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Hydrogen able to use vst/vsti or rewire connections?

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Inge
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Hello World,
I?m a great fan of Hydrogen (Win). Thanks a lot to all developers!
Now I want to integrate Hydrogens Output - realtime -to my Emagic LOGIC Input-Device. It?s not very practical export / import a file. I?m so confusing - how to do? Please help me.

Keep my fingers cross to find a solution.
Best regards
Inge

Comix
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hi Inge!
Currently there are no plans to add rewire support to hydrogen, but it's a very nice idea.
I can't code this feature, since I'm not a windows developer, but I'll accept code contributions if some people will code that feature.

ciao

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comix

Inge
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Hi Comix,
thank you for your answer. It sounds not good to me at the moment, but maybe we find windows developer to code this feature? But where to find? I try to have a look at other forums.

Hydrogen is a fine software - and with "rewire" it will be the world?s best Drumsampler.

Thanks all, have a nice day.

Inge

chocobanana
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Hi there

The ideal and what I'm looking forward to is to create a VST version of Hydrogen.

Now that would be great!!!

Inge
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Hi chocobanana,

Wow - that sounds good: "VST version of Hydrogen". I keep my fingers cross.

I turned to Linux a few weeks ago. Now I?m using the JAD-Kernel.
Take a look at the forum (http://www.jacklab.net) They helped me very much.

It?s not easy to kick Windows but JACK & Co seems to be great, and I?m a great fan of hydrogen....

Inge

First I checked the Hydrogen Win - now I?m a fan of H2 Linux!!

Arun Kumar
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That would be great! A "VST enabled Hydrogen".

When it will be released, and on which platforms we can expect to be released. On Linux or Windows, OR Both?

BoxOfSnoo
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ReWire will never happen in an open source project because you have to sign a NDA.

If someone can port an ASIO sound engine, there might be a solution. Currently REAPER ( http://www.reaper.fm ) has a feature they call ReaRoute. It registers itself as an ASIO destination. It currently has no synchronization support yet, but it will probably happen along some day.

Does writing that output engine sound like a realistic possibility?