2011/2/26 Olivier Guilyardi :
Good catch, that ought to be fixed.
>>> I don't want to wake up old trolls, but last fall, when I had a sound engineer
Hopefully it makes sense also to Dave as well, since everything else
that's needed is his stuff.
>> However, in the long run, I would avoid LADSPA for two reasons: 1.
It's already there if you want, the 0.2.0 release is from the last
year but should still work if you use a recent svn version of SLV2.
>> So it turns out it depends on how long you want to wait, or rather if
There are several departments. :-)
I've enumerated above the stuff missing from NASPRO core, then SLV2
should use it, and that would probably be a good part of the work
> Also, are you/is there anyone on the list who is interested in releasing audio
I plan to develop a DSP language and compiler that generates LV2
plugins. Also in this case, a prototype is already in place (look for
"Permafrost" on the NASPRO website - no easy-to-read language
documentation yet, and both the syntax and the compiler have to be
redone, but I may get resources - time and moeny - to do this pretty
Then, there are some plugins I more or less did (but not released
yet). It's guitar fx stuff, however, so I don't know how they could be
used in Android (ideas?).
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