That was it. Thank you!
That was it. Thank you!
The granular module in the develop branch is super exciting. It would be great to get a few more parameters available for it. Especially some way to manipulate the envelope of the grains or "smooth" the grains. Adding a way to make some of the grains go an octave up or below the played pitch, similar to Omnisphere's granular engine would be incredible.
MPE Modulators that function like other Hise Modulators (i.e. do not require the MPE floating tile in order to save and open correctly). The way Hise natively supports MPE is one of it's greatest strengths and it makes no sense for it to require the floating tile in order to work correctly.
@UrsBollhalder yeah, sorry! per key is more accurate. Here is an old thread that mentions poly lfos: https://forum.hise.audio/topic/979/polyphonic-lfos
yeah... I never notice that the curve is nice until I go back to a regular screen. I use a Optix AG32C Display which is great. I would like to go even wider but it wouldn't work with my studio audio monitors. I use to have a ridiculous three monitor set up but I found I was positioning my neck all weird and have been happier with the single monitor even though it's a pita when scoring sometimes.
I don't think it's that complicated but I could be wrong. I'm also definitely not a lawyer & it may be different depending on where you live.
Recordings are always owned by someone, usually the person who made them. If you record something, you own the copyright. When you buy a sample library, you are buying a license to use the samples from the maker and there is something in the user agreement that says you will not repackage and sell these samples. (Some loop libraries actually make you renegoatiote terms if you use their loops in commercial songs... crazy.)
If you are making a sound using a soft synth or hardware and then record it then that is your's to do with whatever you'd like. It's still poor form to use someone else's presets and package that though...
This is the thread I followed :
The original snippet Lindon posted is working well in the latest develop branch.
It is the midi standard the Roli Seaboard rise and some other polyphonic midi controllers use. This page explains it better than I can:
One of the coolest parts of Hise for me is the ease of integrating MPE to samplers.
I will check out those examples but I'm not sure that will help me.
I think the issue is not with the LFO but how the modulator target behaves.
Now it goes from 0 to the cutoff amount rather than plus or minus around the filter cutoff amount.
I see how I could create a filter in scriptnode with LFOs to modulate the cutoff amount in the way that I want but now how I would integrate that into the rest of the instrument. Especially since if you want a filter to respond to voice events like polyphonic envelopes they need to be attached to a sampler/synth module.