The long-awaited update for libllsm is finally ready. libllsm2, successor to the speech processing library powering Moresampler and Synthesizer V (WIP) is now available on Github.
While there isn't much change to the model and algorithm, the new version is more of a clean-up and rewriting with a focus on the usability in host applications. In particular, I have been long aware that the separated storage of layer 0 and layer 1 parameters in libllsm is an extremely clumsy design when access to both layers is desired. This problem is addressed in libllsm2 by storing all frame-level parameters in a dynamic array structure named
llsm_container, which can hold an arbitrary number of arbitrary objects.
llsm_container frames are further wrapped in a
llsm_chunk, the equivalent of a
llsm_model in the legacy version.