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It may be possible. The codebase seems to be written mostly in C++, which is good, although I cannot determine the language that's used for the UI. If it were Qt, it would stand a better chance as we already bundle that. I would recommend starting a thread for it on our bug tracker (https://github.c...
Regular users can't, but you can flag it for moderators!
@MrTertius We're aware, we've talked about some replacements on the #lmmsio channel on Discord (

If you are capable of helping we'd love the help!
Thanks for the kind words! Do you have some tracks to share?
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Wait does this include copied example text and likes. Do I need to go stand in the corner in shame now?
Take what he writes with a grain of salt, please. :mrgreen:
Make sure you're using the 32-bit VSTs on Linux. The 64-bit VSTs won't work yet on Linux.
turbomattrix wrote:
Sun Mar 18, 2018 4:36 pm
I use MacBook Air and I installed lmms 1.1.3 later I’ll install 1.2 beta. I hope it works
Correct, MIDI support on Apple is new with 1.2.0. If the beta doesn't launch, it's a problem with the 10.8 build only and you will need to wait for the next 1.2.0-RC6 release. Sorry about this!
lokiilox wrote:
Mon Mar 19, 2018 12:00 am
fixed it. i did yaourt lmms and install lmms-git
Great. Note, we offer an AppImage on our downloads page under beta. If you have any problems loading VSTs with the AppImage, contact us over on in the #support channel.