i'm on OSX and trying to figure out why i would use pluggo vs. vst. on my machine the waveforms seem to show up more consistently in the VST version, so i'm figuring its just less buggy - but is there another reason/way one should be using these two different versions?
i'm using them in Ableton Live for the moment...
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The "Pinky Pluggo" was the first plugin we developed. It's made using Max/MSP, and has a built-in multi-mode filter that some people like, whereas the Pinky VST has none. The filter is made possible because of it's being based on Max/MSP. However, the fact that it's based on Max/MSP is also a disadvantage in several ways: 1) The plugin interface is not re-sizeable, and 2) Pinky Pluggo doesn't support multi-core/multi-processor mode in Ableton. To further confuse you, Pinky Pluggo can be used as an Audio Unit, whereas Pinky VST can't.