Steinberg VST 3.7 Adds Support For MIDI 2.0

Steinberg has released the software development kit for VST 3.7, introducing several enhancements of the SDK interface that allow new levels of integrations between VST 3 hosts and plug-ins, including the new VST 3 Project Generator, improved documentation, as well as support for MIDI 2.0 and the development of plug-ins compatible with the new ARM-based Apple Silicon chips.

Here’s what they have to say about the updates:

VST 3 Project Generator

VST 3.7 introduces the VST 3 Project Generator that further facilitates the entry into the VST development world. The VST 3 Project Generator allows users to create a VST 3 plug-in project with just few clicks, which can then be used as the code skeleton in Xcode or Visual Studio.

VST 3 online developer resource

The VST SDK documentation has been enhanced and can now be accessed online. The detailed documentation provides information on how to develop plug-ins, also including tutorials with lots of examples for both beginners and advanced developers.

MIDI 2.0 and ARM support

The MIDI 2.0 standard announced by MMA (MIDI Manufacturers Association) is already widely supported by VST 3. Detailed documentation on how to employ the MIDI 2.0 enhancements with VST 3 is available at the Steinberg Developer Resource.

Also new is that the VST 3.7 SDK also supports the development of plug-ins compatible with the new ARM-based Apple Silicon chips.

See the Steinberg site for details.

7 thoughts on “Steinberg VST 3.7 Adds Support For MIDI 2.0

  1. MIDI 2.0 just took off in a big way. Once all the heavy hitters of software synths have adopted MIDI 2.0, hardware musical instruments will follow suit to keep up. Good times ahead!

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