Yeah, it seems that everything revolves around Omnisphere. Ah well. So much for that. I do not run Omnisphere. A principle I've established with the running of Windows plugins in Bitwig and Mixbus32C Linux is to keep it simple. And so far so good.Linuxmusician01 wrote:To see if his beloved VST will work. It looks like it doesn't play well with LinVST as a bridge. So to eliminate bridge software one might consider desperate measures.jonetsu wrote:Now why in the world would want to run the Windows Bitwig version in Linux when there's a native Linux Bitwig ?Mk2 wrote:but if i install bitwig with wine, i can use jack audio in wine version ? works like windows ?
Well, when you say that "Bitwig supports VST according to its website, but I think that they mean Linux native VST's, not Windows VST's" then I have to correct it and say that VST is VST no matter what. And I have shown with the screen shot that Windows VST are running just fine in Linux Bitwig. It might go against a conception of sorts about VSTs, but it's actually factual.Linuxmusician01 wrote:BTW I'm slowly getting small bad vibes from your replies. Are you angry with me? No hard feelings on my side.
And that does not include Omnisphere