Open-source virtual modular synthesizer (by bsp2)


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bsp2/VeeSeeVSTRack is an open source project licensed under GNU General Public License v3.0 or later which is an OSI approved license.

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  • Why I'll never create modules for VCV Rack anymore
    Actually, for VCV Rack, I personally think most users will be better off using this fork of the code base which is a functional VSTi:
    Again, I prefer the fork at because it’s a working VSTi, and because it’s under a BSD (not GPL) license, which has more flexibility in certain circumstances; I remember the arguments around 2001 or 2002 when there were concerns Python’s license was not “GPL compatible”, so I have always found GPL licenses pedantic.
    I like this one: It has the old BSD VCVrack license, but it still has source code as well as Linux and Windows binaries.
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    I set up a drum beat and a pattern on a muted track to control this Eurorack simulator.
  • Does anyone know exactly what this does?
    Here's the best way to learn about synthesis.
  • Please help me grok use cases for modular. | 2021-04-06
    Since nobody else has mentioned it, you might want to try VCV Rack. It's a pretty good modular synth in software (bonus, it's free!). You can save and load complete patches, so it scratches that itch to recapture a complex configuration. Lots of good information in its dedicated subreddit.
  • Before & After (6 hours later)
    Before all of it though, try /r/vcvrack ( and Omhri Cohen's education things -
  • Different DAW for live performance? | 2021-04-02
    Have a look at VCV rack.
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  • My modular journey - My first rack | 2021-03-31
    VCV Rack is another great place to start. I dabbled for months in this virtual modular playground to get an idea of the workflow and possible modules I'd be interested in playing with. There are virtual ports of several real world modules in there as well.
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    The cheapest entry into learning modular is VCV Rack, which is free and quite good for learning. Highly recommend for anyone dipping their toes into modular for the first time.
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    If you are interested in experimenting with modular synthesis, check out VCV Rack. It's an Eurorack simulator with a huge number of modules, many of which are open source.

    Omri Cohen recently hosted the Mycelium Symposium where many creators showed some interesting possibilities using VCV Rack.

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