Looking for versatile sampler plugin

Link to good samples/soundfonts at http://wiki.linuxaudio.org/wiki/free_audio_data

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jonetsu
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Re: Looking for versatile sampler plugin

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tavasti wrote:Tried Redux again, trying to trace conditions when crash hapens and when not. Also opening 'import sample' dialog can cause same thing. So for some reason, does not work in my setup.
As a side note, the latest "jam300" I posted has a great part of the drums/percs done using Renoise.

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Re: Looking for versatile sampler plugin

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tavasti wrote:
Fri Jan 24, 2020 7:29 am
jonetsu wrote:
tavasti wrote: It was playing ok for me also, but for example importing sample or sfz, import dialog fails commonly. Not every time, but pretty often. Was it same problem for you?
It never was able to load successfully any SFZ. I tried perhaps 2 or 3 times. I might also have asked on the Renoise forum. That was years ago.
So I use it only as a sampler, with wav files.
Tried Redux again, trying to trace conditions when crash hapens and when not. Also opening 'import sample' dialog can cause same thing. So for some reason, does not work in my setup.
Great news!

I tested also Renoise itself, and got crashes there. Googled with error messages, looked what libs it was linked, and found out similar case in opensource project. It is bug in code which does not appear with all window managers, but AwesomeWM was in that group.

Communicated all that to Renoise, they tried out and fixed problem. Now I am running working non-public beta version of Redux which works without any problems. I don't know when will be official release, but I suspect it is pretty soon.
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