[LAD] [ANN] invada-studio-plugins-lv2-1.0.0

Justin Smith noisesmith at gmail.com
Sun May 31 02:15:29 UTC 2009

On Sat, May 30, 2009 at 6:57 PM, Fraser <fraser at arkhostings.com> wrote:
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> Hi Justin,
> Justin Smith wrote:
>> Speaking of the GUI's, I have not tried an lv2 plugin before. The
>> plugins built and installed perfectly on my debian lenny system, but
>> now I am trying to figure out how to access the GUI controls, neither
>> ardour nor rosegarden seem to let me do this, are they the wrong apps,
>> or am I using the apps the wrong way?
> The custom GUI's are an optional extension, it's up to the host app (ardour etc) to decide if it wants to use the custom GUI or generate
> it's own. If the host app supports the LV2 UI extension it'll show the custom gui automatically.
> If you run ardour from the command line you should see something like this when the plugin is initialised:
> Found UI http://invadarecords.com/plugins/lv2/phaser/stereo at index 0 in:
>        /home/fraser/.lv2/invada.lv2/inv_phaser_gui.so
> Did you build ardour & rosegarden yourself or are they from packages? What versions do you have installed?
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I am using ardour-i686 2.8, built from revision 4918 from the debian
multimedia repositories, the version for debian lenny. stdout and
stderr give no mention of a slv2 gui, perhaps I missed a compile flag
or ardour 2.8 does not do the plugin GUI's.

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