[LV2] plugin development for the complete and utter idiot

Michael Fisher mfisher31 at gmail.com
Sun Oct 27 12:15:12 PDT 2013

On Sun, Oct 27, 2013 at 1:04 PM, Aurélien Leblond <blablack at gmail.com>wrote:

> > my name is Paul
> Hi Paul :)
> > and I started writing LV2-plugins yesterday. Managed to create
> > a comb-filter and various multimode filters using Lars Luthman's
> tutorial for
> > complete idiots. The C++ wrapper really is an awesome concept and I'd
> like to
> > stick to that interface if it is expandable and does not come with
> limits regarding
> > MIDI usage. And that's exactly where my questions start:
> I would advise to use LVTK instead of this wrapper.
> http://lvtoolkit.org/
> It's still under dev and I think it's support newer stuff than the old
> C++ wrapper.
> > 3. Are there any coherent tutorials (i.e. not just commented *.c files)
> on how to keep > going after having read LL's pages? I feel a little sick
> of C right now and do really
> > appreciate some of the language features C++ has to offer. BUT if there
> is a
> > *comprehensive* and *detailed* tutorial for the standard C approach, I
> wouldn't
> > mind doing that, either.
> the lvtoolkit.org has a few example - but I have to admit I struggle
> as well to get tutorials, especially when dealing with Atoms.
> I'm using that one at the moment which I found can be easily translater to
> http://harryhaaren.blogspot.ie/2013/02/lv2-and-atom-communication.html

Hello all,

I'd like to note that I'm more than happy to write more examples and
possibly a tutorial.   I'll be the first one to say LVTK's examples do not
cover the entire API.  Feel free to drop a line to let me know what kinds
of things you (or anybody) would like to see in example-form.

> Hope this helps!
> Aurélien
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