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    Re: HOW-TO: FL Studio 9 in Ubuntu (using Wine)

    Still haven't figured out how to use Guitar Rig as a VST. Anyone else use a wine app as a vst in another wine app?
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    Re: HOW-TO: FL Studio 9 in Ubuntu (using Wine)

    Quote Originally Posted by proxess View Post
    Still haven't figured out how to use Guitar Rig as a VST. Anyone else use a wine app as a vst in another wine app?
    I did, several VSTs in the Windows version of Renoise.

    'VSTHost' is a nice host/tool for usage and testing, you should try it:
    http://www.hermannseib.com/english/vsthost.htm

    just start the app, and load some Windows VSTs

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    Smile Re: HOW-TO: FL Studio 9 in Ubuntu (using Wine)

    Thank you very-very-very much for this tutorial, I thought it was impossible, thanks for the research and the time invested.

    Ubuntu forums and people rock!

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    Re: HOW-TO: FL Studio 9 in Ubuntu (using Wine)

    First I want to that everybody in this thread for such a useful source of information. Almost everything is working now =)

    But, I'm sorry guys I still don't have midi working. It's the whole reason I need to use FL (midi recorder that also records sustain pedal as midi).

    I followed the entire first post exactly until the midi section and then followed the midi section. But i can get Qsynth working through jack but not FL.

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    Re: HOW-TO: FL Studio 9 in Ubuntu (using Wine)

    Quote Originally Posted by crazydudearam View Post
    First I want to that everybody in this thread for such a useful source of information. Almost everything is working now =)

    But, I'm sorry guys I still don't have midi working. It's the whole reason I need to use FL (midi recorder that also records sustain pedal as midi).

    I followed the entire first post exactly until the midi section and then followed the midi section. But i can get Qsynth working through jack but not FL.
    I see more things need to have

    a2jmidid

    installed, and the command run after jackd is running, it puts
    ports in the midi tab of qjackctl connect panel.

    also on the right of the main qjackctl screen, I tick

    x unlock memory
    x softmode

    and raise the timeout m/sec to 1000 or 2000

    This seems to help the windows apps that can be less stable, especially
    synthedit plugins. Not scientifically, but musically proven.

    I would try Reaper also, it is quite stable, basic midi works, I have not
    done midi editing, just i/o, worth a shot!
    Last edited by sgx; January 26th, 2011 at 03:12 PM. Reason: clearT

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    Re: HOW-TO: FL Studio 9 in Ubuntu (using Wine)

    Quote Originally Posted by proxess View Post
    Still haven't figured out how to use Guitar Rig as a VST. Anyone else use a wine app as a vst in another wine app?
    For guitar rig, I painstakingly found all its windows files, and copied
    them to their .wine equivalents. There may be an install log in your
    windows FLS setup, or just search function the word Native, and then guitar, should be about 5 locations as I recall, a few will wind up in
    /home/username I have done regular NI installs on linux, they do work,
    Kontakt crashes sometimes, but the Reaktor, Absynth, Massive, FM8, GR3/4
    all chortle about nicely! I use Reaper as the vst host, should work in FLS too

    I see more things need to have

    a2jmidid

    installed, and the command run after jackd is running, it puts
    ports in the midi tab of qjackctl connect panel.

    also on the right of the main qjackctl screen, I tick

    x unlock memory
    x softmode

    and raise the timeout m/sec to 1000 or 2000

    This seems to help the windows apps that can be less stable, especially
    synthedit plugins. Not scientifically, but musically proven.
    Cheers

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    Re: HOW-TO: FL Studio 9 in Ubuntu (using Wine)

    Quote Originally Posted by crazydudearam View Post
    First I want to that everybody in this thread for such a useful source of information. Almost everything is working now =)

    But, I'm sorry guys I still don't have midi working. It's the whole reason I need to use FL (midi recorder that also records sustain pedal as midi).

    I followed the entire first post exactly until the midi section and then followed the midi section. But i can get Qsynth working through jack but not FL.
    I would look up Phenome soundfont player (8 layers, and synth knobs)
    and the SafFron soundfont player by Fretted Synth (a fine multi-fx section)
    Both are free. I have used them in wine with Reaper as host.
    Cheers

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    Re: HOW-TO: FL Studio 9 in Ubuntu (using Wine)

    Thanks for the suggestion. I may try it later but i really came back to say that I got it working. Somehow, i feel no latency WHATSOEVER, using the wineasio driver, with jack unchecked in the wine audio preferences (allows me to see the alsa midi in FL which for some reason doesn't work with both alsa and jack checked) but i must still keep jack running. Everything is working perfectly Thank you so much for all of your help =)

    EDIT: Sorry I was wrong, once again. I think all I had to do was restart because apparently it's working now with jack checked as well =)
    Last edited by crazydudearam; January 27th, 2011 at 01:06 AM.

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    Re: HOW-TO: FL Studio 9 in Ubuntu (using Wine)

    Great to hear it's working. These free but excellent softwares
    are not made by folks in the same building, perhaps not the
    same continents, or languages, so it is upon us as users to be
    nimble, and when things suddenly work differently, to work together
    in the sharing of solutions, and appreciative of the authors who
    create software, and those hosting PPAs, and creating packages that
    are easy to install.

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    Re: HOW-TO: FL Studio 9 in Ubuntu (using Wine)

    I'd like to add a little something to the guide for Maverick:

    1) Install jackd-1, not jackd-2.


    2) Find /etc/pulse/client.conf, and where it says
    Code:
    ; autospawn = ...
    and edit it to
    Code:
    autospawn = no

    3) Add to your startup applications an application called "Pulse Audio" which runs the command
    Code:
    pulseaudio

    4) In qjackctl "JACK Control", in "Setup", "Options", in the option that says "Execute script on Startup", add the command
    Code:
    pulseaudio -k
    and in the option that says "Execute script on Shutdown", add the command
    Code:
    pulseaudio &

    This will help avoid messages/problems with pulseaudio and JACK.
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