Hunz - When Victims Fight

When Victims Fight

Tracking demoscene veteran Hunz returns to his glorious vocal driven pop with a new CD release that's a testament to just how good you can make music using computers (and a bit of Renoise too!). The European release is out on Apegenine, the same label that hosted Kaneel's masterwork I've Sketched It A While Ago, and you can expect the same level of quality here.


Mutant Breaks Compo

Calling out to all the IDM/breakbeat/breakcore heads out there. Take your best shot and show what you are worth in the Mutant Breaks Compo.

Mutant Breaks Compo thread


June 27th, 2008


"The reckless pursuit of utopia at all costs, even utopia"


Groovy bassline in less than 5 minutes

This tutorial covers the 2nd half of the Renoise Workflow video. We will continue where we left off, about 4 minutes in the video.


Fat beat in less than 10 minutes

Neil from the bigbeat collective Shaper shows you how he produces a track in Renoise. Learn to create a fat beat in less than 10 minutes.


Write music the Linux way with Renoise 1.9.1 Final

The first Linux version of Renoise has finally gone gold. We have spent the last few months finetuning to complement the versatility offered by the various Linux distributions and we think it paid off. Renoise has become one of the most stable and integrated music production applications available on the platform.


First Release Candidate of Renoise 1.9.1 for Linux

Here is the first Release Candidate of the Linux version of Renoise 1.9.1. There is also a free demo to evaluate the software before you register.


Kaneel Sketches It

For some of us here in the Renoise community, Kaneel's debut commercial album has been a long time coming. Released on Apegenine Records, "I've Sketched It A While Ago" hosts a mature collection of songs with intense glitched beatwork married with beautiful child-like pop melody. I recently spoke with Kaneel on the Renoise IRC channel about all this: what you have below is the lightly edited transcript.

Renoise 1.9.1 Final and public Linux demo

The Renoise Team is pleased to announce the first ever public Renoise demo for Linux.

As a Linux user you may come to appreciate Renoise's hands-on and fundamental approach to music production. For those on other platforms, now is the chance to experience Renoise on the operating system that has become famous for its flexibility and stability.


The ReSelektor 2

Time for the second edition of The ReSelektor, showcasing some of the top releases from the end of last year and the start of this year. Let's go:

FreakOST - Stonerman :: Chippy joy meets some sort of postmodern Greek folk music-doof and gets nicely noisy. Perfect for easy digestion for those on a C64 nostalgia diet wanting to see the style pushed into weird goodness.


Renoise 1.9.1 Beta with Linux Port!

Say Hi to Tux the Penguin!

Linux's official mascotte wearing a Renoise tattoo can mean only one thing. Hm. Yes indeed, Renoise has been ported to Linux!

To help you get up and running with Renoise for Linux, we have prepared a FAQ. We also have set up a forum section for all your questions, experiences and suggestions.



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