Auburn Sounds

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funkmuscle
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Re: Auburn Sounds

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Yes so far so good with the updated version. I've got a different problem here now to deal with. Arch decide to do some update xorg and I followed their instructions on the main page inow I'm in a situation where it broke my system so I have to reinstall. Best way to test any new plugins anyhow is on a freshly installed system so once I'm up and running I will continue to test and give feedback.

jonetsu
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Re: Auburn Sounds

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I tried Panagement where it works and where it's actually useful. Not at the creation stage on Bitwig (where it crashes), but at the mixing stage on Mixbus32C (where it runs just fine)

Panagement is great ! A really useful tool. It also has some warmth to it. And the commercial trailer is funny:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sfi2HPBGwzo

I'd stay with the free version if it was a Windows VST. But since it's native Linux I will go for the paid version 1) because there's no need of a wine/linvst layer on the machine's resources and 2) to support development.

Cheers.

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Re: Auburn Sounds

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I tried the LV2 version of Graillon2 and it works flawlessly in Qtractor at the first glance.

Time will show if it helps me in my own projects.
Linux – MOTU UltraLite AVB – Qtractor – https://soundcloud.com/suedwestlicht

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