Download latest demo versions of Renoise. Please check the System Requirements to see if your system is capable of running Renoise.
Mac OS X
|32-bit demo||32-bit demo||32-bit demo|
|64-bit demo||64-bit demo||64-bit demo|
Where is the Renoise 3.0 download?
Renoise 3.0 is currently in public beta test, available for all users with a Renoise 3.0 license from our backstage. Once the final version is released, a demo version will appear on this page
The advantage of 64-bit is mainly being able to use more than 4 GB of RAM, and that the 64-bit version runs slightly faster. Whether you are using a 32-bit or 64-bit version, Renoise's internal audio precision remains exactly the same. To run the 64-bit version, your OS must be a 64-bit one. If in doubt, use the 32-bit version. It will always work on any OS.
- If you rarely or never use plugins, and have a 64-bit OS, go for the 64-bit version of Renoise as well. The 64-bit version can use more than 4 GB of memory and will perform a little better.
- If you use a lot of plugins, your OS is a 64-bit one, and most of your plugins are available as 64-bit plugins, then you might also want to go for the 64-bit version of Renoise.
- When ReWire is an important part of your workflow, make sure that both the ReWire host and slave (Renoise and some other application) are both either 32-bit or 64-bit. ReWire does not work across the "bit boundary".
- No ASIO support on Windows
- Rendering to .wav is disabled
- Rendering/resampling selections is disabled
- Rendering/freezing plugin instruments to samples is disabled
- Nag screens
- As ReWire Master, only the first stereo input bus will be available
- As ReWire Slave, Renoise will occasionally generate a small subtle hiss
Beginners Video Tutorial
A step-by-step guide to create a song in Renoise:
LearnRenoise on Youtube.
Renoise Quickstart GuideQuickstart Guide PDF
Japanese Quickstart Guide
Renoise User ManualRenoise User Manual PDF
Renoise User Manual Wiki
Have fun with Renoise!