[LAD] [LAA][ANNOUNCE] New LV2 Soft Synth: The Newtonator v0.5.0

harryhaaren at gmail.com harryhaaren at gmail.com
Fri Aug 19 19:42:34 UTC 2011

Fantastic, very cool to see new synths arriving on the scene! :)

Quick question on building though, I'm getting some errors due to my system  
not having the right LV2 thingys installed...
The error itself:
-- Could NOT find LV2-GUI (missing: LV2-GUI_LIBRARY LV2-GUI_INCLUDE_DIR)
-- Could NOT find LV2-PLUGIN (missing: LV2-PLUGIN_LIBRARY  

What are these libraries? More importantly, where can I get them..?
Cheers, -Harry

On , Michael Bechard <gothmagog at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Brand new LV2 plugin soft synth here. The Newtonator (v0.5.0) features:

> * LV2-compliant synth plugin
> * Simple, easy-to-use GTK-based GUI
> * 3-note polyphony (err, um, until I can do some serious optimization)
> * "Unique" synthesis algorithm (Tuna Pagan Fellowship)

> The Newtonator specializes in making crazy, harsh sounds, so if you're
> looking for some sounds to produce the next Yanni album, keep
> looking. Please refer to the user manual
> (http://newtonator.sourceforge.net/manual/index.html) for more gory
> details.

> Download:  
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/newtonator/files/newtonator-0.5.0.tar.gz/download

> NOTE: This plugin was written against the excellent libraries included in
> the lv2-c++-tools package written by Lars Luthman. However, as of v1.0.4,
> the
> GUI library only supports rev. 2 of the LV2 specification, so it may
> have problems on newer hosts (though I have done some (very) preliminary
> testing against Ardour3 and it seems to work ok). Alpha testing mostly
> done against zynjacku and Elven (comes with ll-plugins package) hosts.

> This puppy's in beta, so feel free to get in touch with me at the project
> forum (https://sourceforge.net/projects/newtonator/forums/forum/1820765)
> or submit a bug if needed.

> Thanks, and have fun.

> Michael Bechard
> https://sourceforge.net/projects/newtonator/

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