[LAD] Hi, I'm new
gerald.mwangi at gmx.de
Wed Sep 2 18:43:58 UTC 2015
Hi Guy, thanks for sharing this and welcome here. Whats' your IRC handle?
I'm asking since I'm also very slowly teaching myself audio DSP. DISTHRO
Framework was the right choice, I also use it. Btw Gui is great looking,
I'll test the plugin soon.
cheers Gerald /IRC: JimsonDrift
On 01.09.2015 18:09, Guy Sherman wrote:
> Hi all,
> I just found this list after being directed to the IRC channel over
> the weekend. I'm new here! Lately I've been dabbling in a bit of
> open-source audio development (I say open-source rather than linux,
> because I've been dabbling on both linux and windows).
> Anyhow, amongst other things I've been trying to teach myself about
> DSP, so I wrote a really (really, really, really) naive distortion
> plugin. I was wondering if anyone would be interested in taking a look
> at it and giving me some feedback, and tips on where to go next.
> I wrote a little about it
> here: http://guysherman.com/2015/08/30/my-first-ever-audio-plugin/
> And the code is at: https://github.com/guysherman/si-plugins
> I've got some other projects on the boil that I've been talking about
> with the crew from the Ardour list, which I'll mention here when they
> take shape a little more.
> Guy Sherman
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