Monthly Archives: January 2016

My Track for Mutant Breaks Competition

Hi. A few days ago I’ve done a track for Mutant Breaks competition, which is a fun little competition that’s run every year on Renoise forums. There are lots of cool tracks by fellow Renoise users and pretty much every one includes a project file in .xrns format, so head out to the forums and check them out if you are interested. And, here’s my track:

If you would like to see how it’s made download the .xrns project here. Please note that the Renoise project isn’t 100% identical as I had to replace some VST’s with freebies but it’s close for the most part. I’ll make a full native one next year!

Hope you like it.

-Emre.

VS 24: Programming Breakbeats in Renoise/Redux

Hi. It’s time for a new tutorial. This one is a method of programming and processing breakbeats in Renoise/Redux. This has been on my mind for a long time but I’m actually glad I haven’t done it before as there’s a very cool change that came with Redux (or Renoise 3.1) which makes this whole process really fast, fun & straightforward. I’m talking about the ability to “Render to Phrase” and I’ll get into more detail about this great function below. Make sure you check out the project file if you aren’t sure how any of the following steps work.

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