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Do you use / have access to Matlab / Simulink?
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PostPosted: Wed May 02, 2012 6:18 am    Post subject: Audio Plugin Generator
Subject description: Creating VST plugins from Simulink models
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Hello,

I would like to introduce the recently published Audio Plugin Generator (APG), which is probably interesting for everybody making experimental music. Furthermore, it's available for free (the light version limited to only one channel). For a quick overview about what this tool does, there's a video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=reAuy4v8BCE&hd=1

Basically, the APG allows to define any kind of audio processing algorithm in Simulink and creates VST plugins from these algorithms. As you can see in the video it's really simple. Furthermore, it's possible also to record any signal in the algorithm and analyze it afterwards (useful for debugging / understanding how the algorithm works with real input signals). Furthermore, there is a possibility to support also other plugin standards (64bit VST, AU, RTAS) and even to produce stand-alone Windows, MacOS, and iOS applications that do the audio processing (all possible because we use the JUCE library).

However, a Matlab installation with Simulink and Simulink Coder is needed (which most universities and other research institutions already have). Does anybody here use these tools and would be interested in using APG?

More information (screenshots, download, etc.) can be found here:
http://audioplugingenerator.com/

Best regards,
Fritz Menzer (dlab GmbH)
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