2011/2/27 Giuseppe Zompatori :
In the FAQ they say it's actually some sort of preamp... but well, I
can't provide hardware anyway.
I don't even know if I would charge for such plugins and/or release
them as closed source. Ideally, I would release them under GPL and
accept donations, but have no idea really. Actually there are a couple
of plugins I could really charge for since they are really beyond
state of the art and suitable for scientific publications (indeed,
that's why I'm developing them). They are physics-based simulators: a
fully parametric tube amp + eq + output transformer + loudspeaker +
air impedance, and a couple of diode clippers (one is
tubescreamer-like) - still some pieces are missing at the moment (new
triode model in the making, oversampling not yet in place, opamp model
not yet serious).
However, correct me if I am wrong, I don't think most Android
platforms would be suitable for live processing (latency), but only
for recording (what about quality?).
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