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Haha, that simplified things ;) Thanks! I'm going to check out the plugins
on the list I don't know personally too. Is there any of those plugins that
stand out in terms of how good they are?
On Sun, Aug 18, 2013 at 11:22 PM, J. Liles wrote:
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Haha, that simplified things ;) Thanks! I'm going to c=
heck out the plugins on the list I don't know personally too. Is there =
any of those plugins that stand out in terms of how good they are?
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8, 2013 at 11:22 PM, J. Liles <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrot=
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8, 2013 at 2:14 PM, J. Liles <email@example.com> wrote=
On Sun, Aug 18, 2013 at 2:02 PM, Gabbe =
Nord <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
gins are the best according to you Liles, and you Fons? Or anyone else know=
ledgable for that matter.
I personally wouldn't catch the difference unless it's somethin=
g fairly obvious, but I do agree it's impossible to know which ones are=
the good ones in the giant pile that is LADSPA/LV2 plugins...
If you tell me/us that, I'll compile it to a list and put it somewh=
ere where we can refer people. Preferably the Linuxmusicians or Linux Audio=
Ah. Good question. Well, I would say that all of Fons plugins are good. Not=
necessarily well documented or easy to use, but good.
A quick grep of my song sessions shows the following LADSPA =
plugin IDs. This does not necessarily reflect my current working set (which=
is definitely smaller), but is all I've got time for at the moment.
And if that's too obscure =
I've attached it in the form of a Non Mixer plugin favorites file (put =
it in ~/.non-mixer)=A0