New member's questions (hermitsoft)


#1

Hello JUCE world!

I’m new to JUCE, but I would say, reading the description, this seems to be the most comprehensive library that I’ve ever used:) I admire how this was achieved.
(Especially the audio functions, VST templates, considering I’m a musician too… they will be useful I’m sure.)

I have 1 general question to start with:

  1. Is there any IDE (be it third party or not) what is designed for JUCE or including JUCE built-in with syntax highlighting? Or JUCE DevPak for DevCpp, or any pack for CodeBlocks/Eclipse?

And a special question:
2. Is it possible to make high-resolution spectrum analysis for 20ms audio-chunks with the given functions?

Many thanks in advance for your replies…


#2

Glad you like it!

There will be when I’ve finished writing it!

You’ll need to supply your own FFT function, but of course all the audio capture functionality is there.


#3

Yeah, thank you for the fast reply and the advice for the spectrum analyzer.

Looking at the library, I suppose the IDE will be just as perfect as the library’s structure.
It’s even a pure fun just to browse the class hierarchy, which is pretty well structured IMO.
I feel I arrived to a milestone in the research for a good toolkit library :slight_smile:

greetz…


#4

Thanks very much!