I"m relatively new to juce c++ (but played a lot these days)
Very comfortable with max5.
I’m looking for the right framework to design VSTi & fx.
I’d need to create VST for win & osx
Juce C++ is amazing & powerful. Now I’m sure about that
BUT the big problem is: I have to reinvent the wheel at each corner of my journey inside VST design
I can deal with that but it is very time killing :-/
I’m looking for advices, ways and path to follow to be okay with that.
I understand right well the big documentation about classes etc.
But imagine that:
I want to create a special sequencer producing midi notes (& cc too) … I’d need to code everything from scratch
I’m sure it is THE powerful way, but it can cost a lot of time.
For instance, with max5, I can do that VERY quickly, and optimise it step by step, and even code C++ objects later with their sdk for the time critics steps.
I open this thread because I’m almost convince Juce (and Jules!) is the way to follow because it provides a robust framework, vst wrapper etc. But I’m a bit confuse because I can loose 3h to prepare my architecture with juce, and I’d need to spend those 3h (at least 2h30) to work on my sequencer core you know
any discussions, helps would be appreciate