thanks, very much --- that was it!

How much do I owe you, and where can I send the cash?
Hi, Musikbear and everybody; I'm really hoping this issue can be addressed, because Sforzando (by Plogue) is such a widely-used utility, and considered very important by many music-producers; yet its output quality is greatly reduced when it is loaded into Vestige, in LMMS. I challenge everyone to s...
Hi, Musikbear; I'm using the latest Plogue Sforzando, (found here: http://www.plogue.com/products/sforzando/) which I believe is the only SFZ player recommended for LMMS, and which, as far as I know, can only be used in LMMS by loading it into Vestige. It plays SFZ, SF2, and wav files. It typically ...
I've always noticed this, so I have finally decided to mention it and ask for a solution. When I load Sforzando into Vestige, and then load certain SFZ files into Sforzando, the musical tones sound wonderful when played on the Sforzando keyboard, but it sounds terrible when played on the Vestige Ins...
Ok, I think I have the answer: In the settings, for choice SDL (Simple Direct Media Layer), in the "device" box appeared "igxprd.dll". I assumed it was there because it was supposed to be. I decided to research that dll, and discovered it is related to graphics operations, not audio. So I simply del...
Musikbear; Yes, the badly-distorted noise occurs regardless of whether it is a new project or an old one, regardless whether the instrument used is one that comes with LMMS, or a 3rd-party vst using Vestige or SF2 Player. The sound produced is a loud growling, gravelly distorted noise. In case it is...
No, I didn't try adjusting buffer sizes. I have now tried that: no change.
I make a LOT of music using LMMS, every single day for two years --- always works great. Today, worked fine all day until suddenly, a few hours ago, LMMS emits nothing but horrible noise, regardless of anything I do with it. I hadn't done anything different, or changed any settings. I checked my sou...
Regarding the cpu-spikes when windows overlap within LMMS, I just assumed that happened to everyone, regardless of hardware. But maybe it's just my computer that does it. It's a Dell Optiplex 330, Windows XP Pro svc pack 3, 32 bit, 2.4 gigahertz Pentium Dual, 4 Gb RAM, with plenty of hard drive free...
If we currently have the ability to detach and break out windows outside LMMS main window and to multiple monitors, please let me know how to do it. Otherwise, I think it would greatly assist workflow to add this feature to LMMS. The way it is now, any complex project with many components has all th...