Today I found out about another feature that makes HISE rock for me:
The decay curve of a HISE modulator is way closer to an ideal logarithmic one than I know it from Kontakt, Battery and many other software instruments. This comes very handy to me as I love to model analog synth drum sounds in digital realm.
To anyone looking for details on that:
Battery 4 and Kontakt 5 have a very steep curve, tending to almost linear – which is very different to how a native sound will decay.
HISE has a much finer finer curve, mimicking an almost perfectly logarithmic decay. With only a little imperfection: It breaks if it reaches -59.4 dbFS. See my comparison graphs below.
One thing I was surprised of to learn was that the Decay Curve parameter seems to not really alter the shape significantly. Turning it up to 100% makes it still look logarithmic like on 0% but seems to extend the actual time value. But that's not a problem to me as I rarely ever want a non-logarithmic decay.
When CGPT is used for writing Docs, Manual, correction it will do it's best. But when it works for specific softwares like HISE,JUCE etc... since it is unaware of HISE,JUCE API as a result it throws wrong output. I know it will be useful for near future for writing codes etc.. but now it is Funny for HISE for writing some coding.
Personally, I like your 3D topics. One thing is that I want to start my career as an online cartoon maker. Can you suggest me a better option for perusing my career in this field? I have a little bit of experience in this field. Please advice me on what should I do right now?
@Sawer We added two custom functions to the HISE scripting API for getting and setting the tags for individual presets. This allows us to look through all the available presets, make a database of the tags, and then sort them based on which tags are selected. Those functions aren't publicly available, but they're fairly easy to add :)