nettings at folkwang-hochschule.de
Fri Mar 27 14:42:05 EDT 2009
Fons Adriaensen wrote:
> Of course doing this in Ardour is a nightmare as you end
> up with three of four plugins per channel. For a typical
> orchestra this means you'd have something like 50 plugin
> windows on screen, or being forced to re-open and close
> them for each adjustment.
as paul said, once the track templates are in shape (and they seem very
close), such a thing will be quite easy to set up in ardour. the only
thing that's missing is a way to display all plugins for one channel in
a single window, and maybe a second option to display one particular
parameter for all channels (the pm5d has such a mode for its encoder
bank, and it's really, really, really nice).
optionally, keyboard shortcuts to pop up and cycle through plugins both
horizontally (next track/bus, previous track/bus) and vertically
(next/prev plugin in current track/bus)...
> I'm developing a mixer app that has a more ergonomic
> layout for this sort of thing. It wil also do ambisonics
> and provide filters, dynamics, equaliser and delays on
> each channel.
while you're designing it, could this stuff be separated so that it's
easy to split it into an lv2 "Ambi channel strip" plugin and a lv2
reverb section later? this way, it could be used in ardour without
having to duplicate code...
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