On 02/05/2013 03:58 PM, Dave Phillips wrote:
Bitwig will hopefully soon provide that (proprietary software, though).
What sucks is that it won't support LV2 when it comes out, but at least
Concerning LV2 and the lack of plugins: That's certainly a sore point.
LV2 isn't overly complicated for what it does, it's just that the
documentation sucks. So David, when are you going to write that book
(http://drobilla.net/2012/11/29/writing-an-lv2-book/)? We need it
What I also need is something like SynthEdit, but I think that Ingen
will soon fill that role, when it becomes stable enough so that I can
use it in my courses.
Talking about experimental and unstable software: Yeah, that sucks, but
the flip side of the coin is that life with Linux audio never gets
Dr. Albert Gr"af
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