[LAU] Linux news in the current KWR Newsletter
Atte André Jensen
atte at email.dk
Wed Sep 28 08:35:40 UTC 2011
On 09/27/2011 10:05 PM, Paul Davis wrote:
> the engineering and license situation of the VST makes it a
> really, really poor choice for anyone who really wants to release good
> plugins on Linux.xaudio.org/listinfo/linux-audio-user
I've been thinking about gettgin my feet wet with coding a plugin
(something along the lines of dblues glitch vst, for chopping up the
audio stream in rhytmic, stuttering and/or glitchy manners). Since I
almost exclusively use renoise I have the choise of ladspa and vst (and
dssi, but I believe that's for instruments, not processing plugins, right?).
To make it work smoothly I need to be able to sync the plugin to the
tempo of the host very tightly, both on beats, but also sub divisions.
I haven't gotten very far with my thoughts, just skimmed a few header
files here and there. Maybe you (or others on the list) could point me
in the best direction, ladspa, vst or possibly dssi?
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