[LAD] avw.lv2 0.1.2: Here they are!

David Robillard d at drobilla.net
Mon Jan 21 07:02:11 UTC 2013

On Sun, 2013-01-20 at 18:01 +0000, Filipe Lopes wrote:
> On Sun, Jan 20, 2013 at 1:39 PM, Aurélien Leblond <blablack at gmail.com>wrote:
> > Hello everyone,
> >
> > I just released today a new version of the avw.lv2 plugins.
> >
> > As a reminder, this project started as a porting of the Alsa Modular Synth
> > internal modules to LV2 plugins: VCO, LFO, VCF, etc... Teamed up with
> > Ingen, they can be used to create modular synths or analog drum machines
> > (but the list is not exhaustive!).

Nice one.

For the record I added an extremely preliminary Python script to Ingen a
while ago called ingenams which attempts to load AMS patches into Ingen,
translating to AVW and Fomp plugins.  It's nowhere near a state that
produces usable patches, but it does manage to load quite a few nodes
and if you're lucky some connections between them, so it might be fun
for somebody to play with, or take a bit of the manual labour out of
porting AMS patches.

> code from ttl file:
> *        a lv2:AudioPort, lv2:CVPort ;*

Hm.  I had never considered listing both of these types at the same
time, but I suppose that would work and just be treated as an AudioPort
by legacy hosts.  Interesting.

> Those 2 should have defined if they are input or output.


Failed to instantiate <http://avwlv2.sourceforge.net/plugins/avw/vcaexp>
<http://avwlv2.sourceforge.net/plugins/avw/samplehold> port `output' has
unknown type or direction

Aurélien, before making a release it would be a good idea to load all
the plugins into Ingen to check that they load.  You can easily do this
in one step by sorting/searching by URI and shift-selecting the lot and
adding them.


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