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Ever wanted to build your own VST compressor? [free eBook download - with DSP code]

AudioDevAcademy

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Hi all

Audio Dev Academy is giving away a free eBook on Amazon Kindle for all producers interested in developing their own VST plugins. A few weeks ago we gave away a short eBook that teaches you the basics of C++, which is the programming language used for coding VST plugins. As compressors are such an essential part of music production, we now want to follow up with a free eBook that teaches you how to code a basic compression algorithm in C++. It’s just 24 pages, and the included example code is ready-to-use in the plugin framework of your choice, for example JUCE, IPLUG or RAFX. We hope this eBook will help you on your way, it’s a free download until the end of Saturday the 3rd of August! For a more basic introduction to VST development, check out our guest blog on the website of our friends at denise.

Get your copy and find out more information about the book from the following link: https://amzn.to/2GDND8X

If you want to just download the code itself, you can do so from the following link: https://bit.ly/2ZlNsX6

Information about downloading from Amazon.

If you would like to read the book online, you can download the free “Kindle app” from the Amazon. Or use Kindle Cloud reader to read instantly in your browser.




Also, when you look on Amazon you might see the 'free for kindle unlimited' first. This is Amazon’s subscription service and not the free eBook price! Please see the link below to find the actual 0.00 buy link to the eBook.

Please feel free to send us some comments or suggestions, either here in the forums, or on our social media pages. Also look out for a follow up post coming soon, as we’ll soon be revealing some information about the launch of the Audio Dev Academy website!

https://www.facebook.com/AudioDevAcademy/
https://www.instagram.com/audiodevacademy/



Happy coding!
 
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AudioDevAcademy

AudioDevAcademy

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Hi all,

Audio Dev Academy just wanted to say thanks to all of you who downloaded a copy of the Compressor eBook from Amazon. If this was you and you enjoyed reading the eBook, please leave us a review on the Amazon store website.


We're a small organisation and approval like a review on Amazon will really help us grow and reach out to more artists looking to learn these skills.

Many thanks and look out for our next free giveaway by following the thread on the forum or on social media.


Joe
 
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AudioDevAcademy

AudioDevAcademy

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Hi all,

Just as a heads up, Audio Dev Academy will also be running a free promotion for another one of our eBook next week, so keep an eye out here on the forums or our social media for the announcement. The promotion will last for 5 days so for a chance to get your copy keep your eyes peeled. We'll be launching it next Wednesday.


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Joe
 

Usernamed

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Hi Joe, would you write a book on how to create a vst instrument that could output midi notes (for other vsts to play them back) when buttons are pushed on its reactive graphic user interface ?
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U
 
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AudioDevAcademy

AudioDevAcademy

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Hi Joe, would you write a book on how to create a vst instrument that could output midi notes (for other vsts to play them back) when buttons are pushed on its reactive graphic user interface ?
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U
Hey, we are actually speaking to someone about this, or something similar at least.

Feel free to send me a private message if you want to find out a bit more information or want to explain your idea in more detail.

Joe
 
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