Getting started with LV2
Russell L. Carter
rcarter at pinyon.org
Fri May 10 14:13:16 UTC 2019
On 2019-05-10 06:34, Goran Mekić wrote:
> On Thu, May 09, 2019 at 05:05:58PM -0700, Russell L. Carter wrote:
> I didn't even know this site exists, let alone that my presentation is
> there. Thank you very much for "opening my eyes"!
>> So the question I have is, how would I construct some sort of audio
>> processing pipeline that includes audio/eq10q-lv2 and mpv? Getting
>> that going might be enough for me to accomplish my other goals.
>> Any links are appreciated.
> For a while, I used mpv from ports compiled with JACK support. That way
> I could pipe it to whatever I wanted. Today, I use Ardour with eq10-lv2
So the basic idea is you use jackd as the controller and audio/*-LV2
are jack plugins? It's not immediately obvious from what I can find
that that is the target architecture.
> and it works OK (it has a pretty big lag, but as you're going to only
> record, I guess you don't care about that). As I never tried Audacity, I
> don't know if it works with LV2, but it might be better option for your
> use case than Ardour.
> It might be that I didn't understand you correctly, so please feel free
> to poke me if you have more questions.
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