before writing this topic, I searched everywhere on the forum to try to understand a chosen thing.
I can't create a vu meter using a strip film.
I designated the saw meter myself and when I meet it on my project in the form of a button assigned to a gain reduction of the compressor. nothing is happening.
I know there is quite a response already on this subject, but no one has detailed the simplest manipulation ...
It looks like you're trying to hook up a gain reduction meter to a dynamics module.
here ya go! in 13 easy steps
I'm using "right click" auto complete as much as possible.
#1 - Add Dynamics module
#2 - Create a reference to the module
#3 - Create a slider and add reference
#4 - create a timer
#5 - Create function for timer
#6 - create variable to hold a reference of gain reduction
#7 - convert reduction to dB
#8 - set value of slider to gain reduction
#9 - set slider mode to decibel
#10 - Start Timer
#11 - test that reduction meter is working
#12 - set slider image to your strip
#13 - test that strip is working
thank you so much. when it is explained like this I understand very quickly ^^ thank you;)
@dustbro hello, your explanations on very well functioned on the compressor, I would now like to do it but in view of the master commenter can do? I can't find anything on this subject which explains well as you did ;)
@dustbro Add this to the HISE documentation - https://github.com/christophhart/hise_documentation
Excellent, trying this.
- How can I tweak ballistics ?
- How can I make a meter from input and output ?
I am testing this again , just using a simple gray strip .
I am rendering the strip at double size , and using 0.5 scale factor , it always works when I am changing the scale factor but as soon as I compile in HISE it goes back to the "Default" or rather the setting in the property editor and the filmstrip does not show ?
Change Style To Knob :)
@Natanr heheheh, always....always something silly.
@lalalandsynth No Problem :)
@dustbro This is fantastic, Thank you for posting this. Ive been following along with this but i seem to have an issue with the VU filmstrip displaying properly. I wondered if there is a setting i have missed and should be using.
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@Glyn make sure to set the slider to dB.
@lalalandsynth Hi Thanks for the advice. I have checked that it is set to decibels but nothing changed. So I thought ide give another film strip i had a go and found that it displayed properly although it seems to work back to front. When no signal is passing through it reads flat out in the red. Thanks for your help though. Its very much appreciated.
@Glyn Then the filmstrip is reversed I would assume ?