AV Linux + KX Studio

What other apps and distros do you use to round out your studio?

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Floyd
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AV Linux + KX Studio

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Hì everyone. I use Avl on my computer and it works very well but i think I'm missing something..Let me explain:

I have got the KX studio repositories on my avl 2019.04 disthro, but where can I find all the plug ins and applications (for example Cadence, Arpage, synthv1-lv2 etc...)?

It is impossible for me to install the KX studio repo using the .deb file because of a dependency error (libc6 >=2.27).

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Re: AV Linux + KX Studio

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From the manual on http://bandshed.net/pdf/AVL2019UserManual.pdf :
A very important part of the initial setup process is to have Ardour scan for Audio plugins, the scan doesn't take very long and doing this now will ensure that the hundreds of pre-installed Audio Plugins included in AV Linux will all be present and ready to use in your Ardour sessions. Ardour will auto-detect LADSPA and LV2 Audio plugins, LinuxVST plugins specifically will be found during the scan. It is important to note that any LinuxVST plugins you may have added yourself that aren't located in the standard paths of /usr/local/lib/vst or /usr/lib/vst will require you to to point Ardour/Mixbus to their folders by adding a custom path after launching the program, custom paths are set in 'Edit' →'Preferences' 'Plugins'.
Plugins should be available in Ardour. Check the Ardour manual how to use plugins:

https://manual.ardour.org/working-with-plugins/
and
https://manual.ardour.org/working-with- ... essor-box/

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Re: AV Linux + KX Studio

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I've already made a scan of the plugin in but still i can't find a lot of stuff in Ardour neither in Carla..
Where can i find applications like (for example) protrekkr, mod-ui, non mixer..?

Thanks for now!

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I don't know what comes in AVLinux as default. Open synaptic and search for the plugins/apps you are looking for.

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Re: AV Linux + KX Studio

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@Floyd

Those examples are not plugins.

Most or not all features from non mixer and protrekkr are available in Ardour.

I'm not sure what mod-ui does.

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Re: AV Linux + KX Studio

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Scary Hallo wrote:I don't know what comes in AVLinux as default. Open synaptic and search for the plugins/apps you are looking for.
Right I'm gonna choose the stuff i need. It'sgonna take me some time..

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