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Old 11-27-2018, 10:19 AM   #5
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Originally Posted by Tobbe View Post
Hi,

In terminal:

apt search linuxsampler and make your choice

sudo apt install linuxsampler linuxsampler-vst (or linuxsampler-all) you get all the formats available.
Thanks. This is weird. It looks like I can get the various front ends, but the backend server doesn't seem to be there. This is what I get back from issuing apt search linuxsampler in a terminal.

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gigedit/bionic 1.1.0-2 amd64
instrument editor for Gigasampler files

liblscp-dev/bionic 0.6.0-1 amd64
Development files for LinuxSampler Control Protocol library

liblscp-doc/bionic,bionic 0.6.0-1 all
Documentation for LinuxSampler Control Protocol library

liblscp6/bionic 0.6.0-1 amd64
LinuxSampler Control Protocol wrapper library

qsampler/bionic 0.5.0-1build1 amd64
LinuxSampler GUI frontend based on the Qt toolkit


Issuing sudo apt install linuxsampler returns this.

Package linuxsampler is not available, but is referred to by another package.
This may mean that the package is missing, has been obsoleted, or
is only available from another source


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I downloaded Fantasia from Linuxsampler site and put that into the same folder as .jsampler (gonna ask when you start LS for the first time, you need to create that folder if it doesn't exist). It's a bit of a hassle that it doesn't load Fantasia when you load the plugin in Reaper, you have to do it manually. In Windows it pops right up. You also need Java Runtime to use Fantasia. I wish someone could make a script or something that loads up Fantasia in Reaper.

More info here:
https://github.com/ccherrett/oom/wiki/Linuxsampler
So are you saying that using it in a project will require a manual startup of the frontend every time you load a project that uses Linuxsampler? If that's the case, I'll probably stick with the Windows plugin "Phenome" running in Wine and bridged, but I'd really prefer to get free from all Windows plugins and go 100% native with all Linux based plugins.
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