Cross Platform Soft Modular

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Cross Platform Soft Modular

Post by Folderol »

Not quite sure where this should go, but 'here' seems to be the best bet :think:
I just spotted this on one of the Linux lists. It really is very impressive, and I say that as someone who can't get on with modular workflows at all.

Link is here:
https://www.bespokesynth.com/
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Post by The Elf »

Interesting. First impression is that it looks like Poly/Beebo (which I quite liked, but which fell at the first task I set for it) on steroids.

Looks like it would be worth spending a bit of concentrated time on it when I can.

Thanks for the steer! :thumbup:

(Unfortunately it crashes as soon as it tries to scan my VST2 Plugins folder - not a good start!)
(And locked up trying to scan my VST3 folder! Maybe this is one to revisit in a few months when these kinds of bugs are ironed out...)
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That's disappointing - Some Linux folk have reported success with VSTs, but I've no idea of the details and I know that they can be problematic generally.
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Post by t-sun »

Interesting, it reminds me of the sadly defunct VAZ Modular, which I liked a lot about fifteen years ago. I'll definitely give it a try, thank you.
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