[gmpi] Re: Topic 1: Audience for and users of plugins

  • From: Marc Poirier <marc@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: gmpi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 27 Feb 2003 06:14:29 +0100 (CET)

On Wed, 26 Feb 2003 RonKuper@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:

> >>>
> Sorry if I sound harsh, but this issue is very important to me with 
> respect to plugin API design, and since I heard only support and no 
> resistance to my prior suggestions and concerns, I'm really baffled as to 
> why they've been ignored.
> <<<
> This wasn't intentional, and I apologize for not rewriting that section more
> decisively.
> How does this sound?

Much better, thank you, I feel good again.  :)

> 5. What kinds of plugins do people use today, and what will they want to use
> in the future?
> Plugins that produce and/or consume musical data and/or control data and/or
> digital audio data.  In the most general case a plugin can have arbitrary
> numbers of incoming and outgoing music/audio/control data connections,
> including no connections at all.
> Some examples of contemporary plugin input/output connections include, but
> are not restricted to:
> Audio-in, Audio-out :  Effects that replace traditional outboard gear in a
> studio), such as delays, reverbs, chorus, flanger, compressor, eq, pitch
> shifter, etc.
> Music-in, Audio-out:  MIDI synthesizers.
> Music-in, Music-out:  Quantizers, transposers, style generators.
> Audio-in, Music-out:  Pitch to audio converers, pitch detectors, envelope
> followers.

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