One Hour Compo on 18 Oct 19:30 GMT

Update: Renoise 1.9.0RC2 has just been released, so it is a double party! Rules have been changed accordingly.


Sneaking into Renoise 1.9

The very first public demo and Release Candidate for registered users of Renoise 1.9 will arrive a little bit later than promised.

In the meantime, check out the Renoise 1.9 sneak peek by everyone's favorite Renoise monkey, the honorable Mr. Baguette.


ADC Processing Delay Compensation For Audio Recording

The secret delay problem that your soundcard's company does not want to be too public about. Let us dig deeper to solve the problem. The reward: recordings that sit perfectly in your mix.

Category: downtime

The server on which is hosted experienced hardware failure, causing the site to be down for the past day. It appears all data has now been restored without any significant loss of data. If the site does not look or behave correctly, please be patient as we tie up the remaining loose ends. If you experience anything inordinary related to the site, please contact us. We apologize for any inconvenience.

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.

Advanced Midi Routing for Renoise

There are numerous reasons to send MIDI data between Renoise and another program, merge MIDI data or even send MIDI data to a different computer.

In this tutorial I will try to cover every possible scenario.

This article focuses on PCs running Windows. However, the guidelines may also apply to other platforms.


Submit your XRNT Device Chains!

The testing of Renoise 1.9 betas continue. We all hope you're doing your very best to hunt out those bugs. Right now we need a little creativity for a project - we need effect chains in the XRNT format. If you have made some interesting FX combinations, let the world hear them and let us include them into the final release. Please use only internal Renoise FX for the device chains, so that they always work out of the box without having this or that VST installed. Have a look at some of the examples here and submit your own:

BeatBattle 5 Prizes

BeatBattle 5's Final Ranking has been published, so it is time to give all the winners their prizes. In fact, all plugins from CamelAudio, Crysonic, NUSofting and Tone2, and the Trotch discography, have already been given away. We are now collecting personal information from those who win the Renoise licenses and WusikStations. At the moment of writing, we have sent e-mails to ranks 5 to 9. If you are one of them, please answer as quickly as possible, so we can proceed with the next ranks. We might have prizes for ranks up to 20, so stay alert.

BeatBattle 5 Grand Finale Tonight

Renoise's epic music compo BeatBattle 5 ~Underwater~ is coming to an end. The final ranking will be determined and published tonight, 31 July 2007 at 23:59 + 2:00 GMT. After that time, althought it will still be possible to rate and review, the outcome of the compo cannot be influenced anymore. Which songs do you think will be make it to the top 5? If you haven't done so, leave a rating for the songs while you still can! Update - results are in!

BeatBattle 5 - voting ends soon

It is almost time to announce the winners of the Renoise BeatBattle 5 ~Underwater~ music competition. Be quick if you still want your opinion on the songs to be heard, because the voting closing date is only 4 days away: 31 July 2007. Vote now: BeatBattle 5 voting


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