Re: [LAU] Hardware VST host?

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Date: Thursday, September 24, 2009 - 7:39 pm

Michael Bohle wrote:

> We have good instruments like Hexter and so on, enough for music

I have to disagree.

I would love to join the "we have the better way", but I can't (at least
not 100%). Sure everything from PD to phasex to ghostess to ardour is
great stuff, but the ability to 1) load a project in one go and 2)
integrate as tightly as possible with plugins attract *some* people
(obviously you're not one of them, that's fine).

NB: I did a CD last year and one this year with my electronic project,
both 100% linux. The first one was a done with a intricate web of all
the usual suspects (muse, zyn, ams, pd, ardour, phasex, ghostess,
specimen + some I forgot), the second is done in a $50 native linux
host, and it's been a much more enjoyable experience and I feel the
result is better in every way.

NB2: I'm currently on a quest to get pd/sc/csound working as native vst
plugin. Of course I don't believe in presets fits all. I personally try
to develop all my sounds myself, and would love to plug in to the power
of csound totally integrated into my host.

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Re: [LAU] Hardware VST host?, Michael Bohle, (Tue Sep 22, 1:55 pm)
Re: [LAU] Hardware VST host?, Atte Andre Jensen, (Thu Sep 24, 7:39 pm)
Re: [LAU] Hardware VST host?, Brett McCoy, (Tue Sep 22, 2:08 pm)
Re: [LAU] Hardware VST host?, Andrew C, (Tue Sep 22, 2:13 pm)