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README.md

Sporth for LMMS

This is a work in progress project to get a Sporth editor implemented as an effects processor for LMMS. At the moment, it has only been tested to work on Linux.

LMMS-specific features

Sporth has some additional features to better integrate with LMMS:

  • 4 parametric knobs that map to p-registers 0-3 in the range 0-1
  • A compile switch that allows automation of recompilation of code
  • variables "inL" and "inR" for left and right input signals.
  • variable "bpm" to get project BPM
  • "in" ugen overloaded to get the left input signal

Compiliation

LMMS-Sporth uses CMake for compilation. You will need to have installed LMMS beforehand.

mkdir build
cd build
cmake -G "Unix Makefiles" ../
make

To install, simply copy the generated plugin libsporthedit.so into the LMMS plugin path, which on linux is typically /usr/local/lib/lmms:

sudo cp libsporthedit.so /usr/local/lib/lmms

When you start up LMMS, you should hopefully see an effect called "Sporth".