Blue Cat Audio have unveiled the Blue Cat’s Plug’n Script, a scripting plug-in that can be programmed to build custom audio and MIDI effects or virtual instruments quickly without quitting your favourite DAW software.
With this plug-in, you can write your own processors or instruments, with very little knowledge about programming: it brings an entire development environment into your favourite DAW. It also includes 46 scripts and 120 factory presets for non programmers to use it as a multi effects processor. Read more about it on the Blue Cat’s Plug’n Script page!
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What Is The Plug’In Scripting Plug-in?
Blue Cat’s Plug’n Script can also be used as a regular processor with existing scripts or to get someone else write this very particular effect you have been searching for years and cannot find anywhere.
It is also possible for audio software companies to use this plug-in to quickly prototype algorithms and reduce the time required to develop audio products: writing and testing scripts is lightning fast!
Blue Cat Audio have had this tool in their labs for several years and has been used to prototype lots of their existing plug-ins. It uses the high performance AngelScript scripting engine, originally developed for video games, with a JIT compiler that helps compiling scripts into machine code for optimal performance.
The plug-in includes dozens of audio and MIDI processing scripts as well as several virtual instruments and utilities to enhance your workflow. They can be used as is, or as examples to get started to write your own scripts.
To build complex effects chains using multiple scripts, you might be interested in Blue Cat’s PatchWork, which can host multiple instances of this plug-in in series or parallel. While writing scripts, you might also want to use their analysis tools to check their effect on the signal.