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README.md

VST2/3 VAC-6V - Volume Analyzer & Controller

This project started as a VST implementation of the VAC-6 rack extension. It is now the official latest version of this plugin under the new name VAC-6V (V stands for VST). You can check the VAC-6V documentation directly.

Release Notes

2019-01-03 - v1.2.0

  • Tweaks to the scrollbar (now includes zoom handles)
  • Use of Jamba framework 3.0.0

2018-10-06 - v1.1.0

  • added Audio Unit support (macOS)
  • use of Jamba framework

2018-07-15 - v1.0.0

  • first public release / free / open source

Configuration and requirements

Check the Jamba README file for instructions on how to install and configure the VST3 SDK.

Build this project

The following steps describes (for each platform) how to build the plugin.

macOS

  • For simplicity I am creating the build at the root of the source tree, but can obviously be outside the source tree entirely by running the script from anywhere

      ./configure.sh
      cd build
    
  • In order to build, test, validate, etc... simply use the jamba.sh script (use -h for details):

       ./jamba.sh -h
    

Windows

  • For simplicity I am creating the build at the root of the source tree, but can obviously be outside the source tree entirely by running the script from anywhere. Note that PowerShell is highly recommended.

      .\configure.bat
      cd build
    
  • In order to build, test, validate, etc... simply use the jamba.bat script (use -h for details):

       .\jamba.bat -h
    

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Licensing

GPL version 3

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