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Since 1998 the ATK has existed in a variety of forms. The following implementations are now available for download.






SuperCollider3


The ATK library for SuperCollider3(external link) is distributed via the sc3-plugins(external link) project.

On Mac OS X, the plugin download can be placed into the ~/Library/Application Support/SuperCollider/Extensions folder. If building from source for OS X or linux, follow the sc3-plugins build and install directions.

Additionally, the SuperCollider3 version of the ATK has a number of dependencies. Please install the following:

NOTE: The ATK requires SuperCollider3 version 3.5. See here(external link) for the latest up-to-date distribution and here(external link) for instructions on retrieving source code.

Source code

You can build the SuperCollider3 version of the ATK from the sc3-plugins(external link) source-code. The ATK is free software, and is published under the GPLv3(external link) free software license.




JS FX plugins for Reaper



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ATK for Reaper is a set of plugins for the Reaper DAW(external link). They are developed in the JS FX(external link) scripting language, and work with all platforms and processors supported by Reaper. Several of the plugins, most noticeably the Transforms, are provided with graphical user interfaces that help visualise the effect of the transform.

Using the ReaJS plugin, part of the ReaPlugs VST FX Suite(external link), ATK for Reaper can also be used with other DAWs on Windows, provided that they support VST plugins.

ATK is now in public beta.


These installers are complete, and there is no need to also download the Kernel files. A set of example sound files for trying out the plugins can be found further down on this page.

ATK for Reaper requires Reaper 4.7 or newer.

A paper on ATK for Reaper by Trond Lossius and Joseph Anderson is presented at the Joint ICMC / SMC conference 2014 in Athens, and can be downloaded here(external link).

ATK for Reaper is free software, and is published under the GNU LGPL(external link) free software license. The development of ATK for Reaper is supported by BEK, Bergen Center for Electronic Arts(external link).




ATK Kernels


For full featured encoding and decoding, ATK kernels are required. Install the ATK as above, then download the kernels from here.

Launch SuperCollider3 and run the following code:

ATK Kernel Installation
(
// Create ATK support directory
// Place unzipped kernels in the directory opened  

Atk.createUserSupportDir;
Atk.openUserSupportDir;
)

If the ATK has been correctly installed, the above code will open the ATK's user support directory. Place the downloaded kernels here.




ATK Example Soundfiles


For full featured Help examples, ATK example soundfiles are required. Install the ATK as above, then download example files here.

Launch SuperCollider3 and run the following code:

Soundfile examples
(
// Place unzipped kernels in the directory opened
// Presume Atk.userSupportDir has already been created
Atk.openUserSupportDir;
)

If the ATK has been correctly installed, the above code will open the ATK's user support directory. Place the downloaded soundfile here.

Note: Users are strongly advised to download and install these files.