I've not yet found any problems with the multi-mic handling, except for the ones you already helped me solve, I think it's quite straightforward. The only related area where I've found limitations is with some of the effects not being multi-channel too.
I have the next chapters of the tutorial in the pipeline which will cover modulators, scripting and interface design, so it does have some sort of priority (compared to fixing the forum IP address issue :)). Also the vast majority of feedback I am getting is "crank up the documentation" so I'd be pretty ignorant if I wouldn't listen to this.
To answer the OPs question about exporting: you have to call Synth.addToFront(true); (or preferably, his new companion, Content.makeFrontInterface(700, 400); in the onInit callback. This will allow you to preview the plugin by clicking on the home button.
However in order to export the plugin, you'll have to setup your system compilers (Xcode on OS X and Visual Studio on Windows). HISE does not include a compiler, but generates project files for the mentioned IDEs and launches a command line script that invokes the compilation, so if everything goes smoothly, you don't have to touch any C++ code while getting a natively compiled plugin.
Aha, thanks for the info about the API list, I am avoiding booting HISE for a couple of days until i have read whatever i can find of use.
Let me know if you want a hand with the website and such Christopher, would be no bother to me and to be fair I would rather you are updating HISE too hahahaha
I create tutorials on Youtube and so on anyway, and run a bunch of sites, so if you need any help just give me a yell ;)
Yes, that is right. I am working on a 3rd party library that will be released in the near future, which will be the first commercial product made with HISE (this will also be the time for the 1.0 version).
I am working on a tutorial that guides you through the process of building a basic sample library (I have the next chapter nearly finished), but I am currently extremely busy with music related projects (which will change in the next weeks).
As soon as there are projects I'll definitely add a list with HISE powered libraries.
The script needs to be in the subfolder "Scripts" of the "SynthPresets" folder.
This is the most cross-system way I could think of. In the end product the script will be embedded into the patch but for developing purposes this seems better to me.