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Thread: The people is not using wineasio anymore?

  1. #11
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    Re: The people is not using wineasio anymore?

    If it works, use it, I use it 5 days a week.
    It's not like me, getting tired at work, and
    going home at dinner time. It never sleeps.


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    Re: The people is not using wineasio anymore?

    Absolutely the fix to make it work was install the kxstudio repos, Install first ubuntu studio is not a option it symply dont work, with no more excuses, or the installation is broken in amd64 or is simply forgotted, if one developper wants contacme to know how the system must work to make music im opened

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    Re: The people is not using wineasio anymore?

    Need to know what you want to do musically. Typical wineasio
    user will use reaper as host/daw for some favorite vstplugins,
    used in their windows setup, and run a few standalone apps like Absynth, Addictive Drums, Amplitube etc

    In winecfg, wine 1.3 and earlier, choose alsa instead of jack,
    in the audio tab. Wine 1.4 handles this in an odd way.
    Might be older is better.

    Do audio files playback OK, using vlc, aqualung, xmms etc ?
    If your Ubuntu version is an issue, 10.04 was very good,
    if your hardware is compatible. What soundcard and video card?

    Output from commands

    cat /proc/asound/cards
    aplay -l
    arecord -l
    aconnect -i
    aconnect -o

    Cheers

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    Exclamation Re: The people is not using wineasio anymore?

    Sorry maybe i explained wrong. My setup is working thanks to kxstudio and ffado, right now im saying what all the system to make music in linux seems stay in a unfinishable alpha state, it can be well to test things or learn basics but is not workable musically talking. It can be the best system to make music made ever but is the worst because have no supports from the distros, it needs big reinforcements. cool ui designers, the programers must listen the music makers. is 2012 and the project is freeze in the 90's.

    Is necessary a completly reorganitzation of the audio production, if it no change its nothing to do
    Regards

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    Re: The people is not using wineasio anymore?

    KX is making great progress. I like running various combos
    of vst plugins and linux apps. There are a few things like
    Rhino, 1977, and Head Case, that I keep XP around for. Most
    plugins and apps that don't use dongles, will work in wine/Reaper.

    The 'alpha' level of things is temporary. Once people
    stop upgrading stable systems with new untested versions,
    recording projects are a breeze.

    The coders have to eat, it takes lots of work to create things,
    and keep them up to date. A lot of software is made for
    personal use, and kindly shared, never meant to compete with
    commercial products. Both can be used to greatadvantage.

    Cheers

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    Re: The people is not using wineasio anymore?

    Is what im saying, if it no change its nothing to do
    maybe is time to pay someone to make this working, to create a nice base or pulish the one what we have and make it workable, is necessary create a stable standard for midi/audio conections.
    ubuntu, yes have a good look but if you try to make a song on it is terribly, i've passed two weeks to do all my hardware working, but now ive tried make a song but simply i can't is an unworkable system for that purpose, and no because is a bad system to that is because is not refined and the programmers are not listening the musicians.
    I dont want a tons of programs for conect in/outs, i want one (core audio from apple got the linux idea and did it work) i want what if i want make a song start to do it not think if i must conect the cables of the piano and mpc and the surface controller to any plugin on every chnnel on every project.
    the system have good capabilities but if no change the way is nothing to do with the musicians. i dont know if i talk for every musician but i considered me an advanced audio user.
    regards.

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    Re: The people is not using wineasio anymore?

    i converted the rpm to deb, installed the deb, and

    regsvr32 wineasio.dll
    Failed to load DLL wineasio.dll

    Edit: Fixed!

    now wineasio.dll.so have to be located in /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/wine

    moving the file there and regsvr32 succeeded
    Last edited by K.Stoyanov; May 16th, 2012 at 12:41 PM.

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    Re: The people is not using wineasio anymore?

    Quote Originally Posted by Splashmania View Post
    the system have good capabilities but if no change the way is nothing to do with the musicians. i dont know if i talk for every musician but i considered me an advanced audio user.
    regards.
    Reaper works in linux, so songs that require lots
    of connections, can be based in reaper, and the project
    can be recalled intact, as it moves forward. The reaper output is just another instrument to linux, and can be routed to linux apps for more processing, and recording if desired.

    aj-snapshot works pretty well recalling linux audio apps
    like rakarrack and hydrogen, can be downloaded at

    http://packages.debian.org/unstable/sound/ or you may find it
    using synaptic and kx repositories.
    Cheers

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