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Re: Suggestions for writing your own custom looping VSTs
Answering my own question (from the Cycling '74 site):
"If you want to tweak your own plug-ins, you might want to consider
Max/MSP, which includes everything you need to develop your own
plug-ins." Now I know how I'll be spending my summer vacation. . .
On 6/2/06, Per Boysen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 2 jun 2006, at 22.03, Art Simon wrote:
> > I'm curious what you mean that "the plugin specific stuff is coming
> > with pluggo". Do I need to purchase Pluggo in addition to Max?
> (Chiming in here)
> From the "PluggoDevGuide35.pdf" that comes with Pluggo:
> > Plug-in Development
> > This manual describes how to use the audio plug-in construction
> > tools in Max/MSP. These tools
> > consist of nine Max/MSP objects and a host interface that loads
> > plug-ins built in Max/MSP and
> > creates an interface for them that appears to a host audio program
> > as an audio plug-in.
> Greetings from Sweden
> Per Boysen
> www.boysen.se (Swedish)
> www.looproom.com (international)
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