Easy Tune

Description

Detects the pitch of a sample and then sets the transpose and finetune values so that it plays at C. It can work on all samples within an instrument so useful for building layered instruments and keeping layers in tune.

Works best on monophonic sounds that have a constant pitch.

Usage:
The sample tuning is calculated from the entire sample or the selected sample range in the Sample Editor.

The tool provides a number of menu options and an assignable kb shortcut which affect how it runs:
- Instrument List Context Menu: Tunes all samples in the selected instrument
- Sample Waveform Context Menu: Tunes the currently selected sample (or range)
- Sample List Context Menu: Provides a sub menu from which you can choose to tune the 'Selected Sample' or 'All Samples'
- Keyboard Shortcut - Tunes all samples in the selected instrument

Downloads

Renoise VersionDownloadsDate
com.afta8.EasyTune V1.503.02275Apr 7th, 2014

Installation: Drop the Tool File (.xrnx) on a Renoise window to install.

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