Linux Plugins (LADSPA, DSSI, Vamp, LV2, VST)

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Linux Plugins (LADSPA, DSSI, Vamp, LV2, VST)

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Which native plugins under Linux?
Please collect more plugins you know and like.
Please no wine et-cetera, only native. Everything may be listed here if it is "if "native" >> ack" && "no wine et-cetera" is fulfilled.
Which are your favorites? And why is that?
If possible link your tip/suggestion/recommendation/... .

And a friendly atmosphere. Please collect more plugins you know and like. Gathering.

Thank you.

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My current favorites:
# Instrumente: # LFO-driven MIDI arpeggiator, gate effect and step sequencer # FX
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Linux Studio Plugins (LSP) - http://lsp-plug.in/
LSP (Linux Studio Plugins) Developer and Maintainer.

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Are U-HE ports considered as native ?

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stanlea wrote:Are U-HE ports considered as native ?
[X] Yes.
:-)
Which are your favorites? And why is that?
Everything may be listed here if it is "if "native" >> ack" && "no wine et-cetera" is fulfilled.

And a friendly atmosphere. Please collect more plugins you know and like. Gathering.

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You@root ~/Feel # free
:-)

Mine are currently "Xhip Synthesizer", "Dexed" and "Discovery". The sound and the good operability (well, DX7 ;-)) of all three synthesizers convinces me.
Hypercyclic helps me to improve my ~talent. ;-) Very musical MIDI.
I find "transient mangler" by Steve Harris well in connection with DrumSynth, for example.
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I use zynfusion and Tal Noisemaker most often atm.

Great U-he plugins

Podolski - great analog sounding
Tyrell
Triple Cheese
Zebralette

All for free.

Amsynth, because it's simple and has a raw sound.

Tunefish.
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If possible link your tip/suggestion/recommendation/... . :-D

B-Step Sequencer
: The harmonic music step sequencer to create melodies, arpeggios, drumsets, and basslines on the fly. >> http://b-step.monoplugs.com/en
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khz wrote:If possible link your tip/suggestion/recommendation/... . :-D

B-Step Sequencer
: The harmonic music step sequencer to create melodies, arpeggios, drumsets, and basslines on the fly. >> http://b-step.monoplugs.com/en
Monoplugs also offers Monique, an excellent softsynth, which is available in native Linux versions, either VST and standalone.

(btw, Monique and B-Step are on sale with 50% off right now)

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Reaper/KDE/Archlinux. i7-2600k/16GB + i7-4700HQ/16GB, RME Multiface/Babyface, Behringer X32, WA273-EQ, 2 x WA-412, ADL-600, Tegeler TRC, etc 8) For REAPER on Linux information: https://wiki.cockos.com/wiki/index.php/REAPER_for_Linux

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pardon me,

more native than the vee-ones on Linux? 8)
(insert your one-does-not-simply-meme over here:))

cheers

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Hi,

this is Rudolfs from Sonarworks (http://www.sonarworks.com). We develop headhpone/speaker calibaration software, that includes plugins as well. We saw some posts about our plugin on Linux here, on reddit and other forums. Currently we are close to having a 64-bit Linux VST plugin that we will release in beta testing. Is anyone here interrested to try that out?

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THX@rudolfs.bundulis and all the others who share knowledge/... and technology together!
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The outstanding Linuxsampler.

Standalone, LXVST, and LV2

http://linuxsampler.org/

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Calf plugins are massive: https://calf-studio-gear.org/ - check Calf Organ

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sadko4u wrote:Linux Studio Plugins (LSP) - http://lsp-plug.in/
Just downloaded the whole suite. Looks awesome and I'm gonna try them all out. Looked at some videos but it hard to see how you route everything from the sampler. I use Reaper For Linux and it seems to work great so far. Lot to learn, but I'm getting there eventually :lol:

Rock On!

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