DStudio - make music with openFrameworks v1.0 released!

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DStudio - make music with openFrameworks v1.0 released!

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DStudio - make music with openFrameworks

DStudio combines the ofSoundStream class of openFrameworks with the DSP library DaisySP from Electro-smith.

DStudio provides another abstraction layer where you don't deal with soundstreams and filters but with synthesizers, mixers, plugins and sequencers.

Like making a studio with code!

The parts of DStudio are:

ofxDaisySP – an addon with DaisySP, a DSP library.

ofxDStudio – an addon which builds upon DaisySP to give you synthesizers, a sample player, drum sounds, FX plugins, a mixer with FX, sequencers as well as utilities. All can be controlled by MIDI.

demos – nine examples that shows you how to use DStudio.

In ofxDStudio you will find:

3 synthesizer classes
1 sample player class
6 drum classes
1 mixer class
1 splitter class
2 sequencer classes
6 FX classes
a total of 24 classes
10 000+ lines of code
an extensive written manual

Demo on YouTube: https://youtu.be/65uiYlsG29Q

Download: https://www.oscillator.se/opensource/#openframeworks
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This looks really interesting.

I stumbled upon openFrameworks a few weeks ago, from an user point-of-view trying to compile some video stuff (https://andreijaycreativecoding.com/Vid ... sphere-RPI). However I wasn't able to get it working. :lol:
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I'm a C programmer, so I have no class.
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@LAM, thanks! What kind of problem did you have installing it? On what os?
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oscillator wrote: Mon May 23, 2022 2:45 pm @LAM, thanks! What kind of problem did you have installing it? On what os?
I had no problems with openFrameworks itself, I had problem compiling the video stuff I linked. Most of these OF programs seems to emulate 70-80s video video feedback stuff, they are designed to run on RPI but it should be possible to run it on a desktop x64 system, I believe... :roll:

Anyway I don't want to steer the discussion away from DStudio.

Great stuff you made, I'm not a programmer but I'll take a look at your project. :wink:
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For the next version I will look into DStudio - graphics interaction, using MIDI (and possibly audio) to control visual FX.

At the moment there is an annoying bug concerning gstreamer and openFrameworks that wont let me move forward...
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