vst synth


    Jan 02 2007 | 1:12 am
    what's the trick to letting the host app know that my vst is a synth not an effect? I can't find anything to switch this in plugconfig...

    • Jan 02 2007 | 1:50 am
      tutorial P 9
      :)
    • Jan 02 2007 | 1:59 am
      In [plugconfig], add #C synth at the end of the config. For example:
      #C useviews 1 1 1 1; #C numprograms 32; #C preempt 1; #C sigvschange 1; #C sigvsdefault 32; #C meter 2; ... etc... #C initialpgm 1; #C synth;
      HTH, Philippe
    • Jan 02 2007 | 4:27 am
      Quote: Roman Thilenius wrote on Mon, 01 January 2007 17:50 ---------------------------------------------------- > tutorial P 9 > > :) > ----------------------------------------------------
      which tutorial? I looked at the MSP onee
    • Jan 02 2007 | 4:28 am
      Quote: Philippe Gruchet wrote on Mon, 01 January 2007 17:59 ---------------------------------------------------- > In [plugconfig], add #C synth at the end of the config. > For example: > > #C useviews 1 1 1 1; > #C numprograms 32; > #C preempt 1; > #C sigvschange 1; > #C sigvsdefault 32; > #C meter 2; > ... etc... > #C initialpgm 1; > #C synth; > > HTH, > Philippe ----------------------------------------------------
      thanks!
    • Jan 04 2007 | 7:41 pm
      Hi,
      I am working on an installation in wich I am panning a sound on hopefully 10 or more speakers.
      I was looking at the 110.distribution external and it does exactly what I need. There are only two setbacks. First one is that it has only eight speakers and esecondly when enetering a number over 8 it amplifies the first speaker again.
      Is there a way of countering this, so that I can stack more of the same object to extend the amount of speakers? Or a way of having more then 8 speakers in one setup?
      Since my speakersetup isn't circular it would be nice not to have sound going round
      best regards
      pieter