On Thu, Mar 3, 2011 at 4:00 AM, Alexandre Prokoudine
Which unto itself doesn't have to be a problem and could even be a
strength of Linux audio.
The folks we'd be focused on are the PTLE people. They are primarily
home/small studio users and most likely haven't spent thousands of
dollars on licensed plugins. However they might be drawn to Linux
audio as an alternative if they understood how rich the Open Source
plugin library is.
Has anyone ever done a plugin-by-plugin replacement guide for PT
plugins showing what the most equivalent (or better) solution is in
LV2, LADSPA, etc.? Might be an interesting web page to look at.
Ardour has a page listing general groups:
but I haven't seen anything that attempts to A/B Waves plugins vs
their most comparable LADSPA version, etc.
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