[LAU] Symphonic Orchestra on Linux
seablaede at gmail.com
Mon Jun 23 05:04:25 EDT 2008
Kontakt, at least Kontakt 2, ran decently under Ardour-VST with the wine
layer last I tried it, with the exception of the convolution reverb. But
the samples were perfectly usable. Admitedly I was only using the default
sample library that came with it, so it doesn't stand up to EW to my
knowledge, but it is an option. I am not sure how Kontakt 3 runs as I don't
own that to try it.
I personally haven't found a good sample library that is native to Linux
with nearly the same breadth and quality of samples as EW has in their
libraries. But maybe it is out there and I just don't know about it. In
the meantime running the VST under wine via Ardour-VST etc. may be your best
On Mon, Jun 23, 2008 at 2:56 AM, Julien Claassen <julien at c-lab.de> wrote:
> Now first hand experience, but all I know from earlier discussions.
> I think quantum leap is no VST? If it is a VST you could try to use it in
> ardour or in another linux vst-host application. If not, you might try the
> windows emulator, but I'm sure too sure of the performance.
> Another option, yet not as powerful, is using gigasamples. We have
> LinuxSampler, it can read gigasamples from gigasampler2, but I think not
> I hope this first very small impression can get you along a bit further.
> Sorry for not knowing more.
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