is there any possible way to get lv2 effect plugins into a FX-Mixer channel?

a hidden CarlaRackFX.dll maybe? :)
The Wooden Sticks

https://soundcloud.com/zeroc_nr1/the-wo ... icks-zeroc

the sample is Plywood_B from ModeAudio.
for a typical D'n'B style, u need a breakbeat, conspicuous short snares and a TB-303-like bassline. the tempo is between 160-190 BPM. here a fun-project. it's not the best example for modern D'n'B, but it's D'n'B: https://soundcloud.com/zeroc_nr1/give-the-drummer-some-zeroc-feat-ultramagnetic-mcs-sh...
i think you have some trouble with old repos and/or packages. maybe old kxstudio repos.

first try this:

sudo apt-get -f install&&sudo apt-get update&&sudo apt-get dist-upgrade

next is, try to install the packages step by step:

1. libglib2.0-dev
2. libjack0
3. libmp3lame0
...
etc
it's possible. try to start here: https://github.com/LMMS/lmms/wiki/dependencies-debian#qt4 after installing the dependencies from the link above, you can follow these lines: mkdir git &&cd git&&git clone -b master https://github.com/lmms/lmms&&mkdir lmms/build01&&cd lmms/build01&&cmake ../ check th...
hi execute, which linux distribution do you use? the current pre-release or testing version is 1.2.0-RC4. Debian Jessie !! that's a problem. all LMMS versions older than 2015 bring inconsistency into your system! :) i think there is no problem for a jessie user, to compile the git branch by yoursel...
hi execute,

which linux distribution do you use? the current pre-release or testing version is 1.2.0-RC4.
thats really nice!
put the vst in a own fx-mixer channel.
I'm using Serum with LMMS 1.2.0-RC4 in linux 64bit and it works really good. I have the same good experiences with ANA, Dune, Helix, all my U-he and NI plugins.

Sylenth1 and Ozone dos'nt work inside LMMS for me atm. It should work in Windows.