Well, it seems like I must use 2017.
Thank you so much guys!
I've built a new PC. I need to install Visual Studio Community and Intel Performance Primitives, in order to compile plugins with Hise.
Which Visual Studio version should I use now? 2017 or 2019?
Would the latest Intel Performance Primitives will be ok?
Any info appreciated.
@Steve-Mohican what do you mean by "When I save the project in JUCE" do you mean when you save the projucer project file? Post a snapshot..
Yeah I selected "IPP Enabled" and saved the projucer project. That message is coming just after attempting to saving.
@Steve-Mohican "Hise-scriptnode_codegen_rewrite" is not a working branch
"Hise-scriptnode" might not work (although I'm not sure). What I'm sure is that it does work until January 20th commit
Currently and until the release of V3, it seems that the most advanced version is @d-healey's fork:
It's a working scriptnode version with some ameliorations in the waiting for @Christoph-Hart's approval/merge...
Ok now I understand, the scriptnode branch is not compiling too.
Thank you so much for the suggestion, I will try @d-healey's fork.
And also we will wait for v3
I am trying to compile "Hise-scriptnode_codegen_rewrite" and also "Hise-scriptnode" versions.
When I save the project in JUCE, I am getting this error message:
"At Least one of your JUCE path is invalid."
I can't compile both two Hise versions, should I need to do anything?
the Degrader and Limiter modules (not the Dynamics) are mda plugins, but I am close to removing them as they don't bring much high fidelity to the table and their functionality can be reproduced with scriptnode modules pretty easily.
If it is ok about license situation, please don't remove them, because I've done lot's of things with them, and will be ready to release, if you remove, all of the work will be trash.
@Steve-Mohican I just checked the source code, doesn't look like it has any time stretching capabilities. Although could be another pitch shifting option if it's any good.
No it has a pitch-shift engine. You can check the plugin itself rather than the source code: https://www.kvraudio.com/product/detune_by_mda
Also he hasn't put appropriate copyright notices in his files. He's included a document which says they are under MIT or GNU GPL but in the actual .CPP there is a copyright notice which says all rights reserved.
Yeah I know but since Hise uses some modules from Mda, I just thought that it can be usable. So how come other Mda modules can be usable in Hise?
@d-healey no, everybody that uses HISE in a closed source project and uses Rubberband would need to get a license (there would be a compiler switch that disables the library by default)
What about Mda? AFAIK, Mda has a pitch shifter-time stretcher called "Detune". Source code is in somewhere here: https://sourceforge.net/projects/mda-vst/files/mda-vst/
So isn't there any remedy for that needings?
All of the Hise made vst fx plugins are showing on "other" category in Cubase.
Could you add vst category?
Also it is very useful to be able to select 2 categories at the same time. In Juce that is possible. Is there a way to add this multiple category feature for both vst and aax plugins?