I have forgotten to tell you that I have developed a JUCE application for the KVR Developer Challenge 2012 :mrgreen:
Mine is called Inspiration, and is the only one I think which uses JUCE. I may be wrong, but there are not a lot of multi-platform entries, so this is a guess. And this is also the only one which does not create any sound :lol:
The concept was something I have thought about a few years ago. Initially, I wanted to develop something which is more about drums, but one month before the deadline, I felt that I wouldn’t be able to finish, so I started something else. The basic idea is inspired from the Oblique Strategies of Brian Eno, that I improved a little to be the perfect companion of the book The Frustrated Songwriter’s Handbook, by Karl Coryat and Nicholas Dobson, from the famous “Immersion Composition Society”. The software allows the user to draw randomly aphorisms and advice items, more or less precise, related with songwriting, mixing, productivity, to be used while creating some music stuff and to fight against creativity blocks. It includes also an editor to create and share your own compilations of advice, and several advice sets that I have created.
I had a lot of fun with the UI side of things, since I have first used here the Look and Feel classes, and because I created some stupid UI components to make the editor easy and efficient to use. I would really like to improve more and more my skills in UI design in the future, although I have done not so bad things before in my work, where I use JUCE all the time too :mrgreen: