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Renoise has announced the availability of the beta public v3 of its workstation for Windows, Mac and Linux.

Renoise v3 beta offers a new GUI, new devices, per sample modulation, effects, instrument phrases, new commands and more.

Details:

  • Unlimited number of modulation and ability to create internal effect chains within instruments, with various routing options
  • Each sample can be freely assigned to any modulation set or effect chain
  • Ability to layer sounds and play them with various playback options: random, round robin, cycle or Play All
  • New real time performance options: input quantize, MIDI Note Range, harmonic scales, new Mono option that replaces the previous global Chord mode and is defined per instrument
  • Instrument phrases: samples within an instrument, with up to 120 phrases per instrument with tempo set independently from the global tempo, ability to loop phrases, or use phrase trigger to drive MIDI and plug-ins
  • Most of the parameters can be controlled via automation or direct mapping to an external controller, with up to 8 macros to be set per instrument
  • New GUI with detachable instrument editor, resizable elements and several display improvements
  • New Device: Doofer works as a wrapper for other devices in order to compile complex effect chains, save them as presets and insert them into any effect chain
  • New Device: Convolver with the ability to use your own impulse response files
  • Instrument Macro, a meta-device that links a track to an instrument that contain macros, which allows for recording automation data
  • New commands

Renoise is available for the special introductory price of 58€ (excl. VAT) until the release of the final version of Renoise 3, than its price will be 65€. Registered licence can now fo the Renoise Backstage and test this beta version.

Note that a new version of Redux is also under development (but not released yet) and will be available in the near future for about 50€. More information at www.renoise.com.

  • Space 16 3 posts
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    Posted on 12/29/2013 at 09:25:08

    Interesting, I am going to to check this out.... I enjoyed using ReNoise before but this looks like a much needed update...

    Sam

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