One could only dream
If the fx board can do it, I m ordering one
In what sense? Like, you do you need to apply timestretch as a low latency DSP? Like if you were doing a live performance and wanted to pitch correct it?
Sorry, just trying to understand, but most people use their S2400 for offline style production / compositions anyway, right? In which case offline rendering would just be another part of that process.
In my recent forum post, I did something like this using external MIDI; I achieved a “realtime-ish” timestretch via the sequencer window of the software Renoise sending data to the S2400. I could increase the resolution and see how far I can push if before things break if there is interest. Regardless, this still requires “pre-meditation” because you have to sequence it. There are tools in renoise to do this quickly, but surely not as fast as just hitting the offline timestretch botton on the S2400.