Re: [LAD] question re: latency of native Linux VSTs

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Date: Tuesday, February 21, 2012 - 1:09 pm

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On 02/21/2012 07:46 AM, Filipe Lopes wrote:

Hi Filipe,

Thanks for the reply. Alas, some of the problematic plugins I tested
were from the DISTRHO collection (specifically the TAL reverbs 2 and 3
and the TAL vocoder. I tested the prebuilt binaries, btw. Perhaps a
local build would be preferable ? I have the latest JUCE framework and
the VST 2.4 SDK, on an Arch 64-bit system.

Also, I wanted to add a "Thank you" for those ports and I hope you're
inspired to make more of them. :)

Best,

dp

> On Tue, Feb 21, 2012 at 12:34 PM, Dave Phillips > wrote:

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On 02/21/2012 07:46 AM, Filipe Lopes wrote:
Hey Dave,

I've been working with juce plugins a lot recently, and one of my
projects handles precisely that:
http://distrho.sourceforge.net/

juce has not been very linux-friendly in it's early days, and
still has a few issues right now (but it's now much better than
before).
I plan to move all plugins from the old jucetice project to
DISTRHO (which most is already done, only missing Jost).
these changes are not yet ready though, as I'm updating all the
plugins to the very latest juce-git modules branch, and also
working on a serious juce-linux issue with realtime kernels.
once everything is done, I'll post to the linuxaudio planet as
usual (through KXStudio news)

if you're using plugins from here:
http://www.anticore.org/jucetice/
or
http://code.google.com/p/juced/

you'll have issues for sure. Old loomer plugins had issues too,
but the new ones seem to work fine now.

Hi Filipe,

Thanks for the reply. Alas, some of the problematic plugins I tested
were from the DISTRHO collection (specifically the TAL reverbs 2 and
3 and the TAL vocoder. I tested the prebuilt binaries, btw. Perhaps
a local build would be preferable ? I have the latest JUCE framework
and the VST 2.4 SDK, on an Arch 64-bit system.

Also, I wanted to add a "Thank you" for those ports and I hope
you're inspired to make more of them. :)

Best,

dp

On Tue, Feb 21, 2012 at 12:34 PM, Dave Phillips <dlphillips@woh.rr.com>
wrote:

Greetings,

I notice that whenever I use any Juce-based native Linux VST
plugin - fx or instrument - in Ardour3 the plugin produces
dramatically more xruns than any LV2 or LADSPA plug. Does
anyone else have that problem ? If so, can anything be done
about it, apart from raising my latency settings ?

Thanks,

dp

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[LAD] question re: latency of native Linux VSTs, Dave Phillips, (Tue Feb 21, 12:34 pm)
Re: [LAD] question re: latency of native Linux VSTs, Filipe Lopes, (Tue Feb 21, 12:47 pm)
Re: [LAD] question re: latency of native Linux VSTs, Dave Phillips, (Tue Feb 21, 1:09 pm)
Re: [LAD] question re: latency of native Linux VSTs, Filipe Lopes, (Tue Feb 21, 1:28 pm)