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Old 10-04-2018, 11:36 AM   #569
4duhwinnn
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In my experience, to get a working wine, I had to completely
remove wine from linux, using the package manager (synaptic in my case)
This also removed a lot of things temporarily, which I had to reinstall
later.

Next I had to install wine-staging (shown in the youtube
from Toussboxx above.)

Then I got a debian package to install wineasio.dll,
and made sure wineasio.dll was copied to these locations:

/usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/wine

/usr/lib/wine

/opt/wine-staging/lib64/

/opt/wine-staging/lib/wine

Then command

wine64 regsvr32 wineasio.dll

and regsvr32 wineasio.dll

Then in a daw's config setup, choose wineasio as the asio driver.

If dire straights still prevail, you could try wasapi shared mode
instead of asio.


Is there some crucial feature
in Ableton that can't be matched in Reaper, Bitwig, Mixbus,
or Renoise? All of them have working linux versions.
Myself, I'd jump off the 725th floor, before using ableton
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