Pattern Editor

Module Splitter

This tool splits old style Modules into a separate Track for each Instrument.
Ideal for converting retro module formats (mutiple instruments / track) layouts into a more usable (single instrument / track) layout for further editing in Renoise.
The conversion process is a single pass process that will split the entire Module into separate instrument tracks, labelling each one with the original instrument name.
Optional Note-off commands can get automatically inserted to keep the module sounding just like the original. Ghost Notes (notes with no instrument number) are also supported.

Pattern Split Plus

This is a more flexible pattern split tool that will split the currently selected pattern into a specified number of sub-patterns of equal size.

For example, if you are editing a pattern 128 lines long, and you want to split into 4 patterns 32 lines long, this tool will accomplish that. It also takes automation into account.

Scale Finder

Adds "Scale finder" tool into the Tools menu. Lets user insert chords based on a selected scale to the pattern editor.

To preview the chord, keep mouse button pressed on the selected chord.

Epic Arpeggiator

V3.0 (Click on the discussion link for V3.0 download!):
Instrument arpeggio's or sequencing by automating the pitch envelope;
Microtonal sequences possible;
Scale finder tool included for quick chord creation;
Export pattern sequence to pitch envelope:single note sequence or chords to arpeggio's and mixed mode sequences.
Storage of unlimited favorite presets

V2.0:
Arpeggiating note-schemes, instruments and velocity ranges (including volume fx commands)
Generate a fixed note-ladder and a fixed delay profile or generate a completely custom note profile and a custom line distance profile to assemble your arpeggiated note-schemes.
Possible work-areas: Selection, track and column, the last two either in pattern or complete song mode.
Other features:
-Chord mode
-Random mode
-Fetch note schemes from existing tracks

Volume Scale

Change log:
* Fixed bug happening when Master or Send tracks were selected
+ New clear button to clear all volume information within the selection
+ "Process notes only" When toggled, volume is written to note columns with notes. If disabled, volume information is written in all the note columns of the selection.

Volume scale (suggested shortcut Alt-V)
This recreates a simple version of the classic "Volume Scale" function available in Fasttracker 2.
Useful to create fade in/out volume, quickly reduce/amplify volume by certain amount on a selection.

Paketti

Impulse Tracker shortcuts, non-Renoise shortcuts, midi controls, VST/AU shortcuts.. and tweaks. 2nd keybinds, etc.

Auto Capture Instrument From First Note

This tool gives an alternative feature to renoise`s "Auto Capture Instrument From Pattern".

-Instead of capturing the closest note, it will always capture the very first note in the track, even if there are no notes in the current pattern.

-To improve the speed of capture:

Whenever you change tracks, the instrument number is recorded in the first line of the first pattern automatically. (if not already present)

Menu Location:
Tools : Ledger`s Scripts : Auto-Capture Form First Note

Randomize Notes

Randomizes or shuffles notes in various tonal modes and ranges, in order to create new random variations of existing sequences.

SetMetaValue

This tool sets the meta (vol/pan/dly) value in selected range for all notes.

-Type in the value then press return and all notes will have their relevant meta values changed.
-To change the field effected type V (for vol) or P (for pan) or L (for delay)

Shortcut to activate:
Set Meta Value

Menu Location:
Tools : Ledger`s Scripts : Set Meta Values

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v1.01 -- added menu entry under: Tools : Ledger`s Scripts : Set Meta Values

Note Off Tool

Allows you to control multiple note-length values in a renoise pattern selection or track via the tools GUI. Also adds some extra note-off shortcuts to renoise: "Add Note-Offs To Empty Cells in Row" and "Add Note-Offs To Empty Cells in [Whole Pattern Row]"

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