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Dexrow synths
KVRist
131 posts since 14 Nov, 2002

Post Wed Aug 15, 2007 3:12 pm

cps went to freeware... sorta like synthedit and synthmaker. connect the modules together and output to c++ , java or shockwave.. You are not limited to just vst's

http://cps.bonneville.nl/intro.php
http://dextracker.blogspot.com/
tracker for csound, free basic and some other stuff I forgot.

laserbeak
KVRian
922 posts since 11 Mar, 2001 from nyc

Post Wed Aug 15, 2007 6:24 pm

Dexrow synths wrote:cps went to freeware... sorta like synthedit and synthmaker. connect the modules together and output to c++ , java or shockwave.. You are not limited to just vst's

http://cps.bonneville.nl/intro.php

i did enjoy CPS but i never thought of it like that
interesting

JohnyTex
KVRer
8 posts since 18 Aug, 2007

Post Sat Aug 18, 2007 5:49 pm

Just wanted to say that Dev-C++ is IMO far from the best free IDE out there today.
I'd recommend trying Code::Blocks (http://www.codeblocks.org/) or the Express version of Visual C++ (http://msdn2.microsoft.com/sv-se/express/aa975050.aspx) instead

Grafonom
KVRer
12 posts since 5 May, 2007

Post Mon Mar 24, 2008 3:46 am

Grafonom GUI and skin design service. Request a GUI for your next audio plugin and other software. Professional GUI design from a professional graphic designer.

More GUI samples:

http://grafonom.idohost.com/samples.htm
GUI Design Service:
http://grafonom.idohost.com

XIONG1
KVRer
1 posts since 18 Jul, 2008

Post Sat Jul 19, 2008 4:08 am

I have to say looks very good ...

obiwanjacobi
KVRian
519 posts since 19 Jul, 2007 from Netherlands

Post Fri Jul 25, 2008 5:24 am

VST.NET allows developers to write plugins in any .NET language.

VST.NET interops with the native C/C++ VST API using the managed extensions of the Microsoft C++ compiler. The Interop assembly just marshals the a native host to plugin call to managed code (and visa versa). This allows you to hook on any existing code fairly easily.

VST.NET also provides a managed Framework that simplifies and structures the VST interface. Using this framework you will be able to have a skeleoton plugin in no time. A lot of VST 2.4 features are supported (but not all).

To help you on your way VST.NET also comes with a few samples. The delay sample shows you how to build a fully working delay effect plugin. It supports Parameters, programs and implements persistence. The Midi Note Mapper demonstrates how to deal with Midi input/output and how to create a custom editor (UI) with WinForms.

http://www.codeplex.com/vstnet
Grtx, Marc Jacobi.
Blog | VST.NET | GMPI.NET | MIDI.NET

Paul Slocum
KVRer
1 posts since 19 Sep, 2008 from TX

Post Fri Sep 19, 2008 8:50 am

[mod edit: DO NOT post illegal links. Last warning.]

wax+wire
KVRist
81 posts since 28 Nov, 2005

Post Fri Sep 19, 2008 7:08 pm

is this 'Paul Slocum' who is causing some hassle the guy responsible for cynthcart.

if so - hello. your cartridge is wonderful ..

7Aliens
KVRer
29 posts since 30 Mar, 2009

Post Tue Jun 02, 2009 1:48 pm

Good job, thanks.

hugodotnet
KVRer
9 posts since 30 Dec, 2009

Post Sun Jan 03, 2010 9:18 am

Is it posible to load an unmanaged VST with VST.NET? or just works with managed VST?

obiwanjacobi
KVRian
519 posts since 19 Jul, 2007 from Netherlands

Post Sun Jan 03, 2010 10:23 am

hugodotnet wrote:Is it posible to load an unmanaged VST with VST.NET? or just works with managed VST?
VST.NET contains a class that allows you to load an unmanaged VST plugin. This is basically all the support for writing a (managed) host that VST.NET provides, for all other features are very much dependent on what type of host you write.

Check out the VstPluginContext class in the Jacobi.Vst.Interop.Host namespace. This class can of course also be used to load a managed plugin.

Hope it helps.
Grtx, Marc Jacobi.
Blog | VST.NET | GMPI.NET | MIDI.NET

hugodotnet
KVRer
9 posts since 30 Dec, 2009

Post Sun Jan 03, 2010 12:14 pm

obiwanjacobi wrote:
hugodotnet wrote:Is it posible to load an unmanaged VST with VST.NET? or just works with managed VST?
VST.NET contains a class that allows you to load an unmanaged VST plugin. This is basically all the support for writing a (managed) host that VST.NET provides, for all other features are very much dependent on what type of host you write.

Check out the VstPluginContext class in the Jacobi.Vst.Interop.Host namespace. This class can of course also be used to load a managed plugin.

Hope it helps.
Hello sir, when I try to load an unmanaged plugin (for example ColossusVST.dll and others existing unmanaged VSTs) with the Jacobi.Vst.Samples.Host program I get this five exception messages:
1. "SystemArgumentException: Can not find the requested value 'receiveVstTimeInfo'..."
2. "SystemArgumentException: Can not find the requested value 'asyncProcessing'..."
3. "SystemArgumentException: Can not find the requested value 'supplyIdle'"
4. "SystemArgumentException: Can not find the requested value 'supportShell'"
5. "SystemArgumentException: Can not find the requested value 'editFile'"

do you know why? or maybe you have some application example that loads an unmanaged VST.

Your help will be very grateful.

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jupiter8
KVRAF
9376 posts since 17 Sep, 2002 from Gothenburg Sweden

Post Thu Feb 04, 2010 11:45 pm

http://www.katjaas.nl/home/home.html

Some cool stuff in here that i dont think have been mentioned before. I particulary liked the beatdetection section.

Numarul7
KVRer
3 posts since 2 Mar, 2010

Post Tue Mar 02, 2010 2:44 pm

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Add to hosts , opensource host http://code.google.com/p/macaw/ (http://code.google.com/p/macaw/) # maybe resurect it mod it.

mistahbrock
KVRer
27 posts since 21 Mar, 2010

Post Mon Mar 22, 2010 6:17 am

Also remember this link:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/mda-vst/

Those guys was out very early with some fun and interesting plugins when I started looking for free plugs back in the early days of Vst.

Cheers, Brock :wink:

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