I’ve always been wary of tags, and it appears we have one
So what exactly are you getting when you put two tags, Zynthian and LV2 together?
And should we indeed start by stating that relationship in Turtle…?
( I suspect this will contain a fair few mentions of turtles . . . )
So the zynth will present and collect audio from an LV2 wrapper called Jalv . .
And handle them in a friendly fashion where they can be easily presented to a performing musician with some hope of actually making the right noise with it
The Lv2 Primer is, therefore, where one starts.
There seems to be three places lv2 files hang out in zynthian . . . ( unless you know different)
Not sure where one should put what…
So we build some files in the /zynthian/zynthian-my-data/presets/lv2 directory.
The manifest file:
a lv2:Plugin ;
lv2:binary <wyleu-amp@LIB_EXT@> ;
rdfs:seeAlso <wyleu-amp.ttl> .
the newly renamed gm amp.c
& it’s ttl buddy.
so it’s visible in the webconf LV2 listing under software:
and it can be seen in the GUI Engine listing. ( this is audio Fx…)
and it loads …
But of course it doesn’t do anything for obvious reasons . . .
Now my first question is the reportsing of the None status a miss configure in my manifest.ttl or wyleu-amp.ttl or is it returned because the object code isn’t there and it’s reporting an error up in the name?