A note-transformation tool for Renoise
Select a group of notes using Renoise's selection box. Then activate Reform in one of 3 ways:
The Reform window will appear in focus. You can now transform your note selection by Reform's graphical controls and local hotkeys.
Expand or shrink the selected notes' timings. Anchor sets the coordinate where notes expand from/shrink to. Rotary extends slider's range.
Redistribute the selected notes' timings along one of the available curve types. Anchor controls whether this happens in Note-Range or Selection-Range.
Shift all of the selected notes forward or backward equally. Rotary extends slider's range.
Use available empty columns when necessary to avoid notes being overwritten.
Use as few columns as possible without notes being overwritten.
Redistribute note timings evenly. Anchor controls whether this happens in Note-Range or Selection-Range.
Determines which notes are preserved in the event of note collisions. The options are to keep earlier notes, later notes, notes which are selected, and notes which are not selected.
Controls the coordinate from which notes are Scaled, and the range within which notes are Curved and Redistributed. (Note-Range: from the first to the last note in the selection. Selection-Range: from the top to the bottom of the selection box.)
Remap Volume values to a new range and curve, and redistribute them evenly.
Remap Panning values to a new range and curve, and redistribute them evenly.
Remap Local FX Amount values to a new range and curve, and redistribute them evenly.
Playback the selected notes.
Playback from the edit cursor's position.
Edit cursor navigation.