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Ctrlr
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Ctrlr

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Control any MIDI enabled hardware: synthesizers, drum machines, samplers, effects. Create custom User Interfaces. Host them as VST or AU plugins in your favorite DAWs.

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Cross Platform

Works on Windows (XP and up, both 64 and 32bit binaries are available), MAC OSX (10.5 and up), Linux (any modern distro should run it).
Host in your DAW

Each platform has a VST build of Ctrlr so you can host your panels as normal VST plugins, for the OSX a special AU build is available.
Customize

Each Panel can be customized by the user, the panels are XML files, every panel can be Edited in Ctrlr to suite your specific needs.
Open Source

Need special functionality or want to propose a patch/feature update, know a bit about C++/JUCE framework etc. You can always download the source code and build Ctrlr by yourself.
Extend

With the scripting possibilities inside Ctrlr you can extend you panels in various ways. The LUA scripting language gives you access to all panels elements and hooks to various events.


Cross Platform

Works on Windows (XP and up, both 64 and 32bit binaries are available), MAC OSX (10.5 and up), Linux (any modern distro should run it).
Host in your DAW

Each platform has a VST build of Ctrlr so you can host your panels as normal VST plugins, for the OSX a special AU build is available.
Customize

Each Panel can be customized by the user, the panels are XML files, every panel can be Edited in Ctrlr to suite your specific needs.
Open Source

Need special functionality or want to propose a patch/feature update, know a bit about C++/JUCE framework etc. You can always download the source code and build Ctrlr by yourself.
Extend

With the scripting possibilities inside Ctrlr you can extend you panels in various ways. The LUA scripting language gives you access to all panels elements and hooks to various events.


Cross Platform

Works on Windows (XP and up, both 64 and 32bit binaries are available), MAC OSX (10.5 and up), Linux (any modern distro should run it).
Host in your DAW

Each platform has a VST build of Ctrlr so you can host your panels as normal VST plugins, for the OSX a special AU build is available.
Customize

Each Panel can be customized by the user, the panels are XML files, every panel can be Edited in Ctrlr to suite your specific needs.
Open Source

Need special functionality or want to propose a patch/feature update, know a bit about C++/JUCE framework etc. You can always download the source code and build Ctrlr by yourself.
Extend

With the scripting possibilities inside Ctrlr you can extend you panels in various ways. The LUA scripting language gives you access to all panels elements and hooks to various events.

http://ctrlr.org/
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#2
  Banane2  Clap  :kaffee  looks interesting.
#3
Very useful, Thanks !

#4
i have now spent a few weeks using Ctrlr, and it takes a
bit of getting used to, but it is very good.

if you want to make a VST plugin of a panel, you load it
into the VST version, and export a locked instance: it
gives you a *.dll
#5
sehr gutes Tool für jeden der Hardware einsetzt.....
"There Is No Dana, Only Zuul"

„"Kein Pulst, kein Helzschlagt. Wenn sich sein Zustand nicht ändelt... diesel Mann ist tot"“ Peter Sellers/Murder by Death
#6
it is also very good for designers, for doing quick layout ideas,
and experimenting with panel views and menus. the onboard
default objects+hex/hsl colouring means you can use it a bit
like knobman or skinman, for sketching out and visualizing
ideas - as an alternative to making panelz with it.

i think Atom could integrate a lot of 'Lua' functions to make
it easier, and without having to learn how to script things
that could be included. i ran out of time/momentum, for the
time being. maybe i'll find time to figure out the bits i need.
(on the + side, i went back to the Novation Remote mapping
with new energy and that is 99% finished, just have  to
export files from box. Kawai K1 also re-done, just needs testing)


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