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AGain in Python

Update: Things are moving on nicely with my first main attempt at wrapping the AGain demo included in the VST sdk to python using nothing but the standard python C API. So far I have everything implemented but the main process, for which I’ll need to do a bit more reading on the numpy C API. Most of this was possible thanks to an easy tutorial by Jun Du over at codeproject.com.

More updates (and source code of course) to follow soon.

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  1. zeptin
    February 18, 2010 at 21:09

    Wow, that sounds really cool, what’s the forecast on the arrival of the source code? 🙂

  2. February 19, 2010 at 03:43

    Hopefully soon. There really isn’t much to it but I keep on hitting walls with the numpy C-API. I’ve posted a question on stackoverflow.com to try to get this little issue resolved as the numpy C-API reference manual is a little hard to swallow. See the following if you think you can help. . .

    http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2290007/beginner-using-numpy-c-api

  3. edexter
    February 27, 2010 at 15:13

    I grabbed the latest build but I am not sure what to do with it now that I have it. I do alot of graphic front ends that are independent of the sound engine and I am ready to add some vst stuff. Do you have an example of making a sound??

    http://dextracker.blogspot.com/2009/02/dex-tracker.html

  4. nlor
    April 27, 2010 at 23:44

    Yea, I don’t know what to do either.
    Can you give us an example, tutorial, demo on how to make a plugin with pyvst?
    Thanks.

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