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Sampler/Sample Player Plugin by The LinuxSampler Project

Comments & Discussion for The LinuxSampler Project LinuxSampler

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13 February 2015 at 2:18pm

i don't know about linux versions, but windows version is absolutely poor, .

there are about 30 .dll files created in destination folder during installation and i have no idea which one of those .dll-s is exactly a VST-plugin, .

some DAWs (such as Reaper) are just ignoring it, on others you just don't know what .dll you should load.

And developers didn't bothered themselves by writing a proper instalation guide.

Forums are also poor.

You can't find anything about your problem, because the words you typing in searchbar are inequitably ignored because it's "too common", .

also you unable to create new topic because "registration temporarily disabled to prevent automatic submissions".

The product is totally sucks.

Save your time and move along.

27 April 2015 at 9:55pm

crispydinner is absolutely right. This thing must have been writen by programmers who lack of insight of how comun music apps are arranged. I am not going into the hustle, but I want to piont out the possitives. Under Win xp the linuxsampler23.dll (the vsti) works fine to run .gig, .sf2 and .sfz files. When you load the vst, there are to windows coming up. If you don't like the GUI colors, they can be changed from preferences. On my machines it did not work with teleport. I think if one stays away fom digging into it's promises, it can be absolutely useful. Because the basic functions seem to be quiet stable.

28 November 2017 at 4:39pm

I wonder if it is now possible to convert gig files to sfz with Linuxsampler? So far I had trouble figuring out how to operate Linuxsampler on macOS just to play that one gig file collection from Flamestudios, or convert them to sfz.

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