On 10/13/2011 10:38 AM, allcoms wrote:
You mean the the standalone version? The LinuxVST plug-in works well
here (compiled from the Distrho source tarball) with Qtractor 0.5.1
(compiled with the Steinberg VST headers).
> * I've been unable to get the Linux build to operate at any higher than
The guy(s) @ Distrho is/are working on an LV2 wrapper thingy. But that's
something else than a port of course. Well, just FYI ;)
> I never heard back from Vember Audio re a lxvst port of Shortcircuit nor has
64bit does work but not with all samples, you get those weird Wav chunk
errors. And even if they load it doesn't make any sound. But you're not
SOL if the 32bit plug-in from DiscoDSP doesn't work, you can compile it
yourself and maybe it will work then.
On top of that petri-foo dev has
Did you check the Composite LV2 plug-in? Haven't looked at it in a long
time so no idea where it's at right now. And FluidSynth is no option
either? Swami is quite easy for creating you're own soundfonts and by
now the Calf LV2 FluidSynth plug-in should work ok at different sample
rates (haven't checked that one in a long time either).
> Before anyone pipes up - linuxsampler is NOT an option. LS and I have never
I will, I'd really like a good working simple sampler plug-in too.
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