polyphony crate requires no explanation as its name is self-explanatory (at least, I hope so).
rsynth is an API abstraction for API’s for audio plugins and applications with currently support for jack and vst 2.
These two are related:
polyphony is split off from
rsynth, where it is now a deprecated feature and will be removed in a future release. The purpose is to limit the scope of
rsynth. All dependencies on
rsynth are removed from
polyphony and it can now be used as a completely separate crate. I think this increases the modularity in the eco-system.
- Envelopes have been deprecated and will be removed in a future release. No alternative is provided since the code was premature.
- Re-export jack-specific data types to make it easier to upgrade
jackwithout breaking things.
- Give access to
jackbackend in callbacks.
CombinedErrorin order to facilitate debugging.
The copyright notices in the Cargo.toml and the README.md were inconsistent. This has now been fixed, clarifying that
rsynth is dual linced under MIT or 3 clause BSD. We plan to move to MIT/Apache v2 in a future release (same license as Rust itself).