions in sample editor

  • Trigger slices from keyboard as if they were regular samples

  • Trigger slices from pattern 09 commands

  • Trigger either only slice or remainder of sample from that point

  • Edit sample properties like loop, volume etc per slice



  • + Automation Improvements

    The revamped Automation Editor now provides a zoomable overview of the entire song, as well as vastly improved envelope resolution. Mouse handling has also been simplified, with fewer modifiers and more easily accessible draw mode, selections and context menu.

  • Automation precision increased to 256 steps per pattern line

  • Zoom level can be locked to multiples or fractions of whole envelopes

  • Values can be snapped to grid, lines or beats

  • Turn off Follow mode to detach edit position from playback position

  • Left-click and drag to select, drag a selected point to move/scale



  • + Track DSPs

    Internal FX get an injection of winning with a new Comb Filter and a Multiband Send that lets you surgically redirect a single sound source to 3 send tracks.
    New draggable gain and frequency handles in the native EQs add flavour and finesse to the tools.

  • New Multiband Send device letting you send different frequency bands to different destinations

  • New Comb Filter device

  • Draggable handles for Frequency, Gain and Q for the EQ devices

  • Devices can now be renamed

  • Load and Save DSP chains from the device chain and device context menu

  • DSSI plugins now handle MIDI note events coming from the GUI

  • DSSI plugin windows always stay on top of Renoise window



  • + Recording & MIDI

  • MIDI Input can now be routed to individual instruments and tracks

  • Pre-count metronome option for recording

  • Live recording MIDI notes/events will no longer create lots of Undo/Redo steps

  • More simultaneous Master/MIDI In devices supported

  • Store pattern quantize settings globally and not per song



  • + Audio Rendering

  • Real-time rendering mode: render MIDI instruments and line-in devices, or hybrid VSTs

  • Mono/Stereo/Auto option added for the plugin grabber

  • Render Selection To Sample no longer renders DSPs on master channel



  • + Other Tweaks and Fixes

  • Remember previous track mute states when soloing/unsoloing

  • New phase meter in Master Spectrum view

  • Track and master scopes synced to zero crossings for better readability

  • Audio headroom per track is now configurable (was -6dB)

  • Pattern Matrix no longer steals Pattern Editor focus when clicked

  • Navigating folders with many XRNX/XRNI files in Disk Browser considerably sped up

  • Trigger Autoseek samples also when triggering individual lines (with Return key)

  • Double click on scrollbars to zoom out fully in zoomable views

  • Updated Lua API bindings
  • Renoise v 2.7beta 14 mars 2011 MacOS X UB
    * Sample Keyzone Editor
    * Sample Slicing
    * Improved Automation
    * Redesigned Instruments
    * MIDI Input Routing
    * Real-time Line-In Rendering
    * Multiband Send Device
    Renoise v 2.6.1 20 déc. 2010 MacOS X UB
    * autoseek with multiple note columns didn't always work (see this thread).
    * Renoise saved some 24bit FLAC files wrong on Linux x64_64 - applies to 64 bit versions !only! (see this thread).
    * demo versions nag screen nagged demo version users way to early. Sorry for this one.
    * OSX demo versions did not include the scripting API documentation and MIDI/OSC scripts
    * a few other Lua API related fixes (see this thread in the scripting forum for details please)
    Renoise v 2.6 5 nov. 2010 MacOS X UB
    + Customize Renoise with Lua Scripting

    Scripting opens the doors for developers to extend Renoise. With a few lines of code, you can now add new features or tools that you always wanted Renoise to have, but never dared to ask for.
    Lua is a light-weight programming language, which together with the Renoise API allows you to build extensions quickly and easily.
    For those of you who are not developers, you can still benefit from tools and extensions created by others, available at http://tools.renoise.com.


    + Better MIDI Controller Handling through Scripting

    The new scripting feature brings a huge improvement in the configuration of hardware controllers. Anyone can now create mapping templates for any imaginable controller, and publish them at http://tools.renoise.com.


    + Sample Autoseek

    Samples have a new setting, "Autoseek", which will, when enabled, make them behave like a traditional audio channel. You can start playing back the song at any position, and the sample will automatically seek to the current position in the song without having to be triggered via a Note On command.
    This works regardless of how far in the past the sample was triggered. Highly recommended for vocals, background ambiences and other recorded audio.


    + Open Sound Control (OSC) Server Support

    In addition to enhanced MIDI mappings, Renoise can now also be controlled remotely via the OSC protocol. This allows you, even across a network, to send Renoise commands such as "/renoise/transport/start". It is also possible to send any piece of Lua code as an OSC command for infinite control customization possibilities.

    + DSSI Support on Linux

    DSSI is a virtual instrument plugin standard for Linux. A bit like an open-source version of VST. Renoise can now host also DSSI plugins.

    + 64-bit Linux Version

    + Better support for hardware-based plugins like the Access Virus, DSP cards etc.

    + Linux & Mac OSX Performance Tweaks

    Around 5% speed improvement for 32-bit architectures, 10% or more for 64-bit on Linux.
    Renoise v 2.6beta 31 juil. 2010 MacOS X UB
    Main new features in Renoise 2.6 are:
    * Scripting: create powerful new Renoise features with Lua scripting
    * Truly customizable bidirectional MIDI controller + OSC support with Duplex, thanks to scripting
    * Sample Autoseeking, which will make large samples behave behave more like a traditional audio channel
    * 64bit port for Linux
    * DSSI support for Linux
    * ... and more
    Renoise v 2.5 5 mars 2010 MacOS X UB
    Renoise v 2.5beta 17 déc. 2009 MacOS X UB
    Renoise v 2.1 16 mai 2009 MacOS X UB
    New Features

  • ReWire & Jack Transport Support :

  • + (OSX/Win) Rewire Master (ReWire-in routing device) and ReWire Slave mode.
    + (Linux) Added Jack Transport

  • Live features in the Pattern Sequencer :

  • + Pattern Sequencer can be decoupled from viewed pattern (disable Pattern Follow).
    + Pattern Sequencer allows queuing patterns, deferred triggering.
    + Pattern Sequencer shows current playing pattern row in the player queue column. Green when follow mode is off, white when follow mode is on.

  • New Devices :

  • + Hydra device : Control up to nine parameters of other effects using only one input slider.
    + Keytracking device : Similar to the Velocity device but then ranges for key-note values affect the target parameter.
    + MIDI CC device got transformed to a MIDI Control device : Pitchbend, Channel Pressure and Program changing are now added parameters (and are now automatable through automation curves).


    Fixes

  • Virus TI : Fixed a bug with the VST timing when the static buffers option is enabled & we've added some VST features which are normally not used. "Access" would fix some timing issues on their side to make our fix work so you also need to download their newest Firmware containing their solution to have a full fix.

  • OSX: Supercollider AU Wrappers show no parameters / crackle.

  • Pingpong Looped Sample + 05xx Resets Loop Direction

  • Ext. Midi Notes sometimes stuck (from MIDI Master Keyboard)

  • OSX: Audio Damage Plugins GUI Crash

  • Midi In From Mme+Wdm should not be used together by default

  • Middle Click On Envelope Automation Sets A Point

  • Linux: Wrong VST Instruments Properties label LADSPA instruments should not be mentioned

  • Renoise "Hickups" On Songplay After Idling



  • Changes

  • Loop info is now included when saving WAV and FLAC files

  • Clicking stop twice no longer rewinds the pattern-arranger to the first song-position.
  • Renoise v 2.0rc3 10 janv. 2009 MacOS X UB
    Renoise 2.0 features Precision, Timing and Plugin improvements

    Biggies:

    + Full, automatic, sample precise Plugin Delay Compensation (PDC) for
    Track FX (native and Plugin) and Instruments (aka everything).
    You simply don't have to care if a VST Plugin or instrument introduces
    unwanted latency. Renoise will compensate it for you under the hood.

    + Custom track delays to easily offset MIDI/Audio tracks. For example,
    laying back a snare can now be done in realtime in the mixer. Same
    goes for "MIDI tracks" (tracks with MIDI notes).

    + Mac OSX: Added support for Audio Unit (AU) Plugins (finally)

    + "Ticks" no longer limited by the engine's note resolution / "Speed" is dead:

    - "Speed" (this tracker compatibility thing which no one understood, but
    somehow made the pattern scroll faster) is finally gone. Better said, it got
    replaced by more powerful and easier to use LPB settings (Lines Per Beat -
    how many lines in the pattern make up a musical beat).

    - You can now offset notes and note commands with a gradient of 1/256 line
    precision (thats a PPQ of 4096 at LPB=16!) via a new "delay column" in the
    pattern editor. This might be the first time you record something in a tracker
    and it actually sounds exactly as groovy (or bad) as you played it!

    - revised Sample FX commands: Pitch/Volume slides, glides now work
    independently of the sampler's "tick" rate. For example, 0110 will
    pitch notes a half-note up, 0101 a sixteenth half-note, etc. Volume/panning
    slides on volume/panning column now work as if their value was the first digit
    of the corresponding command column command (f.e.: 0720 = A2) See the tutorials
    pages for more info about these and other effects.

    - ready for the future: NoteDelays and LPB are the most important and necessary
    steps for upcoming big features like Zoomable Patterns, Piano Roll, more accuracy
    (timing wise) with FX automations, and so on.

    IMPORTANT: Not all of the changes are backwards compatible, thus only new songs
    can make use of all the new features. Old songs can be manually upgraded
    in the "Song settings" pane, but will probably need manual adjustments...

    + Vastly improved MIDI recording precision by compensating event latencies
    (and of course also thanks to the new note delays / LPB settings)

    + Added support (recording and playback) for channel and polyphonic
    aftertouch for MIDI and VSTi instruments.

    Polyphonic aftertouch is sent when specifying a volume value (velocity) after
    a note on (but before a note off is present). Channel aftertocuh can be send via:
    "--- 01 .. C3 00 20" (This will send a aftertocuh value of 20h to the instr. 01)

    + Added note quantize options for realtime recording and Note nudge options in
    the Advanced Edit pane. There are also new shortcuts for realtime note
    quantization to quickly quantize after recording.

    + Improved audio latency when recording: The Line-In device now lets you
    specify the source of the recorded audio and will apply/fix latencies,
    as needed.

    + Multi output VSTis (AUs) are now fully supported. Samplers or Synths
    with multiple channels can now be routed to individual tracks.

    + Sending notes to VST (AU) FX is now supported. Simply create a FX alias
    in the VST Instruments pane to do so (link an instrument to an existing
    FX).

    + Added the ability to enter fractional BPM (like 127.56) is the BPM
    box. Fractional values can only be entered by double clicking the BPM
    value.

    + Improved audio performance (lower latencies are possible) especially for OSX &
    Linux, when running Renoise on multi-CPU machines.

    Note: On Linux, you have to configure your system to allow Renoise to
    create realtime threads. Usually this is done via PAM. Please see the
    Linux FAQ for more details on how to configure your system to make use
    of the improvements & fixes.


    And more:

    + Interface / OS integration:
    - Drag & Drop of external files (into the Renoise Window)
    - Better support for Japanese and other input modes
    - Renoise GUI widget cosmetics
    - Tooltips now show if a shortcut is "local"
    - Hitting escape while drag & dropping cancels dragging

    + Linux ALSA:
    - the ALSA configuration now allows changing the Periods per Buffer

    + Mixer
    - New helpful short names for LFO, Automate, Send and Velocity Devices
    (showing what they control, etc...)

    + Automation:
    - Added a "Show only used Automation" option to the automation list

    + Pattern Editor
    - easier and more accurate mouse click/selection/navigation:
    - single clicks jump to the pointed position (optional)
    - middle click mutes / unmutes the track

    - added key bindings for "delete previous line [in columns/track/pattern]"
    which behaves like a "backspace" in a text editor

    - Rendering selections will no longer reduce the rendered volume. If you've
    set the master volume to 0 dB you can still lower the master volume
    manually to avoid clipping...

    - Added separator bars for note columns

    - More contrast between empty and non-empty data

    - Removed the "Show Framework" option

    + Pattern Sequencer
    - Added a "Add new unique Pattern" function
    Default shortcut is "Control + Alt + Insert" from the pattern editor

    + Sample Editor:
    - OS Sample-Clipboard support (Windows only): Exchange (Copy/paste) samples
    with your favorite sample editor

    - Added mono mix modes to the "Adjust Sample" dialog
    - Added "Copy into New Sample/Instrument" actions
    - Added a "Mix-Paste" (modulate/add) action
    - Better (unique) names for newly created or rendered samples
    - Added a "markers" Snapping option which currently only snaps to the loop
    - Added an option to auto-select the currently played back "sample split"

    + VST/Plugin related:
    - Better performance and compatibility with VST instruments (less audio
    latency related crackles on Songs which use lots of VSTis)

    - Pimped Plugin Browsers:

    -- The browsers for Plugin FX and Instruments can be made bigger by
    clicking on the "more" button.

    -- Plugins can be hidden, moved, and renamed (right click on the entries)

    -- Plugins are now by default (this can be changed, right click) organized by
    manufacturer

    - Added an option to skip searching for new Plugins on startup (to speed up
    startup on computers with huge Plugin collections)

    - Added an Info button ("?") for VST Instruments as well (works just
    like the old ones for FX)

    - Plugin compatibility options (such as multiprocessor behavior) can
    be changed by clicking on the info ("?") buttons

    - Added a preset rename button for Plugin instruments

    - Window positions of external interfaces are now memorized/restored with the song
    (external editors will open on the last used position on screen)

    + Internal FX:
    - added a new native FX "Filter 3", which replaces the old "Filter 2" device.
    The new filter has four models. All come with LowPass, HighShelf, BandPass,
    BandReject, LowShelf and HighPass) modes:
    -- a standard, precise and fast 24dB Biquad filter
    -- an experimental, fast and "fruity" 24dB Moog filter emulation
    -- a 4 stage Butterworth filter, for precise and ultra sharp cutoffs
    -- a 8 stage Butterworth filter, for ultra precise and ultra sharp cutoffs

    - added new native FX: "RingMod" as replacement for Filter2's RingMod mode

    - added new native FX: "Scream Filter" which simulates the old Filter2 Dist Comp
    modes, but with more options than before

    - the "*LFO Device"s "Reset" parameter can now be automated by other
    "*LFO Device"s or "*Velocity Device"s. This way you can automate/trigger
    the LFOs phase.

    - Added a one-shot option to the LFO device when running a custom
    envelope: This will avoid that the envelope cycles. LFO reset pattern
    commands will retrigger the envelope then.

    - the Stereo Expander now has a "Mono Mix" switch

    + Misc:
    - Added "Show Log file" and "Show Preferences folder" in the help menu
    so that you can easily find Log/Preferences files on your computer

    - Replaced the old "recent files" menu with "recently loaded" and
    "recently saved" file menu

    - Autobackups now also save for "Untitled" (newly started) songs.
    The backups are saved in the Preferences folder.

    - The clock is back ;) (in fullscreen mode)


    + And more. Lots of small stuff/details which hopefully make composing even more fun...
    Renoise v 2.0rc2 29 déc. 2008 MacOS X UB
    Renoise 2.0 features Precision, Timing and Plugin improvements

    Biggies:

    + Full, automatic, sample precise Plugin Delay Compensation (PDC) for
    Track FX (native and Plugin) and Instruments (aka everything).
    You simply don't have to care if a VST Plugin or instrument introduces
    unwanted latency. Renoise will compensate it for you under the hood.

    + Custom track delays to easily offset MIDI/Audio tracks. For example,
    laying back a snare can now be done in realtime in the mixer. Same
    goes for "MIDI tracks" (tracks with MIDI notes).

    + Mac OSX: Added support for Audio Unit (AU) Plugins (finally)

    + "Ticks" no longer limited by the engine's note resolution / "Speed" is dead:

    - "Speed" (this tracker compatibility thing which no one understood, but
    somehow made the pattern scroll faster) is finally gone. Better said, it got
    replaced by more powerful and easier to use LPB settings (Lines Per Beat -
    how many lines in the pattern make up a musical beat).

    - You can now offset notes and note commands with a gradient of 1/256 line
    precision (thats a PPQ of 4096 at LPB=16!) via a new "delay column" in the
    pattern editor. This might be the first time you record something in a tracker
    and it actually sounds exactly as groovy (or bad) as you played it!

    - revised Sample FX commands: Pitch/Volume slides, glides now work
    independently of the sampler's "tick" rate. For example, 0110 will
    pitch notes a half-note up, 0101 a sixteenth half-note, etc. Volume/panning
    slides on volume/panning column now work as if their value was the first digit
    of the corresponding command column command (f.e.: 0720 = A2) See the tutorials
    pages for more info about these and other effects.

    - ready for the future: NoteDelays and LPB are the most important and necessary
    steps for upcoming big features like Zoomable Patterns, Piano Roll, more accuracy
    (timing wise) with FX automations, and so on.

    IMPORTANT: Not all of the changes are backwards compatible, thus only new songs
    can make use of all the new features. Old songs can be manually upgraded
    in the "Song settings" pane, but will probably need manual adjustments...

    + Vastly improved MIDI recording precision by compensating event latencies
    (and of course also thanks to the new note delays / LPB settings)

    + Added support (recording and playback) for channel and polyphonic
    aftertouch for MIDI and VSTi instruments.

    Polyphonic aftertouch is sent when specifying a volume value (velocity) after
    a note on (but before a note off is present). Channel aftertocuh can be send via:
    "--- 01 .. C3 00 20" (This will send a aftertocuh value of 20h to the instr. 01)

    + Added note quantize options for realtime recording and Note nudge options in
    the Advanced Edit pane. There are also new shortcuts for realtime note
    quantization to quickly quantize after recording.

    + Improved audio latency when recording: The Line-In device now lets you
    specify the source of the recorded audio and will apply/fix latencies,
    as needed.

    + Multi output VSTis (AUs) are now fully supported. Samplers or Synths
    with multiple channels can now be routed to individual tracks.

    + Sending notes to VST (AU) FX is now supported. Simply create a FX alias
    in the VST Instruments pane to do so (link an instrument to an existing
    FX).

    + Added the ability to enter fractional BPM (like 127.56) is the BPM
    box. Fractional values can only be entered by double clicking the BPM
    value.

    + Improved audio performance (lower latencies are possible) especially for OSX &
    Linux, when running Renoise on multi-CPU machines.

    Note: On Linux, you have to configure your system to allow Renoise to
    create realtime threads. Usually this is done via PAM. Please see the
    Linux FAQ for more details on how to configure your system to make use
    of the improvements & fixes.


    And more:

    + Interface / OS integration:
    - Drag & Drop of external files (into the Renoise Window)
    - Better support for Japanese and other input modes
    - Renoise GUI widget cosmetics
    - Tooltips now show if a shortcut is "local"
    - Hitting escape while drag & dropping cancels dragging

    + Linux ALSA:
    - the ALSA configuration now allows changing the Periods per Buffer

    + Mixer
    - New helpful short names for LFO, Automate, Send and Velocity Devices
    (showing what they control, etc...)

    + Automation:
    - Added a "Show only used Automation" option to the automation list

    + Pattern Editor
    - easier and more accurate mouse click/selection/navigation:
    - single clicks jump to the pointed position (optional)
    - middle click mutes / unmutes the track

    - added key bindings for "delete previous line [in columns/track/pattern]"
    which behaves like a "backspace" in a text editor

    - Rendering selections will no longer reduce the rendered volume. If you've
    set the master volume to 0 dB you can still lower the master volume
    manually to avoid clipping...

    - Added separator bars for note columns

    - More contrast between empty and non-empty data

    - Removed the "Show Framework" option

    + Pattern Sequencer
    - Added a "Add new unique Pattern" function
    Default shortcut is "Control + Alt + Insert" from the pattern editor

    + Sample Editor:
    - OS Sample-Clipboard support (Windows only): Exchange (Copy/paste) samples
    with your favorite sample editor

    - Added mono mix modes to the "Adjust Sample" dialog
    - Added "Copy into New Sample/Instrument" actions
    - Added a "Mix-Paste" (modulate/add) action
    - Better (unique) names for newly created or rendered samples
    - Added a "markers" Snapping option which currently only snaps to the loop
    - Added an option to auto-select the currently played back "sample split"

    + VST/Plugin related:
    - Better performance and compatibility with VST instruments (less audio
    latency related crackles on Songs which use lots of VSTis)

    - Pimped Plugin Browsers:

    -- The browsers for Plugin FX and Instruments can be made bigger by
    clicking on the "more" button.

    -- Plugins can be hidden, moved, and renamed (right click on the entries)

    -- Plugins are now by default (this can be changed, right click) organized by
    manufacturer

    - Added an option to skip searching for new Plugins on startup (to speed up
    startup on computers with huge Plugin collections)

    - Added an Info button ("?") for VST Instruments as well (works just
    like the old ones for FX)

    - Plugin compatibility options (such as multiprocessor behavior) can
    be changed by clicking on the info ("?") buttons

    - Added a preset rename button for Plugin instruments

    - Window positions of external interfaces are now memorized/restored with the song
    (external editors will open on the last used position on screen)

    + Internal FX:
    - added a new native FX "Filter 3", which replaces the old "Filter 2" device.
    The new filter has four models. All come with LowPass, HighShelf, BandPass,
    BandReject, LowShelf and HighPass) modes:
    -- a standard, precise and fast 24dB Biquad filter
    -- an experimental, fast and "fruity" 24dB Moog filter emulation
    -- a 4 stage Butterworth filter, for precise and ultra sharp cutoffs
    -- a 8 stage Butterworth filter, for ultra precise and ultra sharp cutoffs

    - added new native FX: "RingMod" as replacement for Filter2's RingMod mode

    - added new native FX: "Scream Filter" which simulates the old Filter2 Dist Comp
    modes, but with more options than before

    - the "*LFO Device"s "Reset" parameter can now be automated by other
    "*LFO Device"s or "*Velocity Device"s. This way you can automate/trigger
    the LFOs phase.

    - Added a one-shot option to the LFO device when running a custom
    envelope: This will avoid that the envelope cycles. LFO reset pattern
    commands will retrigger the envelope then.

    - the Stereo Expander now has a "Mono Mix" switch

    + Misc:
    - Added "Show Log file" and "Show Preferences folder" in the help menu
    so that you can easily find Log/Preferences files on your computer

    - Replaced the old "recent files" menu with "recently loaded" and
    "recently saved" file menu

    - Autobackups now also save for "Untitled" (newly started) songs.
    The backups are saved in the Preferences folder.

    - The clock is back ;) (in fullscreen mode)


    + And more. Lots of small stuff/details which hopefully make composing even more fun...
    Renoise v 2.0rc1 6 déc. 2008 MacOS X UB
    ■ Biggies ■

    ◎ PDC (Plug-in Delay Compensation)
    + Full, automatic, sample precise Plugin Delay Compensation (PDC) for Track FX (native and Plugin) and Instruments (aka everything). You simply don't have to care if a VST Plugin or instrument introduces
    unwanted latency. Renoise will compensate it for you under the hood.

    ◎ Timing Improvement (LPB & Delay Column)
    + "Ticks" no longer limited by the engine's note resolution / "Speed" is dead:
    ○ LPB (Lines Per Beat) :
  • "Speed" (this tracker compatibility thing which no one understood, but somehow made the pattern scroll faster) is finally gone. Better said, it got replaced by more powerful and easier to use LPB settings (Lines Per Beat - how many lines in the pattern make up a musical beat).

  • ○ Delay Column :
  • You can now offset notes and note commands with a gradient of 1/256 line precision (thats a PPQ of 4096 at LPB=16!) via a new "delay column" in the pattern editor. This might be the first time you record something in a tracker and it actually sounds exactly as groovy (or bad) as you played it!

  • ○ revised Sample FX commands :
  • Pitch/Volume slides, glides now work independently of the sampler's "tick" rate. For example, 0110 will pitch notes a half-note up, 0101 a sixteenth half-note, etc.

  • Volume/panning slides on volume/panning column now work as if their value was the first digit of the corresponding command column command (f.e.: 0720 = A2) See the tutorials pages for more info about these and other effects.
    Also you can smooth/coarse the pitch and volume slidings by increasing/decreasing the Tick-Per-Line value thru the effect F2xx.
    ○ fractional BPM :
  • Added the ability to enter fractional BPM (like 127.56) is the BPM box.

  • Fractional values can only be entered by double clicking the BPM value.
    ○ ready for the future :
  • NoteDelays and LPB are the most important and necessary steps for upcoming big features like Zoomable Patterns, Piano Roll, more accuracy (timing wise) with FX automations, and so on.

  • IMPORTANT: Not all of the changes are backwards compatible, thus only new songs can make use of all the new features. Old songs can be manually upgraded in the "Song settings" pane, but will probably need manual adjustments...

    ◎ Track Delay
    + Custom track delays to easily offset MIDI/Audio tracks. For example,
    laying back a snare can now be done in realtime in the mixer. Same
    goes for "MIDI tracks" (tracks with MIDI notes).

    ◎ Note quantize options
    + Added note quantize options for realtime recording and Note nudge
    options in the Advanced Edit pane. There are also new shortcuts for realtime note quantization to quickly quantize after recording.

    ◎ Full support for Multi Output VSTi (AU)
    + Multi output VSTis (AUs) are now fully supported. Samplers or Synths with multiple channels can now be routed to individual tracks.

    ◎ Audio Unit : (Mac OSX)
    + Mac OSX: Added support for Audio Unit (AU) Plugins (finally)

    ◎ Improved audio performance : (OSX & Linux)
    + OSX & Linux: Improved audio performance (lower latencies are possible) when running Renoise on multi-CPU machines.
    Note: On Linux, you have to configure your system to allow Renoise to create realtime threads.
    Usually this is done via PAM. Please see the Linux FAQ for more details on how to configure your system to make use of the improvements & fixes.

    ◎ Improved audio latency when recording
    + The Line-In device now lets you specify the source of the recorded audio and will apply/fix latencies, as needed.

    ◎ Improved MIDI recording precision
    + Vastly improved MIDI recording precision by compensating event latencies (and of course also thanks to the new note delays / LPB settings)

    ◎ Sending notes to VST (AU) FX
    + Sending notes to VST (AU) FX is now supported. Simply create a FX alias in the VST Instruments pane to do so (link an instrument to an existing FX).


    ■ And more ■

    ◎ Interface / OS integration :
  • Drag & Drop of external files (dragging songs/samples/.. into the Renoise window to load them)

  • Windows + OSX: Better support for Japanese and other input modes

  • Renoise GUI widget cosmetics

  • Tooltips do now show if a shortcut is "local"

  • Hitting escape while drag & dropping cancels dragging

  • Netbook Screen Resolution Support : The Renoise window can now be resized to min 990x550

  • pixels (upper or lower frame is automatically hiding if you use small Netbook screen which is smaller than 700 pixel in height)

    ◎ Channel and Polyphonic aftertouch
    + Added support (recording and playback) for channel and polyphonic aftertouch for MIDI and VSTi instruments.
    Polyphonic aftertouch is sent when specifying a volume value (velocity) after a note on (but before a note off is present). Channel aftertocuh can be send via:
    "--- 01 .. C3 0020"
    (This will send a aftertocuh value of 20h to the instr. 01)

    ◎ Mixer :
  • New helpful short names for LFO, Automate, Send and Velocity Devices (showing what they control, etc...)


  • ◎ Automations :
  • Added a "Show only used Automations" option to the automation list


  • ◎ Pattern Editor :
  • easier and more accurate mouse click/selection/navigation:

  • single clicks jump to the pointed position (optional)


  • ◎ Pattern Sequencer :
  • Added a "Add new unique Pattern" function

  • Default shortcut is "Control + Alt + Insert" from the pattern editor
  • middle click mutes / unmutes the track

  • added key bindings for "delete previous line [in columns/track/pattern]" which behaves like a "backspace" in a text editor

  • Rendering selections will no longer reduce the rendered volume. If you've set the master volume to 0 dB you can still lower the master volume manually to avoid clipping...

  • Added separator bars for note columns

  • More contrast between empty and non-empty data

  • Removed the "Show Framework" option

  • Double clicking in the Pattern while Pattern Follow is enabled and

  • the player is playing will no longer jump to new lines
  • New tracks are inserted to the right now (instead of to the left)


  • ◎ Linux :
  • the ALSA configuration now allows changing the Periods/Buffer

  • Running Renoise when compiz is running will add a standard WM border around the window to get rid of the remaining problems with compiz


  • ◎ VST/Plugin related :
  • Better performance and compatibility with VST instruments (less audio latency related crackles on Songs which use lots of VSTis)

  • Pimped Plugin Browsers:

  • - The browsers for Plugin FX and Instruments can be made bigger by

  • clicking on the "more" button.
  • - The browsers will no longer occupy the whole screen height

  • when only a few plugins are installed
  • - Plugins can be hidden, moved, and renamed (right click on the entries)

  • - Plugins are now by default (this can be changed, right click) organized by manufacturer

  • Added an option to skip searching for new Plugins on startup (to speed up startup on computers with huge Plugin collections)

  • Added an Info button ("?") for VST Instruments as well (works just

  • like the old ones for FX)
  • Plugin compatibility options (such as multiprocessor behavior) can

  • be changed by clicking on the info ("?") buttons
  • Added a preset rename button for Plugin instruments

  • Window positions of external interfaces are now memorized/restored with the song (external editors will open on the last used position on screen)

  • Added support for UAD2 DSP cards. Renoise will now run all UAD plugins with a fixed buffersize of 1024, which will result in less CPU overhead and better compatibility, also for the old UAD1.


  • ◎ Sample Editor :
  • OS Sample-Clipboard support (Windows only):

  • Exchange (Copy/paste) samples with your favorite sample editor
  • Added mono mix modes to the "Adjust Sample" dialog

  • Added "Copy into New Sample/Instrument" actions.

  • This action will keep the currently selected instrument focused / will not jump to the newly created sample to make for example beat cutting easier.
  • Added a "Mix-Paste" (modulate/add) action

  • Better (unique) names for newly created or rendered samples

  • Added a "markers" Snapping option which currently only snaps to the loop

  • Added an option to auto-select the currently played back "sample split"


  • ◎ Disk Browser :
  • The Disk browser can be made bigger when needed by clicking on the "more" button.

  • There is a small sample library now: Click on the Library Button in the DiskOps "Samples" category to see them


  • ◎ Internal FX :
  • The FX presets show now if they are modified (via a small * behind the name)

  • "*LFO Device" improvements:

  • - The"Reset" parameter can now be automated by other "*LFO Device"s or "*Velocity Device"s.

  • This way you can automate/trigger the LFOs phase.
  • - Added a one-shot option to the LFO device when running a custom envelope: This will avoid that the envelope cycles. LFO reset pattern commands will retrigger the envelope then.

  • - The custom envelope view got a bit bigger

  • "*Velocity Device" fine tuning: See http://www.renoise.com/board/index.php?showtopic=18108 for details

  • the Stereo Expander got now a "Mono Mix" switch

  • added a new Filter device: Filter 3, which replaces the old "Filter 2" device. The new filter has four models.

  • All come with LowPass, HighShelf, BandPass, BandReject, LowShelf and HighPass modes:
  • - a standard, precise and fast 24dB Biquad filter

  • - an experimental, fast and "fruity" 24dB Moog filter emulation

  • - a 4 stage Butterworth filter, for precise and ultra sharp cutoffs

  • - a 8 stage Butterworth filter, for ultra precise and ultra sharp cutoffs

  • - Inertia settings are more "detailed" in the lower areas now. This means your songs might need to be adjusted when you've used Inertia settings apart from the Max/Instant value

  • Added the old Filter2 Dist Comp modes into a new device "Scream Filter", with more options than you got in the old Filter2 device.

  • Added new native FX "RingMod" (as replacement for Filter2's RingMod mode)

  • Finetuned the LofiMat (its LofiMat2 now because the changes are not backwards compatible) "Quality" is visualized in Hz now, and will also react more precise than before. Also automating the Dry/Wet amounts should no longer click when automated


  • ◎ And more :
    + Lots of small stuff/details which hopefully make composing even more fun...
  • Replaced the old "recent files" menu with "recently loaded" and

  • "recently saved" file menu
  • Autobackups now also save for "Untitled" (newly started) songs.

  • The backups are saved in the Preferences folder.
  • The clock is back ;) (in fullscreen mode)


  • ◎ Misc :
  • Added "Show Log file" and "Show Preferences folder" in the help menu so that you can easily find Log/Preferences files on your computer


  • ◎ TrackDSPs :
  • Added an option to append instead of replace DSP chains when loading them. This can be configured by loading

  • chains with options (right click a chain -> "Load with Options") or in the Im/Export Preferences

    ◎ Groove Settings :
  • The global groove can now be switched on/off -> automated with the Pattern Command F400 -> Off, F401 -> On

  • Groove settings at high LPBs (> 8) will sound equal to their base factor LPBs. So when expanding a song from LPB 4 to LPB 8 or 16, the song will sound the same as with LPB 4.
  • Renoise v 1.9.1 4 févr. 2008 MacOS X UB
    Changes:

    +- Renoise is now available for Linux! See the community board for
    details...

    +- Added a "Draw Mode" and to the Sample Editor to draw new tiny waves
    by hand, or to retouch existing waveforms. A simple "Create Sample"
    option was added as well, so that you can create new hand-drawn samples.

    +- Easier Drag and Drop in the Pattern Editor: You no longer have
    to hold the mouse button down a bit, before you can drag a selection
    in the Pattern Editor to move or copy it.

    +- Added "Clear Muted Tracks/Columns" actions (shortcuts + context menu
    entries) to the Pattern Editor and Sequencer. This can be especially
    useful as an "arranging" aid in the Sequencer.

    +- Added a "Record Dry" switch to the Sample Editors recorder, which
    allows you to preview the to be recorded signal wet (depending on the
    selected Track FX), but enforced to record the dry signal (without FX).

    +- rescanning the folder & file contents in the DiskBrowser should be
    a bit faster now

    +- added an info button to VST / LADSPA FX, which will show you some
    details about the loaded plugin


    Fixes:

    >- fixed: problems CPU detection with some newer AMD multicore processors.
    Renoise could sometimes recognize those as single core CPUs with some
    energy saving settings enabled

    >- fixed: The 2nd Pattern Editor "Delete" keyboard shortcut has
    not removed FX values, but just Notes

    >- fixed: VST FX On/Off automation could cause unwanted delays when
    rendering songs to disk

    >- fixed: very high pitched backwards or ping-pong sample loops sometimes
    didn't played back correctly

    >- fixed: The Mac "Jack-insert" VST should now work properly in Renoise

    >- fixed: OSX Leopard: Hitting/releasing the Command or Control key
    while Caps-Lock was on could produce unwanted Note-Off events

    >- fixed: VST plugins which are listed as FX but are VST instruments, will
    now automatically be "fixed" (listed correctly) after you've instantiated
    them and restarted Renoise

    >- fixed: import of ImpulseTracker songs skipped IT Note-off/Note-cut
    pattern events

    >- fixed: import of Fasttracker XM songs could lead to invalid sequencer
    loop ranges

    >- fixed: Instrument envelopes in Fasttracker XM and ImpulseTracker IT
    songs are now correctly imported
    Renoise v 1.9 7 nov. 2007 MacOS X UB
  • New functions

  • Added Bus compressor DSP
    Added Maximizer DSP
    Added a chorus effect
    Added new Distortion DSP (old one still loads through old songs)
    Added search bar in Disk Op
    Added a "*Velocity Device" (with different vel. scalings thanks to pulsar)
    Hotplugging of MIDI devices for OS X (no chance to get this done for Windows)
    Multi CPU support (multicpu/multicore, sorry no HT!)
    improved MIDI Clock Master support
    There is now also a default pattern length option
    Added peak indicators to the master track device

  • Upgraded functionality

  • Added merge command to pattern sequencer which creates one large pattern out of a selected sequence.
    The Middle Mouse now triggers a sample preview in the Sample Editor, so you can quickly click to preview large samples (from different offsets)
    Added post volume control in the effects area
    Added a Re-initialize button into the Audio Preferences
    Added interpolation mode per sample
    Added preset handling in effects
    Added A/B mode in effects
    Added configurable Rulers in sample editor (rightclick on rulers pops context menu)
    Added stage control to the phaser
    Added more quantize options to the sample editor (Shortcuts are Control + 0,1,2,3,4,5,6)
    The pattern highlight settings are now saved per song, no longer in the preferneces.
    You will find them in the song properties pane.
    MIDI device are now only opened when they are used
    You can now render your songs in 88.2 khz
    Adding new samples to a drumkit instrument, will now update the basenotes and sample splits in the instrument editor automatically
    Freq and Q controls for the EQ5 and EQ10
    The LFO device has a custom mode now, where you can draw tiny envelopes
    The LFO devices frequeny is now shown/editable in Lines Per Cycle, so you can now enter
    for example 64 to let the LFO cycle once per pattern (if the pattern has 64 lines)
    "BPM sync" for the delay device
    Pan TAP added for the delay device
    Line sync added for the delay device
    phase inversion switches to the gainer device
    Added filter control to the flanger device
    Meters for all the amp related devices
    Surround width is available in the Stereo Expander as well
    Freq graphs for all EQs
    Channel control (L/R / L+R) for all EQs
    new mpReverb2
    new "soft" fullscreen mode on Windows
    Support for dead characters in all Renoise textfields (you can type,enter combined characters like ñ now…)
    Own drawn Caption and resize borders on Windows
    All delay lines are now "smoothed", so that you dont get clicks when changing the delay time
    All Buttons, Chooser, Whatever (non sliders) in the FX devices will now show the pattern code in the status-bar on left clicks and write automation or pattern codes (depending on fx recording mode) on right clicks. Including the Device On/Off button
    Upgraded the internal Flac to 1.1.4 (should be a bit faster and compress better)

  • Fixes

  • Render Selection In Pattern With Null Selection, Crashes Renoise
    Normalizing A Sample Doesn't Change Bit Depth, (to 32bit float)
    Hittin Rec, change playback position
    Program Load Bug With Komplexer VSTi
    Delete - >"all Automation In Song" Only Affects current open pattern
    LFO GUI update when type change performed by effect command
    Undo enter new Pattern Name doesnt refresh, gui
    Tooltip Pattern Wrap
    Song Comments focus now exclusively visualized
    Incompatability issues with 1.5 RNS songs where VSTI plugins could be loaded with the wrong patches
    Crash when deleting a playing sample or instrument on the mastertrack.
    Copy/paste selections in unequal note/effect columns, pattern command values unpasted
    Disabled context "copy/paste selection" into automation when no automation yet exists.
    Double-click song in explorer and Vst Plugins, Doesn't tell me which ones I need
    24 Bit Sample Gets Broken, when using flac
    AIFF files with empty copyright header won't load
    Oscilloscope graphic glitch caused by missing updates
    Japanese keyboard bug using modifyer keys
    Midiccdevice Automation Envelope Polls Ccs Too Often
    Changes
    Removed quality mode in song settings
    Splitted 09xx and Pitch mode in song settings
    moved the mastering settings "Soft Clipping", "Autogain" and "DC Filter" from the prefs to the mastertrack
    Notecut (fx) and retrigger command (0exx) combination behavior changed to a more logic behavior (now retrig is cut at tick fx)
    Moved "Save as default song" from Preferences to Song settings
    Renoise v 1.8b 26 oct. 2006 MacOS X UB
  • Added a Mixer, for a fast access and total control of all used DSP effects and volume levels within Renoise. DSP effects can be easily accessed and modified (copied/pasted/ moved/deleted by keyboard shortcuts or drag'n'drop). Mini sliders (DSP parameter controls) can be optionally shown in the mixer strips for those DSP devices parameters, that you want to control via the Mixer. All components of the Mixer (mute/solo, panning, faders, volume, routings) can be hidden to get a better overview.

  • Introduced PRE/POST volume/pans: All tracks have now two sets of volume/pan parameters: The first one (PRE) is automatable, and will be applied prior to all other DSPs (how it used to be in earlier versions). The second one (POST) is not automatable, and was introduced for the final mixing/mastering process: It will be applied after all DSP devices, giving you the final control of the tracks volume without having to worry about already created automations.

  • All volume and pan parameters can also be MIDI mapped.
  • Recording in the Sample-Editor, which allows to create new samples on the fly, directly in Renoise. Signals can be either recorded cleanly (with no DSP FX), or be routed in realtime through any tracks DSP chain.

  • Added a "#Line-In Device" (registered users only), which allows you to directly route any of your sound-cards physical input into a DSP chain in Renoise.

  • Undo/redo is now available for all operations (with no exception).

  • New open (XML) file format for all exported Renoise files (except samples). To view the XML files for songs or the other documents, simply open the newly saved files with an unzip tool. Songs and instruments are still self contained, so nothing (except the new file extensions) has changed for those who do not want/need to edit/view the file contents. The new open file format will allow third party developers to easily write extension (Instrument or Pattern generators) or converters (from / to other file formats) for Renoise.

  • Unicode support: If you have the "Arial Unicode MS" font installed, nearly all characters you can think of can now be displayed in Renoise (for example in the Disk Browser). Japanese characters are supported without the "Arial Unicode MS" font, as soon as you have installed the operating systems default fonts for Japan language support.

  • Patterns can now be rendered into separate files as well (registered users only). This way you can easily create sample loops out of your songs, to use them in other programs.
  • Renoise v 1.5.2ub 16 mai 2006 MacOS X UB
    Support des mac PowerPC et Intel
    moins...
    Renoise Renoise v 3.1 16 janv. 2016 Windows
    Support for VST and AU MIDI generators: This means that you can use specialized tools such as harmonizers, note matrices or arpeggiators - things that can "drive" other instruments in Renoise now.
    Improvements to the sampler and DSP sound engines: Completely new, rewritten filter section as well as optional oversampling and bandlimited sample playback. Various Renoise native DSP devices have be improved too.
    More love for Phrases: Phrases (small tracker sequences, which can be triggered via notes from the main sequencer) have become a lot more powerful and streamlined too - when working within the phrase editor, you could describe it as "feeling more like the pattern editor - Renoise's main sequencer". And when working in the pattern editor, you have more options for controlling phrases as well.
    Presets everywhere. And now, libraries too: Renoise 3.1 includes a more powerful preset system. You can now store/recall samples and keyzones as presets too, and the whole preset browsing experience has been improved. Presets also easily can be shared and reused with Redux.
    Content Packs: If you are a registered user, you can log on to our backstage server to access a downloadable extras for Renoise/Redux. These include instrument libraries, multi-sample presets and sound packs (including a new offering, Density by Mode Audio)
    ... and much more.
    Renoise Renoise Renoise v 3.0.1 18 oct. 2014 Windows
    Fixing a bunch of minor bugs
    Renoise Renoise v 2.8.0 20 mars 2012 Windows
  • Full 64-bit Support


  • Ever since our Linux users got a 64-bit version with Renoise 2.5, we've had a lot of requests for 64-bit support on all three platforms, and now it's ready. Running the 64-bit version, the memory-hungry among you can now take full advantage of the available resources in your machine, allowing you to break the 4 GB barrier.

    Renoise 2.8 also comes complete with a native plug-in bridge, allowing seamless usage of 32-bit instrument and effect plug-ins inside the 64-bit Renoise process, and vice versa.

    64-bit versions for all platforms: Windows, OSX and Linux
    Plug-in bridge allows 32-bit plug-ins to be used within 64-bit Renoise
    Full Rewire 64-bit support


  • Reworked Pattern Matrix with Slot Aliases


  • Workflow has been the keyword for most of the 2.8 development cycle. Thanks to the revamped Pattern Matrix and sequencer, it's now easier than ever to arrange your songs. By aliasing individual pattern slots, you can lay out complete tracks in no time. The new sections feature allows you to add structure and overview, while the streamlined sequencer helps to keep your project nice and tidy.

    Alias individual pattern slots in the matrix, i.e. treat them like clips
    Edit one slot and have changes propagate to all other aliases
    Quickly clone or alias slots by dragging their edges
    Use section headers to group parts of the song together


  • Track Groups & Collapsing


  • Another big workflow improvement is track grouping, which allows you to group related tracks together, and have each group share common effect chains. It's now also possible to collapse tracks and groups, which can do wonders for the overview of large projects.

    Group tracks into logical units, collapse them for better overview
    Flexible routing of group tracks
    Collapsed tracks use minimal space, while still providing a quick overview
    Pattern effects in groups will affect all member tracks simultaneously
    Automatically collapse all tracks except the one you are focussing on
    Color code tracks with adjustable background colors


  • DSP Effects and Meta Devices


  • And what would a new Renoise release be without a few new DSP effects?

    New DSP Multitap delay for spaced out filtered echo madness

    New DSP Repeater for st-st-st-stuttery goodness

    New DSP Exciter to make your mixes sparkle

    New Meta Mixer allowing blending of modulation signals into one output

    Improved EQs with bigger graphs and all values can be automated
    Improved Send devices, which can now be individually panned
    New and improved crossover filters for the Multi Send device


  • Sample Editor


  • The Sample Editor has also got its fair share of workflow improvements.

    Left & right channels can be edited separately
    Zoom level & current selection are remembered per sample
    Significantly faster sample loading
    Destructively render slices to individual samples
    Improved keyboard and mouse selection handling
    Improved marker and waveform display visibility
    New and improved processing tools (mute selection, insert silence, invert phase, swap stereo channels and cross-fading loop creator)


  • Improved Spectrum View


  • New Phase Correlation Meter in Phase Scope
    Side-by-side comparison of two tracks in the spectrum view
    New drawing modes: Filled Curve, Bar and Spectrogram
    Configurable frequency scaling, precision, peak fall rate, and slope


  • Pattern Effects


  • Pattern effects in the master or group tracks will affect all member tracks
    Up to 34 DSP devices can be addressed via pattern commands 1xyy-Yxyy
    New pattern effects: Tremolo, Auto Pan, Set Envelope Position
    Logical mnemonics for pattern effects from A to Z instead of cryptic numbers


  • Performance Improvements


  • Hyper-threading support for new Intel i5 and i7 CPUs and others
    Various audio engine speed optimizations for all platforms


  • Other Workflow Improvements


  • Graphical BPM/LPB/TPL automation in the Master track
    New Favorites system for plug-ins and native DSP devices
    Expandable and detachable Envelope Editor
    Memorize last used bank/preset paths per plug-in
    Automatically name rendered songs/patterns
    Right-side modifier keys are no longer hard-coded
    Finer control over note distribution when dragging samples into keyzones
    Improved color picker with saveable swatches
    Context menus overhauled and made more consistent


  • Under the Hood


  • Quicktime is no longer needed to import MP3 files on Windows
    Plug-ins are woken up from auto-suspend when clicking on their windows
    Support for mono capture devices on OSX
    New Jack implementation on Linux
    Trimmed overall memory footprint

  • Lua Changes


  • Renoise Update Checker and Tools Auto Updater are now part of the default installation
    Various new Lua API bindings
    donne Renoise v 2.8.0rc2 10 mars 2012 Windows
  • Full 64-bit Support


  • Ever since our Linux users got a 64-bit version with Renoise 2.5, we've had a lot of requests for 64-bit support on all three platforms, and now it's ready. Running the 64-bit version, the memory-hungry among you can now take full advantage of the available resources in your machine, allowing you to break the 4 GB barrier.

    Renoise 2.8 also comes complete with a native plug-in bridge, allowing seamless usage of 32-bit instrument and effect plug-ins inside the 64-bit Renoise process, and vice versa.

    64-bit versions for all platforms: Windows, OSX and Linux
    Plug-in bridge allows 32-bit plug-ins to be used within 64-bit Renoise
    Full Rewire 64-bit support


  • Reworked Pattern Matrix with Slot Aliases


  • Workflow has been the keyword for most of the 2.8 development cycle. Thanks to the revamped Pattern Matrix and sequencer, it's now easier than ever to arrange your songs. By aliasing individual pattern slots, you can lay out complete tracks in no time. The new sections feature allows you to add structure and overview, while the streamlined sequencer helps to keep your project nice and tidy.

    Alias individual pattern slots in the matrix, i.e. treat them like clips
    Edit one slot and have changes propagate to all other aliases
    Quickly clone or alias slots by dragging their edges
    Use section headers to group parts of the song together


  • Track Groups & Collapsing


  • Another big workflow improvement is track grouping, which allows you to group related tracks together, and have each group share common effect chains. It's now also possible to collapse tracks and groups, which can do wonders for the overview of large projects.

    Group tracks into logical units, collapse them for better overview
    Flexible routing of group tracks
    Collapsed tracks use minimal space, while still providing a quick overview
    Pattern effects in groups will affect all member tracks simultaneously
    Automatically collapse all tracks except the one you are focussing on
    Color code tracks with adjustable background colors


  • DSP Effects and Meta Devices


  • And what would a new Renoise release be without a few new DSP effects?

    New DSP Multitap delay for spaced out filtered echo madness

    New DSP Repeater for st-st-st-stuttery goodness

    New DSP Exciter to make your mixes sparkle

    New Meta Mixer allowing blending of modulation signals into one output

    Improved EQs with bigger graphs and all values can be automated
    Improved Send devices, which can now be individually panned
    New and improved crossover filters for the Multi Send device


  • Sample Editor


  • The Sample Editor has also got its fair share of workflow improvements.

    Left & right channels can be edited separately
    Zoom level & current selection are remembered per sample
    Significantly faster sample loading
    Destructively render slices to individual samples
    Improved keyboard and mouse selection handling
    Improved marker and waveform display visibility
    New and improved processing tools (mute selection, insert silence, invert phase, swap stereo channels and cross-fading loop creator)


  • Improved Spectrum View


  • New Phase Correlation Meter in Phase Scope
    Side-by-side comparison of two tracks in the spectrum view
    New drawing modes: Filled Curve, Bar and Spectrogram
    Configurable frequency scaling, precision, peak fall rate, and slope


  • Pattern Effects


  • Pattern effects in the master or group tracks will affect all member tracks
    Up to 34 DSP devices can be addressed via pattern commands 1xyy-Yxyy
    New pattern effects: Tremolo, Auto Pan, Set Envelope Position
    Logical mnemonics for pattern effects from A to Z instead of cryptic numbers


  • Performance Improvements


  • Hyper-threading support for new Intel i5 and i7 CPUs and others
    Various audio engine speed optimizations for all platforms


  • Other Workflow Improvements


  • Graphical BPM/LPB/TPL automation in the Master track
    New Favorites system for plug-ins and native DSP devices
    Expandable and detachable Envelope Editor
    Memorize last used bank/preset paths per plug-in
    Automatically name rendered songs/patterns
    Right-side modifier keys are no longer hard-coded
    Finer control over note distribution when dragging samples into keyzones
    Improved color picker with saveable swatches
    Context menus overhauled and made more consistent


  • Under the Hood


  • Quicktime is no longer needed to import MP3 files on Windows
    Plug-ins are woken up from auto-suspend when clicking on their windows
    Support for mono capture devices on OSX
    New Jack implementation on Linux
    Trimmed overall memory footprint

  • Lua Changes


  • Renoise Update Checker and Tools Auto Updater are now part of the default installation
    Various new Lua API bindings
    simple Renoise v 2.8.0beta8 15 févr. 2012 Windows
  • Full 64-bit Support


  • Ever since our Linux users got a 64-bit version with Renoise 2.5, we've had a lot of requests for 64-bit support on all three platforms, and now it's ready. Running the 64-bit version, the memory-hungry among you can now take full advantage of the available resources in your machine, allowing you to break the 4 GB barrier.

    Renoise 2.8 also comes complete with a native plug-in bridge, allowing seamless usage of 32-bit instrument and effect plug-ins inside the 64-bit Renoise process, and vice versa.

    64-bit versions for all platforms: Windows, OSX and Linux
    Plug-in bridge allows 32-bit plug-ins to be used within 64-bit Renoise
    Full Rewire 64-bit support


  • Reworked Pattern Matrix with Slot Aliases


  • Workflow has been the keyword for most of the 2.8 development cycle. Thanks to the revamped Pattern Matrix and sequencer, it's now easier than ever to arrange your songs. By aliasing individual pattern slots, you can lay out complete tracks in no time. The new sections feature allows you to add structure and overview, while the streamlined sequencer helps to keep your project nice and tidy.

    Alias individual pattern slots in the matrix, i.e. treat them like clips
    Edit one slot and have changes propagate to all other aliases
    Quickly clone or alias slots by dragging their edges
    Use section headers to group parts of the song together


  • Track Groups & Collapsing


  • Another big workflow improvement is track grouping, which allows you to group related tracks together, and have each group share common effect chains. It's now also possible to collapse tracks and groups, which can do wonders for the overview of large projects.

    Group tracks into logical units, collapse them for better overview
    Flexible routing of group tracks
    Collapsed tracks use minimal space, while still providing a quick overview
    Pattern effects in groups will affect all member tracks simultaneously
    Automatically collapse all tracks except the one you are focussing on
    Color code tracks with adjustable background colors


  • DSP Effects and Meta Devices


  • And what would a new Renoise release be without a few new DSP effects?

    New DSP Multitap delay for spaced out filtered echo madness

    New DSP Repeater for st-st-st-stuttery goodness

    New DSP Exciter to make your mixes sparkle

    New Meta Mixer allowing blending of modulation signals into one output

    Improved EQs with bigger graphs and all values can be automated
    Improved Send devices, which can now be individually panned
    New and improved crossover filters for the Multi Send device


  • Sample Editor


  • The Sample Editor has also got its fair share of workflow improvements.

    Left & right channels can be edited separately
    Zoom level & current selection are remembered per sample
    Significantly faster sample loading
    Destructively render slices to individual samples
    Improved keyboard and mouse selection handling
    Improved marker and waveform display visibility
    New and improved processing tools (mute selection, insert silence, invert phase, swap stereo channels and cross-fading loop creator)


  • Improved Spectrum View


  • New Phase Correlation Meter in Phase Scope
    Side-by-side comparison of two tracks in the spectrum view
    New drawing modes: Filled Curve, Bar and Spectrogram
    Configurable frequency scaling, precision, peak fall rate, and slope


  • Pattern Effects


  • Pattern effects in the master or group tracks will affect all member tracks
    Up to 34 DSP devices can be addressed via pattern commands 1xyy-Yxyy
    New pattern effects: Tremolo, Auto Pan, Set Envelope Position
    Logical mnemonics for pattern effects from A to Z instead of cryptic numbers


  • Performance Improvements


  • Hyper-threading support for new Intel i5 and i7 CPUs and others
    Various audio engine speed optimizations for all platforms


  • Other Workflow Improvements


  • Graphical BPM/LPB/TPL automation in the Master track
    New Favorites system for plug-ins and native DSP devices
    Expandable and detachable Envelope Editor
    Memorize last used bank/preset paths per plug-in
    Automatically name rendered songs/patterns
    Right-side modifier keys are no longer hard-coded
    Finer control over note distribution when dragging samples into keyzones
    Improved color picker with saveable swatches
    Context menus overhauled and made more consistent


  • Under the Hood


  • Quicktime is no longer needed to import MP3 files on Windows
    Plug-ins are woken up from auto-suspend when clicking on their windows
    Support for mono capture devices on OSX
    New Jack implementation on Linux
    Trimmed overall memory footprint

  • Lua Changes


  • Renoise Update Checker and Tools Auto Updater are now part of the default installation
    Various new Lua API bindings
    trackeur Renoise v 2.8.0beta7 7 févr. 2012 Windows
  • Full 64-bit Support


  • Ever since our Linux users got a 64-bit version with Renoise 2.5, we've had a lot of requests for 64-bit support on all three platforms, and now it's ready. Running the 64-bit version, the memory-hungry among you can now take full advantage of the available resources in your machine, allowing you to break the 4 GB barrier.

    Renoise 2.8 also comes complete with a native plug-in bridge, allowing seamless usage of 32-bit instrument and effect plug-ins inside the 64-bit Renoise process, and vice versa.

    64-bit versions for all platforms: Windows, OSX and Linux
    Plug-in bridge allows 32-bit plug-ins to be used within 64-bit Renoise
    Full Rewire 64-bit support


  • Reworked Pattern Matrix with Slot Aliases


  • Workflow has been the keyword for most of the 2.8 development cycle. Thanks to the revamped Pattern Matrix and sequencer, it's now easier than ever to arrange your songs. By aliasing individual pattern slots, you can lay out complete tracks in no time. The new sections feature allows you to add structure and overview, while the streamlined sequencer helps to keep your project nice and tidy.

    Alias individual pattern slots in the matrix, i.e. treat them like clips
    Edit one slot and have changes propagate to all other aliases
    Quickly clone or alias slots by dragging their edges
    Use section headers to group parts of the song together


  • Track Groups & Collapsing


  • Another big workflow improvement is track grouping, which allows you to group related tracks together, and have each group share common effect chains. It's now also possible to collapse tracks and groups, which can do wonders for the overview of large projects.

    Group tracks into logical units, collapse them for better overview
    Flexible routing of group tracks
    Collapsed tracks use minimal space, while still providing a quick overview
    Pattern effects in groups will affect all member tracks simultaneously
    Automatically collapse all tracks except the one you are focussing on
    Color code tracks with adjustable background colors


  • DSP Effects and Meta Devices


  • And what would a new Renoise release be without a few new DSP effects?

    New DSP Multitap delay for spaced out filtered echo madness

    New DSP Repeater for st-st-st-stuttery goodness

    New DSP Exciter to make your mixes sparkle

    New Meta Mixer allowing blending of modulation signals into one output

    Improved EQs with bigger graphs and all values can be automated
    Improved Send devices, which can now be individually panned
    New and improved crossover filters for the Multi Send device


  • Sample Editor


  • The Sample Editor has also got its fair share of workflow improvements.

    Left & right channels can be edited separately
    Zoom level & current selection are remembered per sample
    Significantly faster sample loading
    Destructively render slices to individual samples
    Improved keyboard and mouse selection handling
    Improved marker and waveform display visibility
    New and improved processing tools (mute selection, insert silence, invert phase, swap stereo channels and cross-fading loop creator)


  • Improved Spectrum View


  • New Phase Correlation Meter in Phase Scope
    Side-by-side comparison of two tracks in the spectrum view
    New drawing modes: Filled Curve, Bar and Spectrogram
    Configurable frequency scaling, precision, peak fall rate, and slope


  • Pattern Effects


  • Pattern effects in the master or group tracks will affect all member tracks
    Up to 34 DSP devices can be addressed via pattern commands 1xyy-Yxyy
    New pattern effects: Tremolo, Auto Pan, Set Envelope Position
    Logical mnemonics for pattern effects from A to Z instead of cryptic numbers


  • Performance Improvements


  • Hyper-threading support for new Intel i5 and i7 CPUs and others
    Various audio engine speed optimizations for all platforms


  • Other Workflow Improvements


  • Graphical BPM/LPB/TPL automation in the Master track
    New Favorites system for plug-ins and native DSP devices
    Expandable and detachable Envelope Editor
    Memorize last used bank/preset paths per plug-in
    Automatically name rendered songs/patterns
    Right-side modifier keys are no longer hard-coded
    Finer control over note distribution when dragging samples into keyzones
    Improved color picker with saveable swatches
    Context menus overhauled and made more consistent


  • Under the Hood


  • Quicktime is no longer needed to import MP3 files on Windows
    Plug-ins are woken up from auto-suspend when clicking on their windows
    Support for mono capture devices on OSX
    New Jack implementation on Linux
    Trimmed overall memory footprint

  • Lua Changes


  • Renoise Update Checker and Tools Auto Updater are now part of the default installation
    Various new Lua API bindings
    musical Renoise v 2.8.0beta6 17 janv. 2012 Windows
  • Full 64-bit Support


  • Ever since our Linux users got a 64-bit version with Renoise 2.5, we've had a lot of requests for 64-bit support on all three platforms, and now it's ready. Running the 64-bit version, the memory-hungry among you can now take full advantage of the available resources in your machine, allowing you to break the 4 GB barrier.

    Renoise 2.8 also comes complete with a native plug-in bridge, allowing seamless usage of 32-bit instrument and effect plug-ins inside the 64-bit Renoise process, and vice versa.

    64-bit versions for all platforms: Windows, OSX and Linux
    Plug-in bridge allows 32-bit plug-ins to be used within 64-bit Renoise
    Full Rewire 64-bit support


  • Reworked Pattern Matrix with Slot Aliases


  • Workflow has been the keyword for most of the 2.8 development cycle. Thanks to the revamped Pattern Matrix and sequencer, it's now easier than ever to arrange your songs. By aliasing individual pattern slots, you can lay out complete tracks in no time. The new sections feature allows you to add structure and overview, while the streamlined sequencer helps to keep your project nice and tidy.

    Alias individual pattern slots in the matrix, i.e. treat them like clips
    Edit one slot and have changes propagate to all other aliases
    Quickly clone or alias slots by dragging their edges
    Use section headers to group parts of the song together


  • Track Groups & Collapsing


  • Another big workflow improvement is track grouping, which allows you to group related tracks together, and have each group share common effect chains. It's now also possible to collapse tracks and groups, which can do wonders for the overview of large projects.

    Group tracks into logical units, collapse them for better overview
    Flexible routing of group tracks
    Collapsed tracks use minimal space, while still providing a quick overview
    Pattern effects in groups will affect all member tracks simultaneously
    Automatically collapse all tracks except the one you are focussing on
    Color code tracks with adjustable background colors


  • DSP Effects and Meta Devices


  • And what would a new Renoise release be without a few new DSP effects?

    New DSP Multitap delay for spaced out filtered echo madness

    New DSP Repeater for st-st-st-stuttery goodness

    New DSP Exciter to make your mixes sparkle

    New Meta Mixer allowing blending of modulation signals into one output

    Improved EQs with bigger graphs and all values can be automated
    Improved Send devices, which can now be individually panned
    New and improved crossover filters for the Multi Send device


  • Sample Editor


  • The Sample Editor has also got its fair share of workflow improvements.

    Left & right channels can be edited separately
    Zoom level & current selection are remembered per sample
    Significantly faster sample loading
    Destructively render slices to individual samples
    Improved keyboard and mouse selection handling
    Improved marker and waveform display visibility
    New and improved processing tools (mute selection, insert silence, invert phase, swap stereo channels and cross-fading loop creator)


  • Improved Spectrum View


  • New Phase Correlation Meter in Phase Scope
    Side-by-side comparison of two tracks in the spectrum view
    New drawing modes: Filled Curve, Bar and Spectrogram
    Configurable frequency scaling, precision, peak fall rate, and slope


  • Pattern Effects


  • Pattern effects in the master or group tracks will affect all member tracks
    Up to 34 DSP devices can be addressed via pattern commands 1xyy-Yxyy
    New pattern effects: Tremolo, Auto Pan, Set Envelope Position
    Logical mnemonics for pattern effects from A to Z instead of cryptic numbers


  • Performance Improvements


  • Hyper-threading support for new Intel i5 and i7 CPUs and others
    Various audio engine speed optimizations for all platforms


  • Other Workflow Improvements


  • Graphical BPM/LPB/TPL automation in the Master track
    New Favorites system for plug-ins and native DSP devices
    Expandable and detachable Envelope Editor
    Memorize last used bank/preset paths per plug-in
    Automatically name rendered songs/patterns
    Right-side modifier keys are no longer hard-coded
    Finer control over note distribution when dragging samples into keyzones
    Improved color picker with saveable swatches
    Context menus overhauled and made more consistent


  • Under the Hood


  • Quicktime is no longer needed to import MP3 files on Windows
    Plug-ins are woken up from auto-suspend when clicking on their windows
    Support for mono capture devices on OSX
    New Jack implementation on Linux
    Trimmed overall memory footprint

  • Lua Changes


  • Renoise Update Checker and Tools Auto Updater are now part of the default installation
    Various new Lua API bindings
    telecharger Renoise v 2.8.0beta4 3 janv. 2012 Windows
  • Full 64-bit Support


  • Ever since our Linux users got a 64-bit version with Renoise 2.5, we've had a lot of requests for 64-bit support on all three platforms, and now it's ready. Running the 64-bit version, the memory-hungry among you can now take full advantage of the available resources in your machine, allowing you to break the 4 GB barrier.

    Renoise 2.8 also comes complete with a native plug-in bridge, allowing seamless usage of 32-bit instrument and effect plug-ins inside the 64-bit Renoise process, and vice versa.

    64-bit versions for all platforms: Windows, OSX and Linux
    Plug-in bridge allows 32-bit plug-ins to be used within 64-bit Renoise
    Full Rewire 64-bit support


  • Reworked Pattern Matrix with Slot Aliases


  • Workflow has been the keyword for most of the 2.8 development cycle. Thanks to the revamped Pattern Matrix and sequencer, it's now easier than ever to arrange your songs. By aliasing individual pattern slots, you can lay out complete tracks in no time. The new sections feature allows you to add structure and overview, while the streamlined sequencer helps to keep your project nice and tidy.

    Alias individual pattern slots in the matrix, i.e. treat them like clips
    Edit one slot and have changes propagate to all other aliases
    Quickly clone or alias slots by dragging their edges
    Use section headers to group parts of the song together


  • Track Groups & Collapsing


  • Another big workflow improvement is track grouping, which allows you to group related tracks together, and have each group share common effect chains. It's now also possible to collapse tracks and groups, which can do wonders for the overview of large projects.

    Group tracks into logical units, collapse them for better overview
    Flexible routing of group tracks
    Collapsed tracks use minimal space, while still providing a quick overview
    Pattern effects in groups will affect all member tracks simultaneously
    Automatically collapse all tracks except the one you are focussing on
    Color code tracks with adjustable background colors


  • DSP Effects and Meta Devices


  • And what would a new Renoise release be without a few new DSP effects?

    New DSP Multitap delay for spaced out filtered echo madness

    New DSP Repeater for st-st-st-stuttery goodness

    New DSP Exciter to make your mixes sparkle

    New Meta Mixer allowing blending of modulation signals into one output

    Improved EQs with bigger graphs and all values can be automated
    Improved Send devices, which can now be individually panned
    New and improved crossover filters for the Multi Send device


  • Sample Editor


  • The Sample Editor has also got its fair share of workflow improvements.

    Left & right channels can be edited separately
    Zoom level & current selection are remembered per sample
    Significantly faster sample loading
    Destructively render slices to individual samples
    Improved keyboard and mouse selection handling
    Improved marker and waveform display visibility
    New and improved processing tools (mute selection, insert silence, invert phase, swap stereo channels and cross-fading loop creator)


  • Improved Spectrum View


  • New Phase Correlation Meter in Phase Scope
    Side-by-side comparison of two tracks in the spectrum view
    New drawing modes: Filled Curve, Bar and Spectrogram
    Configurable frequency scaling, precision, peak fall rate, and slope


  • Pattern Effects


  • Pattern effects in the master or group tracks will affect all member tracks
    Up to 34 DSP devices can be addressed via pattern commands 1xyy-Yxyy
    New pattern effects: Tremolo, Auto Pan, Set Envelope Position
    Logical mnemonics for pattern effects from A to Z instead of cryptic numbers


  • Performance Improvements


  • Hyper-threading support for new Intel i5 and i7 CPUs and others
    Various audio engine speed optimizations for all platforms


  • Other Workflow Improvements


  • Graphical BPM/LPB/TPL automation in the Master track
    New Favorites system for plug-ins and native DSP devices
    Expandable and detachable Envelope Editor
    Memorize last used bank/preset paths per plug-in
    Automatically name rendered songs/patterns
    Right-side modifier keys are no longer hard-coded
    Finer control over note distribution when dragging samples into keyzones
    Improved color picker with saveable swatches
    Context menus overhauled and made more consistent


  • Under the Hood


  • Quicktime is no longer needed to import MP3 files on Windows
    Plug-ins are woken up from auto-suspend when clicking on their windows
    Support for mono capture devices on OSX
    New Jack implementation on Linux
    Trimmed overall memory footprint

  • Lua Changes


  • Renoise Update Checker and Tools Auto Updater are now part of the default installation
    Various new Lua API bindings
    mac Renoise v 2.8.0beta3 21 déc. 2011 Windows
  • Full 64-bit Support


  • Ever since our Linux users got a 64-bit version with Renoise 2.5, we've had a lot of requests for 64-bit support on all three platforms, and now it's ready. Running the 64-bit version, the memory-hungry among you can now take full advantage of the available resources in your machine, allowing you to break the 4 GB barrier.

    Renoise 2.8 also comes complete with a native plug-in bridge, allowing seamless usage of 32-bit instrument and effect plug-ins inside the 64-bit Renoise process, and vice versa.

    64-bit versions for all platforms: Windows, OSX and Linux
    Plug-in bridge allows 32-bit plug-ins to be used within 64-bit Renoise
    Full Rewire 64-bit support


  • Reworked Pattern Matrix with Slot Aliases


  • Workflow has been the keyword for most of the 2.8 development cycle. Thanks to the revamped Pattern Matrix and sequencer, it's now easier than ever to arrange your songs. By aliasing individual pattern slots, you can lay out complete tracks in no time. The new sections feature allows you to add structure and overview, while the streamlined sequencer helps to keep your project nice and tidy.

    Alias individual pattern slots in the matrix, i.e. treat them like clips
    Edit one slot and have changes propagate to all other aliases
    Quickly clone or alias slots by dragging their edges
    Use section headers to group parts of the song together


  • Track Groups & Collapsing


  • Another big workflow improvement is track grouping, which allows you to group related tracks together, and have each group share common effect chains. It's now also possible to collapse tracks and groups, which can do wonders for the overview of large projects.

    Group tracks into logical units, collapse them for better overview
    Flexible routing of group tracks
    Collapsed tracks use minimal space, while still providing a quick overview
    Pattern effects in groups will affect all member tracks simultaneously
    Automatically collapse all tracks except the one you are focussing on
    Color code tracks with adjustable background colors


  • DSP Effects and Meta Devices


  • And what would a new Renoise release be without a few new DSP effects?

    New DSP Multitap delay for spaced out filtered echo madness

    New DSP Repeater for st-st-st-stuttery goodness

    New DSP Exciter to make your mixes sparkle

    New Meta Mixer allowing blending of modulation signals into one output

    Improved EQs with bigger graphs and all values can be automated
    Improved Send devices, which can now be individually panned
    New and improved crossover filters for the Multi Send device


  • Sample Editor


  • The Sample Editor has also got its fair share of workflow improvements.

    Left & right channels can be edited separately
    Zoom level & current selection are remembered per sample
    Significantly faster sample loading
    Destructively render slices to individual samples
    Improved keyboard and mouse selection handling
    Improved marker and waveform display visibility
    New and improved processing tools (mute selection, insert silence, invert phase, swap stereo channels and cross-fading loop creator)


  • Improved Spectrum View


  • New Phase Correlation Meter in Phase Scope
    Side-by-side comparison of two tracks in the spectrum view
    New drawing modes: Filled Curve, Bar and Spectrogram
    Configurable frequency scaling, precision, peak fall rate, and slope


  • Pattern Effects


  • Pattern effects in the master or group tracks will affect all member tracks
    Up to 34 DSP devices can be addressed via pattern commands 1xyy-Yxyy
    New pattern effects: Tremolo, Auto Pan, Set Envelope Position
    Logical mnemonics for pattern effects from A to Z instead of cryptic numbers


  • Performance Improvements


  • Hyper-threading support for new Intel i5 and i7 CPUs and others
    Various audio engine speed optimizations for all platforms


  • Other Workflow Improvements


  • Graphical BPM/LPB/TPL automation in the Master track
    New Favorites system for plug-ins and native DSP devices
    Expandable and detachable Envelope Editor
    Memorize last used bank/preset paths per plug-in
    Automatically name rendered songs/patterns
    Right-side modifier keys are no longer hard-coded
    Finer control over note distribution when dragging samples into keyzones
    Improved color picker with saveable swatches
    Context menus overhauled and made more consistent


  • Under the Hood


  • Quicktime is no longer needed to import MP3 files on Windows
    Plug-ins are woken up from auto-suspend when clicking on their windows
    Support for mono capture devices on OSX
    New Jack implementation on Linux
    Trimmed overall memory footprint

  • Lua Changes


  • Renoise Update Checker and Tools Auto Updater are now part of the default installation
    Various new Lua API bindings
    windows Renoise v 2.7.2 3 juil. 2011 Windows
    Fixes:
  • OSX: Tooltips could crash down Renoise on OSX Lion

  • OSX: Key repeating sometimes did stop after Alt-Tab from/to Renoise with the Scripting Editor open

  • Multisample XI import was not working correctly in 2.7.1 and 2.7.0 (only the first keyzone was created, the other ones got skipped)

  • Cross connecting, modulating multiple hydra parameters with each others could freeze Renoise

  • It was possible to paste envelopes via keyboard shortcuts into an empty automation with no parameter selected

  • Fixed script installation quirks when the XRNX archive was created on OSX or Linux and had sub folders

  • Windows: When closing the scripting terminal twice on windows 7, Renoise could have crashed

  • Scripting API: Display corruption when a tool calls renoise.app().window:select_preset() too early.

  • Scripting API: Remove Hacky Spaces in (Lua) DSP Device Paths: like: track:insert_device_at("Audio/Effects/ Native/Gainer", 2) is now track:insert_device_at("Audio/Effects/Native/Gainer", 2)
  • plus...
    macintosh Renoise v 2.7.1 3 juin 2011 Windows
    Fixes:
  • Mac OSX: Lua Error Dialogs May Crash Renoise

  • Lua samples[]:copy_from troubles when applied on sliced samples

  • Keyzone Editor, "Vel->Vol" Problem With Multiple Samples

  • Problem Loading .Rni Instruments From 2003

  • Hydra Destination Fx Name Incorrect When Renaming Device


  • Changes:
  • Undo/Redo Record Last Take Finetuning

  • Edit Step is Saved Again (As Preferences)
  • pc Renoise v 2.7.0 12 mai 2011 Windows
    + Instrument Redesign and Sample Keyzones

    Renoise's internal instruments have been re-engineered. The focal point is a new keyzone editor that supports overlapping, velocity, and key release mappings. The Sample Keyzones editor brings with it user interface refinements, improved drumkit generation, better tuning options, new sample properties, and loop modes. Live instrumentalists can also tap into new realtime rendering modes and MIDI input routing, making Renoise on a laptop a formidable replacement for your old sampler.

    - Sample Keyzones GUI editor per instrument
    - Map different samples to different velocity ranges
    - Map samples to key release as well as key press
    - Stack samples and create overlapping sections
    - Toggle envelope on/off per keyzone
    - New Release sample loop option for exiting the loop on key release
    - New option for setting Transpose and Finetune from current BeatSync setting
    - MIDI Input can now be routed to individual instruments and tracks
    - Extended drumkit and keyboard layout generation options
    - Sample envelopes now have Points mode in addition to Linear and Curve
    - Autofade setting per sample for quickly fading beginning and end of samples
    - Select multiple samples and batch edit properties
    - Overhauled instrument properties GUI, now in lower tab


    + Sample Slice Markers

    New Slice Markers push Renoise's breakbeat insanity one step further. With the click of a button, your break is sliced and keymapped. Amens away!
    More than just a beatslicer, creatives will soon discover custom offsets and the power of aliases for controlling longer recordings like vocals and soundscapes.

  • Automatically detect transients in sample and place markers on them

  • Manually place and edit slice positions in sample editor

  • Trigger slices from keyboard as if they were regular samples

  • Trigger slices from pattern 09 commands

  • Trigger either only slice or remainder of sample from that point

  • Edit sample properties like loop, volume etc per slice



  • + Automation Improvements

    The revamped Automation Editor now provides a zoomable overview of the entire song, as well as vastly improved envelope resolution. Mouse handling has also been simplified, with fewer modifiers and more easily accessible draw mode, selections and context menu.

  • Automation precision increased to 256 steps per pattern line

  • Zoom level can be locked to multiples or fractions of whole envelopes

  • Values can be snapped to grid, lines or beats

  • Turn off Follow mode to detach edit position from playback position

  • Left-click and drag to select, drag a selected point to move/scale



  • + Track DSPs

    Internal FX get an injection of winning with a new Comb Filter and a Multiband Send that lets you surgically redirect a single sound source to 3 send tracks.
    New draggable gain and frequency handles in the native EQs add flavour and finesse to the tools.

  • New Multiband Send device letting you send different frequency bands to different destinations

  • New Comb Filter device

  • Draggable handles for Frequency, Gain and Q for the EQ devices

  • Devices can now be renamed

  • Load and Save DSP chains from the device chain and device context menu

  • DSSI plugins now handle MIDI note events coming from the GUI

  • DSSI plugin windows always stay on top of Renoise window



  • + Recording & MIDI

  • MIDI Input can now be routed to individual instruments and tracks

  • Pre-count metronome option for recording

  • Live recording MIDI notes/events will no longer create lots of Undo/Redo steps

  • More simultaneous Master/MIDI In devices supported

  • Store pattern quantize settings globally and not per song



  • + Audio Rendering

  • Real-time rendering mode: render MIDI instruments and line-in devices, or hybrid VSTs

  • Mono/Stereo/Auto option added for the plugin grabber

  • Render Selection To Sample no longer renders DSPs on master channel



  • + Other Tweaks and Fixes

  • Remember previous track mute states when soloing/unsoloing

  • New phase meter in Master Spectrum view

  • Track and master scopes synced to zero crossings for better readability

  • Audio headroom per track is now configurable (was -6dB)

  • Pattern Matrix no longer steals Pattern Editor focus when clicked

  • Navigating folders with many XRNX/XRNI files in Disk Browser considerably sped up

  • Trigger Autoseek samples also when triggering individual lines (with Return key)

  • Double click on scrollbars to zoom out fully in zoomable views

  • Updated Lua API bindings
  • Renoise v 2.7beta 14 mars 2011 Windows
    * Sample Keyzone Editor
    * Sample Slicing
    * Improved Automation
    * Redesigned Instruments
    * MIDI Input Routing
    * Real-time Line-In Rendering
    * Multiband Send Device
    Renoise v 2.6.1 20 déc. 2010 Windows
    * autoseek with multiple note columns didn't always work (see this thread).
    * Renoise saved some 24bit FLAC files wrong on Linux x64_64 - applies to 64 bit versions !only! (see this thread).
    * demo versions nag screen nagged demo version users way to early. Sorry for this one.
    * OSX demo versions did not include the scripting API documentation and MIDI/OSC scripts
    * a few other Lua API related fixes (see this thread in the scripting forum for details please)
    Renoise v 2.6 5 nov. 2010 Windows
    + Customize Renoise with Lua Scripting

    Scripting opens the doors for developers to extend Renoise. With a few lines of code, you can now add new features or tools that you always wanted Renoise to have, but never dared to ask for.
    Lua is a light-weight programming language, which together with the Renoise API allows you to build extensions quickly and easily.
    For those of you who are not developers, you can still benefit from tools and extensions created by others, available at http://tools.renoise.com.


    + Better MIDI Controller Handling through Scripting

    The new scripting feature brings a huge improvement in the configuration of hardware controllers. Anyone can now create mapping templates for any imaginable controller, and publish them at http://tools.renoise.com.


    + Sample Autoseek

    Samples have a new setting, "Autoseek", which will, when enabled, make them behave like a traditional audio channel. You can start playing back the song at any position, and the sample will automatically seek to the current position in the song without having to be triggered via a Note On command.
    This works regardless of how far in the past the sample was triggered. Highly recommended for vocals, background ambiences and other recorded audio.


    + Open Sound Control (OSC) Server Support

    In addition to enhanced MIDI mappings, Renoise can now also be controlled remotely via the OSC protocol. This allows you, even across a network, to send Renoise commands such as "/renoise/transport/start". It is also possible to send any piece of Lua code as an OSC command for infinite control customization possibilities.

    + DSSI Support on Linux

    DSSI is a virtual instrument plugin standard for Linux. A bit like an open-source version of VST. Renoise can now host also DSSI plugins.

    + 64-bit Linux Version

    + Better support for hardware-based plugins like the Access Virus, DSP cards etc.

    + Linux & Mac OSX Performance Tweaks

    Around 5% speed improvement for 32-bit architectures, 10% or more for 64-bit on Linux.
    Renoise v 2.6beta 31 juil. 2010 Windows
    Main new features in Renoise 2.6 are:
    * Scripting: create powerful new Renoise features with Lua scripting
    * Truly customizable bidirectional MIDI controller + OSC support with Duplex, thanks to scripting
    * Sample Autoseeking, which will make large samples behave behave more like a traditional audio channel
    * 64bit port for Linux
    * DSSI support for Linux
    * ... and more
    Renoise v 2.5 5 mars 2010 Windows
    Renoise v 2.5beta 17 déc. 2009 Windows
    Renoise v 2.1.0 16 mai 2009 Windows
    New Features

  • ReWire & Jack Transport Support :

  • + (OSX/Win) Rewire Master (ReWire-in routing device) and ReWire Slave mode.
    + (Linux) Added Jack Transport

  • Live features in the Pattern Sequencer :

  • + Pattern Sequencer can be decoupled from viewed pattern (disable Pattern Follow).
    + Pattern Sequencer allows queuing patterns, deferred triggering.
    + Pattern Sequencer shows current playing pattern row in the player queue column. Green when follow mode is off, white when follow mode is on.

  • New Devices :

  • + Hydra device : Control up to nine parameters of other effects using only one input slider.
    + Keytracking device : Similar to the Velocity device but then ranges for key-note values affect the target parameter.
    + MIDI CC device got transformed to a MIDI Control device : Pitchbend, Channel Pressure and Program changing are now added parameters (and are now automatable through automation curves).


    Fixes

  • Virus TI : Fixed a bug with the VST timing when the static buffers option is enabled & we've added some VST features which are normally not used. "Access" would fix some timing issues on their side to make our fix work so you also need to download their newest Firmware containing their solution to have a full fix.

  • OSX: Supercollider AU Wrappers show no parameters / crackle.

  • Pingpong Looped Sample + 05xx Resets Loop Direction

  • Ext. Midi Notes sometimes stuck (from MIDI Master Keyboard)

  • OSX: Audio Damage Plugins GUI Crash

  • Midi In From Mme+Wdm should not be used together by default

  • Middle Click On Envelope Automation Sets A Point

  • Linux: Wrong VST Instruments Properties label LADSPA instruments should not be mentioned

  • Renoise "Hickups" On Songplay After Idling



  • Changes

  • Loop info is now included when saving WAV and FLAC files

  • Clicking stop twice no longer rewinds the pattern-arranger to the first song-position.
  • Renoise v 2.0rc3 10 janv. 2009 Windows
    Renoise 2.0 features Precision, Timing and Plugin improvements

    Biggies:

    + Full, automatic, sample precise Plugin Delay Compensation (PDC) for
    Track FX (native and Plugin) and Instruments (aka everything).
    You simply don't have to care if a VST Plugin or instrument introduces
    unwanted latency. Renoise will compensate it for you under the hood.

    + Custom track delays to easily offset MIDI/Audio tracks. For example,
    laying back a snare can now be done in realtime in the mixer. Same
    goes for "MIDI tracks" (tracks with MIDI notes).

    + Mac OSX: Added support for Audio Unit (AU) Plugins (finally)

    + "Ticks" no longer limited by the engine's note resolution / "Speed" is dead:

    - "Speed" (this tracker compatibility thing which no one understood, but
    somehow made the pattern scroll faster) is finally gone. Better said, it got
    replaced by more powerful and easier to use LPB settings (Lines Per Beat -
    how many lines in the pattern make up a musical beat).

    - You can now offset notes and note commands with a gradient of 1/256 line
    precision (thats a PPQ of 4096 at LPB=16!) via a new "delay column" in the
    pattern editor. This might be the first time you record something in a tracker
    and it actually sounds exactly as groovy (or bad) as you played it!

    - revised Sample FX commands: Pitch/Volume slides, glides now work
    independently of the sampler's "tick" rate. For example, 0110 will
    pitch notes a half-note up, 0101 a sixteenth half-note, etc. Volume/panning
    slides on volume/panning column now work as if their value was the first digit
    of the corresponding command column command (f.e.: 0720 = A2) See the tutorials
    pages for more info about these and other effects.

    - ready for the future: NoteDelays and LPB are the most important and necessary
    steps for upcoming big features like Zoomable Patterns, Piano Roll, more accuracy
    (timing wise) with FX automations, and so on.

    IMPORTANT: Not all of the changes are backwards compatible, thus only new songs
    can make use of all the new features. Old songs can be manually upgraded
    in the "Song settings" pane, but will probably need manual adjustments...

    + Vastly improved MIDI recording precision by compensating event latencies
    (and of course also thanks to the new note delays / LPB settings)

    + Added support (recording and playback) for channel and polyphonic
    aftertouch for MIDI and VSTi instruments.

    Polyphonic aftertouch is sent when specifying a volume value (velocity) after
    a note on (but before a note off is present). Channel aftertocuh can be send via:
    "--- 01 .. C3 00 20" (This will send a aftertocuh value of 20h to the instr. 01)

    + Added note quantize options for realtime recording and Note nudge options in
    the Advanced Edit pane. There are also new shortcuts for realtime note
    quantization to quickly quantize after recording.

    + Improved audio latency when recording: The Line-In device now lets you
    specify the source of the recorded audio and will apply/fix latencies,
    as needed.

    + Multi output VSTis (AUs) are now fully supported. Samplers or Synths
    with multiple channels can now be routed to individual tracks.

    + Sending notes to VST (AU) FX is now supported. Simply create a FX alias
    in the VST Instruments pane to do so (link an instrument to an existing
    FX).

    + Added the ability to enter fractional BPM (like 127.56) is the BPM
    box. Fractional values can only be entered by double clicking the BPM
    value.

    + Improved audio performance (lower latencies are possible) especially for OSX &
    Linux, when running Renoise on multi-CPU machines.

    Note: On Linux, you have to configure your system to allow Renoise to
    create realtime threads. Usually this is done via PAM. Please see the
    Linux FAQ for more details on how to configure your system to make use
    of the improvements & fixes.


    And more:

    + Interface / OS integration:
    - Drag & Drop of external files (into the Renoise Window)
    - Better support for Japanese and other input modes
    - Renoise GUI widget cosmetics
    - Tooltips now show if a shortcut is "local"
    - Hitting escape while drag & dropping cancels dragging

    + Linux ALSA:
    - the ALSA configuration now allows changing the Periods per Buffer

    + Mixer
    - New helpful short names for LFO, Automate, Send and Velocity Devices
    (showing what they control, etc...)

    + Automation:
    - Added a "Show only used Automation" option to the automation list

    + Pattern Editor
    - easier and more accurate mouse click/selection/navigation:
    - single clicks jump to the pointed position (optional)
    - middle click mutes / unmutes the track

    - added key bindings for "delete previous line [in columns/track/pattern]"
    which behaves like a "backspace" in a text editor

    - Rendering selections will no longer reduce the rendered volume. If you've
    set the master volume to 0 dB you can still lower the master volume
    manually to avoid clipping...

    - Added separator bars for note columns

    - More contrast between empty and non-empty data

    - Removed the "Show Framework" option

    + Pattern Sequencer
    - Added a "Add new unique Pattern" function
    Default shortcut is "Control + Alt + Insert" from the pattern editor

    + Sample Editor:
    - OS Sample-Clipboard support (Windows only): Exchange (Copy/paste) samples
    with your favorite sample editor

    - Added mono mix modes to the "Adjust Sample" dialog
    - Added "Copy into New Sample/Instrument" actions
    - Added a "Mix-Paste" (modulate/add) action
    - Better (unique) names for newly created or rendered samples
    - Added a "markers" Snapping option which currently only snaps to the loop
    - Added an option to auto-select the currently played back "sample split"

    + VST/Plugin related:
    - Better performance and compatibility with VST instruments (less audio
    latency related crackles on Songs which use lots of VSTis)

    - Pimped Plugin Browsers:

    -- The browsers for Plugin FX and Instruments can be made bigger by
    clicking on the "more" button.

    -- Plugins can be hidden, moved, and renamed (right click on the entries)

    -- Plugins are now by default (this can be changed, right click) organized by
    manufacturer

    - Added an option to skip searching for new Plugins on startup (to speed up
    startup on computers with huge Plugin collections)

    - Added an Info button ("?") for VST Instruments as well (works just
    like the old ones for FX)

    - Plugin compatibility options (such as multiprocessor behavior) can
    be changed by clicking on the info ("?") buttons

    - Added a preset rename button for Plugin instruments

    - Window positions of external interfaces are now memorized/restored with the song
    (external editors will open on the last used position on screen)

    + Internal FX:
    - added a new native FX "Filter 3", which replaces the old "Filter 2" device.
    The new filter has four models. All come with LowPass, HighShelf, BandPass,
    BandReject, LowShelf and HighPass) modes:
    -- a standard, precise and fast 24dB Biquad filter
    -- an experimental, fast and "fruity" 24dB Moog filter emulation
    -- a 4 stage Butterworth filter, for precise and ultra sharp cutoffs
    -- a 8 stage Butterworth filter, for ultra precise and ultra sharp cutoffs

    - added new native FX: "RingMod" as replacement for Filter2's RingMod mode

    - added new native FX: "Scream Filter" which simulates the old Filter2 Dist Comp
    modes, but with more options than before

    - the "*LFO Device"s "Reset" parameter can now be automated by other
    "*LFO Device"s or "*Velocity Device"s. This way you can automate/trigger
    the LFOs phase.

    - Added a one-shot option to the LFO device when running a custom
    envelope: This will avoid that the envelope cycles. LFO reset pattern
    commands will retrigger the envelope then.

    - the Stereo Expander now has a "Mono Mix" switch

    + Misc:
    - Added "Show Log file" and "Show Preferences folder" in the help menu
    so that you can easily find Log/Preferences files on your computer

    - Replaced the old "recent files" menu with "recently loaded" and
    "recently saved" file menu

    - Autobackups now also save for "Untitled" (newly started) songs.
    The backups are saved in the Preferences folder.

    - The clock is back ;) (in fullscreen mode)


    + And more. Lots of small stuff/details which hopefully make composing even more fun...
    Renoise v 2.0rc2 29 déc. 2008 Windows
    Renoise 2.0 features Precision, Timing and Plugin improvements

    Biggies:

    + Full, automatic, sample precise Plugin Delay Compensation (PDC) for
    Track FX (native and Plugin) and Instruments (aka everything).
    You simply don't have to care if a VST Plugin or instrument introduces
    unwanted latency. Renoise will compensate it for you under the hood.

    + Custom track delays to easily offset MIDI/Audio tracks. For example,
    laying back a snare can now be done in realtime in the mixer. Same
    goes for "MIDI tracks" (tracks with MIDI notes).

    + Mac OSX: Added support for Audio Unit (AU) Plugins (finally)

    + "Ticks" no longer limited by the engine's note resolution / "Speed" is dead:

    - "Speed" (this tracker compatibility thing which no one understood, but
    somehow made the pattern scroll faster) is finally gone. Better said, it got
    replaced by more powerful and easier to use LPB settings (Lines Per Beat -
    how many lines in the pattern make up a musical beat).

    - You can now offset notes and note commands with a gradient of 1/256 line
    precision (thats a PPQ of 4096 at LPB=16!) via a new "delay column" in the
    pattern editor. This might be the first time you record something in a tracker
    and it actually sounds exactly as groovy (or bad) as you played it!

    - revised Sample FX commands: Pitch/Volume slides, glides now work
    independently of the sampler's "tick" rate. For example, 0110 will
    pitch notes a half-note up, 0101 a sixteenth half-note, etc. Volume/panning
    slides on volume/panning column now work as if their value was the first digit
    of the corresponding command column command (f.e.: 0720 = A2) See the tutorials
    pages for more info about these and other effects.

    - ready for the future: NoteDelays and LPB are the most important and necessary
    steps for upcoming big features like Zoomable Patterns, Piano Roll, more accuracy
    (timing wise) with FX automations, and so on.

    IMPORTANT: Not all of the changes are backwards compatible, thus only new songs
    can make use of all the new features. Old songs can be manually upgraded
    in the "Song settings" pane, but will probably need manual adjustments...

    + Vastly improved MIDI recording precision by compensating event latencies
    (and of course also thanks to the new note delays / LPB settings)

    + Added support (recording and playback) for channel and polyphonic
    aftertouch for MIDI and VSTi instruments.

    Polyphonic aftertouch is sent when specifying a volume value (velocity) after
    a note on (but before a note off is present). Channel aftertocuh can be send via:
    "--- 01 .. C3 00 20" (This will send a aftertocuh value of 20h to the instr. 01)

    + Added note quantize options for realtime recording and Note nudge options in
    the Advanced Edit pane. There are also new shortcuts for realtime note
    quantization to quickly quantize after recording.

    + Improved audio latency when recording: The Line-In device now lets you
    specify the source of the recorded audio and will apply/fix latencies,
    as needed.

    + Multi output VSTis (AUs) are now fully supported. Samplers or Synths
    with multiple channels can now be routed to individual tracks.

    + Sending notes to VST (AU) FX is now supported. Simply create a FX alias
    in the VST Instruments pane to do so (link an instrument to an existing
    FX).

    + Added the ability to enter fractional BPM (like 127.56) is the BPM
    box. Fractional values can only be entered by double clicking the BPM
    value.

    + Improved audio performance (lower latencies are possible) especially for OSX &
    Linux, when running Renoise on multi-CPU machines.

    Note: On Linux, you have to configure your system to allow Renoise to
    create realtime threads. Usually this is done via PAM. Please see the
    Linux FAQ for more details on how to configure your system to make use
    of the improvements & fixes.


    And more:

    + Interface / OS integration:
    - Drag & Drop of external files (into the Renoise Window)
    - Better support for Japanese and other input modes
    - Renoise GUI widget cosmetics
    - Tooltips now show if a shortcut is "local"
    - Hitting escape while drag & dropping cancels dragging

    + Linux ALSA:
    - the ALSA configuration now allows changing the Periods per Buffer

    + Mixer
    - New helpful short names for LFO, Automate, Send and Velocity Devices
    (showing what they control, etc...)

    + Automation:
    - Added a "Show only used Automation" option to the automation list

    + Pattern Editor
    - easier and more accurate mouse click/selection/navigation:
    - single clicks jump to the pointed position (optional)
    - middle click mutes / unmutes the track

    - added key bindings for "delete previous line [in columns/track/pattern]"
    which behaves like a "backspace" in a text editor

    - Rendering selections will no longer reduce the rendered volume. If you've
    set the master volume to 0 dB you can still lower the master volume
    manually to avoid clipping...

    - Added separator bars for note columns

    - More contrast between empty and non-empty data

    - Removed the "Show Framework" option

    + Pattern Sequencer
    - Added a "Add new unique Pattern" function
    Default shortcut is "Control + Alt + Insert" from the pattern editor

    + Sample Editor:
    - OS Sample-Clipboard support (Windows only): Exchange (Copy/paste) samples
    with your favorite sample editor

    - Added mono mix modes to the "Adjust Sample" dialog
    - Added "Copy into New Sample/Instrument" actions
    - Added a "Mix-Paste" (modulate/add) action
    - Better (unique) names for newly created or rendered samples
    - Added a "markers" Snapping option which currently only snaps to the loop
    - Added an option to auto-select the currently played back "sample split"

    + VST/Plugin related:
    - Better performance and compatibility with VST instruments (less audio
    latency related crackles on Songs which use lots of VSTis)

    - Pimped Plugin Browsers:

    -- The browsers for Plugin FX and Instruments can be made bigger by
    clicking on the "more" button.

    -- Plugins can be hidden, moved, and renamed (right click on the entries)

    -- Plugins are now by default (this can be changed, right click) organized by
    manufacturer

    - Added an option to skip searching for new Plugins on startup (to speed up
    startup on computers with huge Plugin collections)

    - Added an Info button ("?") for VST Instruments as well (works just
    like the old ones for FX)

    - Plugin compatibility options (such as multiprocessor behavior) can
    be changed by clicking on the info ("?") buttons

    - Added a preset rename button for Plugin instruments

    - Window positions of external interfaces are now memorized/restored with the song
    (external editors will open on the last used position on screen)

    + Internal FX:
    - added a new native FX "Filter 3", which replaces the old "Filter 2" device.
    The new filter has four models. All come with LowPass, HighShelf, BandPass,
    BandReject, LowShelf and HighPass) modes:
    -- a standard, precise and fast 24dB Biquad filter
    -- an experimental, fast and "fruity" 24dB Moog filter emulation
    -- a 4 stage Butterworth filter, for precise and ultra sharp cutoffs
    -- a 8 stage Butterworth filter, for ultra precise and ultra sharp cutoffs

    - added new native FX: "RingMod" as replacement for Filter2's RingMod mode

    - added new native FX: "Scream Filter" which simulates the old Filter2 Dist Comp
    modes, but with more options than before

    - the "*LFO Device"s "Reset" parameter can now be automated by other
    "*LFO Device"s or "*Velocity Device"s. This way you can automate/trigger
    the LFOs phase.

    - Added a one-shot option to the LFO device when running a custom
    envelope: This will avoid that the envelope cycles. LFO reset pattern
    commands will retrigger the envelope then.

    - the Stereo Expander now has a "Mono Mix" switch

    + Misc:
    - Added "Show Log file" and "Show Preferences folder" in the help menu
    so that you can easily find Log/Preferences files on your computer

    - Replaced the old "recent files" menu with "recently loaded" and
    "recently saved" file menu

    - Autobackups now also save for "Untitled" (newly started) songs.
    The backups are saved in the Preferences folder.

    - The clock is back ;) (in fullscreen mode)


    + And more. Lots of small stuff/details which hopefully make composing even more fun...
    Renoise v 2.0rc1 6 déc. 2008 Windows
    ■ Biggies ■

    ◎ PDC (Plug-in Delay Compensation)
    + Full, automatic, sample precise Plugin Delay Compensation (PDC) for Track FX (native and Plugin) and Instruments (aka everything). You simply don't have to care if a VST Plugin or instrument introduces
    unwanted latency. Renoise will compensate it for you under the hood.

    ◎ Timing Improvement (LPB & Delay Column)
    + "Ticks" no longer limited by the engine's note resolution / "Speed" is dead:
    ○ LPB (Lines Per Beat) :
  • "Speed" (this tracker compatibility thing which no one understood, but somehow made the pattern scroll faster) is finally gone. Better said, it got replaced by more powerful and easier to use LPB settings (Lines Per Beat - how many lines in the pattern make up a musical beat).

  • ○ Delay Column :
  • You can now offset notes and note commands with a gradient of 1/256 line precision (thats a PPQ of 4096 at LPB=16!) via a new "delay column" in the pattern editor. This might be the first time you record something in a tracker and it actually sounds exactly as groovy (or bad) as you played it!

  • ○ revised Sample FX commands :
  • Pitch/Volume slides, glides now work independently of the sampler's "tick" rate. For example, 0110 will pitch notes a half-note up, 0101 a sixteenth half-note, etc.

  • Volume/panning slides on volume/panning column now work as if their value was the first digit of the corresponding command column command (f.e.: 0720 = A2) See the tutorials pages for more info about these and other effects.
    Also you can smooth/coarse the pitch and volume slidings by increasing/decreasing the Tick-Per-Line value thru the effect F2xx.
    ○ fractional BPM :
  • Added the ability to enter fractional BPM (like 127.56) is the BPM box.

  • Fractional values can only be entered by double clicking the BPM value.
    ○ ready for the future :
  • NoteDelays and LPB are the most important and necessary steps for upcoming big features like Zoomable Patterns, Piano Roll, more accuracy (timing wise) with FX automations, and so on.

  • IMPORTANT: Not all of the changes are backwards compatible, thus only new songs can make use of all the new features. Old songs can be manually upgraded in the "Song settings" pane, but will probably need manual adjustments...

    ◎ Track Delay
    + Custom track delays to easily offset MIDI/Audio tracks. For example,
    laying back a snare can now be done in realtime in the mixer. Same
    goes for "MIDI tracks" (tracks with MIDI notes).

    ◎ Note quantize options
    + Added note quantize options for realtime recording and Note nudge
    options in the Advanced Edit pane. There are also new shortcuts for realtime note quantization to quickly quantize after recording.

    ◎ Full support for Multi Output VSTi (AU)
    + Multi output VSTis (AUs) are now fully supported. Samplers or Synths with multiple channels can now be routed to individual tracks.

    ◎ Audio Unit : (Mac OSX)
    + Mac OSX: Added support for Audio Unit (AU) Plugins (finally)

    ◎ Improved audio performance : (OSX & Linux)
    + OSX & Linux: Improved audio performance (lower latencies are possible) when running Renoise on multi-CPU machines.
    Note: On Linux, you have to configure your system to allow Renoise to create realtime threads.
    Usually this is done via PAM. Please see the Linux FAQ for more details on how to configure your system to make use of the improvements & fixes.

    ◎ Improved audio latency when recording
    + The Line-In device now lets you specify the source of the recorded audio and will apply/fix latencies, as needed.

    ◎ Improved MIDI recording precision
    + Vastly improved MIDI recording precision by compensating event latencies (and of course also thanks to the new note delays / LPB settings)

    ◎ Sending notes to VST (AU) FX
    + Sending notes to VST (AU) FX is now supported. Simply create a FX alias in the VST Instruments pane to do so (link an instrument to an existing FX).


    ■ And more ■

    ◎ Interface / OS integration :
  • Drag & Drop of external files (dragging songs/samples/.. into the Renoise window to load them)

  • Windows + OSX: Better support for Japanese and other input modes

  • Renoise GUI widget cosmetics

  • Tooltips do now show if a shortcut is "local"

  • Hitting escape while drag & dropping cancels dragging

  • Netbook Screen Resolution Support : The Renoise window can now be resized to min 990x550

  • pixels (upper or lower frame is automatically hiding if you use small Netbook screen which is smaller than 700 pixel in height)

    ◎ Channel and Polyphonic aftertouch
    + Added support (recording and playback) for channel and polyphonic aftertouch for MIDI and VSTi instruments.
    Polyphonic aftertouch is sent when specifying a volume value (velocity) after a note on (but before a note off is present). Channel aftertocuh can be send via:
    "--- 01 .. C3 0020"
    (This will send a aftertocuh value of 20h to the instr. 01)

    ◎ Mixer :
  • New helpful short names for LFO, Automate, Send and Velocity Devices (showing what they control, etc...)


  • ◎ Automations :
  • Added a "Show only used Automations" option to the automation list


  • ◎ Pattern Editor :
  • easier and more accurate mouse click/selection/navigation:

  • single clicks jump to the pointed position (optional)


  • ◎ Pattern Sequencer :
  • Added a "Add new unique Pattern" function

  • Default shortcut is "Control + Alt + Insert" from the pattern editor
  • middle click mutes / unmutes the track

  • added key bindings for "delete previous line [in columns/track/pattern]" which behaves like a "backspace" in a text editor

  • Rendering selections will no longer reduce the rendered volume. If you've set the master volume to 0 dB you can still lower the master volume manually to avoid clipping...

  • Added separator bars for note columns

  • More contrast between empty and non-empty data

  • Removed the "Show Framework" option

  • Double clicking in the Pattern while Pattern Follow is enabled and

  • the player is playing will no longer jump to new lines
  • New tracks are inserted to the right now (instead of to the left)


  • ◎ Linux :
  • the ALSA configuration now allows changing the Periods/Buffer

  • Running Renoise when compiz is running will add a standard WM border around the window to get rid of the remaining problems with compiz


  • ◎ VST/Plugin related :
  • Better performance and compatibility with VST instruments (less audio latency related crackles on Songs which use lots of VSTis)

  • Pimped Plugin Browsers:

  • - The browsers for Plugin FX and Instruments can be made bigger by

  • clicking on the "more" button.
  • - The browsers will no longer occupy the whole screen height

  • when only a few plugins are installed
  • - Plugins can be hidden, moved, and renamed (right click on the entries)

  • - Plugins are now by default (this can be changed, right click) organized by manufacturer

  • Added an option to skip searching for new Plugins on startup (to speed up startup on computers with huge Plugin collections)

  • Added an Info button ("?") for VST Instruments as well (works just

  • like the old ones for FX)
  • Plugin compatibility options (such as multiprocessor behavior) can

  • be changed by clicking on the info ("?") buttons
  • Added a preset rename button for Plugin instruments

  • Window positions of external interfaces are now memorized/restored with the song (external editors will open on the last used position on screen)

  • Added support for UAD2 DSP cards. Renoise will now run all UAD plugins with a fixed buffersize of 1024, which will result in less CPU overhead and better compatibility, also for the old UAD1.


  • ◎ Sample Editor :
  • OS Sample-Clipboard support (Windows only):

  • Exchange (Copy/paste) samples with your favorite sample editor
  • Added mono mix modes to the "Adjust Sample" dialog

  • Added "Copy into New Sample/Instrument" actions.

  • This action will keep the currently selected instrument focused / will not jump to the newly created sample to make for example beat cutting easier.
  • Added a "Mix-Paste" (modulate/add) action

  • Better (unique) names for newly created or rendered samples

  • Added a "markers" Snapping option which currently only snaps to the loop

  • Added an option to auto-select the currently played back "sample split"


  • ◎ Disk Browser :
  • The Disk browser can be made bigger when needed by clicking on the "more" button.

  • There is a small sample library now: Click on the Library Button in the DiskOps "Samples" category to see them


  • ◎ Internal FX :
  • The FX presets show now if they are modified (via a small * behind the name)

  • "*LFO Device" improvements:

  • - The"Reset" parameter can now be automated by other "*LFO Device"s or "*Velocity Device"s.

  • This way you can automate/trigger the LFOs phase.
  • - Added a one-shot option to the LFO device when running a custom envelope: This will avoid that the envelope cycles. LFO reset pattern commands will retrigger the envelope then.

  • - The custom envelope view got a bit bigger

  • "*Velocity Device" fine tuning: See http://www.renoise.com/board/index.php?showtopic=18108 for details

  • the Stereo Expander got now a "Mono Mix" switch

  • added a new Filter device: Filter 3, which replaces the old "Filter 2" device. The new filter has four models.

  • All come with LowPass, HighShelf, BandPass, BandReject, LowShelf and HighPass modes:
  • - a standard, precise and fast 24dB Biquad filter

  • - an experimental, fast and "fruity" 24dB Moog filter emulation

  • - a 4 stage Butterworth filter, for precise and ultra sharp cutoffs

  • - a 8 stage Butterworth filter, for ultra precise and ultra sharp cutoffs

  • - Inertia settings are more "detailed" in the lower areas now. This means your songs might need to be adjusted when you've used Inertia settings apart from the Max/Instant value

  • Added the old Filter2 Dist Comp modes into a new device "Scream Filter", with more options than you got in the old Filter2 device.

  • Added new native FX "RingMod" (as replacement for Filter2's RingMod mode)

  • Finetuned the LofiMat (its LofiMat2 now because the changes are not backwards compatible) "Quality" is visualized in Hz now, and will also react more precise than before. Also automating the Dry/Wet amounts should no longer click when automated


  • ◎ And more :
    + Lots of small stuff/details which hopefully make composing even more fun...
  • Replaced the old "recent files" menu with "recently loaded" and

  • "recently saved" file menu
  • Autobackups now also save for "Untitled" (newly started) songs.

  • The backups are saved in the Preferences folder.
  • The clock is back ;) (in fullscreen mode)


  • ◎ Misc :
  • Added "Show Log file" and "Show Preferences folder" in the help menu so that you can easily find Log/Preferences files on your computer


  • ◎ TrackDSPs :
  • Added an option to append instead of replace DSP chains when loading them. This can be configured by loading

  • chains with options (right click a chain -> "Load with Options") or in the Im/Export Preferences

    ◎ Groove Settings :
  • The global groove can now be switched on/off -> automated with the Pattern Command F400 -> Off, F401 -> On

  • Groove settings at high LPBs (> 8) will sound equal to their base factor LPBs. So when expanding a song from LPB 4 to LPB 8 or 16, the song will sound the same as with LPB 4.
  • Renoise v 1.9.1 4 févr. 2008 Windows
    Changes:

    +- Renoise is now available for Linux! See the community board for
    details...

    +- Added a "Draw Mode" and to the Sample Editor to draw new tiny waves
    by hand, or to retouch existing waveforms. A simple "Create Sample"
    option was added as well, so that you can create new hand-drawn samples.

    +- Easier Drag and Drop in the Pattern Editor: You no longer have
    to hold the mouse button down a bit, before you can drag a selection
    in the Pattern Editor to move or copy it.

    +- Added "Clear Muted Tracks/Columns" actions (shortcuts + context menu
    entries) to the Pattern Editor and Sequencer. This can be especially
    useful as an "arranging" aid in the Sequencer.

    +- Added a "Record Dry" switch to the Sample Editors recorder, which
    allows you to preview the to be recorded signal wet (depending on the
    selected Track FX), but enforced to record the dry signal (without FX).

    +- rescanning the folder & file contents in the DiskBrowser should be
    a bit faster now

    +- added an info button to VST / LADSPA FX, which will show you some
    details about the loaded plugin


    Fixes:

    >- fixed: problems CPU detection with some newer AMD multicore processors.
    Renoise could sometimes recognize those as single core CPUs with some
    energy saving settings enabled

    >- fixed: The 2nd Pattern Editor "Delete" keyboard shortcut has
    not removed FX values, but just Notes

    >- fixed: VST FX On/Off automation could cause unwanted delays when
    rendering songs to disk

    >- fixed: very high pitched backwards or ping-pong sample loops sometimes
    didn't played back correctly

    >- fixed: The Mac "Jack-insert" VST should now work properly in Renoise

    >- fixed: OSX Leopard: Hitting/releasing the Command or Control key
    while Caps-Lock was on could produce unwanted Note-Off events

    >- fixed: VST plugins which are listed as FX but are VST instruments, will
    now automatically be "fixed" (listed correctly) after you've instantiated
    them and restarted Renoise

    >- fixed: import of ImpulseTracker songs skipped IT Note-off/Note-cut
    pattern events

    >- fixed: import of Fasttracker XM songs could lead to invalid sequencer
    loop ranges

    >- fixed: Instrument envelopes in Fasttracker XM and ImpulseTracker IT
    songs are now correctly imported
    Renoise v 1.9 7 nov. 2007 Windows
  • New functions

  • Added Bus compressor DSP
    Added Maximizer DSP
    Added a chorus effect
    Added new Distortion DSP (old one still loads through old songs)
    Added search bar in Disk Op
    Added a "*Velocity Device" (with different vel. scalings thanks to pulsar)
    Hotplugging of MIDI devices for OS X (no chance to get this done for Windows)
    Multi CPU support (multicpu/multicore, sorry no HT!)
    improved MIDI Clock Master support
    There is now also a default pattern length option
    Added peak indicators to the master track device

  • Upgraded functionality

  • Added merge command to pattern sequencer which creates one large pattern out of a selected sequence.
    The Middle Mouse now triggers a sample preview in the Sample Editor, so you can quickly click to preview large samples (from different offsets)
    Added post volume control in the effects area
    Added a Re-initialize button into the Audio Preferences
    Added interpolation mode per sample
    Added preset handling in effects
    Added A/B mode in effects
    Added configurable Rulers in sample editor (rightclick on rulers pops context menu)
    Added stage control to the phaser
    Added more quantize options to the sample editor (Shortcuts are Control + 0,1,2,3,4,5,6)
    The pattern highlight settings are now saved per song, no longer in the preferneces.
    You will find them in the song properties pane.
    MIDI device are now only opened when they are used
    You can now render your songs in 88.2 khz
    Adding new samples to a drumkit instrument, will now update the basenotes and sample splits in the instrument editor automatically
    Freq and Q controls for the EQ5 and EQ10
    The LFO device has a custom mode now, where you can draw tiny envelopes
    The LFO devices frequeny is now shown/editable in Lines Per Cycle, so you can now enter
    for example 64 to let the LFO cycle once per pattern (if the pattern has 64 lines)
    "BPM sync" for the delay device
    Pan TAP added for the delay device
    Line sync added for the delay device
    phase inversion switches to the gainer device
    Added filter control to the flanger device
    Meters for all the amp related devices
    Surround width is available in the Stereo Expander as well
    Freq graphs for all EQs
    Channel control (L/R / L+R) for all EQs
    new mpReverb2
    new "soft" fullscreen mode on Windows
    Support for dead characters in all Renoise textfields (you can type,enter combined characters like ñ now…)
    Own drawn Caption and resize borders on Windows
    All delay lines are now "smoothed", so that you dont get clicks when changing the delay time
    All Buttons, Chooser, Whatever (non sliders) in the FX devices will now show the pattern code in the status-bar on left clicks and write automation or pattern codes (depending on fx recording mode) on right clicks. Including the Device On/Off button
    Upgraded the internal Flac to 1.1.4 (should be a bit faster and compress better)

  • Fixes

  • Render Selection In Pattern With Null Selection, Crashes Renoise
    Normalizing A Sample Doesn't Change Bit Depth, (to 32bit float)
    Hittin Rec, change playback position
    Program Load Bug With Komplexer VSTi
    Delete - >"all Automation In Song" Only Affects current open pattern
    LFO GUI update when type change performed by effect command
    Undo enter new Pattern Name doesnt refresh, gui
    Tooltip Pattern Wrap
    Song Comments focus now exclusively visualized
    Incompatability issues with 1.5 RNS songs where VSTI plugins could be loaded with the wrong patches
    Crash when deleting a playing sample or instrument on the mastertrack.
    Copy/paste selections in unequal note/effect columns, pattern command values unpasted
    Disabled context "copy/paste selection" into automation when no automation yet exists.
    Double-click song in explorer and Vst Plugins, Doesn't tell me which ones I need
    24 Bit Sample Gets Broken, when using flac
    AIFF files with empty copyright header won't load
    Oscilloscope graphic glitch caused by missing updates
    Japanese keyboard bug using modifyer keys
    Midiccdevice Automation Envelope Polls Ccs Too Often
    Changes
    Removed quality mode in song settings
    Splitted 09xx and Pitch mode in song settings
    moved the mastering settings "Soft Clipping", "Autogain" and "DC Filter" from the prefs to the mastertrack
    Notecut (fx) and retrigger command (0exx) combination behavior changed to a more logic behavior (now retrig is cut at tick fx)
    Moved "Save as default song" from Preferences to Song settings
    moins...
    Renoise
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    zgogor
    version 2.7.1, MacOS X UB
    Juste parfait.
    jakob.joergensen.3
    version 2.8.0, MacOS X UB
    Just THE excellent music tool for money every one can pay for! Should cost more.

    Soo easy to get quick results.

    Very very cool interface. Fantastic use of both samples, VST's and effects.

    /// for tracker new bee's, it's a bit like pattern programming.

    Good forum and backstage access.
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