OK, this might sound a bit kooky, but…
Suppose one wanted to take advantage of parts of JUCE such as audio, VST and ASIO support, etc. from within a C# .NET program. Possible? If so, how? Would it violate the JUCE license? Would this just be a can of worms (latency problems with garbage collection, etc)? Is it just a Bad Idea[size=59]TM[/size]?
Does anybody have any suggestions or links to supporting VST/ASIO/etc in C#, i.e. examples with source? (I realize this is getting OT for this forum, but I know many of you here are experts ).
I’m a .NET newbie, but have C++ exp, and have written a couple of simple JUCE apps using VC6.