[LAD] So in 2019, which plugin "format"?

Michael Willis willismichael at gmail.com
Mon Nov 26 00:38:48 CET 2018

I have been happy using falkTX's Disthro Plugin Framework:


It's very lightweight on GUI stuff, so depending on what you want out of a
framework, you may or may not like it.

JUCE is a (very different) alternative: https://juce.com/

If you're doing a sampled virtual instrument, you might find HISE useful:
http://www.hise.audio/ ... HISE is built on JUCE.


On Sun, Nov 25, 2018 at 4:26 PM Gordonjcp <gordonjcp at gjcp.net> wrote:

> Hi folks,
> At the risk of igniting a flame war, if one were to develop softsynth
> plugins for Linux, what would be the "framework" of choice these days?
> Back in the day I wrote some using DSSI, which was a model I was pretty
> comfortable with.  I had a look at LV2 but couldn't work out how to
> generate the huge incomprehensible non-human-readable "ttl" files.
> Where does the world stand now?
> --
> Gordonjcp
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