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Cool news, very intresting project. I'm currently working on Lv2 instrument
/ effect support,
and I was hoping to be able to port the LMMS internals in some way. Guess
Lv2 will be that way :)
I'm watching the github repo, keep an eye on it.
On Thu, Jan 26, 2012 at 4:51 PM, Paul Giblock wrote:
> I am actively working on the LV2 version of LMMS plugins right now.
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Hey Paul,Cool news, very intresting project. I'm currently work=
ing on Lv2 instrument / effect support,and I was hoping to be able to p=
ort the LMMS internals in some way. Guess Lv2 will be that way :)
I'm watching the github repo, keep an eye on it.Cheers, -Harry<=
br>On Thu, Jan 26, 2012 at 4:51 PM, Paul Giblock=
I am actively working on the LV2 version of =
LMMS plugins right now.
LB303 is partially complete. =A0I need to finish implementing one of the
filters and add support for pitch-bend. =A0Other than that, it is
basically done. =A0My current focus is on TripleOscillator because you
(Gabbe) explicitly asked for it.
Note: all of my plugins at https://github.com/pgiblox/lmms-lv2 are
alpha. The arrangement of ports is expected to change. =A0THESE PLUGINS
ARE NOT BACKWARDS COMPATIBLE WITH THE FUTURE FIRST OFFICIAL RELEASE.
One thing I'm doing with this package is creating both modular units,
and lmms-style instruments. =A0Expect to see a reusable
envelope-generator, arpeggiator, and filter. =A0Also expect to see
individual "Triple Oscillator", "LB303", etc.. synth un=
its. =A0You can
wire these up however you like in a host such as Ingen. =A0For
convenience, there will also be an instrument version of each plugin,
so "Triple Oscillator Instrument" will have midi-in, support poly=
(voice allocation), and contain all the envelope generators, filter,
amplifier, etc, all bundled into a single plugin (Just like in LMMS).
> What's the state of LB303? I'm trying to use it but I guess it=
's not done
What are you experiencing? I realize the behavior will not be
equivalent with the LMMS version at the moment, but you should at
least get some noise. It "Works" (at least as I'd expect it t=
fine in zynjacku.
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