OpenSource non-linux plugins out there?

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Re: OpenSource non-linux plugins out there?

Postby stanlea » Sat Jun 28, 2014 8:59 pm

glowrak guy wrote:http://www.osar.fr/protoplug/


is ready for linux... and certainly something to consider

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Re: OpenSource non-linux plugins out there?

Postby tatch » Fri Jul 11, 2014 1:02 am

falkTX wrote:I just did an experiment to see how porting things go using DPF (my plugin framework thing).

MVerb looked like a good first test-candidate.
It kinda has a linux version but:
1. doesn't have UI
2. is only VST
it might also have small issues with parameters, at least it appeared that way reading the code.
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didnt j_e_f_f_g do an mverb? http://sourceforge.net/projects/mverb/

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Re: OpenSource non-linux plugins out there?

Postby evlsht » Fri Jul 11, 2014 6:38 am

Swarmsynth is a very interesting plugin. the process engine is really original, and the sounds created too
The source code si available here : http://anarchysoundsoftware.co.uk/anarchysoundsoftware/?page_id=62

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Re: OpenSource non-linux plugins out there?

Postby StudioDave » Fri Jul 11, 2014 3:00 pm

re: MVerb

falkTX wrote:Don't go spreading the word about this just yet though, I need some testers to report it works 100% first.


No problems building or using. Tested in Bitwig 1.0.10.

Thanks again for this one, it's a sweet verb. And thanks for all the work you've done on plugins, the Linux audio world is a richer place. Ditto for JeffG's work on SFZ instruments.

Best,

dp

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Re: OpenSource non-linux plugins out there?

Postby j_e_f_f_g » Sat Jul 12, 2014 12:06 am

falkTX wrote:j_e_f_f_g's code changed too much to still be considered the same project.


It's functionally the same as the original. Same parameters, same sound.

But I did:

1) rewrite in C so it can be used other than just with C++.

2) the one .c and .h file can be directly linked into both a linux or windows C/C++ app with no changes needed.

3) added features that allow other developers to use it in ways the original doesn't, for example operate on 8/16/24/32-bit linear data, mono or stereo data, and interleaved data.

4) reduced its memory usage. Like, in half typically.

5) added missing error checking/handling. For example, the orig will crash under low/fragmented memory conditions. Mine won't.

that thing looks ugly...


That's because it tries to support every uncompressed data format, plus all that logic to squeeze down memory use, and also error-check everything to safely recover instead of crash. You can write a lot "cleaner" code if you remove features, don't care how much RAM you use, and bypass error checking/recovery so that it runs great when all goes well but crashes the host when a problem arises.

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Re: OpenSource non-linux plugins out there?

Postby bazsound » Sat Jul 12, 2014 10:24 am

falkTX wrote:I just did an experiment to see how porting things go using DPF (my plugin framework thing).

MVerb looked like a good first test-candidate.
It kinda has a linux version but:
1. doesn't have UI
2. is only VST
it might also have small issues with parameters, at least it appeared that way reading the code.

so, here it is: :D
https://github.com/DISTRHO/MVerb

It can be built as ladspa, dssi, lv2, vst and jack-standalone.
So you can't complain it doesn't work in your host. :wink:

It's only an experiment, but feel free to report issues.
Don't go spreading the word about this just yet though, I need some testers to report it works 100% first.


EDIT:
those downloading via git, this uses submodules so don't forget the usual:

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git submodule init
git submodule update


is there any lib dependancies? im having trouble compiling it, theres not really any notes.

make -C dpf/dgl
make: *** dpf/dgl: No such file or directory. Stop.
make: *** [libs] Error 2

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Re: OpenSource non-linux plugins out there?

Postby StudioDave » Sat Jul 12, 2014 10:47 am

bazsound wrote:
is there any lib dependancies? im having trouble compiling it, theres not really any notes.

make -C dpf/dgl
make: *** dpf/dgl: No such file or directory. Stop.
make: *** [libs] Error 2


Assuming you're building from a git clone of the sources, it looks like you didn't do a git pull of the submodules.

The OP indicated that necessity at the end of his post.

Good luck, let us know how it turns out.

Best,

dp

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Re: OpenSource non-linux plugins out there?

Postby bazsound » Sat Jul 12, 2014 11:13 am

StudioDave wrote:
bazsound wrote:
is there any lib dependancies? im having trouble compiling it, theres not really any notes.

make -C dpf/dgl
make: *** dpf/dgl: No such file or directory. Stop.
make: *** [libs] Error 2


Assuming you're building from a git clone of the sources, it looks like you didn't do a git pull of the submodules.

The OP indicated that necessity at the end of his post.

Good luck, let us know how it turns out.

Best,

dp


I downloaded it from the site as a zip so the git commands dont work as its not a git pull. theres nothing in the notes about doing a git pull

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Re: OpenSource non-linux plugins out there?

Postby bazsound » Sat Jul 12, 2014 11:15 am

nevermind i worked out that i should git clone https://github.com/DISTRHO/MVerb

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Re: OpenSource non-linux plugins out there?

Postby bazsound » Sat Jul 12, 2014 11:23 am

Got it working compiled fine on my system.

Tested it while watching a film, default settings sound great.

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Re: OpenSource non-linux plugins out there?

Postby dakylla » Sun Jul 13, 2014 10:54 am

Hello All,

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kmelody@studio:~/tmp/LV2/plugins/MVerb$ jalv.gtk http://distrho.sf.net/plugins/MVerb
Error opening file /usr/lib/lv2/drumgizmo.lv2/manifest.ttl (No such file or directory)
lilv_world_load_file(): error: Error loading file `file:///usr/lib/lv2/drumgizmo.lv2/manifest.ttl'
lilv_world_load_bundle(): error: Error reading file:///usr/lib/lv2/drumgizmo.lv2/manifest.ttl
Plugin:       http://distrho.sf.net/plugins/MVerb
UI:           http://distrho.sf.net/plugins/MVerb#UI
JACK Name:    MVerb
Block length: 128 frames
MIDI buffers: 2048 bytes
Comm buffers: 32768 bytes
Update rate:  46.9 Hz

damping         = 50.000000
density         = 50.000000
bandwidth       = 50.000000
decay           = 50.000000
predelay        = 50.000000
size            = 75.000000
gain            = 100.000000
mix             = 50.000000
earlymix        = 50.000000
Shader shader/vert error:

assertion failure: "fContext != nullptr" in file src/NanoVG.cpp, line 119
Segmentation fault


Am I the only one with this error ?

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Re: OpenSource non-linux plugins out there?

Postby GMaq » Mon Jul 14, 2014 1:30 pm

@falkTX

Hi, the new MVerb looks and works great here! Great work and example of DPF! 8)

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Re: OpenSource non-linux plugins out there?

Postby glowrak guy » Sun Jul 20, 2014 2:13 am

http://www.mark-henning.de/am_downloads ... aMark_Misc

Scroll down to a link, to open source code to

" Read/write/edit .TUN and .MSF files
Import Scala scale files (.SCL) and Scala keyboard mappings (.KBM)
Complete sources of the TUN-Tools V1.00"

Mark Henning recently released his AnaMark synth, that uses such things,
as freeware. The TUN code is a separate, but open-source download.
Perhaps useful for yoshimi and other capable projects. The synth itself
is nice for wine users, easy versatility to modify sounds.
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Re: OpenSource non-linux plugins out there?

Postby GMaq » Tue Aug 05, 2014 9:17 pm

falkTX wrote:For some reason I completely didn't see this one before:
http://www.kvraudio.com/product/luftikus-by-lkjb

now in a kx package as "luftikus" (and DISTRHO repo).


Oooohhhh that's a nice one!! Good catch!

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Re: OpenSource non-linux plugins out there?

Postby witchspace » Sun Aug 17, 2014 3:08 pm

Thanks for making DISTHRO, it's great to have all those LV2 plugins in a convenient bundle for Linux.

As for open source non-linux plugins, there's https://github.com/bsutherland/JuceOPLVSTi , a Juce VSTi with GUI that emulates a OPL2 sound chip (2-operator FM synthesis) which has build instructions for Windows but not for Linux. It may be interesting to include. Although you already have dexed, the FM sound from adlib is somewhat different as it offers different waveforms.


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