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    Default LMMS who stole vestige ?

    I just had one of the moments, where I got very annoyed, and I was about to fine tune my pc with an axe.

    Looking in lmms, rtfm, look in lmms, rtfm look in lmms rtfm and so on.

    Then using google, it seems there is something missing from lmms.
    The vestige, to load vst plugins.

    Does anybody know a solution ?

    I found an old topic on the openSUSE forums, and the suggested solution, was using the pacman repo.
    So I opened YAST, but only to find I am already using the one from pacman.

    I am still shocked, because I used vestige before, and it worked reasonable well. ( besides it sometimes crashing )
    Not sure if it was on openSUSE 12.2 or 12.3

    Currently I aam on 12.3

    Using google I know I am not the only one, (I found people using ubuntu having the same problem.) but I could not find a solution.

    Should I maybe report this to packman or the lmms forums ?

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    Default Re: LMMS who stole vestige ?

    On 2013-07-27 22:06, Gps2010 wrote:
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    > I just had one of the moments, where I got very annoyed, and I was about
    > to fine tune my pc with an axe.
    >
    > Looking in lmms, rtfm, look in lmms, rtfm look in lmms rtfm and so on.


    Er... what is lmms and what is vestige?

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    Default Re: LMMS who stole vestige ?

    Using YaST > Software > Sofware Management , I fount the package lmms (from OSS as wel as Packman) and it says there:
    lmms - Linux MultiMedia Studio

    LMMS is a free cross-platform music studio which allows you to produce music with your computer. This includes the creation of melodies and beats, the synthesis and mixing of sounds, and arranging of samples.
    Henk van Velden

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    Default Re: LMMS who stole vestige ?

    On 2013-07-28 12:36, hcvv wrote:
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    > Using YaST > Software > Sofware Management , I fount the package lmms
    > (from OSS as wel as Packman) and it says there:
    >>
    >> lmms - Linux MultiMedia Studio
    >>
    >> LMMS is a free cross-platform music studio which allows you to produce
    >> music with your computer. This includes the creation of melodies and
    >> beats, the synthesis and mixing of sounds, and arranging of samples.


    Ah. I thought it might be a fork of xmms. But there is no "vestige".

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    Default Re: LMMS who stole vestige ?

    If it means anything to you guys, its like fruityloop, but this one is for Linux too.

    I am misssing one of the plugins ( i hope this is the right word )

    I just posted on soundforce too, already found one person on Ubuntu who is even missing more plugins then just vestige.

    So its prob not a problem on the os or packman side.

    LMMS - Linux MultiMedia Studio


    http://lmms.sourceforge.net/demos/M....-Das_Model.ogg
    Cover of The Model from Kraftwerk

    If you have a midi keyboard, you can connect it to LMMS.

    I think anybody can use it, if you understand the basics of music.
    Most music is 1,2,3,4 or 1,2,3

    Through plugins you can load software synthesizers, and make your own sounds.
    http://www.sequencer.de/pix/arturia/arp2600v.jpg

    Most songs are clearly made on a computer ( they sound perfect ) which not everybody likes, but there are tricks,
    to make it sound more like its played by a person.


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    Default Re: LMMS who stole vestige ?

    Someone suggested to add a ppa lol

    That link though seems to give me the version I already have installed.

    I could try to download it from the lmms site though.

    Or wait for an update.

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    Default Re: LMMS who stole vestige ?

    Posted on soundforce lmms support.

    An ubuntu guy tried installing it the normal Ubuntu way, but also compiled it him self.
    Still he has the same problem.

    https://sourceforge.net/p/lmms/support-requests/44/

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    Default Re: LMMS who stole vestige ?

    My asnwer might be wrong because I do not know anything of the products you use. But when you have a problem with a product on openSUSE and people have the same problem on Ubuntu and the problem persists with different ways of installation, then my conslusion would be that it is a problem in the product an not in openSUSE.
    Thus you better go upstream and try to find out who makes the product and if there is any way of reporting a bug or getting support there.
    Henk van Velden

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    Default Re: LMMS who stole vestige ?

    Quote Originally Posted by hcvv View Post
    My asnwer might be wrong because I do not know anything of the products you use. But when you have a problem with a product on openSUSE and people have the same problem on Ubuntu and the problem persists with different ways of installation, then my conslusion would be that it is a problem in the product an not in openSUSE.
    Thus you better go upstream and try to find out who makes the product and if there is any way of reporting a bug or getting support there.
    Exactly my thoughts.

    To make things more complicated, wine has something to do with it too.

    This vestige plugin, lets you use .dll files.

    I just installed wine devel, because someone suggested it.

    Then uninstalled lmms and installed it again.

    I saw some message about an unknown media type ( maybe )
    But before I could read it, it was gone,

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    Default Re: LMMS who stole vestige ?

    I emailed packman, fingers crossed.

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