rosea grammostola a écrit :
Atte Andre Jensen wrote:
rosea grammostola wrote:
@ Atte, Any results from your research yet?
supercollider seems like a no go
pd has some possibilitites, the easiest would be to make the
http://www-crca.ucsd.edu/~jsarlo/pdvst/ work on linux. I mailed the
author, but didn't get a reply back just yet.
csound has csoundvst, which should work, just have to figure out where I
can download it (there seems to be no official releases, or something)...
So csound seems closest...
A little OT, but when you talk about VST (hardware) hosts (see other
thread), you got a lot of replies and also comments that we don't need
VST cause we have enough plugins...
But you don't get many response, when you actually have a idea to
improve the plugin situation in a GPL manner...
Maybe people think the plugin situation on Linux doesn't have to be
improved, but I can't believe (sorry about that) a zynaddsubfx (which
acts pretty unstable with jack and have clicks and pops) and plugins
like hexter can satisfy the needs of, let's call them professionals.
A little delayed, but like to know :
What Linux applis are you using to have sound for "replace" :
Personnaly, don't use VST, but orchestration is really reduced in terms
let say it's a good opportunity to improve my guitar and bass play !
Thanks for answers,