[LAD] Good Mixer Library
gerald.mwangi at gmx.de
Wed Mar 30 07:45:16 UTC 2011
Thanx all, tritium looks very much like my own preliminary design. One
question, does it mask JACK so that I only have to use the Tritium API
(only JACK-Audio, not Midi)?
I also don't see any support for Inserts/plugins in the channel class.
Am I wrong?
On Mon, 2011-03-28 at 21:47 +0200, Conrad Berhörster wrote:
> Hi Gerald,
> Op den Sünnavend 26 März 2011 Klock 18:13:09 hett Gerald Mwangi schreven:
> > Hi, I'm messing arround with the source of TerminatorX. As it seems, tX
> > needs a total rewright of the mixer and the audio backend.
> > Since many programs (Ardour, Qtracktor) have built mixers, I was
> > wondering from which project I could 'borrow' the mixer component.
> > I need a mixermodel which is strictly C++, which idealy has jack support
> > built in, possibly multithreaded, GUI-Independant and easy to handle.
> > I started to wright my own mixermodel, but then I thought how stupid it
> > is to reinvent the wheel. It would really be nice something like a
> > libmixer with jack, lv2, ladspa and VST support.
> > Gerald
> i have lurked on this. My focus was lying on platform independendness.
> i think, before you start borrowing some code and integrate that into your tX,
> think about using an existing lib.
> I haven't looked into every lib in detail, so i don't know if all your
> requirements are integrated, but here is my list.
> - SDL
> - libremix
> - audiere
> - audiality
> - irrklang
> - caudio
> - openAL
> - tritium
> - allegro
> - clam
> - cmt
> - rtaudio
> - portaudio /portmixer
> - stk
> i think, audiere was the best one for my requirements. Let me know, what you
> are missing in detail . Maybe i can help with some code.
> bye c~
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