trogluddite wrote:I think that what is crucial for SM is to support the VST standards to a degree that at least allows the features that we already have to be supported by the widest possible range of hosts - and that may well imply that OutSim will have to submit to Steinberg's 'bullying' to some degree (not to mention addressing many of the other issues that hamper SM's suitability for commercial development.) - otherwise SM becomes no more than a 'DSP novelty toy', even for hobbyists like myself.
My vision is that Outsim,
chose to create a product that fails to achieve professional plugin deliberately (or under consideration by someone?)
and is more oriented to use for teaching ...
you imagine how VST devalue the market, if every one could create his professional VST sibling or so, compared to those developed at low level?
A complete disaster VST market.
Then I remember is my vision, because I do not think developers outsim have difficulty in implementing an improved system for timing and the new vst specific, I think it's just a matter of monetary agreements between the parties, also because the Its only direct competitor is synthedit.
I hope it remains a vision and not a mere reality.