Sononym - Sample Browser


(toimp) #201

Sononym needs an option to hide not loadable sound files:

https://imgur.com/a/n89sEum

It seems is not possible to get the vorbis.acm working in 64bit environment in Windows 10, so alot FL samples cant be indexed correctly.


(lilith) #202

Is it possible to drag and drop files directly from SONONYM to RENOISE in Linux? I tried, but it’s not working.


(Meef Chaloin) #203

Doesn’t work for me either. Weirdly it does work with reaper.


(lilith) #204

Hm… :frowning:

I won Redux or Sononym and Redux has other problems with receiving keystrokes …


#205

Also mention the ‘preview’ sononym integrator -> New Tool (3.1) Sononym Integration (PREVIEW)


(lilith) #206

I tried it, but it doesn’t work.


#207

Maybe you can explain lilith what doesn’t work for you, I’m sure danoise might be interested? (Maybe be better in that other thread.)


(Meef Chaloin) #208

I can’t get that to work either, it doesn’t recognise the configuration folder (I assume I’m choosing the correct one, ~/.config/Sononym).


(lilith) #209

Same here: I replied in the other thread.


(ffx) #210

Sononym is so great that I actually started to google for “sononym” instead “synonym” :joy:


(tL One) #211

Hey there.

When using Sononym on Windows it shuts down Audio from the DAW.
(When Audio service is started by Sononym, the DAW shuts down its audio server.
When I start Sononym first and then the DAW it’s the other way around. The DAW will shutdown
Sononyms Audioserver.)

Anybody knows why this happens? This is in Windows 10 only. (<-- Parallels installation with ASIO4All
on a Mac). On OSX no problems. But I need to use windows right now for several reasons.

I am not used to windows, so I do not know what’s going on.

Anyone any idea?

Best,
tL.


(danoise) #212

Hey tL, I missed out on your post.

Anybody knows why this happens?

Could you share anything about the sound card or driver that you’ve picked?
I mean, it sounds like the driver needs exclusive access - this is often the case with ASIO, but of course it might be something else.


(tL One) #213

Hey there. :slight_smile:

Yeah, it’s an ASIO4All installation with (FL Studio) ASIO Driver selected,
as this is the only one that really works well.

Normal ASIO gives clicks&crackles.
and my MOTU PCI Audio Driver isn’t supported anymore under Win10.


(Jesse Schilling) #214

In FL Studio’s Audio settings, under the drop down where you chose ASIO4ALL, there is a checkbox labeled something along the lines of auto-mute or auto-switch… something like that. Is that check box marked? Selecting or de-selecting that should allow Sononym to steal the audio server while you are running FL. Basically, if you minimize FL (or if playback is paused I think) it will let other software use the sound server.