Juce 4.2.4 has been released with many new features in both the modules and through the new ProJucer editor – to coincide with this release, we are happy to announce our newly updated JUCE for VST tutorial! It covers both new options for managing your parameters (ValueTree and individual classes such as AudioParameterFloat).
As we explore more of the new features, we will be sure to share our findings in the notes section. If you have your own tips to share, or questions – please, don’t hesitate to let us know!
Happy New Year!! We hope you are busy playing, tinkering or designing away! This last year was a busy one for us, something we hope to continue for this go round. We made new friends and partners, released a new plugin and started a series of donationware-based design tools. The new plugin was made by contract with Chango Studios and packs an entire vocal effect chain into a single plugin suite for VST, VST3, AU and RTAS! You can see the Chango Vocal Suite below (links to YouTube).
Looking forward, we plan to roll out some updates to our plugin tutorial covering the new JUCE 4.x framework and Projucer. But we also have a few surprises underway – so please check back and see what comes in 2016! Or feel free to reach out and contact us!
Greetings to all our old and the new friends we have met this year! At the end of last year, ROLI Ltd. acquired the JUCE framework from Raw Material Software Ltd. and in doing so took on the creator Jules Storer as head of software architecture. You can read about the acquisition here. As part of the kick-off, they launched a new build of JUCE and hosted a series of JUCE Meet-ups. We had the pleasure of meeting the JUCE team and many of the Bay Area users there. It seems the JUCE framework will continue to grow in positive directions and remains our recommended method of plugin development for hobbyists and professionals alike.
As such, we have updated our tutorial with the changes to the new project screen, and will be continuing updates as the framework continues to evolve under ROLI and Jules’ guidance. If you do find something out of date or have additional questions, please do contact us and let us know! Happy Coding!