reverb and filter
jeremaja.niko at googlemail.com
Fri Apr 25 19:36:10 BST 2008
you can try joost
i did not used it a lot but i tried it and it works nice
i personaly keep .so files in my home :) i just select in joost options
where is my folder with plugins is and he is listing them and running
simone www.io-sound.org wrote:
> i was a bit lost about the vst version, i ve downloaded the right
> archive now with the source code, but trying to ./ configure it says it
> can t find fttw3f library, any idea where i can get it?
> At the moment i am going along with Gverb
> i need to ask this question again: where am i supposed to put native vst
> plugin for linux and which program can run them? (don t say energy/xt2 !)
> (the 21th of May i am going to perform for the first time with a Linux
> On Thu, Apr 24, 2008 at 7:16 PM, simone www.io-sound.org
> <http://www.io-sound.org> <cimo75 at gmail.com <mailto:cimo75 at gmail.com>>
> i have no idea of where to put the .so file i got.Is jack-rack vst
> thanks for your help
> On Thu, Apr 24, 2008 at 11:18 AM, niko <jeremaja.niko at googlemail.com
> <mailto:jeremaja.niko at googlemail.com>> wrote:
> hi S
> I personally always vote for freeverb. you can find it almost
> (ladspa, pd external). for a filter i would recomend to hear
> moog 24db
> lowpass and "state variable" (SV) multimode.
> all of them you can try with "jack rack" or as externals in
> they are both light apps.
> this formulas are quite standard, you can actually hear them
> synths and fx (vst-s and so on...).
> hope this helps
> simone www.io-sound.org <http://www.io-sound.org> wrote:
> > hola!
> > i am looking for a nice reverb in LADSPA format (maybe a
> lightweight app
> > that cointais it would be ok) and also for a filter with a deep
> > resonance for filter sweepings.any idea is welcome!
> > Simone
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