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I guess you're right, but the Idea is to connect between my friend and the
dev community so they can work out together the best possible solution for
The guy is talented and interested to work with Linux community.
Also for future possible developments, I think this could do some good for
the Linux audio community.
On Mon, Nov 26, 2012 at 2:37 PM, Paul Davis wrote:
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Thanks Paul,I guess you're right, but the Idea=
is to connect between my friend and the dev community so they can work out=
together the best possible solution for Linux users. The guy is talent=
ed and interested to work with Linux community.
Also for future possible developments, I think this could do some good for =
the Linux audio community.Thanks again.MosheOn Mon, Nov 26, 2012 at 2:37 PM, Paul Davis <email@example.com> wrote:
On Mon, Nov 26, 2012 at 7:11 AM, Moshe Werner <firstname.lastname@example.org=
Hi all,I'm writing this for a friend of mine. =
This particular friend is a recording hardware developer that build sev=
eral preamps, EQ's, etc. He is well known in the high end analog ge=
ar community and build tools for the some pretty big names in the industry =
(e.g. Bob Katz).
So this friend and I were discussing a new hardware analog device with =
digital control that he designed and I must say that his idea is pretty goo=
d.I asked him if it will be possible to control the device from a plugi=
n and got a negative answer, but he said he would be glad to offer informat=
ion to a developer interested in this kind of project.
I told him about Linux, Ardour and LV2 and he was very interested.I pro=
posed to him to contact the Linux Audio community and see if there is anyon=
e that would be interested to participate.Basically the idea is to =
make an interface for his device in LV2 format.
I don't know how much (if any) money will be involved, so you will =
have to discuss these matters with him directly.Please understand t=
hat I cannot give his or the company's name at this time.Anyone=
interested please contact me directly so I can give you more details.
Its not immediately obvious than a =
plugin (in any format) is the right choice to control a device. I guess it =
depends a lot on the nature of the device. I know that there are companies =
like UAD who have external h/w DSP units that are represented to the user a=
s if they were "native" plugins. If it is this kind of thing, the=
n certainly "wrapping" the device and presenting it as if it is j=
ust a s/w plugin is a smart and nice thing for the user. On the other hand,=
if its a device that doesn't bring audio into and/or out of the comput=
er, or if it only brings audio into/outof the computer, then a plugin is no=
t a sensible way to present it.