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Postby blatanville; Mon Apr 08, 2013 8:41 am

Attractive "Analog Gear" UI templates, inexpensive and attractive:

https://creativemarket.com/stefusilviu/ ... log-UI-kit


look around the creative market site for other textures and templates that may be of use...
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Postby godly; Tue Jun 04, 2013 5:30 am

Hi folks, i've been looking around a bit, but still don't have a clear view on what's the easiest framework to develop a VST host (drag and drop elements)
Can somebody help me out to get started?
I'd love to try and make my own vst host.
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Postby declassified; Sat Oct 05, 2013 9:42 am

This is a self-ad, but can we add this to the list above? :) I think it's helpful for people starting out with plugin development.
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Postby Ivan_C; Sun Aug 10, 2014 10:56 pm Re: DSP / Plugin / Host Development - Links

Here is a link where you can download for free the book "Introduction to Signal Processing" by Sophocles J. Orfanidis, and all the examples for MATLAB or in C code :

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Postby xoxos; Wed Oct 07, 2015 5:51 pm Re: DSP / Plugin / Host Development - Links

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Postby chris jordan; Thu Sep 29, 2016 3:20 am Re: DSP / Plugin / Host Development - Links

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I had seen that the Android NDK supports logging to the main Android log from NDK code, and I was sure that since Objective-C is based (in theory) on C, there could be something working there. However, above all, I didn’t want to have to write or maintain multiple loggers or litter all my C++ code with ‘if’ checks.

So, what I decided to do was to go for a good ol’ fashion macro hack.

Including this header in your cross-platform, C++ code and using the principle LOG_[LEVEL] commands will allow you to use logging with a traditional C++ app (e.g. MFC), in the Android NDK, or in Objective-C. I also included a debug/release version, where I eliminate all but the error log (so that debug logs don’t accidentally get exposed to prying eyes). For the non-mobile logging, I just pipe to std::clog or std::cerr, but those could be replaced with one of the above logging frameworks.

For good measure, I also added Crashlytics logging to the release version of the iOS code. Check out this post for full detailed article: http://www.sureshjoshi.com/mobile/cross-platform-mobile-logging-macro/ (http://www.sureshjoshi.com/mobile/cross-platform-mobile-logging-macro/)

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