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Re: audio damage

Postby WforWoollyMammoth » Sat Nov 02, 2019 11:55 am

I also got the Dubstation to run on Bitwig and using the standalone wrappers. Resizing works well, as does loading the presets. I initially thought the small "switches" weren't working, but you'll just have to press them and not try to "grab and drag" them sideways - or should that work too?

I'll try Ardour, Muse etc. later.

I just got Color Copy, so I can't justify getting Dubstation too. However, my initial tests indicate that Dubstation works better in a mix than Colour Copy does. It has a bit flatter and a more distorted sound than the U-he product, but it was very easy to place e.g. direct-recorded guitars with it comfortably in a mix (I might sometimes spend hours finding the right plugins for the purpose).

I know this thread isn't really about the perceived quality of the plugins, as it's about the plugins actually getting Linux builds and how they run, but just wanted to mention that.

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Re: audio damage

Postby glowrak guy » Sat Nov 02, 2019 10:35 pm

glowrak guy wrote:
Crandall1 wrote:However, what I will be doing shortly is putting up Linux versions of our free plugins, Rough Rider and FuzzPlus. As soon as I get a spare minute I’ll bust those out.

Have you considered getting a company forum at KVR? Works for U-he and Bitwig.
Might increase your industry exposure, and consolidate internet communications.
U-he made a separate linux section, to keep discussions sorted. Bitwig linux threads
are not isolated, and don't seem controversial. Looking forward to trying your products!

Several other linux and cross-platform devs have kvr forums. If a business
has communicators and customers, as yours seems to have,
it can be a good ride.

Tried the FuzzPlus III, very enjoyable, has lots of range.
A commercial version with a randomizer would be a nice addition. The old but good CMFuzz has one,
and gets lot's of use in wine. A 64 bit randomizing/preset-saving FuzzPlus III
would be very cool, and it's almost stocking-stuffer time.
Cheers

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Re: audio damage

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Re: audio damage

Postby occulkot » Mon Jan 27, 2020 6:17 pm

oh wow, their new synth Continua also have linux build! Awesome!

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Re: audio damage

Postby RockVice77 » Mon Jan 27, 2020 9:14 pm

I just extracted the zip file downloaded from the link above in my /home/.vst folder but Ardour put the roughrider3 into the blacklist

Anyone was successful installing the new plugin?

Thanks

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Re: audio damage

Postby skei » Mon Jan 27, 2020 10:34 pm

doesn't seem to work in bitwig or reaper either..
when i run reaper from a console, and force a plugin re-scan, it prints:
"dlopen() failed: /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libm.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.29' not found (required by /WORK/audio/vst/linux/audio damage/RoughRider3.so)"
on linux mint 19.3
todo..

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Re: audio damage

Postby Kott » Mon Jan 27, 2020 10:55 pm

doesn't seem to work in bitwig or reaper either..
when i run reaper from a console, and force a plugin re-scan, it prints:
"dlopen() failed: /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libm.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.29' not found (required by /WORK/audio/vst/linux/audio damage/RoughRider3.so)"
on linux mint 19.3

seems Mint has not so fresh glibc - 2.27

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Re: audio damage

Postby Kott » Mon Jan 27, 2020 11:33 pm

RockVice77 wrote:I just extracted the zip file downloaded from the link above in my /home/.vst folder but Ardour put the roughrider3 into the blacklist

Anyone was successful installing the new plugin?

Thanks


Yes it works in Ardour too, openSUSE TW.

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Re: audio damage

Postby JamesPeters » Tue Jan 28, 2020 3:17 am

Roughrider 3 works in Reaper on my system. (Xubuntu 19.10 with glibc 2.30). Also the plugin takes very little CPU.
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Re: audio damage

Postby Kott » Tue Jan 28, 2020 10:21 am

occulkot wrote:oh wow, their new synth Continua also have linux build! Awesome!


Yeah, tried to play with Continua, it's powerful but eats all CPU and thus has bad GUI response.

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Re: audio damage

Postby skei » Tue Jan 28, 2020 10:39 am

too bad..
i don't want to mess with my otherwise stable system for one plugin..
i've had too many disasters through the years trying to do things like that..

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Re: audio damage

Postby AlexTheBassist » Tue Jan 28, 2020 4:36 pm


Doesn't work. Instantly blacklisted in Ardour and Mixbus, not even seen by Carla.
Being creative does not imply being lazy, stupid, or illiterate.

Working in Harrison Mixbus and Ardour on KDE Neon + KXStudio.

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Re: audio damage

Postby JamesPeters » Tue Jan 28, 2020 6:26 pm

AlexTheBassist wrote:

Doesn't work. Instantly blacklisted in Ardour and Mixbus, not even seen by Carla.


Unsurprisingly, since you use KDE Neon which has only
glibc version 2.27.

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Re: audio damage

Postby Kott » Wed Jan 29, 2020 1:00 am

I think is better to post some report to devs. Because there are lot of Linux users with glibc<2.29 distros.

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Re: audio damage

Postby AlbertoZ » Sat Feb 15, 2020 12:45 pm

Kott wrote:I think is better to post some report to devs. Because there are lot of Linux users with glibc<2.29 distros.


I contacted the Audio Damage support, telling them the issue of GLIBC 2.29. Chris Randall responded instantly, he'll build a new version of Continua linking to 2.27.. Its very good to see such a responsive support from a developer, let's hope to have it solved.

Alberto


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