Building VST host in cross platform application

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Building VST host in cross platform application

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I'm planning to implement a VST host for a cross-platform application I'm developing.

Which version of VST should I prefer, VST-2 or VST-3? It seems that VST-2 is depreciated but most other host applications still use that rather than 3.

Are there any examples which will build on Linux (Ubuntu) that have got a host built in and are licensed BSD or similar? I've got no issue with JUCE except after a day of trying that, there are too many build issues on Linux for the VST host example myprepaidcenter.

The application is written in C++.
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Re: Building VST host in cross platform application

Post by rescue21 »

Tja das wüsste ich auch gern
Win10x64 16 Gig Ram, Cubase Pro 8 und 11 x64 Terratec DMX 6fire USB, Steinberg CI2, Mindprint DI-Port Preamp,AKG C414, Halion Sonic3, Halion6, Groove Agent5, Steinberg Electric Bass, Intel i5 6400 2,7 Samsung SSD

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