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June 29, 2016
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I was just wondering how is made an analyzer, i've understand that for knobs there are some images that shift, and also for a volume bar, simple buttons etc etc, but an Analyzer which have a wave inside of it, how could be made? (I mean graphically)

June 29, 2016
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Use the Advanced GUI API. See Module 6 on the Advanced GUI API Tutorial page:

http://www.willpirkle.com/supp.....tutorials/

If you are using the Beta version then you must use the new version of CustomViewsFour on the beta testers page.

Do not attempt to jump directly to Module 6. You should start with the first tutorial module and then advance from there.

One of my admins JD Young has made many different waveform views, FFT analyzers, etc... using that concept.

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July 1, 2016
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Thanks will, this is also a tutorial to make for example a wave designer? I mean a tool that let you modify the wave you choose?

July 1, 2016
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No, you will need to dig down deeply into the VSTGUI API and understand how mouse events can be used to draw curves, etc... and then write your own customView code to make that happen.

This is one of the reasons that the developers of VSTGUI4 put the customView paradigm into place - to allow developers to extend the functionality of controls beyond what their basic library implements. It is also the reason I extended RackAFX to use this same paradigm so that RAFX users could create any controls they want. It is a matter of learning the API and this will require some good C++ skills and coding time.

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July 2, 2016
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Thanks again for this answer, I'm asking a lot of question about graphics because i would do something innovative and i think that it's cool, i know that only z3ta+ & z3ta+2 let you modify a wave ­čśÇ

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