Thanks to dustbro and everybody that contributes to the forum
ulrik last edited by ulrik
dustbro said : "Samplers can only be assigned to different outputs if the number of outputs from the container match the number of outputs in the master container."
@dustbro Thank you, thank you, thank you!! I've been struggling with multichannel for a while and found your answer in the linked topic, works perfect!!
@Christoph-Hart Is it not time to make a dedicated "Category" for working tips and solutions to common questions? There is so much knowledge all around in the forum and it would be nice to have them all in the same category.
I guess it's a lot of work to do that, and you are occupied with a lot of other useful stuff so, could we find a way to organise it so that the members could "mark" useful topics in some way and then the administrator, (I guess that's you, or are there more people involved to manage this site?), could move them to this category?
Christoph Hart last edited by
Well, @Dominik-Mayer is also involved with the web stuff and the docs, but we're both pretty busy right now
The best place for something like this is probably here, this category is meant to be filled over time with useful stuff.
The doc sources are public and on GitHub and I am happy to accept pull requests there, so feel free to add stuff that you think helps other people (the best format would be a snippet along with some description and the link to the forum discussion).
ulrik last edited by
@Christoph-Hart Ah, the "Recipes" of course, and snippets are indeed very handy, thank you for the tip!
Dalart last edited by
Yeah I'd like to thank everyone for contributing as well. I'm not a coder at all and the snippets and explanations given have helped me make progress towards my goal of building a catalog of plugins. I'm not sure where I'd be at this point without all of the helpful people around here.
HISE is the stuff of dreams and I thank you @Christoph-Hart for making this application.
dustbro last edited by
I still have my training wheels on, but I'm glad I could help!
ulrik last edited by
@dustbro it's appreciated!