Anybody use Renoise?

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  1. MiloParsons

    MiloParsons 16 year old fanatic.

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    Just wondered if anybody used, and what you use it for?

    Thanks :)
     
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    was about to start using it, until I discovered ReViSiT :) Renoise is an amazing program though. But in general, trackers are the best for making breaks and percussion in my opionion.
     
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    MiloParsons 16 year old fanatic.

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    Well I admire artists like Danny Byrd and B-Complex, in the way that they edit vocals. I was just wondering if you could recommend a program to use to edit vocals? As in slice them up?

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    ehm, weren't we talking about trackers a sec ago?
    Well, try the fruity slicer or slicerx in fl studio, or otherwise hitpoints in cubase or recycle to slice. or do it oldskool and cut it yourself in a wave editor like wavelab, audition, cool edit whatever.
     
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    MiloParsons 16 year old fanatic.

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    Sorry :/, what is a tracker?
    Oh sweet thanks!
     
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    heh, I have no idea ;) good luck!
     
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    Fl-10's newtone is pretty handy for vocals.
     
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    LMAO!!!
     
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    nvm. I just noticed the thread is 2 years old...