CLAP all the way I reckon. I’m no developer, but from the outside it looks a lot more inviting 🙂
Also, there is already a free CLAP/vst3 wrapper in the works:
Seems like the way to go, to me.
If I understand you correctly, then you really ought to have your 32bit and 64bit plugins in separate locations. Probably not what you want to hear though…
Take a look at the Podium guide info on multi-timbral and multiple IO plugins:
If possible, I’d also like to know if we can make it so shift+scroll could scroll horizontally
+1 to that – it’d be a helpful addition
I guess you could lose the little cross at the upper right as it no longer opens the log-in option.
Keep up the good work Frits – I’m sure most of us appreciate your continued efforts 🙂
As I understand it Steinberg no longer make vst2 sdk licenses available to developers. Therefore no new developers will be able to release vst2 versions of plugins.
I can’t speak for Frits of course, but I think Podium has become more of a side-line in recent years. A little more info now and again would be welcome though.
Frits said he has been working on 3.4.0 in this post:
It’s my fault as I didn’t read your first post properly. I was using the ‘export sequence to midi file’ option in the sequence editor window, which doesn’t reload correctly. This time I created a few different 1 bar shapes on an automation track and saved as a template which does work just as you said. It’s a usable solution, but I still think it would be nice to have a library which is visible in the inspector that can be dragged onto an arrangement. Cheers for your input anyway 🙂
Hi, thanks for the suggestion. I tried and it works – sort of – a bit in-elegant as you say. I created a basic shape, converted it to a spline curve then saved it. However when reloading it, the nice curved shape reverts back to square bar-points. I can convert it back of course but less than ideal.
Thanks anyway 🙂
Sorry, where I wrote ‘browser’ I meant to say ‘inspector’ – just thought I should clarify 🙂