vst~ in pluggo


    Aug 03 2006 | 1:32 pm
    mac os classic, pluggo 3
    i ran into some trouble using vst~ in pluggo, while it offers great possibilities, it seems a bit complicated to handle.
    the current pattern in my vst~ stuff is that the object is filled with a plug-in via drag and drop. but this stops working when i repeat the process and load a _second instance of the _same effect plug-in in a _second vst~ object inside the _same pluggo - the first vst~"slot" looses its plug-in that way and is emtpy again.
    looki looki:
    [plugin~] [vst~] (northpole), [vst~] (northpole) [plugout~]
    hm?
    in the same context please also allow me to complain once more that it is hard to use complex lcd subpatches inside pluggo. :) it is not only that it refuses to initialise (40 messages, 3 loadbangs, tried also with delay), i can not even send the messages manually or in other ways ... most stuff i need to send to the lcd simply doesnt go there (it works in max like a charm)
    danke,
    -110

    • Aug 03 2006 | 2:33 pm
    • Aug 03 2006 | 3:25 pm
      do i look like someone who would care for what is allowed and what is forbidden? :)
    • Aug 03 2006 | 4:09 pm
      On Aug 3, 2006, at 10:25 AM, Roman Thilenius wrote:
      > > do i look like someone who would care for what is allowed and what > is forbidden? :)
      While we don't know what you might look like, it's nonetheless true that there is a difference between what is allowed and what is intelligent to pursue. Similarly, there's a difference between what's justified and what's smart. The news is full of that sort of stuff these days.
    • Aug 03 2006 | 4:23 pm
      ej ej ej verboten! :P