Hise Path and a couple of newbie questions.



  • Hi everyone , I tried HISE at some point in time when it was a baby and I am now revisting what seems to be a awesome program, I am however a complete newb and need a bit of help to get going.

    I made this plugin in FS filter a 2 lr crop.png
    But now I really want to get into HISE.

    1. How can I set this HISE path and what do I need for that ?
    2. Do I need to download visual studio ?
    3. What do I need to export Mac plugins on a win platform?
    4. Any tips for a newb to get going , tutorials or snippets I can download somewhere ?

    Ps...Silly question :I cant find any kind of traditional "SAVE" , how can I save my progress or iterations of what I am working on ?

    Thanks everyone for your time.
    Arnar



  • @lalalandsynth

    1: Instructions are here - https://github.com/christophhart/HISE
    2: If you're on Windows you will need VS2017
    3: You can't, you'll need a Mac to compile on Mac and a GNU/Linux machine to compile on GNU/Linux, and a Windows machine to compile on Windows.
    4: hise.audio - Read all of the documentation and watch all the videos. I have more videos here that you might find helpful. Also you should read all of the blog posts - https://forum.hise.audio/?cid[]=10

    File >> Save Archive or CTRL+S to save.

    While HISE can export FX plugins that is not its main purpose and without some C++ there is not a great deal you can do FX wise other than repackage the FX that come with it.

    Who designed your GUI?



  • @lalalandsynth said in Hise Path and a couple of newbie questions.:

    I made this plugin in FS

    Sorry, FS is for... ?



  • @ossian1961 Flow Stone (old name Synth Maker). It doesn't support Mac and AAX plugins. Only supports 32 bit vst for Windows officially. Users are trying to make it compatible with Win 64 bit, and 64 bit version is on development stage. An abondoned software by the company owners.
    Easy to use but not efficient like HISE.



  • @orange said in Hise Path and a couple of newbie questions.:

    @ossian1961 Flow Stone (old name Synth Maker). It doesn't support Mac and AAX plugins. Only supports 32 bit vst for Windows officially. Users are trying to make it compatible with Win 64 bit, and 64 bit version is on development stage. An abondoned software by the company owners.
    Easy to use but not efficient like HISE.

    Ah, now I remember about it. I know SynthEdit too that in the last release 64 bit can export VST3 (not AU though) for MAC too.



  • @d-healey Thanks , I will probably be playing with repackaging its fx to begin with as well as making some virtual instruments. Then hopefully i will learn to take it further.

    The gui is a template from Voger design which I customized for this plugin.
    Voger.jpg

    1. Potentially a silly question , do I have to compile it rather then use the .exe ? If so what is the exe meant for ?
      Just curious.

    2. For the mac side of things , I can export the project from my windows machine and then compile on mac, right , I would think ?



  • @orange This plug in is 64 bit.



  • Here is the complete plugin in case you guys are interested.
    Filter.jpg Envelope+.jpg Presets.jpg Master.jpg LFO.jpg Here is the complete plugin in case you guys are interested.



  • @lalalandsynth said in Hise Path and a couple of newbie questions.:

    Potentially a silly question , do I have to compile it rather then use the .exe ? If so what is the exe meant for ?

    There is a pre-built exe which you can use but it will never be as up to date as the source code. So if you want the latest version you should compile it yourself. It's not difficult and you need to be able to do it anyway because the same setup is required to export plugins from HISE (although on Windows and Mac a lot of the export is automated).

    For the mac side of things , I can export the project from my windows machine and then compile on mac, right , I would think ?

    You can open your HISE project on any machine no matter what OS you made it with.



  • @d-healey said in Hise Path and a couple of newbie questions.:

    open your HISE project on any machine no matter what OS you made it with.

    Thanks again , pretty excited to get into it .


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