Spectral Morphing in HISE

Hey!
I've found that HISE supports spectral morphing, but after looking for countless hours, I couldn't find any code examples or help that shows it use within HISE. Has anyone used it and can share a couple lines to get me up and running? In my use case, I have three samplers and I am looking to use a xy pad that can morph the three sources from the three samplers in a simple xy pad, I was able to do it with crossfading, but I want to see how it'll sound with spectral morphing. In return, I could share some simple fx modules made in scriptnode?
Thanks!

@Casmat said in Spectral Morphing in HISE:
I've found that HISE supports spectral morphing,
Tell me more...

@dhealey with access to the FFT buckets for processing, couldn't one accomplish spectral morphing?

@Casmat No idea, but if you figure it out let me know! Might also be possible using Loris: http://www.cerlsoundgroup.org/Kelly/soundmorphing.html


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I've found that HISE supports spectral morphing
Where did you get that information? There are a few tools in HISE that are somewhat related to the subject (Loris, some FFT tools), but there's definitely not a readymade spectral morphing algorithm in HISE.
with access to the FFT buckets for processing, couldn't one accomplish spectral morphing?
What's "access to the FFT buckets"? Also an FFT won't get you all the way to spectral morphing it's like saying "Now that we've invented electricity, where are the selfdriving cars"?

@ChristophHart ahh I see, I guess I misread something!