[PD] [PD-announce] Camomile v1.0.6 - LV2 support, PdStalFx, Audio Buses, etc.
guillotpierre6 at gmail.com
Wed Jul 25 19:18:44 CEST 2018
> You had a video tutorial on how to generate
> plugins before, I think this is also a nice feature to dedicate another
> video showing how easier it is now ;)
Here it is: https://vimeo.com/281661482.
I will do the linux version of the video soon!
Le lun. 16 juil. 2018 à 11:00, Pierre Guillot <guillotpierre6 at gmail.com> a
>> I just realized this is also another feature I had requested that must
>> really facilitate things. You had a video tutorial on how to generate
>> plugins before, I think this is also a nice feature to dedicate another
>> video showing how easier it is now ;)
> Yes, this video should be easy to do.
> Oh, and, by the way, I'm more than willing to support this project by
>> adding support to my externals - you wouldn't need to worry on maintaining
>> But I needed to know what I had to do...
> Thanks, it's really appreciated! There is a thread on the pd forum where I
> speak about it (
> One idea could be to create a parallel distribution, some kind of
> Camomile-extended, but I'm not sure that's the good approach (in fact, I'm
> pretty sure it's not). I would prefer to have the dynamic libraries
> alongside the patches and, if necessary, to let libraries devs to manage
> the multiinstance/multithread support (most of the time it's not hard to
> do) and offering a special version of their libraries. Anyway, for the
> first approach I can make an example with the freeverb external and let
> people do the same with their libraries if they want to have their own
> Camomile distribution. And if you want to have a first look, the first step
> would be to compile Camomile, it's pretty easy and straightforward (on Mac
> there is one solution that compile everything and on Linux one makefile),
> see the readme:
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