@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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RE: IRCAM Modalys or PerColate ?
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.
RE: Resizable GUI
@orange You can change the size of the GUI in the options menu. If you are using vectors to create your UI they will scale perfectly. If you are using images I believe the technique is to make the images the largest size your GUI will be and then they will be downscaled for smaller sizes.
Round Robin + Group XFade
With the current system you can have either RR groups or you can have XFade groups. But what if you want both...
Use velocity to separate RRs (I'm currently using this) - downside is you lose the basic velocity functionality for triggering samples.
Use multiple samplers - eats CPU.
Use multiple xfade groups and script the RR - currently limited to 8 xfades
The last one I think is the most flexible. Lets say you have 2 dynamic layers you want to XFade and 3 RRs. You can map your dynamics in groups 1/2, 3/4, 5/6 set up group XFades for these groups and write a simple RR script to trigger the groups. I haven't tested this but I assume it will work. The main limitation to this is that currently we can only have up to 8 xfade groups - @Christoph-Hart any chance of bumping this number up? I have 4 RRs and 3 Dynamics so that needs 12 groups.
RE: Monolith / HLAC should have normalization built in
Resurrecting this topic because normalisation is something I keep coming back to.
Here's my current problem. I have a sample recorded on three mics, when normalised the close mic gets boosted +38dB while the other two mics are only boosted by about +30dB (these are for ppp dynamic samples).
So if I bring my samples into HISE and merge the multi-mic I could drop the volume of each mic accordingly using a simple gain mod, not a problem for this simple example. However that is only one sample of one dynamic, when I look at a higher dynamic the close is boosted by +20, the decca +3, and the hall mics +9. So now dropping each mic overall no longer works. Even if I could control the volume of each mic for each zone it would take hours to get the volumes where they should be.
What about if I could put the volume boost into the sample meta data and HISE could read it and restore each sample to it's original volume?