The OSX link is currently giving a 404 error…
Should be Ok again now I hope? If not it will have to wait until I return to my Mac…
Got it. Thanks!
Unfortunately this doesn’t run on 10.8.5.
Cabbage Classic does though…
Hey Rory, why do the plugins export themselves as having 64 channels?
Also, is there going to be support for 32 bit plugins? AudioMulch on Windows only recognizes 32bit plugins.
I’m having some issues with the multichannel code. They should only show the number of channels described in nchnls, but it’s ongoing work. I will try to get a 32bit version for Windows, but I can’t promise a full version of Csound as it is no longer supported on Win32. I’m shocked AudioMulch doesn’t support 64bit plugins on Windows.
Ross Bencina (AudioMulch) needs to get this sorted. It’s been promised for a while.
Correct me if I’m wrong, but on Windows, when you’ve built your application in VisualStudio, isn’t rendering the application as 32 bit a simple task of switching the active target build to 32bit? Are there dependencies that stop you from doing that?
A couple of things I noticed. As Iain mentioned, Cabbage 2 doesn’t run on our current OSX version. But it does work if I switch it to open in 32-bit mode. Now the strange thing is, when I export some code as a plugin, it is recognized as a 32bit plugin in AudioMulch, but is unrecognized by Reaper. But Reaper has a built in mechanism to bridge 32bit plugins into a 64bit application. But it is unable to do so with Cabbage plugins.
It’s easy to switch to 32bit, but one then needs a 32bit version of Csound to link to. Supporting multiple architecture on OSX is not that tricky, but it is on Windows.
I’ll look into the 32/64bit plugin issue on OSX. It seems that supporting both plugin types is proving to be a challenge.
@Thrifleganger, I’ve been testing the plugins here and Reaper will only show the number of channels defined in the .csd file. AudioMulch seems to, more often than not, show the maximum number of available channels, i.e, 64. There must be something odd in how AudioMulch is reading the number of channels. The strange thing is it that is labels the valid inputs/outputs with parentheses. But it is annoying. In saying that, I’m not really sure how best to fix it. I would rather produce a single plugin that is capable of any channel config than several that are fixed configs.
Sorry for the delay in testing this. It seems to work without problem on MacOS 10.8. Thanks!