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more pyvst

Ok, pyvst is stil chugging along but the python C API is pretty massive and has a lot of functions to get my small brained head around. I’ve got the again demo supplied in the vst sdk returning random numbers to the fader label after each buffer, which is useless on its own but another step forward. Watch this space. I’m still chugging along and coming up with some cool feature ideas.

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Categories: Interpreters, Python
  1. July 14, 2009 at 14:31

    hi

    i’m very interested in your project, and have some skills in python an c. No skill at all in audio programming, but I cannot find any simple enough software for my own needs and yet powerfull in a “logic” and “useable” way, so i want to try my chance with python.

    If you need help in something, i’d be glad to help.

  2. Andy
    August 22, 2009 at 01:10

    I’m not sure if you are making for windows or linux. I found this for windows, it may be of some use anyway..

    http://nosuch.com/tjt/nosuchsoft/nosuch_vstutil.pdf

    Kind Regards
    Andy

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