VCO-3340 update: Source code is published, plugin details are submitted. Would love to be able to release today so that people can have fun over the weekend
Builds fine on windows!
Nice! So Linux and Windows are ok Hopefully the Mac likes it, too!
BlockquoteVCO-3340 update: Source code is published, plugin details are submitted. Would love to be able to release today so that people can have fun over the weekend
Great! where’s the source code? thanks
Here you go https://github.com/LabSevenDevVCVRack/LabSeven_VCVRack_modules.git . Have fun!
Great stuff really! thanks
Are there any Mac Binaries or is it just source code at the moment?
Please, thank you.
I have published the source code so far, so currently you need to build the plugin yourself (see e.g. https://vcvrack.com/manual/Building.html). I hope it will be integrated into the plugin manager soon so that it is super convenient to install.
Congrats. Can’t wait to take it for a spin after the weekend.
I’m having a strange problem with the outputs, don’t know if I’m doing something wrong or not. Just cloned and built from source.
$ make -j10 g++ -Wsuggest-override -std=c++11 -DSLUG=LabSeven -fPIC -I../../include -I../../dep/include -DVERSION=0.6.1 -MMD -MP -g -O3 -march=nocona -ffast-math -fno-finite-math-only -Wall -Wextra -Wno-unused-parameter -DARCH_WIN -D_USE_MATH_DEFINES -c -o build/src/LabSeven.cpp.o src/LabSeven.cpp g++ -Wsuggest-override -std=c++11 -DSLUG=LabSeven -fPIC -I../../include -I../../dep/include -DVERSION=0.6.1 -MMD -MP -g -O3 -march=nocona -ffast-math -fno-finite-math-only -Wall -Wextra -Wno-unused-parameter -DARCH_WIN -D_USE_MATH_DEFINES -c -o build/src/LS3340VCO.cpp.o src/LS3340VCO.cpp In file included from src/LS3340VCO.cpp:2:0: src/LabSeven_3340_VCO.h:7:0: warning: "_USE_MATH_DEFINES" redefined #define _USE_MATH_DEFINES <command-line>:0:0: note: this is the location of the previous definition g++ -o plugin.dll build/src/LabSeven.cpp.o build/src/LS3340VCO.cpp.o -shared -L../.. -lRack
It should look like this:
I can not reproduce the issue at the moment but if something is wrong with the code I’ll find it and fix it.
I just had the same issue on another PC (a rather old one with a cheap graphics card + Ubuntu). Strange values + audio I/O not working properly (lots of stuttering/clicks despite maximum buffer size) + GUI had low frame rate and arbitrary frame timing. When the stuttering was gone and the GUI frame rate was normal after a while, the VCO-3340 worked as expected. The same stuttering+no sound thing occurred when loading a patch without the VCO-3340, too.
There might be something going wrong with the initialization. In particular, the VCO-3340 is an unusually large module (>4MB) because it contains a rather long noise sample. Then again, problems at VCV Rack startup also occurred without the VCO-3340.
Maybe this also depends on the OS and the hardware. As soon as possible, I will build and test the plugin on my studio computer which is newer and more powerful + uses an RME Fireface UFX which should be good enough to qualify as a “proper” audio interface.
P.S.: I have also experienced strange GUI rendering errors at startup. Backgrounds of modules were vertically squeezed and sometimes controls are strangely deformed. This concerns all modules when loading a patch or when starting a new one. But it only happens sometimes. After 2-3 restarts of VCV Rack, everything is fine. Here is a demonstration using some arbitrary modules
never seen that happen, you sure graphics card is not to blame?
I guess it is. I am using a cheap one.
it happen to me allways when I open a new file or load one, is a issue about the OpenGL , Linux and rack,As far as I know, it has not been solved, I have a expensive graphic card.
just restart the rack