Here's a pull request with a fix to the auto generated pitch envelope, to remove some useless nodes, and the additions/fixes to get the Apply sample map properties tool to use the sample rate and bit depth of the original audio files - https://github.com/christophhart/HISE/pull/488
@Christoph-Hart The only thing that is missing now is that the sample map properties are not applied to all mic positions when using a merged sample map. I've had a poke around but I haven't found a solution yet. It's something to do with the fileList that's created in the backup function but I'm not quite there. Do you have any idea?
Here it is. Just add a panel to your UI and pass its ID to the function and the magic will happen. The function includes a broadcaster that watches the panel's enabled property and passes it along to the buttons, so disabling the panel will disable (and repaint) the buttons.
Is it going to be extended to the floating tile system so we can include it in our projects?
No. I've spend some time optimizing the FFT analyser curve so you get nicer cubic splines with the existing FFT graphs, but I don't have any plans adding this full analyser as a frontend floating tile (mainly in order to be able to change stuff without breaking client projects) - it's a analyser tailored towards the development phase.
You can get the oscilloscope displaying the waveform based on the MIDI input already by putting the analyser.oscilloscope node into a midi processing context.