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Renoise & Redux User Manual Renoise & Redux User Manual
Welcome to the user manual for Renoise and its plugin sibling, Redux. Both programs provide a large number of features which perform a wide variety of tasks for music and sound creation. This manual will help you to understand how everything works by explaining all aspects of Renoise and Redux in detail. You can use the column to the left to look through the list of topics or use the search function above it to find something specific. If you're a complete beginner, it's recommended to start with the Introduction To Renoise and Introduction To Redux sections.
If you have any questions or suggestions, then please don't hesitate to contact us.
Beginner's Video Tutorial Beginner's Video Tutorial
The Beginner's Tutorial provides a step by step guide to creating a song from scratch and is perfect for those new to Renoise or computer composing in general. If you'd prefer to download it instead of watching online, you can grab the videos here:
- Beginners Tutorial Part 1 - Getting Started
- Beginners Tutorial Part 2 - Building A Beat
- Beginners Tutorial Part 3 - Track Effects
- Beginners Tutorial Part 4 - Automation
- Beginners Tutorial Part 5 - Sequencing
Quickstart Guides Quickstart Guides
Alternatively, you can check out the Quickstart Guides for Redux and Renoise. These PDF guides briefly explain the main concepts of Redux/Renoise and are recommended for those who are already familiar with other music applications.
Effect Commands Quick Reference Card Effect Commands Quick Reference Card
If you are familiar with Renoise/Redux already but need a quick overview of all Effect Commands, check out the Effect Commands Reference Card, available in four different versions:
Copyright © 2016 by the Renoise authors. All rights reserved. All other product and company names are registered trademarks of their respective owners. The Renoise User Manual was created by Duncan Hemingway [Achenar], Vincent Voois [vV], Sato Takashi [sato], Dac Chartrand [Conner_BW], Eduard Müller [taktik] and Erik Jälevik [sharevari]