New juce-based plugin out there


#1

Just thought you guys might be interested in juce-based plugins out there. I wrote an entry for the KVR DC07. It’s called hypercyclic. It would have taken me ten times as long without Juce. Hats off to Jules for making it possible!


#2

Nice one! Let’s hope you win!


#3

interesting ! nice that you have compiled a linux vst also ! and it’s working in JOST !! whua ! compliments :slight_smile:

as jules said, let’s hope you win !


#4

I’m particularly impressed by the L+F you’ve done - very classy!


#5

Very good job, It’s my favorite so far.

Indeed Juce is a very good helper to stand out from the crowd in this contest. If I had the time to enter this year, I guess I would have used Juce either.


#6

It’s the only Linux entry so you’ll get my vote by default. :smiley:

Very pretty too.


#7

just got back from weekend hiking trip and found all your nice comments waiting…

thanks guys!


#8

Is it possible to get the lfo to modulate the pitch of the note played, like each step shifts up a semi-tone or greater, depending on what the level of the lfo is?

Like the look and feel :slight_smile:


#9

hi gb,
pitch cannot be modulated freely,
but if you input a midi chord of multiple notes, you can sort of achieve a similar thing via the arp settings:

-input a “chord” of let’s say 4 successive semitones via midi
-modulate “arp mask” with an LFO
-then adjust the LFO levels such that the arp mask gets a value ranging from “1 note” to “4 notes”

Note that this does not really transpose the notes, but rather modulates which note is taken from the input chord


#10

Just wondering :slight_smile:


#11

congratulations mucoder… your plugin placed 2° !!!
next year you will rock the top prize… i’m sure of this !


#12

thank you Kraken (and also thx to the rest of the Juce-crowd who voted) !

But next year it won’t be so easy coz expect some tough competition from fellow-jucers, right? Come on, I’m counting on it! :slight_smile:


#13

I think we’ll probably join-in with noatikl in next year’s competition. :slight_smile:
VSTi/VST Module Arch MIDI Effect/DXi-MFX MIDI Effect/Audio Unit, Win/Mac
Lets hear it for Juce. :slight_smile:

Pete


#14