Of course, sfizz is mainly a vst3 and lv2 plugin for playing sfz samples, but when I learned that it was also a library I realized that my goal of making a sampler instrument was suddenly within reach. Especially the "play from disk" is a very cool feature.
I already had gathered all kinds of examples and tutorials but hadn't found the courage to start working on that. And now I could just *copy code*.
And you get free shit 😁
The engine I use for Drops has hit the milestone 1.0 release.
Congrats on the devs and everyone involved.
Release 1.0.0 · sfztools/sfizz
The last bit on the tracker UI has been displaying the currently played row and the option to make the cursor follow the currently played row.
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I've released Drops (beta).
Drops is a single audio file sample player plugin in lv2 and vst2 format for linux.
Load an audio file, play it, loop it, pitch shift it, and make it into something entirely new.
more info and downloads https://github.com/clearly-broken-software/drops/releases/tag/v1.0-beta
I hope this plugin will be of use to you.
I fixed this one
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makes silly songs using linux
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