On 13/10/11 10:25 PM, allcoms wrote:
From what I understand, it is a proper port -- falktx is adding LV2
support to the JUCE framework that the TAL plugins (and many other
cross-platform VSTs) use, which should make it possible for them to be
built as LV2 plugins.
I'm not exactly sure how the licencing works in all of that, but I do
hope that it means that some of these ported plugins can go in to
distros; that's definitely one of the biggest downside to native VSTs.
Agreed -- something like a plugin version of Specimen (or Petri-Foo)
would be very handy. FWIW, though, I've had great success with
LinuxSampler as an LV2 plugin within Ardour 3, mostly with SFZ samples.
I haven't actually made any of my own SFZ instruments yet, but it's a
simple text-based format so it doesn't require any specific tools to
I wrote a (lengthy) article all about LinuxSampler a little while ago --
hopefully it can help to clear up some of the confusion about it:
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