[LAU] GxPlugins.lv2 v0.5 released

David W. Jones gnome at hawaii.rr.com
Mon Oct 8 10:14:45 CEST 2018

On October 7, 2018 7:44:18 PM HST, Hermann Meyer <brummer- at web.de> wrote:
> Hi
> Today I released a new version of the GxPlugins.lv2 package.
> GxPlugins been Lv2 plugins based on circuit simulations from various 
> pedals. True mostly they are distortion pedals from the last century.
> :lol:

The best kind!

> Some of them been amp simulations, some been plain filters.
> However, this release introduce the switch from GTK based user 
> interfaces to Xlib based ones.
> This means, they will work now flawless in nearly any host, at least
> in any I've tried so far.

Hmm, do they work on Ubuntu 18.04's Gnome3-based user interface running on top of Wayland (without X)?

> As well this release add a couple of more sims, from changelog:
> add GxHeathkit.lv2
> add GxFz1b.lv2
> add GxFz1s.lv2
> add GxKnightFuzz.lv2
> add GxLiquidDrive
> add GxDOD250.lv2
> add GxMicroAmp
> add GxTubeDistortion
> As a side note, GxPlugins been developed with the MOD as host in mind,
> therefore they are optimized to use as less CPU power as possible, 
> therefore they work best at the SampleRate the MOD use, which is
> 48kHz. 
> They work as well on 96kHz (by downsampling), but don't use them in 
> projects with 44,1kHz or 88,2kHz.
> So, here you go:
> https://github.com/brummer10/GxPlugins.lv2/releases
> regards
> hermann

David W. Jones
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