[LAU] Linux news in the current KWR Newsletter

allcoms allcoms at gmail.com
Tue Sep 27 18:00:38 UTC 2011

Ardour 3 is a different beast entirely now that we have native versions of
TAL-NoiseMaker and the HighLife sampler available thanks to the new lxvst
support - sadly there are no real LV2 equivalents for these apps yet. As far
as A3s MIDI usability and user friendliness (and effectively plugin
developer attraction) have all just received an incredible boost.

I can't wait for the VST plugin porting onslaught!

Exciting times!


On Tue, Sep 27, 2011 at 6:46 PM, Jostein Chr. Andersen <jostein at vait.se>wrote:

> Hi,
> In this week's newsletter, somewhere in the noise, it also says: "Togu
> Audio Line Native Linux VST Plug-ins updated".
> Well, I'm not a fan of using VSTs in Linux but I like to know what's
> going on, so of curiosity, I followed the links that showed up and ended
> here and there and not everywhere:
>  http://distrho.sourceforge.net/
>  http://kxstudio.sourceforge.net/KXStudio:Applications
> And what did I find on the distrho file area? I found 64-bit stand alone
> version of the Arctican and TAL Plugins!
> They might be crap, but I don't think so, and I will test it now. And
> even more native free and commercial (and combinations of both) plugins,
> programs and goodies for Linux will come from everywhere - Life is good!
> :-)
> Jostein
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