[linux-audio-user] WINE + audio experiences ?
markknecht at gmail.com
Sat Jan 21 08:36:47 EST 2006
NI's Battery runs fine for me under Wine from CVS. I *think* Geoff
Beasley uses Kontakt under some version of Wine, but it may be the
older 20040505//fst sort of solution. I'm not sure. This last 2 weeks
we've been working on trying to get Reaktor to run under CVS Wine. For
most of us it won't install or won't even start.
As for audio the Jack driver in Wine CVS isn't working at all so I
have to use non-realtime drivers (OSS, Alsa) and suffer with higher
Sometimes I also run older versions of Acid Pro under Wine. Newer
versions (4.0, 5.0) don't run the last time I checked. (I should check
Truth in advertizing - mostly I'm sticking with Windows for Windows
audio programs. I do run iTunes and Quicken under Wine from CXO
On 1/21/06, Dave Phillips <dlphillips at woh.rr.com> wrote:
> I'm working on a new article for the Linux Journal, it's focused on
> using system emulators for running sound and music applications. I'm
> reviewing recent releases of DOSemu 1.3.3, Xsteem, and the new WINE
> 0.9.6 beta.
> I've been pleasantly surprised by some of the results with WINE.
> AudioMulch runs nicely, as does Buzz, and I was even able to load and
> run the latest demo of Band In A Box. However, the Finale demo wouldn't
> install and NI's FM7 ran but produced no sound.
> I'll probably use those three working apps for my profile, but are
> there any other sound applications that users commonly run under WINE ?
> Anything I should take a look at in addition to what I've already
> selected ?
> Btw, in case anyone ever thinks development of Linux audio resources is
> too slow, consider that WINE spent the last 12 years in alpha stage. It
> went to the beta devel stage just last year. Maybe in another six or
> seven years we'll see WINE 1.0rc1. :)
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