Renoise 2 Final To Launch On Jan. 15
The final version of the Renoise 2 DAW will launch on January 15.
Renoise is based on the heritage and development of tracker software, and its primary use is the composition of music using samples. The main difference with other music software is the vertical timeline sequencer used by tracking software, as opposed to the horizontal timeline sequencers.
Renoise 2 is described as "a cheap, community driven app that runs on Mac, Windows, and Linux."
- Designed to fit on small Netbook screens.
- Additional tweaks and bug fixes are announced, including Universal Audio UAD2 DSP support and latency compensation.
- Renoise 2 will support fraction BPMs, like 127.56.
- New demo songs. "Two of the songs were selected from submissions by the Renoise community in a competition called "Beta Battle, Round 1 & Round 2". The developers chose their favorites and have included them in the final release of Renoise 2.0.
- New native DSP effects: RingMod, Scream Filter.
- Automatic plug-in delay compensation for everything – effects and instruments.
- Latency compensation and fixing when recording.
- Improved audio performance, lower-latencies on multiple CPUs on Mac and Linux.
- Channel and polyphonic aftertouch.
- Note quantize options, real-time quantize on record, nudge, and keyboard shortcuts.
- Mac AU support.
- Multi-output VSTi/AU (good news for Kore users, among others).
- Send notes to VST/AU effects (instead of just instruments).
- Plug-in management improvements, including info, custom sorts, sort by manufacturer, hide, move, rename.
For more info and to download the program: www.renoise.com.
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