[LAD] [ANN] Super Announcement - All MOD software for your PC
ricardo.crudo at gmail.com
Tue Sep 23 16:27:55 UTC 2014
Hello LAU and LAD,
We just register an IRC channel on freenode to discuss about MOD software:
There also a development mail list, like LAD. You can subscribe here:
Will be a pleasure see all of you there, not just to follow the project,
but to be part of it. We have many ideas about MOD development, hear your
opinions would be very important to us. Each step forward we remind how
essential the community is for us, because of this we do a huge effort to
continue respecting the open source development.
On 17 September 2014 12:45, Gianfranco Ceccolini <
gianfranco at portalmod.com.br> wrote:
> Hello Linux Audio Users and Developers
> In less than an our the MOD Duo Kickstarter campaign will go live and so
> it is with great pleasure that the MOD Team makes the announcement of the
> desktop versions for our entire software suite.
> Some of this software has already been announced in the past but, as part
> of our Kickstarter campaign, we put the necessary effort to have them
> running in a regular Linux environment and not just inside the MOD. All
> instructions in Github were also updated in order to yield working elements
> when followed.
> Most of this software has been under development for almost two years and
> their history is related to the development of the MOD itself. Being so,
> they carry some differences in workflow when compared to other LV2 programs
> and our current effort is being put on correcting those differences.
> The softwares are:
> MOD Client - run your LV2 plugins using the MOD interface.
> MOD SDK - plugin interface creator
> Use this program to create the HTML interface required by the MOD Client.
> If you don’t create an interface the plugins still work, but their icons
> will be a tuna fish can with just the ON/OFF button. When you click on the
> gear symbol on the upper right side of the icon you have access to the
> Plugin Settings Screen in which all parameters are visible.
> The MOD SDK is Python based and can be installed by typing “pip install
> As the MOD Client, it runs on your browser and requires a mod-workspace
> folder (or link) in which you place your LV2 bundles.
> Just run “modsdk" in your terminal and point your browser to localhost:9000
> There is also post on our blog about the SDK:
> LV2BM - tool for analyzing and benchmarking LV2 plugins
> Allows to select which URIs to test
> Uses minimum, maximum and default control values to run the plugins
> Uses several controls combinations in the full test mode
> The output shows the JACK load percent
> - CAPS-LV2
> LV2 port of the CAPS suite of LADSPA plugins.
> - TAP-LV2 -
> LV2 port of the TAP suite of LADSPA plugins.
> - Pitch shifters - http://github.com/portalmod/mod-pitchshifter
> Capo - up to 7 semitones up pitch shifting
> SuperCapo - up to 24 semitones up pitch shifting
> Drop - up to 12 semitones down pitch shifting
> SuperWhammy - continuous pitch shifting from -12 to 24
> Harmonizer - scale interval generator
> - Utilities - https://github.com/portalmod/mod-utilities
> Switchbox - A/B box for audio signal routing
> SwitchTrigger - 4 excluding channel selector
> ToggleSwitch - 4 non-excluding channel selector
> Gain (mono and stereo)
> Filters (LP, HP and BP) - 1st, 2nd and 3rd order
> Two way mono crossover - 1st, 2nd and 3rd order
> Three way mono crossover - 1st, 2nd and 3rd order
> - Distortions - mathematical simulations of classic distortion
> Muff Fuzz
> - SopoperLooper
> LV2 simplified port of the SooperLooper.
> All plugins from our repository have the HTML MOD GUI included.
> In our Github repository - www.github.com/portalmod - we also have
> plugins that were forked from the original repositories.
> One of our aims is to trigger a dialogue with the developers, deprecate
> our forks and add the MOD interface to the original plugins but that
> depends on the developers and creators and shall be discussed in a
> one-to-one basis.
> Wish you all the best
> Kind regards
> The MOD Team
> Linux-audio-dev mailing list
> Linux-audio-dev at lists.linuxaudio.org
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