Linuxmusician01 wrote:This topic is quite old and it appears that the package of Airwave is not actively maintained/updated anymore. In this topic @sysrqer says that airwave, unfortunately, "is pretty much dead".
As for LinVST. There are pre-compiled binaries of it in a zip file (link) and there is the source code (link). I don't know which you are using. I wanted to test if the pre-compiled version supports 32 bit as well as 64 bit Windows VST's. I can't because my distro is too old. Anyway, it should since in the archive there is a file called "lin-vst-server32.exe.so" so it shoul. However, one must have installed in Linux the so-called multilib packages of g++ and gcc. From the readme in the zip file: To enable 32 bit vst support, a distros multiarch needs to be enabled first (ie sudo apt-get install gcc-multilib g++-multilib for Debian/Ubuntu).
This might solve the 32 bit/64 Windows VST problems you may have.
If you want to compile LinVST from source then my post in aforementioned topic from March 4 2019 might help...
My experiences w/ LinVST so far: the standalone version does not show up in Carla (?). The embedded version shows up in Carla, Qtractor etc. However both the embedded as well as the standalone versions make VST's go berserk in Qtractor (all buttons and knobs turn around like crazy without stopping).
I'd rather use Carla for Windows VST 32- and 64 bit support. My 2 cents.
thx for reply, it's encouraging !
i'm on linvst too, the multilib u given are installed,
most plugs work so i gonna create a topik just for Omnisphere 2, the one that bugs here...
i hope you will help me coz i advanced a bit since yesterday with it. (i not sleeped)