2010/6/24 Vincent Jousse <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Le 24/06/2010 19:44, Robert Jonsson a écrit :
> Hello again,I've built my own version since I don't know where I can find a
> 2010/6/24 Vincent Jousse<email@example.com>:
>> The only thing I get is : RemoteVSTClient: all cache files are up-to-date,
>> not running scanner
>> There's something which is not clear to me: do I need to install dssi-vst or
>> is it embedded internally in Muse ?
>> I do have installed it, maybe it is the issue.
> VST support in MusE relies on DSSI and hence the dssi-vst
> adapter-plugin, but since you get the above printout it looks like it
> is working.
> Did you install your own version or is it the prebuilt dssi-vst?
> Though I think both should work..
pre-build version ...
I just remember that I had troubles when I built it, I should have a
look on it.
> Can you see other softsynths in MusE? E.g. rightclick on theI just have MESS sub-menu, no DSSI sub-menu.
> track-list and select 'Add synth' you should get two submenus MESS and
> DSSI, under DSSI any DSSI synths should show up, including the
> dssi-vst synths, meaning addictive..
That's why I was asking if the pre-build version embedded in Ubuntu
10.04 had dssi support (seems to be a compilation option).
> Oh, right! Are you on a 64bit system? Not sure how well that works, II'm on a 64bit hardware, but on a 32bit Ubuntu (I've heard about 64bit
> know Tim has done some work on it lately.
issue with dssi ...).
>> One other thing, here is my VST_PATH: /home/vincent/VSTiAre you on Ubuntu 10.04 too ?
>> That's where I've copied the Addictive Drums dll.
>> I've also replaced the space with an underscore in the dll name.
> Should be OK, tried to mimick your setup and it works here so it
> should be possible.. (unless you use 64-bit, then I can't say for
>> Le 24/06/2010 17:16, Robert Jonsson a écrit :
>>> Hi Vincent,
>>> hope you don't mind me directing you here, I think it's good to keep
>>> this kind of support public such that it may help others.
>>> The distro info is a good clue, as I think I have tried the same.
>>> I believe the prebuilt muse should be able to use addictive-drums
>>> If you start muse from a command line, do you get lines like:
>>> VST_PATH not set, defaulting to
>>> If these do not exist then I may be wrong.
>>> Otherwise simply set VST_PATH before starting muse.
>>> export VST_PATH=<path to where the addictive VSTi is installed>
>>> for me it's
>>> export VST_PATH=/home/spamatica/.wine/drive_c/Program\
>>> Hope that helps.
>>> 2010/6/24 Vincent Jousse<firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>>>> Hi all,
>>>> I use Addictive Drums with muse, but I use it as a standalone synth
>>>> (thanks to dssi-vst).
>>>> I've seen in this tutorial : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GOGKuyvwDfM
>>>> that Addictive Drums can be used as a virtual synth, but I don't succeed
>>>> in having it working.
>>>> I think my problem is not depending on which VSTi I use.
>>>> I've seen in the mailing list archive that DSSI is supported internally,
>>>> but I'm not sure that my Muse version is supporting it. I use Ubuntu
>>>> Please help me !!
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