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  1. Wut, like granular synthesis level compositional strategies? ๐Ÿ™‚ Curtis Roads springs to mind, wrote books about it. https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/microsound Them electro acoustical dudes are about that grimy grainy micro life.
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  3. There are pattern commands which let you change phrases in the pattern editor ( Zxx - Trigger phrase number xx (01 - 7E, 00 = no phrase, 7F = keymap mode), https://tutorials.renoise.com/wiki/Effect_Commands )) and/or you can switch phrases in the automation editor. Note; when using the pattern commands, you'll need to supply a note-event with it. If you want to use the automation editor to draw in phrase changes, you'll first need to add a meta device through the trackDSP tab named "*Instr. Macros", go to the particular device in the automation editor and enter your points or lines in "Phrase Program". It still needs note-events in the pattern editor as well for the phrases to sound.
  4. Last month I've bought two secondhand Amiga monitors which both broke in a few minutes. One has issues with the on/off button, the other ones image won't stabilize, fml.
  5. There's no sequencer in redux which lets you string together phrases into some kind of redux song, the idea is that you use redux inside your daw of choice and use the daws sequencer to arrange the phrases/patterns from redux. It is great fun creating a bunch of different phrases dividing them over the keyboard using the keyzones tab. So for example you can have a set of midi keys dedicated to basslines, another set to breaks, some for vocals etcetera, and live record these using your playing chops into some kind of arrangement. Or perhaps not live play, but through lego block tinkering in a painoroll/step sequencer of choice. There are great tools out there that facilitate making phrases out of existing Renoise song projects, saved instruments from Renoise can be loaded into redux; https://www.renoise.com/tools/phrasemate I've used phrasemate a lot when creating the Djeroek library packs that can be used in Renoise & Redux; https://files.renoise.com/forum/downloads/Libraries/ The same pattern commands, native dsp apply in Redux as in Renoise, it is basically Renoise's instrument editor section made available for other daws.
  6. dunno compared to other daws, but you can set the track headroom in the Song options (top of the gui Song tab / Song options). I think default is minus 6 dB, set it to 0 for moar juice.
  7. `Yeah, well, you know, that's just, like, your opinion, man.` Perhaps not what you`re looking for. I know some people with alternate views, including myself. Hell yes! Been playing around with aftas loop tool lately, mucho potential. The instruments editor modulation section would be a great candidate for it. I wouldn`t mind a crude implementation where you can use pattern commands to specify marker positions, set loop mode (normal, backwards, pingpong).
  8. Pianoroll? Dunno about the devs tracking dogmas, but I think available development time is the reason you wont see that soon. Taktik has shared juggling multiple projects on more than one OS plus a family. Being the sole programmer at the moment he picks his battles wisely. I wouldn't mind stuff like that but would rather see more nerd stuff, moar pattern commands ๐Ÿ˜.
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