[PD] loading Camomile plug-ins using vstplugin~
christof.ressi at gmx.at
Sun Jan 20 11:12:05 CET 2019
Hi Miller, I'm the developer of [vstplugin~].
> Anyhow, who would ever want to do this?
I hope nobody :-) the idea of hosting VST plugins inside a Pd patch which itself is used as a VST plugin sounds pretty absurd to me. Every decent DAW lets you connect VST plugins freely in FX chains, so I don't see any reason for opening VST plugins within other VST plugins.
I've also heard the joke about using [vstplugin~] + Camomile to host Pd inside Pd (to go "full circle") - which I think should actually work, but I wouldn't recommend it either :-).
> Gesendet: Sonntag, 20. Januar 2019 um 02:52 Uhr
> Von: "Miller Puckette" <msp at ucsd.edu>
> An: pd-list at iem.at
> Betreff: [PD] loading Camomile plug-ins using vstplugin~
> To Pd list -
> In case anyone else thought they could use vstplugin~ (By Hannes, available
> from https://git.iem.at/pd/vstplugin) to load Camomile
> (https://github.com/pierreguillot/Camomile) -
> I don't think it works. Unless I'm misreading things, once Camomile calls
> pd_init(), that call doesn't go to the pd_init that's compiled into
> Camomile (via libpd) but instead calls pd_init from the Pd that called
> vstplugin~ that called Camomile. This does nothing, and the next thing libpd
> tries to access in the Pd instance fails.
> Here, Pure Data itself (the calling program) is compiled single-thread, and
> libpd is compiled multi-thread; this means data structures in the two are
> different so they can't call back and forth; anything in libpd had better
> refer to its own version of things and not the calling program's.
> Perhaps there's a way vstplugin~ could load the VST in such a way as to have
> it only make calls back into vstplugin~ but not into Pd? It's all a bit
> confusing to me. Anyhow, who would ever want to do this? (Except actually
> for complicated reasons I would :)
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