I've been trying to rebuild the UI from scratch, I find the ui designer really slow compared to working in the script (especially with multiple cursors) though so I've been creating controls in the JSON view, however like I said when I hit F5 it takes me to the on init so that becomes quite cumbersome too. I also just had a problem with a bunch of controls I'd created in the JSON randomly disappearing along with the JSON code... Should I not hit F5 in the JSON view but go to the normal script to compile or should I do it in both views?
Also, when using the interface designer, is it still possible to split a UI into multiple files and combine them all in the front interface script?
yes it was pretty embarassing to go to the ADC this year running an ancient JUCE version and there are a ton of cool features that have been added since then (a better convolution engine, DSP algorithms and many improvements for iOS).
It's definitely on my top priority list to take the leap to the current JUCE version, but it involves changing the entire build procedure and modifying the JUCE codebase with the few custom additions I made for HISE. Don't hold your breath for it (but I try to do it this year).
I just noticed, the front interface isn't an external script but yet it doesn't show up and the playable range script it's picking up the one combo box but not the rest of it, I'm guessing it's also finding the mic mixer script since it expands to the correct height...
It transforms the console output from the mess you posted above into something more comprehensible.
I don‘t think it‘s mandatory so you should be able to compile without it, but on the other hand installing this is pasting one line into the terminal and then you‘re set. Check out the link to the GitHub repo I posted above.
maybe i will write a stupid thing but...
i remembered when working with RackAfx that Will Pirkle created his rompler with integrated (hardcoded) samplepath to do this thing (bidirectionnal) and explained in his book that with streamed samples it's not possible. so it seems that Kontakt don't "stream" samples, but load them before in temp memory to do this.
sure it's a great function. but i prefer without but with streamed samples.
Not sure of this... Must have confirmation by someone else...
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