[Stk] First steps with STK -- using it on an iPhone
jsdey at optonline.net
Mon Mar 15 11:41:37 PDT 2010
If in fact the Smule folks are using opensource, you should be able to get a copy. Maybe they would share their interface to iPhone. Just a thought. Good luck with your project.
On Mar 15, 2010, at 1:36 PM, Gary Scavone wrote:
> Hi Morgan,
>> A couple questions:
>> 1) Are other folks using STK on the iPhone? Are there some common issues I should expect to run in to? I've gotten things working somewhat, but am beginning to suspect that there are some quirks introduced by Objective C++ that I'll have to deal with.
>> 2) Am I allowed to use STK in an app store app? If I make a million dollars, I'd be happy to share it :)
> Great ... that would be a nice change! It's open-source, so you are free to use it. I'm sure others have already done so. For example, the Smule pitch shifter appears to largely be the PitShift class from STK.
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