[linux-audio-dev] Re: FreeVSTi Compatibility List / VSTserver & FST
robert.jonsson at dataductus.se
Wed Apr 28 12:16:46 UTC 2004
Great job Christian!
Oh, now I want to try them myself :)!!
On Wednesday 28 April 2004 12.53, Christian Frisson wrote:
> Hi all,
> Dave Robillard wrote:
> > What the heck is the point of it being "free" if you want to "have your
> > word on all mods"?
> > Sounds pretty un-free to me.
> Maybe should I've been more clear: I've no problems with the software I'll
> release being free: like Pd patches, SynthEdit VSTi's, drivers... I just
> wanna find a good way to protect my hardware works from people who already
> have sales and legal strength that would make them proof from any file I
> could suit against them!
> torbenh wrote:
> > i have (by mistake) deleted my lad folder. and either you did not post
> > your compatibility list, or i missed it. i cant tell.
> First reason matches.
> I've posted it on the K-v-R forum:
> Because that's where i've found most of the plugins:
> Alternatively, until the nodes change while I update my bookmarks, you can
> browse all links to devs there:
> Let me quote one of the first answers to the thread: "The stuck notes in
> some SE VSTi are most likely due to CK's Unison modules that are a little
> Have your copy saved on a text file, so that you can emulate a database
> search. Ex: getting all interesting working plugins among all plugins
> stored on a text file named "VSTi":
> cat VSTi | grep ': W!'
> Do you want to practise your french?
> > wait until after ladconf (paul and i will meet there -> synergy)
> Looking forward eagerly to receiving news from that meeting!
> Christian Frisson
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