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[Traverso-devel] Re: Traverso-Routing etc,

From: Peter Hoppe
Subject: [Traverso-devel] Re: Traverso-Routing etc,
Date: Tue, 12 Aug 2008 22:59:40 +0100
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Sorry that this question hovered in the air for two days now...

I just very recently started to look into Traverso development, so I'm junior 
junior. In that sense I can't really speak
very authoritatively. I certainly can't say whether signal/control routing to 
CLAM should be added to the Traverso
project - that's for the long standing developers to decide.

However - concerning coding quality, it's /always/ recommendable to work 
towards high quality code. 'Hackish' designs
may work and bring results quickly - but you suffer consequences later. Most 
prominently, you'll find that with
increasing complexity your architecture suffers from hardening, i.e. it gets 
more and more inflexible.

Concerning a bridge to CLAM - would it be worthwhile to look into the plugin 
architecture already provided by Traverso?
Traverso has got support for LV2 plugins, and whilst I am not very familiar 
with that technology it sounds like
something worthwhile to investigate. If that route would be a good one, you'd 
only need to write an LV2 plugin for
Traverso which then would somehow interface with the Audio editor. But, as I 
said, this is just a wild guess. I actually
had a little look into CLAM, and it seems to be a very flexible sound 
processing system.

Hope this helps! Your projects sounds interesting!


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