cern.linux.vst 


linux vst - work in progress

 - links:

energy-xt
jucetice
linux-vst
svn.jacklab.net

freepascal
delphi vst sdk
lptk

dc-dsp components

dsp stuff
music-dsp
vst soure code archive

- download:

bpan ambisonic encoder
ambisonic reflector
killerringer
loser dev plugin pack
lost technology
midi gain
msmatrix
refuzznik


05.jun.2007

not much activity here lately, been 'busy' with manes and the new album, experimenting with freepascal, a slightly modified delphi vst sdk, and lptk for linux vst development, and playing around with energy xt2 of course...

patience... things are coming...

12.apr.2007

obviously, i was in too much of a hurry to get this page up and running, so i uploaded a few plugins by mistake. i didn't port these, so they didn't belong here... find them at jucetice and/or svn.jacklab.net

09.apr.2007

first batch of ported plugins, and some info:

bpan ambisonic encoder

<short info here>
[more info] - [download]

ambisonic reflector

the ambisonic reflector is a vst plugin which combines an ambisonic panner with first, second or third order capabilities coupled with a first reflections generator, also capable of first, second or third order operation.
[sourceforge] - [download]

killerringer

ring modulator with variable lfo oscillators
[more info] - [download]

loser dev plugin pack

3bandeq, 3bandsplitter, bricklimit, dcassassin, dclm, delay, dither, dvc, exciter, gate, lhpt, msdec, msenc, multibandjoiner, pingpongdelay, stereoenhancer
[more info] - [download]

lost technology

transforms sounds by taking them apart and then putting them together in a different way
[more info] - [download]

midi gain

a midi vst plugin example
[more info] - [download]

msmatrix

<short info here>
[more info] - [download]

refuzznik

a distortion effect that applies a sinusoidal waveshaping function to its input signal
[more info] - [download]


coming (perhaps) ...

- there's some issues with plugins with multiple in/outs, that i didn't handle properly when doing the first versions... will go through all plugins soon, re-compile and re-upload...

- lately, i've been thinking about a ladspa and/or dssi wrapper, so that you can use the binary *.so files directly, without porting and compilation... so far i've just had a short glimpse at the dssi.h and ladspa.h files, and it seems like it could be quite easy, but we'll see... i personally would be very happy to have these available in energy xt2 / linux. of course, a real port would be the best, but a wrapper would be better than not available at all...