OK, here is a big one, and I'm hoping some one can do it, and do it well. I need some one to design the following:
A VST Plugin that can Load either a rtas or tdm plugin with full functionality! If you are unfamiliar with vst (virtual studio technology) or RTAS (real time audio suite) or TDM (pro tools flagship), please familiarize yourself with it first. This program should be able to either run as a standalone application, or as a VST effect and/or instrument (depending on the plugin).
This might be somewhat difficult as protools (digidesign) has kept rtas and tdm underwraps. Furthermore, TDM ONLY runs on digidesign hardware & software. Finding a workaround for this might be tough. We must also comply with the PACE ILOK copy protection that many (most) of these plugins use for verification. I am not trying to crack plugins, just find a legal way to use TDM and RTAS in VST (which a lot of people are looking for). I am willing to work with some one (or group of someones) who have the talent and patience for this kind of endeavor.
We will be business partners in this adventure, but it can and will change the face of digital recording while making us fairly wealthy. I am already connected with the media outlets to get this on the market, and want to do so ASAP. Once all is done, I would also like to work closely with PACE ILOK to copy protect our program, and we will need to create an installer.
The proper programmer will be able to make this work under windows xp (hardly any serious musician is using Vista) and OSX 10+. I already have reviewers in all the major outlets ready (and anxious) for this release. ALL PARTIES INVOLVED WILL RECIEVE AN EQUAL SHARE OF THE PROFITS. For realistic schedules, please bid. We will keep communicating through the pmb.
1 freelancer is bidding on average $4000 for this job
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