Workflow

Session Time Tracker

The Session Time Tracker is a totally automatic time tracker for monitoring time spent on each song. If you have the tool installed, it will just work in the background, without altering your workflow in any way. The tool classifies time spent based on activity, for insight into which tasks take the most time.

If you choose to open the tool’s dialog, you’ll see the tool window update in realtime based on your usage. Saving the file will save the tracking information for the time you spent.

The Deliverer

The Deliverer is a batch rendering and archival tool for collecting mixdowns, stems, Renoise instruments, and raw samples, with customizable destination folders, export formats, and flexible naming for stems and mixdowns. It can batch render any combination of Master mixdown, individual track stems, and grouped track stems (submixes), with customizable filenames and destination folders for each.

SpeedBar

Speed bar for quickly searching keybindings using fuzzy matching that gets immediately out of the way when you press a key combination.

It will read all alphanumeric input and backspace as input to the search. Escape will clear the search; hit it again to close the dialog. Any other key combination entered will immediately close the dialog and pass directly to Renoise.

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RubberBand-Aid: Timeshift, Pitch Correction, and Multisample Builder

A full-featured frontend for the Rubber Band time stretching and pitch manipulation library that provides the ability to time-stretch or pitch correct any sample or selection thereof, and includes a multisample generator for building sample-based instruments that maintain attack, decay, and vibrato across the entire keyboard. Well-documented, with intuitive keyboard shortcuts for making edits FAST.

Multijump From/To Send

MULTIJUMP FROM/TO SEND V1.3b

Tool for quickly stepping thru all target send tracks of a source tracks and vice versa.

Arturia KeyLab mkII

The Arturia KeyLab mkII is a "bridge" tool to make these MIDI controller keyboards (KeyLab mkII 49, KeyLab mkII 61 or KeyLab mkII 88) compatible with Renoise.
In general, it enables all the extra buttons of the controller and converts the wheels and faders into dedicated controls for direct editing in the pattern editor and for navigation.
Activate the tool and go. The learning mode of MIDI mapping is not necessary! Turn this controller into something useful!!!

Tuned Shortcuts

This is a collection of shortcuts aiming at a faster and more simple keyboard based editing and recording workflow. It also provides you with alternatives to the vanilla shortcuts. And some mixing tools.

Spotlight

A helper for when you are mixing and want to zoom in on the details of a particular track, as an alternative to full solo.

GUI has:
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1) [BPM Buttons]

to speed or slow the BPM by 30. The original song BPM is shown in the text above.

2) Track selection popup

choose track you wish to solo

3) [Spotlight Solo button]:

Device Sergeant

Device Sergeant allows you to to have macro style control of all devices in the mixer of the same name.

To Use

Open the tool and navigate to the device you want to use as a master device. You can rename all devices that already share the same name using the text field. Alternatively name a few by hand to group them together for the tool. (devices must be of the same type)

Send mixer

This tool gives you a mixer to control all your send levels:

Menu : Tools:Ledger`s Scripts:Send Mixer

Shortcut : Global:Tools: Send Mixer

To use:

1) Choose target send track from switcher on top left.

2) Move sliders and send devices are automatically added if not already present

3) Navigate tracks by pressing the blank square buttons (left of `S` buttons). They light up green when a track is selected

4) solo tracks with the `S` buttons

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