I previously posted about the Percall port I was working on. Since then I’ve been working with Befaco to bring a few more modules to VCV. Four new modules (including Percall) have been added with the intention of creating a new release, v1.1.0, these being Kickall, Chopping Kinky, Hex Mix VCA and Percall. I’ve also added the Befaco bananuts to the older modules
Download link for v1.1.0 (pre-release)
v1.1.0 now released in the by library
Excellent news! Can’t wait to try these out! I’m on a Mac and I think I installed the new folder correctly. But the new modules do not show up in VCV Rack for me. The new svg files are in the folder though. The modules say v1.0.1 when I place them in Rack.
Mm at least on windows, if you download the .zip from Release Release v1.1.0 · hemmer/Befaco · GitHub and place in <RACK_USER_DIR>/plugins-v1, then when you open VCV it should install. However you shouldn’t click “Update” in the menu as that will (currently) downgrade to the library version, v1.0.1.
ouh yeah! BTW @hemmer our Repelzen Remix is opensource and ported from an open source module from aepelzen, which is based on Befaco Hexmix… I remember he modeled the eq curve on the original hardware, they do have a sound of their own. feel free to pick anything you want from it to add the Hexmix if you want
@Yeager thanks! Yes I did look at merging in Martin’s changes, and we spoke a while back. There are a couple of minor things needing finished off there (e.g. this bug and some review comments), so I’ll take a look.
@pyer ooh that’s good to know - long term goal is to port as much as possible to VCV, so this would be a great addition, I’ll look into that for a future release.
@Squinky I’ve not touched the EvenVCO yet, but I’m now a bit more familiar with, e.g. the MinBlep papers. I know your EV3 is a good reference for this though. I think it just comes down to whether I want to delay getting this into the library a little bit (to fix up EvenVCO) or whether we do that as a subsequent release. Thanks for the reminder.
[0.131 warn src/plugin.cpp:158] Could not load plugin /home/ewen/.Rack/plugins-v1/Befaco: Failed to load library /home/ewen/.Rack/plugins-v1/Befaco/plugin.so: /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libm.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.29’ not found (required by /home/ewen/.Rack/plugins-v1/Befaco/plugin.so)
Mm, I’m not sure why that is. I just tested with a fresh Linux Mint VM and it works. If you completely delete, and downgrade does the old version definitely work no issue? What version of VCV are you using?
I’ve merged in the @martinl1968 's polyphony changes, plus switched to building on Ubuntu 16.04 to keep compatible with glibc and libstdc++ requirements. @contemporaryinsanity - let me know if this works. I’ve also been addressing the review comments about polyphony and addressing some outstanding bugs there. I’ve tried to test the polyphony changes but the more eyes the better (plus I’ll continue to test myself).