New Renoise “tool”: Empty KeyBindings.xml

Picture of Renoise's preferences window.

For a long time, I’ve been meaning to update my Renoise keybindings to work better with my MacBook Pro’s keyboard. Eventually, I want to add some Vim-like functionality to Renoise, but that will involve getting my hands dirty with Lua (a language so small that you have to create your own functions just to show the contents of a table, the primary data structure of the language). But for now, I offer you a blank slate for customizing Renoise’s keybindings completely. I really do mean completely: This even clears out key commands for Quit, Preferences, and other commonly accessed menu items. You should really back up your key commands before you load this. You have been warned!