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RIP Flowstone??

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Re: RIP Flowstone??

Postby adamszabo » Wed Oct 20, 2021 7:45 am

DSProbotics has a license from Steinberg to create vst2 plugins so you dont need one, you can safely create them in FlowStone.
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Re: RIP Flowstone??

Postby Tepeix » Wed Oct 20, 2021 2:18 pm

Thanks !

Are you really sure of that ?
This make me so happy to not have to wait !)
And i could ask for donation ? Or even sell later ?

Thanks you so much !!
Will buy Flowstone before it even have 64bit or vst2 !) :D
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Re: RIP Flowstone??

Postby adamszabo » Thu Oct 21, 2021 9:40 am

Yes I am sure there was a discussion about this long time ago
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Re: RIP Flowstone??

Postby deraudrl » Thu Oct 21, 2021 4:23 pm

Just curious: is it that big a deal to get a Steinberg license these days?

IIRC, you need one to download the SDK. I did that back in 2009: no charge, just had to provide about the same level of contact info as registering on this forum. And I downloaded the latest SDK a couple months back using the same login/password.
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Re: RIP Flowstone??

Postby Tepeix » Thu Oct 21, 2021 5:05 pm

Magnific ! Thanks very much !!! :D

I suppose that's not difficult to get a license, maybe could take time.
But Steinberg as stopped to give it for vst2 to make adopt vst3.

Thanks !!)
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Re: RIP Flowstone??

Postby tulamide » Thu Oct 21, 2021 5:12 pm

Tepeix wrote:Are you really sure of that ?
This make me so happy to not have to wait !)
And i could ask for donation ? Or even sell later ?
Yes, absolutely sure. I personally did the communication with Steinberg. The Flowstone license covers everything you build with it. And apart from that, it's of course your own product, you can sell it, if you want to.

deraudrl wrote:Just curious: is it that big a deal to get a Steinberg license these days?
It's an impossible deal. You only get a license for VST3. VST2 licenses, like Flowstone has, are unavailable now. If you want to build a plugin without Flowstone or SynthEdit, it has to be a VST3 plugin (unless you were clever and got a VST2 license, when they were still available)
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