Its possible wine is better at handling this VST then actual windows, this sometimes happens with older software.

But just to be sure, you downloaded the 32 bit version ?
I downloaded the vst, then moved the zip file to my vst folder and extracted it there.

I am on Linux though, but it seems to work. I am getting sound out of the vst. :)

With vestige I opened the .dll file.
Somebody on the Linux musicians forum made this for me. 8-)

https://diode.zone/videos/watch/3c5987b ... f4ad130e4b

This is what I was looking for.
I used google and now I am only more confused. https://www.lifewire.com/mse-file-2622073 I also found a post of a fruity loops user , asking the same thing, I don't see a solution though. What I am assuming is that the vst uses those .mse files to load sounds. Do you have a link to one of those vst,...
Been messing around in LMMS and made the Alberti "bassline" (c e g e) Fitting it into one beat, might have helped me too. The Quantisation in the piano roll needs to be at 1/32 at least, but for now I stick to 1/32. I also inverted the Alberti part. Interesting. I could use that for an EDM...
I am afraid I have requested this before too, but its not in yet.
What musikbear was saying is drag Vestige into the piano roll. (from the left panel)

Then in Vestige click the green folder icon. He did not mean there is a green folder icon in the left panel. :)
It's why I go for studio monitors.

Then at least I know I have a kind of neutral sound, unlike with normal speakers.

It does not change anything about what musikbear said though.

There is no real fix.
Thank you, and that part is not in the fade to grey, that hit the charts. :) Chris Payne explaining, and telling the minimoog was missing, so he had to use a polymoog, is what got me using zasfx, and trying the brass presets. :P And how somebody of U2 tried to do this bassline, but failed and they e...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AmF_jeokUX8 1m36 I want that in my fade to grey cover. Its a fight and made me wonder about triplets, but , now I don't think that's the answer. Already got some help from Linux musicians forum on what notes are played, but I have not figured out the right pattern, no...