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KVRAF
7945 posts since 6 Oct, 2004

Post Tue Dec 22, 2020 7:03 pm

More linux users are having success running the free Spitfire sample player content with their LABS plugin, so I tried again, and had some success. The proper paths and content are there in my wine 5.12 folder, but an error pops up anyway, but it's easy enough to get around, and a 'fix it' button is on the gui to help. The free sounds are nice, i used the 'Guitar Harmonics Plucks' sound, and will easily find a place for it in recordings. I'll try it in wine 6.x on the weekend, as a ton of improvements came forth after the wine 5.1 series. :hyper:

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KVRer
11 posts since 1 Jan, 2021

Post Fri Jan 08, 2021 12:56 pm

I have the M1 and Wavestation legacy bundle from Korg, but I want to use it in linux. They changed from user.net korg to something else and I got the migration details and download email to download them again from their new website. But somehow the downloaded software won't start in wine at all for install. Anyone here who has the same prob?

KVRAF
7945 posts since 6 Oct, 2004

Post Fri Jan 08, 2021 1:46 pm

I got an update to M1 V2.x a while back, and can run M1 in demo mode in Ubuntu Studio, but the reg system claims it can't find the internet on my computer :dog: You can register a wine bugzilla account to report wine errors, but even that is not a finely tuned machine. Triton demo also runs, but pops an error up: 'missing pcma' yet another :dog:

Maybe the folks who coded the Korg shop where I bought the M1
using the internet on the very same computer, should be offered
a bonus to fix the registration system :hyper: I would have bought
their Wavestation also, if there was hope that I could register it.
There is someone who registered M1 V 1.7, so there are no doubt
some internet oddities out there. Which U-he, IK, and NI have not been caught up in, to date.

Korg's offline reg setup was also a bit of a trainwreck, if it hasn't
already just vanished :scared: Korg: please quit hiring nieces and nephews to code things. Flawed code costs you more money in lost sales, than you save by hiring relatives. (Of course, that's just whimsical speculation on my part, but maybe picking up some of the veteran NI or Cakewalk coders who were laid off, would help?

KVRer
11 posts since 1 Jan, 2021

Post Fri Jan 08, 2021 1:57 pm

I had the M1 v1.7 but only in mac modus, no way to get the windows version to put in wine. Shame

KVRAF
7945 posts since 6 Oct, 2004

Post Thu Jan 21, 2021 2:35 pm

I found an IK Multimedia iRig HD2 guitar interface on sale, and eligible for a bundled SampleTank 5 SE, so I took a flyer, based on past experiences. The interface shows up in qjackctl, and works well as an input device. It has a volume control knob,
headphone jack, and both usb and direct-to-amp connectors.

It worked fine with Amplitube 4 and Guitar Rig 6 in Reaper/wine, and also with linux effects like Rakarrack.

It's a small lightweight plastic enclosure, so I'm going to fasten it carefully to my desk, angled to make cabling easy without undue josting/dropping/losing etc It has a small light to show it's getting some juice.


https://www.musiciansfriend.com/pro-aud ... or-ios-mac

IK-iRig2HD-in-qjackctl.png

https://www.musiciansfriend.com/pro-aud ... or-ios-mac
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KVRAF
7945 posts since 6 Oct, 2004

Post Sun Jan 24, 2021 5:17 am

AAS has a free player that comes with 'Swatches', a 500+ presets teaser collection drawn from the many AAS soundsets. No registration is required for the swatches/player combo 8)

I think even the very choosy or genre entrenched folks will find dozens of useful and fun sounds. I also grabbed the AAS Latin Vibes collection from a sale site, probably Plugin Boutique. I had to fiddle with the registration steps, but was successful the third time. I suspect the linux users typical net setup is not always the one expected by commercial devs in the duopoly :dog:

The player has a nice preset handler, and the basic gui likely will
work in most linux setups, and not torment the cpu.

https://www.applied-acoustics.com/swatches/


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KVRAF
7945 posts since 6 Oct, 2004

Post Sun Jan 24, 2021 7:18 pm

There are some fun and useful plugins among the lv2 collections soon to be available in a linux daw whose users have been asking for it for quite a while.

I put the Infamous Octolo rythmic specialist on a simple clean chain for a gated
pulsing output:

the Infamous Octolo.png

InfamousOctoloRythmic.mp3.zip
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KVRist
472 posts since 12 Sep, 2008 from Canada

Post Tue Feb 16, 2021 7:16 pm

Edit update: problem solved-got my self a M-Audio Air 192/6 interface.


Could someone pls. recomend a usb audi that lets a mic. be used in linux?

Right now I have a lexicon Alpha usb card and am trying to use a Sennheiser e 609 mic. This is in the latest version of Mint Linux

Thanks

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