First of all, thanks to all the LMMS devs for making such a great
piece of software!
Anyway, I was playing with the EDIROL VSTi, and noticed there's no way
to have multiple input channels.
I already created a feature request for this:
But I'm posting here, firstly to make sure it get's some visibility,
but also because I wonder what's involved in implementing this. From
what I can tell it wasn't implement yet because of one of the
- It's impossible
- You're still wondering how to implement it into the rest of the
interface, which is understandable, since I also can't think of a
simple way to send multiple inputs to VeSTige
- It's just a whole lot of work
Anyone can clue me in?
I think this feature is pretty important for being able to use LMMS on
a professional level for symphonic compositions. Most High Quality
Orchestra VSTi's like EDIROL have multiple input and output channels.
(Though I don't care as much about multiple output channels as
multiple input channels.)
I don't have a lot of time on my hands, but I really like LMMS and
would really like to help out with development any way I can.
Phone: +55 83 9127 5361
recently someone posted about succesfully installing lmms on 64-bit fedora10. was just wondering if they had managed to package it into an RPM file?
i can't work out how to make sure of all the build dependencies.
From: Thomas Moschny <thomas.moschny@gm...> - 2009-01-27 15:41:22
syed ali wrote:
> recently someone posted about succesfully installing lmms on 64-bit
> fedora10. was just wondering if they had managed to package it into an
> RPM file?
Yes, I have a working fedora rpm, and I'm going to maintain it. The
package was even approved already, but not yet imported, because of the
unclear license situation. Too bad no one answered on this.
A specfile and a src.rpm can be found here:
Note that the vst plugin is build only on i386, but works (and in fact
has to be installed) on x86_64 as well.