Click on the Book to go directly to the FX Projects Page! My 2nd Edition of Designing Audio Effect Plugins in C++ presents everything you need to know about digital signal processing in an accessible way. Not just another theory-heavy digital signal processing book, nor another dull build-a-generic-database programming book, this book includes fully worked, downloadable code for dozens of professional audio effect plugins and practically presented algorithms. Sections include the basics of audio signal processing, the anatomy of a plugin, AAX, AU and VST3 programming guides; implementation details; and actual projects and code. More than 50 fully coded C++ audio signal-processing objects are included. Start with an intuitive and practical introduction to the digital signal processing (DSP) theory behind audio plug-ins, and quickly move on to plugin implementation, gain knowledge of algorithms on classical, virtual analog, and wave digital filters, delay, reverb, modulated effects, dynamics processing, pitch shifting, nonlinear processing, sample rate conversion and more. You will then be ready to design and implement your own unique plugins on any platform and within almost any host program. This new edition is fully updated and improved and presents the ASPiK plugin core that allows readers to move freely between application […]
Click on the Book to go directly to the SynthLab Page! My 2nd Edition of Designing Software Synthesizer Plugins in C++ provides everything you need to know to start designing and writing your own synthesizer plugins, including theory and practical examples for all of the major synthesizer building blocks, from LFOs and EGs to PCM samples and morphing wavetables, along with complete synthesizer example projects. This book is written as an application-notebook companion for the C++ FX plugin book above. It omits the plugin APIs, RackAFX, ASPiK and the basic DSP chapters focusing instead on pure C++ implementations of the synth building blocks. It includes the audio DSP theory required for the Virtual Analog filters and other synth-specific algorithms that are not presented in the FX plugin book. The book and accompanying SynthLab projects include scores of C++ objects and functions that implement the synthesizer building blocks as well as six synthesizer projects, ranging from virtual analog and physical modeling to wavetable morphing and wave-sequencing that demonstrate their use. You can start using the book immediately with the SynthLab-DM product, which allows you to compile and load mini-modules that resemble modular synth components without needing to maintain the complete synth project […]
Open-Source AAX, AU and VST3 Plugin Development The Audio Specific PlugIn Kernel (ASPiK) was designed with only one thing in mind: seamless integration into AAX, AU and VST3 with the ability to easily include new APIs as they become available. ASPiK is an independent product with its own website, API and documentation, and is open source. ASPiK plugin projects include a built-in drag and drop GUI designer for professional GUIs with zero coding involved. In addition, RackAFX7 projects using the ASPiK core are easily exported into AAX, AU, VST3 or Universal (all three at once) compiler projects – yes, you can have a single compiler project that includes multiple plugin targets from multiple APIs, all using the same ASPiK core.