I’ve decided to leave this project at v2.x and move onto a new project. You can still send me any bug reports, which I’ll fix ASAP. I will return to Jeez in a few months, when, I plan on coding a RAD style GUI editor for Jeez.
Note: As of v1.6, the Jeez can be compiled for Linux, but you will have to grab the source code from the Windows installer until I’m ready to release Linux binaries.
You will need the TDM-GCC64 C++ compiler to create VST DLL’s. Note: Only the 64bit version 4.9.2-3 is supported which you can download from here: (~42M)
The 64bit version creates both 32/64 DLL’s on either a 32/64 bit system.
Note: The latest version (5.x) seems to have problems with pre-compiled libraries, which Jeez uses if you want external audio file loading. I don’t see any reason to use 5.x over the 4.9.2-3 release.
Jeez works with both TDM32 and TDM64, but I recommend TDM64 since you can create 64bit DLL’s with it. TDM64 also creates 32bit DLL’s and works on Win32. TDM32 creates slightly smaller 32bit DLL’s.
You can also use Visual C++ Express (which is free), but since I haven’t been able to automate the build via Jeez, you will have to create your own projects. If you have trouble doing that, try looking at the MDA-VST projects.
Note, I’m no longer supporting any other compiler other than TDM-GCC64 4.9.2-3.
Download the “VST 3.6.5 Audio Plug-Ins SDK” zip from here: