ROLI Unveils JUCE 5.0 - Create Your Own Audio Plugins With Ease
Have you ever considered getting into DSP development and making your own plugins? If so, you’ll want to check out JUCE 5: Huckleberry JUCE from ROLI, a full-fledged audio plugin development platform with an easy-to-use interface.
JUCE 5 is an installment to the existing JUCE development tool, an update that expands the functionality of audio units on mobile devices, as well as adds new interface tools for improving the overall look and feel.
Features of JUCE 5: Huckleberry JUCE
- Standalone plug-in support: In addition to VST, VST3, Audio Unit, Audio Unit v3, and AAX, JUCE now supports the “standalone” plug-in format
- Apple Inter App Audio support: Standalone plug-ins can be used as Inter-App Audio instruments and effects on iOS
- Android support: Stability and performance improvements for Android MIDI
- Android support: Support for Android Studio 2.3
- Android support: Improved Android touch latency
- Android support: Performance improvements to
- Bluetooth LE on Android
- Windows Bluetooth LE MIDI support: Accessing the new WIndows 10 MIDI API, JUCE 5 provides better support for devices running Bluetooth LE
- New graphical user interface tools: a redesigned look and feel for GUIs with modernized elements
- Support for C++11/14 features: including auto, lambdas, move semantics, nullptr
- Free access: Projucer now free with all JUCE licenses
- New UI design
- Support for latest versions of programs: including
XCode, VisualStudio, and Android Studio
MIDI and MPE development
Graphical user interfaces
With JUCE 5.0, building your own audio plugins may not be as hard as you think. It is available for free in both Personal and Education editions, and you can visit the ROLI website to learn more.