wow big deal! especially the last sentence! Well deserved VCV congrats to everyone involve! Also, we are number 4 if we take out the shameless self advert of number one being a freeware edited by womputer music
Holy shit, I go a half a wavhead and a gridseq in computer music magazine!!! I have read so many of those.
So if someone made one of those other softsynths work in VCVRack would that be the electronic music version of dividing by zero?
I think I spot an Ions in there
“dozens of add-ons”…
doesn’t quite sound like 2000+ modules
either way, nice article! the only ones i didn’t know are nightlife (which doesn’t sound like something i would want to try anyway) and infinity (which does sound intriguing). i would say crystal is worth trying, as something more unusual.
Are any of the others open source?
helm is: https://github.com/mtytel/helm
TAL Noisemaker is as well.
Helm is amazing, always something i recommend. I have it on my university laptop who is too weak for rack, and sometimes i bring a midi keyboard and jam on Helm for hours
where is the source code?
It’s Free, but not opensource AFAIK
Here, amongst many other places. It has been ported to linux with this.
i see. i wasn’t aware of that. but it is ten years old code, not the current version.
That’s true. However, the changelog says that it has only received bug fixes rather than features. I’m fairly sure the person who ported it to Linux has fixed a few things and I think that the framework that was used to port it allows it to be built on other platforms.
The promised ‘entire feature’ will be interesting. Great that VCV Rack is getting the recognition it deserves.
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