OpenSource non-linux plugins out there?

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http://www.kvraudio.com/news/oxe-fm-syn ... urce-30983

oxy-fm-synth updated and now open source, gpl v3

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Wow, one one my favourite free fm synth that i miss.

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Has this one been mentioned here? I didn't find anything with the search but I can't be bothered to go through 12 pages :)
http://virtualanalogy.com/

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That's a nice find. A Paraphrasis.jucer file exists, perhaps falkTX can whip up a working Makefile for Linux ?

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falkTX wrote:
davephillips wrote: A Paraphrasis.jucer file exists, perhaps falkTX can whip up a working Makefile for Linux ?
Done, see my fork here https://github.com/falkTX/Paraphrasis
Link to 64bit vst binary https://github.com/falkTX/Paraphrasis/r ... phrasis.so

I'm not really sure how to use this plugin and don't really have that much time to test it.
So let me know how it works.
If it doesn't have that many issues I can add it to distrho-ports-extra, although the amount of dependencies that thing has is a bit much..
Hey, that was quick, thanks a lot ! I checked your binary, it crashed in Bitwig, so I rebuilt it with your git code. I figured out I had to have the sample playing to get the analysis stage to work, otherwise the plugin crashed. I'm still working with it to see what it can do, but the controls work and I've got sound out of it. So far, so good.

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Thanks a lot falkTX. I had one crash with it but I can't replicate it and seems to work pretty well overall. You can create some weird sounds with it 8)

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Sharki Stereo delay.

http://stereodelay.codeplex.com/

Based on juce, however i see something of mvsc++ but i don't know if that a 'bad' thing to get i build or port to linux.

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Scorchcrafter. Saw it in beginning of the thead but the domain has dissapeared, but the files are on sourceforge.

https://sourceforge.net/projects/scorchcrafter/

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AutoStatic wrote:danboid is right. So you're completely free to do whatever you want with the source code of HighLife. I've just checked the HighLife disclaimer and it's indeed an old style four clause BSD license.
But it's only one plugin. Is it worth the hassle? Surely, better to do what the author asks, and make it clear why - which is exactly what falkTX has done.

Hmmm. I seem to have jumped several pages - sorry about that :oops:

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Signalizer is a all-in-one signal visualizing package with a bunch of unique focus-points; real-time audio visualization with optimized 3D GPU graphics, everything being scalable and zoomable gridlessly as well as being arbitrarily precise in both settings and display. Combined with a rich feature set, Signalizer is suited both for electrical/audio engineers fullscreen-inspecting signals, or for general small windows giving an overview of your audio as you create

http://www.jthorborg.com/index.html?ipage=signalizer

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