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(vitaminx) #1

gear:


(Loolarge) #2

Like the Track!

How do you go about running windows VSTs in Linux, can you even use 64bit ones these days?

I have only been using native ones so far.


(vitaminx) #3

Like the Track!

Thank you :slight_smile:

How do you go about running windows VSTs in Linux

I don’t use Windows VST, only native Linux, mostly from u-he.

Here’s a list of Linux VSTs that I started some time ago:https://forum.renoise.com/t/list-of-freeware-and-commercial-linux-vst-i/47242


(Loolarge) #4

Ah, it looked like Zebra was windows only.

OMG that is one extensive list, props for putting it together!

I see many new/unknown plug-ins, very interesting.

The commercial ones I own are DiscoDSP Discovery+Discovery Pro, Illformed Glitch 2 and some EQ/compressor thingies that I forgot the name of.

I’ll browse and see. Thanks!

Thank you :slight_smile:

I don’t use Windows VST, only native Linux, mostly from u-he.

Here’s a list of Linux VSTs that I started some time ago:https://forum.renoise.com/t/list-of-freeware-and-commercial-linux-vst-i/47242


(GUEST:::El°HYM) #5

Thats an extensive list for sure; nice too see #TylerN6 in there, too! Great track btw. :walkman:

Ah, it looked like Zebra was windows only.

OMG that is one extensive list, props for putting it together!

I see many new/unknown plug-ins, very interesting.

The commercial ones I own are DiscoDSP Discovery+Discovery Pro, Illformed Glitch 2 and some EQ/compressor thingies that I forgot the name of.

I’ll browse and see. Thanks!


(vitaminx) #6

Thats an extensive list for sure; nice too see #TylerN6 in there, too! Great track btw. :walkman:

Thank youEl°HYM :slight_smile: