[linux-audio-dev] Are people still writing LADSPA plug-ins?

Steve Harris S.W.Harris at ecs.soton.ac.uk
Tue Aug 8 11:29:47 UTC 2006

It might be better to have a planet for linux audio in general, Dave
Phillip's blog is allready in my RSS reader. 

LV2 is in the last 10% stage, I meant to mail out an update after the ast
batch of work Dave Robillard and I did, but I think I forgot, and I can't
remember what we did now...

There are now 3 hosts (2 built on libslv2, and 1 independent), and many
plugins that more-or-less work, the plugins dont work on Mac OSX (at least
I couldn't get them to work), but mostly do on linux.

- Steve

On Tue, Aug 08, 2006 at 10:15:28 +0100, Jono Bacon wrote:
> Hi all,
> Thanks for the responses. It seems that the public face of LADSPA is
> maybe a little different to the reality - I remember first reading
> about LADSPA and thinking that there was not all that much going on
> with it, but I am pleased to see people are working on plugins.
> I think it could be useful to improve the face of LADSPA and spread
> the word of LV2. Would any LADSPA plug-in authors be interested in
> writing blogs about their work with LADSPA? If this was the case,
> maybe there could be a Planet LADSPA that would bring together such
> bog entries?
> Planets have been really useful in spreading the word about certain
> technologies, and they are a great way to get more people reading your
> blog. I don't know how many times I have asked a question on my blog
> and got 15 responses as it is on Planet GNOME, Planet Advocacy and a
> few others. Maybe then we would have more and more people writing
> plugins. :)
> Thoughts?
>  Jono

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