Has anyone successfully created an FX plugin?
Natan last edited by Natan
Look At All Your Simple Gain Modules.
And Double Check The DELAY Knob.
Narrow It Down By Bypassing The Modules,
One By One.
Hope You Find It
Looks like I will have to do that.
Hopefully I find the issue.
I turned off all fx , still the same issue.. I must be missing something else?
What DAW are you using?
It‘s because Fl Studio is a shitty host. I introduced an artificial latency of 256 samples to cope with the fact that it throws random buffer sizes at you.
Apparently FL is the issue.
Humm so fl users can’t use fx plugins we create?
@BWSounds No idea, you'll have to talk to Christoph about it, maybe something's changed.
BWSounds last edited by BWSounds
I introduced an artificial latency of 256 samples to cope with the fact that it throws random buffer sizes at you.
Or is this a HISE feature that can be activated some how?
I think it's a safeguard Christoph put in HISE to stop FL Studio from crashing or having buffer issues, I assume if you disable it you're gonna have a bad time
Said in another post
- Weirdly, when I don't use setLatencySamples, FL studio matches the delay compensation perfectly *
So I guess I’ll have to make a FL version, than a version for the other daws...
That’s doable, I’ll read up on “setlatencysamples”
Still not working for me any input would be greatly appreciated !
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@BWSounds I'm not sure what the solution is but I do know that more and more people are using FL Studio as their main DAW.
I've purchased FL Studio recently so will be testing out projects within it.
So what exactly happened when you turned off setLatencySamples?
BWSounds last edited by BWSounds
Fl studio is extremely popular but, I compiled with setLatencySamples and without it... same issue unless I’m coding it incorrectly ️
I’ll keep messing around, hopefully I figure something out
After around 52 attempts still the same issue.
Even with all the fix off, or messing with the engine.setLatencySamples. I might hold off of the fx plugin for now.
FL studio is probably the 2nd or 3rd most popular daw and also has the largest advertising market, 2nd to only protools and I don’t have the energy to keep explaining the same issue over and over because a lot of ppl DO NOT read instructions or documents. (I know from experience)
So question... how do you
(Developers that have released fx plugins)
Handle that? I’m just curious, maybe I’m over thinking things.
How bad is the issue exactly? Are the plugins completely unusable in FL? Or is it managable / only affecting a small part of the workflow?
While using the plugin it’s good, great!
Let’s say you export a melody or drums and want to throw that wav file into your daw or send to someone.
You (or they) would have to edit the beginning of the audio file yourself (themselves) and make sure it’s perfectly aligned.
Just seems like a hassle to me but, maybe it’s not. I just know A ton of ppl will heavily complain about it.
@BWSounds Yeah I thought it would be a thing that primarily affects bouncing. I'm not sure if there's really anything to be done, you could try talking to @Christoph-Hart but I'm pretty sure the issue is with FL, not HISE, and he only introduced that latency as some sort of safeguard.
Natan last edited by
Just Try With Famous Manufacturer Stuffs, And Check Again.
@iamlamprey Is Right, It Might Come From FL Itself
Yes I have been, only one “major” company had the same issue... a bit smaller delay but the same issue.
Izotope ozone 7
I’m updating my fl studio now to see if that makes a difference. If not, then I’ll just have to make due.