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Redux

58€ / 65$
Redux - Phrase Editor
Redux - Waveform Editor Redux - DSP FX Redux - Sample Keyzones Redux - Modulation Redux - Compact Mode Redux - Compact Mode/Dark
Redux by Renoise is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin for macOS, Windows and Linux. It functions as a VST Plugin and an Audio Units Plugin.
Product
Version
1.3
System Requirements
Windows PC running Windows 7, 8, Vista or XP (32 or 64-bit), CPU with SSE2
Product
Version
1.3
System Requirements
Intel or M1 based Mac with macOS 10.11 or later
Product
Version
1.3
System Requirements
Linux with GCC 4.X libs, CPU with SSE2
Instrument
Formats
Sample Formats
Loads and/or Saves
AIFF, MP3, sfz, WAV, XI, XRNI
Copy Protection
Watermark
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Redux is the Renoise instrument, for the first time available as a VST/AU plugin. Redux is a powerful combination of a a sampler and phrase sequencer, and has inherited and expanded upon a unique set of features from its bigger brother, Renoise:

  • Instrument + Sampler: With its full-featured MIDI implementation, Redux is an expressive sample-based instrument. Check out the bundled presets to experience the diversity and range of sounds you can achieve with Redux.
  • Sequencer: The sequencer in Redux is closely integrated with the instrument, and used to create musical phrases. These phrases are controlled via notes and program-change events, and allow you to alter the playback in a variety of ways.
  • Open-ended: Create sounds from scratch with the built-in sample recorder and draw tool. Or import existing files by simple drag and drop. Redux understands most common audio file-formats, including the .sfz multi-sample format.
  • Tracker Notation: Redux has inherited and expanded upon a rich set of features from its big brother, Renoise, including techniques to trigger notes and control sample playback with surgical precision.
  • Sample Modulation: Redux offers true per-note polyphonic modulation, which can be used to transform your material into anything from a short stab to a lush ambient soundscape.
  • Dozens of DSP FX: With a large selection of DSP effects and a quasi-modular system that allows devices to modulate one another, the sound design possibilities of Redux are almost endless.
  • Macro Controls: Redux features a straightforward automation system with eight globally accessible macro controls. Each of these macros can be connected to any number of parameters and functions under the hood.
  • Keyboard Driven: A tracker typically make use of numerous keyboard shortcuts and commands. Redux features an innovative on-screen keyboard to help unlock these secrets and provide visual feedback.
  • Waveform Editor: Any good sampler should have a waveform editor and Redux is no different. Use it to adjust volume levels, cut leading or trailing silence, apply effects, chop samples into slices... and much more.
  • Presets everywhere: Almost every section of Redux can save and recall its particular settings. This includes phrases, (multi-) samples, modulation sets, individual effects or full chains... and, of course, the instrument as a whole.
  • Cross-platform: Redux is available for Windows, OS X and Linux, in VST and AudioUnit formats. Your license does not restrict you to any particular platform and is fully portable.

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robohymn
robohymn
11 June 2015 at 5:11pm

Just fantastic. I'm a Renoise owner, haven't bought a license for Redux yet, but the demo has shown me what an asset it is in Reaper, and likely other DAWs I haven't/can't test. The new vowel filter alone is almost worth the price of a Redux license, it's awesome. Hope Redux serves to attract a lot of new people to Renoise itself, really want to see this company thrive.

Hanz Meyzer
Hanz Meyzer
15 June 2015 at 3:36pm

Yes, it's indeed fantastic. This semi-modular concept of fx, the distortion and the filters - just wow. 10/10 for me. You can do so much more with it then with the common samplers. This software should be promoted much more. For me missing is a import functionality of Kontakt and EXS24 instruments (and maybe sound font?) just as Studio One 3 provides now, since there is the most content going on... But I have to admit that I am not used to SFZ so far. Maybe there is much better content available for SFZ... I read somewhere that Calkwalk VSTs like Rapture and Z3TA 2 use SFZ libs...

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Hanz Meyzer
Hanz Meyzer
15 June 2015 at 3:38pm

BTW. I bought it instantly.

ansolas
ansolas
11 April 2016 at 5:08pm

Can you actually record samples with it or is it just a Sampler Player ?

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