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Offline sunet2000

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« Reply #30 - Posted 2007-07-08 16:52:45 »

Nice work!

Might be a stupid question, but is this synth capable of playing midi (.mid) files in software?

Not by itself, no. You can probably drive it from an external sequencer, though.
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« Reply #31 - Posted 2007-07-08 21:36:59 »

It just wrote itself Smiley

I don't have Cubase, so I have no idea if it will work in the real thing, but I've included a copy of SAVIHost, and it works great in that! Just fire up the exe to test.

http://geocities.com/sunet2000/liquinthVST-jVSTwRapper-SAVIhost.zip

Latency does seem a lot better. I can't believe I got this done so quickly ..

Cheers,
Martin

Edit: Heh, I've just noticed the filter is causing denormalisation. See how the CPU usage doubles when things go quiet. I'll have to look into ways of preventing that!
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« Reply #32 - Posted 2007-07-08 22:39:16 »

Well just think what will happen to latency if that VST host had ASIO. Try it in the great, but discontinued Muzys 3.0 demo!!!

Go to Tools->Plugin manager, then Options->Add Plugin and navigate to jVSTWrapper. You will see it operating at the minimum latency (with ASIO4ALL installed as an ASIO driver).

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Offline sunet2000

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« Reply #33 - Posted 2007-07-08 22:45:58 »

Well just think what will happen to latency if that VST host had ASIO. Try it in the great, but discontinued Muzys 3.0 demo!!!

Go to Tools->Plugin manager, then Options->Add Plugin and navigate to jVSTWrapper. You will see it operating at the minimum latency (with ASIO4ALL installed as an ASIO driver).

Actually SAVIHost does have ASIO (look in the wave menu under devices). It's not a great interface if, like me, you don't provide your own GUI, but it's quite a nice little app, and somewhat cheaper than Cubase!

Cheers,
Martin

EDIT: No need for ASIO4ALL here, I have a DMX 6Fire Smiley
Offline keldon85

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« Reply #34 - Posted 2007-07-08 23:06:43 »

Oh yes it does! Well at least now you can (a) play it without delay (no pun intended) and also (b) use it in a real music project!!!

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« Reply #35 - Posted 2007-07-09 13:59:01 »

Cool! I'm running Cubase SX, so as soon as I found the time to pick up a new MIDI interface (I can't connect my old one to my new system), I'll definitely try it out  Cheesy

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« Reply #36 - Posted 2007-07-09 22:20:28 »

Working in both Cakewalk Home Studio 2004 and Sonar 6 SE...
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« Reply #37 - Posted 2007-07-22 20:08:28 »

Working in both Cakewalk Home Studio 2004 and Sonar 6 SE...

Good to know!

I've added the GUI back to the VST version:
http://geocities.com/sunet2000/LiquinthVST-a30.zip
The jVSTwRapper libraries aren't included in the archive, so you will have to download them yourself

Cheers,
Martin
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« Reply #38 - Posted 2007-07-22 21:07:13 »

Hmmm! I was always under the impression that the Java VST wrapper would not let you attach a gui! That means you can pretty much develop a complete Java Music Workstation hiding behind jVSTWrapper

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« Reply #39 - Posted 2009-09-23 09:13:51 »

In case anyone is still interested, here's a new version with vastly improved sound quality. The oscillators now use a multisampling, which keeps aliasing under control without the overhead of oversampling. The overdrive now sounds much better. The previous method introduced a negative-feedback in the filter which made it a little less lively. There is also an improvement to the vibrato.

http://geocities.com/sunet2000/liquinth-a36.jar

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