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  • lut lei
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    I've not included the Pluggo Runtime itself. It can be downloaded at cycling74, but since you've recomended the Daevl.plugs in another thread here, - I guess you already got it

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  • jue
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    Hello,

    thank you very mutch!

    one more mystry is solved.
    In the past wondered several times about how this works, but no time for investigation.
    Did not see the pluggo sorry.

    best
    jue

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  • lut lei
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    Sorry, but this was probably not described good enough.

    These are Pluggo VSTs. When you have installed Pluggo, you also get an application called AudioUnit Scan in your application folder. Running this, will convert the Pluggo VSTs to Audio Units, and make them compatible with Numerology.

    Please let me know if this isn't working.

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  • jue
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    Hello,

    This are VST plugins, but Numerology could only handle AU ( Audio Unit ) plugins.
    In your read me it is not clear wether you talk about VST or AU, sorry.

    VST --> Library --> Audio --> Plugins --> VST
    AU --> Library --> Audio --> Plugins --> Components

    Possible you have your AU-Plugins in the components folder that your examples are working for you.

    Please have a look there.

    best
    jue

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  • lut lei
    started a topic Some pluggo-tools

    Some pluggo-tools

    Hi

    I've made 5 utility-like plugins. These don't do anything fancy soundwise. Two plugins convert midi 2 OSC. There is a counter, and a "=="/select-plugin. The last one just filters out noteoffs.

    They are very simple and specific, but as an exercise I decided to do some documentation and share them anyway. I call them NumerTools, because that's what they are. Tools for use in Numerology

    NumerTools
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