Examples is the most delicious pie


#1

Sorry I’m always asking for too much, and the dedication too little.

JUCE class library to the lack of comprehensive tutorials and user guide, however, JUCE-DEMO provided a wealth of rich and useful information. I heard that Jules going to rewrite JUCE-DEMO, take the liberty of request: could add some more Audio and MIDI examples? These are important feature and the characteristic of JUCE, should be more examples.

Anyway, thanks to Jules of industrious and great.


#2

“industrious and great”! Sounds like the sort of description that would be given to a communist-era eastern-bloc leader, but thanks!

Yes, there’ll be some more audio + midi stuff in the new demo. I might also merge the plugin hosting demo into it, rather than having that as a separate app.

It’ll also be a lot easier to add new demo pages to it, so hopefully other people will be inspired to contribute some example code to it too. I think it’ll be a much better reference platform that the current (very old and creaky!) demo.


#3

Authoritarian course of time, the victim like me was poisoning too deep. I hate communism, but simplicity and true appreciate you really difficult to suppress. .JUCE always give me surprise and joyful, in addition to text a little fuzzy. :roll:

Look forward to the new JUCE-DEMO, my mouth is watering.


#4

Though I must say it is very nice to use the existing hosting demo as a lightweight host for testing/debugging plugins during development…


#5

How about “Fearless Leader”. :slight_smile:

Next you’ll be featured on The Bugle podcast about your latest speech at the UN.

Matt


#6

You can blame me for the “Fearless Leader” bit. It was kind of private[1] joke from the Tracktion/Tracktioneer days.

[1] as in, only I understand it. :slight_smile:


#7

All hail the Glorious People’s Republic of Raw Material Software!


#8

Damn right, people. You won’t find any of that wussy “democracy” around here!


#9

I think you should say that at a TED conference while demonstrating coding techniques that actually work - JUCE is definitely an ‘idea worth spreading’.