Quote from: rx32555 on 15 November, 2010, 05:13:11 PMVST + winamp_dsp_bridge (dfx) = Nice sound You do know there's a foobar2000 port of DFX, right?
VST + winamp_dsp_bridge (dfx) = Nice sound
as far as I know this vst include a fake slider so it does have GUI?
Here is a new version. It only contains core bugfixes, no changes in UI at all (so yes, plug-ins with no GUI are still crashing if you try to configure it).
Quote from: Canar on 13 November, 2010, 04:58:37 PMFinally a VST adapter that feels like foobar2000 itself, rather than the ugly hacks that are the current ones.To manage VSTs "outside" foobar2000 as George Yohng's VST wrapper does seems to have the advantage that no application restart is necessary after having added new ones (I leave aside here the possibility to use an universal wrapper like Acon's EffectChainer).But most important for me: I can play around with VST settings without beeing forced to have foobar's preferences window open so that f2k remains 'untouched' and fully controllable, because the VST configuration is not part of foobar's DSP section.Or do I fail to see something in my first comparison of these two different concepts of a VST wrapper?@ Entrase, please continue to develop your VST adapter, there is a lot of interest here and I am looking also for new approaches always.
Finally a VST adapter that feels like foobar2000 itself, rather than the ugly hacks that are the current ones.
You seem to imply you can still get the vst settings without needing to do this using Foobar 1.1. Is that so, and, if so, can you tell me how?
Will there be support for 64-bit VSTs?
Acon EffectChainer: can't get DX effects listed at all and thus can't test with DX, but generally it seems to be OK.TT Dynamic Range Meter: crashes on cfg window closing (doesn't crash during step-by-step debugging — the real problem for many developers)