After fixing the jack 32bit/64bit issue, now finally I can run kontakt5
1. As standalone exe, using WINE / WineASIO
2. As a VST instrument, using WINE / WineASIO / SAVIHost
3. As a VST instrument, using Festige / FST.
All approaches can show the GUI, and play some sound.
I can see the following differences:
- While approach 1 and 2 give me 2 output channels, approach 3 gives me
8, 16 or 64 output channels (depending on which DLL I pick). I only need
2 for stereo..
- I would think that approach 1 and 2 involve emulating more stuff than
strictly necessary, so I would like to stick to approach 3, if possible.
- Only approach 3 gives me direct JACK midi input. (But I guess I can
solve this with a2jmidid for the other two approaches, too.)
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Anyway, what comes next now is to
1. Set this up in a networked way: host1 has the physical midi input and
audio HW, host2 is running the VST. (I have already done this with
jack2, but now I have to re-do this for jack1.)
2. Tune the system to decent latency/performance; currently I get a lot
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Is there an up-to-date guide somewhere explaining
- how should I choose my kernel version ,
- what to compile into my kernel,
- how to configure my kernel run-time,
- how to patch / configure wine,
- how to configure jack
.... to get the best possible audio performance?
(I know this gets talked about all the time, but everything is changing
so fast, and half of the info I find the net is already obsolete;
I am not asking you to repeat what is is already stated, but to point me
to the relevant and current docs.)
Thank you for your help:
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