Subject: Re: [ecasound] ecamegapedal
From: Chris Majewski (majewski_AT_cs.ubc.ca)
Date: Wed Sep 26 2001 - 23:02:58 EEST
Kai Vehmanen <k_AT_eca.cx> writes:
> Just installing the LADSPA SDK (www.ladspa.org) should be enough. The
> plugins themselves are stored in shared library files (.so). They are
> usually stored in /usr/local/lib/ladspa. To test whether ecasound finds
> the plugins, issue:
> echo "ladspa-register" | ecasound -c
> You should get a list of all installed LADSPA plugins. If this doesn't
> work, you need to make sure ecasound is compiled with LADSPA enabled (ie.
> ladspa.h header was present when ecasound was compiled). The precompiled
> rpm-binaries have this, but if you've compiled ecasound yourself, you
> should recompile after installing the LADSPA SDK.
OK, turns out I had to recompile *with* the LADSPA_PATH set (sigh).
> Also, check Dave Phillips' great article on Oreillynet:
Thanks, I'm reading it now.
> Writing a new LADSPA plugin is probably the easiest way to add your own
> effects to ecamegapedal. The API is well documented and there's plenty of
> example code available.
Yeah, I'll think I'll attack it from that angle.
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