xStream is a tool that allows you to generate or transform existing
pattern/automation data via custom code.
Depending on your experience with lua scripting, you can use the tool's
built-in functionality or create new scripts (models) from scratch
The Composers Desktop Project (CDP) is a collection of command line sound editing and transformation functions that can be run from the terminal. This tool provides an interface to these processes and integrates them into a Renoise workflow.
There are a wide variety of processes including sound morphing, combining, convolving, granular processing etc. Over 800 processes are supported by this tool which includes the vast majority of processes offered by CDP.
This tool adds highly configurable pattern-data sorting to Renoise. You can sort notes by scope (selection in pattern/phrase, column/track in pattern, and more), using various sorting algorithms.
Stepp0r is a step sequencer and pattern organizer for renoise. Control your favorite DAW with you favorite hardware. Move away from the mouse and keyboard to catch the flow of your current mood, or pimp your renoise skills with an additional powerful interface.
This is the Launchpad version, which only works with this device. Here are some Features
PadSynth is a sample generator that uses the algorithm designed by Nasca Octavian Paul. The idea behind this synth is that you describe the frequency spectrum of a sound, by assigning values to its harmonics. The sound is then generated from this spectrum, but with a twist: a "spread" is applied to the harmonics, so that the sound feels more "natural", less exact and digital.
PhraseMate aims to make it more convenient to work with phrases in Renoise, particularly if you prefer a keyboard-centric workflow. Copy phrases into the pattern editor, or vice versa, and make the tool insert "set phrase" commands (Zxx) automatically as you are entering notes into a song.
Renoise Tools are scripts (XRNX files) that can be plugged into Renoise 2.6 and higher to add new features. To install a Tool, simply drag and drop the downloaded XRNX file onto a Renoise window.
Create your own Tools
Renoise Tools are built upon the Renoise Scripting API. If you want to know how to create your own Tools, please visit the Renoise Scripting mini-site and download the XrnxStarterPack.
Installed Tools can be automatically updated with the Tool Updater, which is pre-installed in Renoise 2.8 or later versions. To update your tools click on the Help/Find Tool Updates... menu in Renoise.