Product demos

Here you can download free demo versions of our software, as well as product manuals.

 

Renoise 3.0.1 - Windows 32 bit
Renoise 3.0.1 - Windows 64 bit
Redux 1.0.1 - Windows
(contains 64/32 bit VST versions)
Renoise 3.0.1 - OSX 32 bit
Renoise 3.0.1 - OSX 64 bit
Redux 1.0.1 - OSX
(contains 64/32 bit VST/AU versions)
Renoise 3.0.1 - Linux 32 bit
Renoise 3.0.1 - Linux 64 bit
Redux 1.0.1 - Linux
(contains 64/32 bit VST versions)

Documentation

  Quickstart Guide PDF
  Renoise User Manual PDF
  Renoise User Manual Wiki
  Japanese Quickstart Guide
  LearnRenoise on Youtube
  Beginners Questions - Forum

Documentation

  Quickstart Guide PDF
  Quickstart Guide PDF (Japanese)
  Redux User Manual Wiki
  Beginners Questions - Forum

Renoise System Requirements

To run Renoise, you’ll need an Intel Mac with Mac OS X (10.4 for 32 bit, 10.6 for 64 bit), a Windows PC running Windows 7, 8, Vista or XP (32 or 64 bit). or Linux with GCC 4.X libs. For more details, see system requirements

Redux System Requirements

To run Redux, you’ll need an Intel Mac with Mac OS X (10.4 for 32 bit, 10.6 for 64 bit), a Windows PC running Windows 7, 8, Vista or XP (32 or 64 bit). or Linux with GCC 4.X libs. For more details, see system requirements

Renoise Demo Restrictions

  • 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

Redux Demo Restrictions

  • When not registered, Redux will generate a subtle hiss. Otherwise, the software is fully functional

Renoise Installation Notes

If you get an "Renoise can't be opened because it is from an unidentified developer" alert from OSX, then control-click or right-click the Renoise.app icon and choose "Open". Please have a look at this Apple support page for more information about OSX Gatekeeper.


Should I download the 32-bit or 64-bit version?

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".