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wiki:linux_plugins [2013/05/25 18:56]
raboof link to ladspa page
wiki:linux_plugins [2017/01/13 10:54] (current)
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-====== ​Linux Pluginsfor Effects, Filtersand Instruments ======+====== Plugins for Effects, Filters and Instruments ======
  
 These plugins are hosted by a variety of different applications,​ including Ardour, Rosegarden, jack-rack, and quite a few others. These plugins are hosted by a variety of different applications,​ including Ardour, Rosegarden, jack-rack, and quite a few others.
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 +This pages briefly describes the various kinds of plugins that are available.
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 +We warmly recommend [[plug-ins|these plug-ins]].
  
 ==== LV2 ==== ==== LV2 ====
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 ==== LADSPA ==== ==== LADSPA ====
  
-  * [[apps:​categories:​ladspa]] is an acronym for Linux Audio Developers Simple Plugin API. It is a standard for handling filters and effects, licensed under the GNU LGPL. It was originally designed for Linux through consensus on the Linux Audio Developers Mailing List, but works on a variety of other platforms. It is used in many free audio software projects and there is a wide range of LADSPA plugins available. [[http://​www.ardaeden.net/​gnuitar/​audio/​GNUitar_improvise.ogg|Demo]] by Arda EDEN.+  * [[apps:​categories:​ladspa]] is an acronym for Linux Audio Developers Simple Plugin API. It is a standard for handling filters and effects, licensed under the GNU LGPL. It was originally designed for Linux through consensus on the Linux Audio Developers Mailing List, but works on a variety of other platforms. It is used in many free audio software projects and there is a wide range of LADSPA plugins available.
  
 ==== DSSI ==== ==== DSSI ====
  
-  * DSSI ("​dizzy"​) is a virtual instrument (software synthesizer) plugin architecture for use by music sequencer applications. It was designed for applications running under Linux, although there is nothing specific to Linux in the interface itself. It is distributed under the terms of a combination of GNU Lesser General Public License and some BSD licenses, all of which are free software licences. Check [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​DSSI|Wikipedia]] and [[http://​dssi.sourceforge.net/​|this]] website for more info and dssi applications. +  * [[apps:​categories:​dssi]] ​("​dizzy"​) is a virtual instrument (software synthesizer) plugin architecture for use by music sequencer applications. It was designed for applications running under Linux, although there is nothing specific to Linux in the interface itself. It is distributed under the terms of a combination of GNU Lesser General Public License and some BSD licenses, all of which are free software licences. Check [[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Disposable_Soft_Synth_Interface|Wikipedia]] and [[http://​dssi.sourceforge.net/​|this]] website for more info and dssi applications.
-  * [[http://​apps.linuxaudio.org/​apps/​all/​dssi| List of Applications]] using DSSI and other DSSI instrument plugins. +
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-  * An example of a DSSI plugin: [[http://​dssi.sourceforge.net/​hexter.html|Hexter]] is a software synthesizer that models the sound generation of a Yamaha DX7 synthesizer. It can easily load most DX7 patch bank files, accept patch editing commands via MIDI sys-ex messages (ALSA systems only), and recreate the sound of the DX7 with greater accuracy than any previous open-source emulation (that the author is aware of....)  +
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-  * [[http://​dssi.sourceforge.net/​download.html#​dssi-vst|Dssi-VST]] The dssi-vst package contains a wrapper plugin for Windows VSTs that enables them to be used by DSSI hosts running on Linux or similar on i386, using Wine. dssi-vst was written by Chris Cannam. +
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-==== Plugins For Ardour ​ ==== +
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-*These plugins are also used by many other Linux audio applications. +
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-  * Ardour does not come with any built-in signal processors of its own (other than volume faders) and it also generally doesn'​t ship with any plugins. [[http://​ardour.org/​plugins|This page]] provides informations on plugins that you can use with Ardour, many of which are available at no charge. ​  +
  
-==== Other good Plugins ​ ==== 
  
-=== Reverb === 
  
  
-  * Nice Reverb: [[http://​www.kokkinizita.net/​linuxaudio/​index.html|Jconv]] 
  
 ==== VST plugins ​ ==== ==== VST plugins ​ ====
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