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<figure><strong>10 Mar</strong><p>2018<p></figure>
<figure><strong>13 Mar</strong><p>2018<p></figure>
<h3>New release and fixes</h3>
<p>New plugins, lots of internal changes.</p>
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<figure><strong>10 Mar</strong><p>2018</p></figure>
<figure><strong>13 Mar</strong><p>2018</p></figure>
<h2 class="pointer">New major release</h2>
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A new release after years without one!<br/>
A lot of changes happened on the underlying plugin frameworks (DPF and Juce).
A lot of changes happened on the underlying plugin frameworks (DPF and Juce).<br/>
We also updated the way updates are handled, so it will be less work for next time<br/>
(and thus, hopefully, have updates more often from now on)
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The following new ports were added:<br/>
- ...<br/>
- ...<br/>
- ...<br/>
- ...<br/>
The amount of changes in the plugin frameworks is so big (it has been 4 years since last release!),<br/>
that we are not going to write about them in detail.<br/>
But the major highlights follow below.
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The following new Linux ports were added: (LV2 and VST)<br/>
- JuceOPL<br/>
- ReFine<br/>
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The DPF-based plugins had some changes too:<br/>
- ... added<br/>
- ProM ...<br/>
- DPF-Plugins repo for easy packaging<br/>
- ...<br/>
- glBars added<br/>
- Kars added<br/>
- ndc-Plugs added<br/>
- A new DPF-Plugins git repo was created, for easy packaging of all our plugins<br/>
- MAX gen~ based plugins can be created, see
<a href="https://github.com/DISTRHO/DPF-Max-Gen" target="_blank">this link</a><br/>
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Since last release, a few projects have appeared that use DPF. Here's a few:<br/>
- ...<br/>
- ...<br/>
- ...<br/>
- ...<br/>
- <a href="https://gitlab.com/ftz/chiptune/" target="_blank">
FTZ Chiptune</a> - Collection of basic waveform synths<br/>
- <a href="https://github.com/rghvdberg/ninjas/" target="_blank">
Ninjas</a> - Sample Slicing Plugin<br/>
- <a href="https://github.com/pdesaulniers/wolf-shaper/" target="_blank">
Wolf-Shaper</a> - Waveshaper with graph editor<br/>
- <a href="http://www.zamaudio.com/?p=976" target="_blank">
ZamAudio plugin collection</a><br/>
- <a href="http://zynaddsubfx.sourceforge.net/" target="_blank">ZynAddSubFX</a>,
uses DPF for its plugin support<br/>
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Other small changes relevant to the project:<br/>
- Nekobi moved to plugins (used to be in ports), as original developer is happy with it (has git repo RW access too)<br/>
- DPF with ... transport, jack, etc<br/>
- ...<br/>
- Nekobi moved to plugins (used to be in ports), as original developer is happy with it<br/>
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;(and has RW access to our git repo too)<br/>
- The DPF "framework" has evolved with JACK Standalone export, Transport sync among other things<br/>
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<p><a href="..." target="_blank">Comments and discussion</a>
<p><a href="https://www.kvraudio.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=191&t=504728" target="_blank">Comments and discussion</a>
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