Guitarix.vst v0.2 released

Guitarix.vst is the full blown guitarix stack as VST3 plugin for Linux, using Juce to wrap the guitarix engine into a VST3 plugin.
It allow to load/save your presets, download presets from online and load external LV2 plugs and IR Files, like the guitarix stand-alone version.
But all that as a VST3 plugin in your DAW. All parameters been exposed to the DAW, so accessible for automation.
Other than the stand-alone, the VST3 version allows to switch the input to a real stereo input, so it may match better your channel strip in the DAW.
For Hdpi users, the GUI is full scalable.


This release fix a issue with startup sequence in Ardour.
Also fixed been the issues with the binary like `GLIBCXX_3.4.30’ not found. The binary use now pretty standard libstdc++ symbols.
It also introduce support for the Neural Amp Modeler so it’s now possible to load *.nam files into a modeler module.

Attached binary package is a x86-64 Linux binary.

To build from source please use the Guitarix.vst3_0.2.tar.gz package, as only that one contain the needed submodules.


Beside NAM support there is now as well support for RTNeural networks in the latest x86-64 Linux Binary
that mean it’s possible to load AIDA-X models They are much lighter in CPU consumption, so that may be useful when multiple instances been needed.


This topic was automatically closed 28 days after the last reply. New replies are no longer allowed.