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969 posts since 21 Aug, 2006 from toronto, on

Post 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...

786 posts since 22 May, 2013 from Gent, Belgium

Post 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.
My sounddesign: Synth1/Ex5/D-50 patches https://goo.gl/zE3pkk
My stuff: W10x64i7 15" laptop, Reaper/Cantabile3+Synth1+Avenger on stage+NordStage2+Samson Graphite 49
Loving new VPS Avenger! Check my skins! https://goo.gl/MBNJHj

1231 posts since 24 May, 2004 from Germany

Post 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.

1065 posts since 11 Aug, 2004 from Breuillet, France

Re: DSP / Plugin / Host Development - Links

Post Sun Aug 10, 2014 10:56 pm

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 :


Mr Entertainment
12018 posts since 30 Apr, 2002 from i might peeramid

Re: DSP / Plugin / Host Development - Links

Post Wed Oct 07, 2015 5:51 pm

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chris jordan
1 posts since 29 Sep, 2016

Re: DSP / Plugin / Host Development - Links

Post Thu Sep 29, 2016 3:20 am

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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 ... ing-macro/ (http://www.sureshjoshi.com/mobile/cross-platform-mobile-logging-macro/)

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