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On Mon, Nov 26, 2012 at 4:11 AM, Moshe Werner wrote:
> Hi all,
A 'driver' using libmapper [http://www.idmil.org/software/libmapper] would
be more appropriate than a plugin, I think.
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On Mon, Nov 26, 2012 at 4:11 AM, Moshe W=
erner <email@example.com> wrote:
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.
A 'driver' using libmapper [http://www.idmil.org/software/=
libmapper] would be more appropriate than a plugin, I think.