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Renoise News articles removed from In:Depth's home page

Due to popular demand, all articles in the Renoise News category are now removed from In:Depth's home page and main feed. With this change, we hope to increase attention on the real purpose of In:Depth: tutorials and technical articles related to Renoise.

Arguru passes away in a car accident

We are sad to hear that Arguru has died in a car accident on 3 June 2007.  He was a very talented programmer and creator of a lot of great software, including NoiseTrekker, which formed the basis for the very first version of Renoise.



Renoise supports Sound Design course at the University of California

Traditional horizontal sequencers are widely used for educational purposes, but how well do trackers fare on schools and universities nowadays? In any case, it would be interesting to see how students respond to working with Renoise. Recently we sponsored several copies of Renoise for use in a Digital Video & Sound Design course at the University of California, Los Angeles.


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