LMMS also runs on Windows though. If we switched to yoshimi, there would be no windows support, at least for that plugin.

On Tue, Jun 25, 2013 at 10:46 AM, Zbigniew <zbigniew2011@gmail.com> wrote:
I'm not sure: maybe it would be reasonable to consider replacing
ZynAddSubFX with Yoshimi ( http://yoshimi.sourceforge.net/ )?
According to Yoshimi's creator: "I've been a ZynAddSubFX lover pretty
much since it was first offered. Sadly though, Zyn has long been a
case of flawed genius. Its audio and midi capabilities have not kept
pace with the evolution and infrastructure improvements of Linux
audio. [..] And so Yoshimi came to be, as a Linux only derivative of
ZynAddSubFX. Yoshi attempts to do everything original Zyn does, but to
do it well on Linux.".

I'm unable, however, to verify the above statement. Both ZynAddSubFX
in LMMS, and Yoshimi - outside LMMS - seem to work for me. Maybe some
"insider" could compare them?

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