On 2010.07.27. 9:50, Mike Cookson wrote:
Well, LADSPA (and afaik, LV2 also) plugins are made to exchange data
between the any host indiscriminately. They don't care where data comes
from (besides memory location) and they don't care what is done after
data is given back to host.
Since there are host software for various purposes, it is their problem
to output data in one way or another.
You can of course write "output plugin", but it kind of beats the
purpose. Since host must be aware of these "output plugins" they are not
"indiscriminate" to host and they "care" what happens to data.
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