Re: [LAU] A good Sampler

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Date: Tuesday, September 13, 2011 - 11:18 am

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> Date: Mon=2C 12 Sep 2011 22:53:02 -0400

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They well do so as they offer cost based commercial licenced=2C so for a fr=
ee but not FOSS software who knows what they'll say.

"The commercial edition is available for use in proprietary
software applications. The standard licence is extremely flexible=2C
and a budget independent-developer licence is also available for
individuals working on low-cost applications.

With the
commercial edition you also obtain the source code with the right to
modify it if you desire=2C along with 12 months of updates. Optionally
at a small extra cost we can provide ready-to-use binary libraries for
Win32 and OS/X.

The commercial edition contains essentially the
same source code as the Free Software edition=2C but provides more
flexibility in build environment and library support=2C including
support for Intel Integrated Performance Primitives and Apple
Accelerate/vDSP frameworks as alternatives to FFTW and libsamplerate
(though you can also use these if you have commercial licenses for
them).

For pricing and more details=2C please contact us."

http://breakfastquay.com/rubberband/license.html

Can be no harm in contacting them anyway=2C if it hasn't been done previous=
ly.

Or was the one mentioned by another poster (sorry forgot what it was called=
) also GPL only? Have to admit licensing isn't overly a strong point of min=
e...

Dale.
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&gt=3B Date: Mon=2C 12 Sep 2011 22:53:02 -0400&gt=3B From:=
david@davidcornette.com&gt=3B To: linux-audio-user@lists.linuxaudio.or=
g&gt=3B Subject: Re: [LAU] A good Sampler&gt=3B &gt=3B On Sun=
=2C Sep 11=2C 2011 at 01:22:31PM +0000=2C Dale Powell wrote:&gt=3B &gt=
=3B Unfortunately I don't know anything that fulfils the requirements thoug=
h.&gt=3B &gt=3B Best free library from timestretch I know of is the Rub=
berBand one. This has&gt=3B &gt=3B been incorporated into a few program=
s=2C eq SuperLooper and QTracker=2C but don't&gt=3B &gt=3B think any of=
them allow yo to create and play instruments as it sounds like&gt=3B &=
gt=3B you want. As the library exists I guess we can hope LinuxSampler will=
&gt=3B &gt=3B consider incorporating it into their program in the not t=
oo distant future=2C&gt=3B &gt=3B especially if they see some requests=
=2C but would hold your breath.&gt=3B &gt=3B &gt=3B &gt=3B Linu=
xSampler cannot use Rubber Band unless they change their license=2C since&gt=3B Rubber Band is GPL=2C and Linuxsampler's license is incompatible w=
ith GPL.&gt=3B They could of course try to convince the authors of Rubb=
er Band to make an&gt=3B exception to their license instead. I doubt e=
ither will happen.&gt=3B They well do so as they offer cost bas=
ed commercial licenced=2C so for a free but not FOSS software who knows wha=
t they'll say."The commercial edition is available for use i=
n proprietary
software applications. The standard licence is extremely flexible=2C
and a budget independent-developer licence is also available for
individuals working on low-cost applications.With the
commercial edition you also obtain the source code with the right to
modify it if you desire=2C along with 12 months of updates. Optionally
at a small extra cost we can provide ready-to-use binary libraries for
Win32 and OS/X.The commercial edition contains essentially the
same source code as the Free Software edition=2C but provides more
flexibility in build environment and library support=2C including
support for Intel Integrated Performance Primitives and Apple
Accelerate/vDSP frameworks as alternatives to FFTW and libsamplerate
(though you can also use these if you have commercial licenses for
them).For pricing and more details=2C please contact us."ht=
tp://breakfastquay.com/rubberband/license.htmlCan be no harm in con=
tacting them anyway=2C if it hasn't been done previously.Or=
was the one mentioned by another poster (sorry forgot what it was called) =
also GPL only? Have to admit licensing isn't overly a strong point of mine.=
..Dale.
=

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