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  • RE: IPP and convolution questions

    @crd Hmm, 2.5 seconds is nothing and shouldn't cause dropouts. What machine do you use for testing and how is the buffer size / sample rate?

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  • RE: Scriptnode feedback loop - aka howlround

    @dustbro Use a cabinet impulse response - there's no feedback without any kind of non-linear response. If you can make an impulse response from just the pickups, you'll get the closest to a "naked" feedback signal, but I wouldn't know how to achieve this.

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  • RE: IPP and convolution questions

    @ustk No that's a misunderstanding. It actually works and shifts the convolution of the tail to a background thread which takes some load off the audio thread (however it's not a real performance gain, it just might be able to distribute it better on multiple cores if they are available and idle).

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  • RE: Make expansion hr without samples

    is it possible to give these files more meaningful names without confusing the expansion system?

    Nah, that will confuse it completely 🙂

    Can zips be extracted in a loop? If so, does HISE automatically queue them or is it a free for all?

    Docs say this:

    The extraction process will be executed on the sample loading thread and you can assign a callback that is executed to track the extraction progress.

    So I guess it's queued and executed sequentially.

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  • RE: IPP and convolution questions

    @crd How long is the impulse? And have you checked whether multithreading solves it? Also if you're on Windows, using IPP is pretty much obligatory if you want to use the convolution reverb - on macOS the performance difference is negligible (which is why I'll probably remove it altogether on macOS).

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  • RE: Scriptnode feedback loop - aka howlround

    @dustbro You need to simulate the acoustic environment. Put a delay and a reverb between the feedback nodes.

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    Play some notes and gently move the gain parameter up (turn your speakers down for safety!). The feedback frequency will be determined by the delay time and some reverb parameters.

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  • RE: Scriptnode feedback loop - aka howlround

    I think the feedback value caps at 99% in order to avoid this (even if you set it above 1), but if you amplify the signal between send and receive with a separate node, it might create this effect.

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  • RE: Scripnode 101

    @dustbro Grab a reference to the network parameter and call it manually in a control callback.

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  • RE: Scripnode 101

    @dustbro Ah I see. It seems that the parameters from the scripted UI do not show up in the interface designer when you want to connect them.

    The solution: add a dummy parameter to the network, then the combobox will show up. HISE. No hacks required.

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  • RE: Scripnode 101

    @dustbro Any script processor that hosts a DSP network will forward the parameters by default to the network as this is what 99% of the use cases will require. If you don't want to do it, you need to call this method.

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