I am giving this another shot. I found I can indeed install from my
komplete 8 dvds if I remount the DVD with the following parameters
sudo mount -o remount,unhide /dev/sr0 /media/Razor
You want to be running jack if you want descent performance in the
first place. I am using the KXStudio repositories for ubuntu and
Debian, which make this relatively easy.
However if you do want to test try running kontakt directly under wine
rather than in a plugin host. It should be configured by default to
play to which ever sound card Wine is configured to play with
On Wed, Jun 18, 2014 at 10:09 PM, Aiyumi Moriya <aiyumi.br(a)gmail.com> wrote:
2014-06-18 5:13 GMT-03:00, Danni Coy
yes kontakt player does work under wine I had
problems with connecting
midi doing it that way though.
Thank you for the clarification :D .
2014-06-18 5:15 GMT-03:00, Danni Coy <danni.coy(a)gmail.com>om>:
If memory serves me correctly I did have
difficulty installing it from
the Linux side. I did have to do the initial installation in windows.
I gave it a try. Here, installation went fine. But I'm stuck on the
initial configuration (the "audio and MIDI settings" screen that
appears when Kontakt is run for the first time). This is the problem
I'm having (from the other thread):
2014-06-17 22:49 GMT-03:00, Aiyumi Moriya <aiyumi.br(a)gmail.com>om>:
now I'm struggling with Kontakt Player. Any
chance it can work without
JACK+Wineasio? I'm on a multilib 64-bit system but still don't have
32-bit JACK nor Wineasio. Kontakt Player installed fine, but I'm stuck
on the audio setup screen. There's "Wasapi (Shared mode)" as the only
audio driver, status says "stopped", my onboard soundcard appears on
the dropdown list, my MIDI ports get recognized, but no matter what is
done, it complains that I need to set a "valid" audio interface... I
don't know what's happening. Wine plays sounds from other apps just
fine. Can't it work with the default driver, without JACK and Wineasio
(not considering latency or anything yet), or am I missing something
else? By what I got from reading their "Getting Started" guide, I
can't add libraries if I don't get past this screen...
After that, I gave it some more thought. The "Getting Started" guide
says it "skips" this audio configuration if used as VST (the audio is
left up to the host). Would it be possible to add libraries through
the VST interface?
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