High-end plug-ins for Linux

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High-end plug-ins for Linux

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If you already use Linux for audio production, or if you've thought about making the switch but haven't found the right plug-ins yet, this range now available from the Applied Computer Music Technologies website could help. Available as VST2 for Linux, the set of plug-ins feature modern, intuitive UIs - the perfect antidote to photo-realistic skeuomorphic overload - combined with high quality, CPU efficient processing.

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Just uploaded some new builds, which addresses an issue that could affect initialisation of the ACM500 EQ in some hosts, and cleans up some namespace / symbol issues (even though they weren't causing any known problems).

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Re: High-end plug-ins for Linux

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Those are gorgeous gui's! I think the ACM's might benefit from being wider,
with more empty space between controls. To me, there is too much data
displayed in such close procimity, that there is no room to contemplate it
without being interrupted by other data directly in view.
Hope that makes sense!
Cheers

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