[linux-audio-user] Re: dssi-vst

chris simpson chris.m.simpson at gmail.com
Wed Jan 3 21:41:06 EST 2007


if you're building dssi yourself from source, try this. this is how i've got
it working..

# /path/to/dssi-dir/vsthost /home/chris/.vstplugins/vstplugin.dll

actually, my setup is a hack. something in the source wouldn't compile, but
there was no (ccrma) rpm for fedora 6, so it's a mixture of my compilation
and some binaries from a fedora 5 rpm. but it seems to work..

alternatively, you could also try fst/FreeST. i can never remember where the
homepage for that is though...



On 04/01/07, osbusters at softhome.net <osbusters at softhome.net> wrote:
>
> Russell Hanaghan writes:
>
>
> >>
> > Try http://rpm.nyvalls.se
> >
> > I never had any luck with dssi-vst mainly because of it's inability to
> > interpret long file names or segmented / deprecated name.
> >
> > R
>
> Thanks for the link.
> If not dssi-vst, then what do people use to wrap vsti's for use in
> Rosegarden?
>
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