Releasing my HISE sample instrument today!
Proud to release my first sample instrument, BOLD, today. Used a custom JUCE UI and the raw HISE engine. Really happy with how it turned out. Enjoy!
Available for $9 USD.
@ohtravioso Nice work!
orange last edited by
@ohtravioso Looks awesome, congratulations
I wish great success to you
ustk last edited by ustk
@ohtravioso congratulations !
iamlamprey last edited by
Why is the download bigger than the uncompressed installation?
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Christoph Hart last edited by
Yeah looks very nice and the sound / presentation is also promising. Bonus points for using raw
UrsBollhalder last edited by
Awesome stuff! Looks and sounds really dope!!
hisefilo last edited by
@ohtravioso looks so so nice!!!! I can see a lot of sales there
Rudra Ghosh last edited by
@ohtravioso So glad to see your amazing hard work, dedication and passion. Have a happy SALE
I didn't see any VST3 version...why?
Tania Ghosh last edited by Tania Ghosh
@ohtravioso Wow.... Amazing...How did you make the custom JUCE UI ? Any Tutorial !!
@ohtravioso it looks very cool i will buy it from you for support. small question, you took a license av Christoph and juce or in open gl? I'm still trying to understand how the licenses work to sell but I'm a little lost with that
Christoph Hart last edited by
@yall just get a JUCE license and write me an email for the HISE license, then you‘re set.
Thanks everyone! Excited to have it out.
@Rudra-Ghosh I could add a VST3 version. Didn't seem necessary unless there's a DAW that only supports VST3. Also, the project outputs from HISE only support a single VST target, so it's a little cumbersome to go back and reoutput for VST3. I also read from Christoph that there weren't any VST3 features being used.
@yall I'm paying both JUCE and HISE for a commercial license. I didn't want to release my source code or my samples.
@Tania-Ghosh I've been working in JUCE for a while, so making a custom UI in C++ using JUCE was much easier for me than learning the scripting in HISE. Also, it allowed me to build whatever I wanted. There's a good course that's free on Kadenze by Output for making your first audio effect plugin using JUCE.
@iamlamprey Could be conveyed clearer. Basically, at some point, you'll have the downloaded installer and the uncompressed files on disk at the same time. Then you can delete the installer when finished. The 650mb refers to the space you'll need to have it installed. 1.3gb is for during the install, essentially double the installed space.
Tania Ghosh last edited by
There's a good course that's free on Kadenze by Output for making your first audio effect plugin using JUCE.
I watched it... It's not FREE some important chapters are missing/locked.
@Tania-Ghosh Yes, looks like several chapters require a premium membership now. I don't recall it being that way.
DanH last edited by
The setup with the rainbows is very clever - I assume this is an automated sample install process? Would love to know how that works!
Great and useful sounds, good additional to my arsenal, thank you!
@DanH Thanks. Yes I wanted a very simple install so I wrote some custom code to look for a file called Samples.hr1 in the Application Data folder. If it finds it, it does the automated install, loads the first preset so you don’t need a reboot.