Pushing the envelope with Redhoot Oboemonger

Redhoot Oboemonger has just put out his second release on iTunes and Spotify. Not only that, but he has shared all 7 tracks from the album as Renoise playthroughs on Youtube (awesome!), and is also an accomplished visual artist.


Mutant Breaks #10 - Voting starts Dec.10th

The eclectic music competition known as Mutant Breaks (or MBC) has returned for the 10th time.

The competition is already in full swing, with a dozen entries and counting.
Join the challenge to vote, win prizes, or just for lulz. You decide!!

Deadline is December 10th

Forum link with rules, entries, etc.


Mutant Breaks #8

Mutant Breaks; the exceptionally well disorganised annual Renoise competition has returned!! The rules are simple – submit a Renoise track between 3-7 minutes long, based on this year’s theme.

Instrument-building: Electric Piano

In this tutorial we are going to create an authentic sounding electric piano in Renoise. Some of the topics covered: how to render samples from a plugin, layer sounds, cross-fade between keyzone layers and use the velocity-tracking devices for expressiveness


Renoise 3.0: Creating a layered instrument

In this exercise, we will recreate one of the instruments that come with Renoise 3, a drawbar organ emulation. This instrument is a great, general purpose tone generator - able to create sounds with a wide range of harmonics. At the end of the exercise, we should be able to control our creation via macros, too.

10 Ways to Extend Renoise's Internal Sequencer

Step Brother

Welcome to my first in-depth article. Here, I will attempt to provide a bit of overview in a specific area of inspired and unique scripts from fellow Renoise hackers. Hopefully, this will be the first in a series of ongoing articles about this subject!

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