IRCAM Modalys or PerColate ?
Hi @Christoph-Hart is there a way to insert/wire/render physical modeling objects from IRCAM Modalys or PerColate into Hise? or... it's there any future plans to include it?
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This looks interesting. I'm going to check out the OpenMusic app today. After some digging it seems that the OM library is GPL and uses a JUCE audio layer, so perhaps one day it could be integrated into HISE although I don't think it will be any time soon.
@d-healey super interesting! just watch this >>
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@hisefilo Excellent, it's a shame they didn't finish the video series. Do you have any examples of completed instruments?
@d-healey nope, just starting the investigation. Hoping to do something like this as a first approach >>>
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@hisefilo That video just lead me down another rabbit hole and I found this - https://www.cockos.com/wdl/. Not that interesting to us but I noticed it has a super fast FFT that might be a good replacement for IPP @Christoph-Hart ?
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WDL is not only a good FFT, it used to create FXs, synths (the Space bass tutorial by Martin finke http://www.martin-finke.de/blog/tags/making_audio_plugins.html) and of course the Virtualk CZ by its author Oli Larkin (and many more). A C++ based solution (but not complete as Juce/Hise).
I tried this before Hise. i prefer hise. yes, some functions used in WDL could be useful in HISE but not sure it's 100% compatible with JUCE/HISE without some modifications.
All i was abble to do With WDL in months was possible with HISE in minutes.
for the IRCAM phisicaly based models, really don't know how they do that ...
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Not that interesting to us but I noticed it has a super fast FFT that might be a good replacement for IPP @Christoph-Hart ?
LOL, the FFT was the first thing I swapped when I added WDL to HISE a few years ago.
Actually, WDL was lurking around in the HISE codebase for quite some time, but I've recently replaced it with the FFT Convolver library, which is faster and better code (the coding style of the WDL library is horrible).
Actually, the only viable replacement for IPP is FFTW, which is GPLed, or vDSP on iOS, so this will be the go-to FFT for Linux when I find the time to write wrappers for it.
@d-healey example found