[LAD] Pd, Csound and SuperCollider code as plugin
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Wed Sep 23 13:45:01 UTC 2009
2009/9/23 Victor Lazzarini <Victor.Lazzarini at nuim.ie>:
> Well, there is a LADSPA plugin generator that uses Csound. I suppose it
> can serve the basis for a LV2 version, if anyone has the time to write it...
IIRC, CSound can be embedded in another application, so maybe it makes
sense to write a "regular" automagical CSound->LV2 bridge (Disclaimer:
I've never used CSound myself, so what I'm saying may very well make
no sense at all).
> On 22 Sep 2009, at 11:36, Stefano D'Angelo wrote:
>> 2009/9/22 rosea grammostola <rosea.grammostola at gmail.com>:
>>> victor wrote:
>>>> I suppose by virtue of Jack, it's possible to run SC, PD, Csound or
>>>> jackable as a separate process, and pretend it is a plugin to things
>>> Of course that is possible, and a fine thing. But some people wants to
>>> make music, not instruments...
>>> Of course it's better if you learn the whole language, but not everyone
>>> wants that, have the time or capacity for it.
>>> So such a plugin interface should make it more easy for just musicians
>>> to make use of the intstruments and effects in Pd, Csound or SC.
>>> I also can imagine such a thing would be good for projects like Ardour.
>>> For some people the lack of commercial VST plugins is a reason not to
>>> use Linux. You may fill that gap by having some pretty cool and easy to
>>> use SC or Pd plugins.
>> If anybody wants to bridge any of these languages/environments to LV2,
>> please tell me.
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