if its a vst and you put it in the right folder you can. :)
Yes , you will have to do a new install. Make sure you back up stuff you don't wanna loose. You can ask on the Mint forums, but I doubt you can update from 32 bit to 64 bit, so you need a fresh install. Most Linux Distro I know off, do no longer have a 32 bit version. ( and or stopped updating it ) ...
Possible but it's weird because it's a 32 bit vst. I have no idea why it does not work for you. Wait ! maybe I do. If you're lmms is 32 bit, its not the latest version, which I am using (version 1.2) That probably explains the difference between us. The 32 bit linux version does not get updated any ...
Icon is still here. LMMS 1.2 on opensuse 64 bit.
I just did a quick test. (opensuse 64 bit with wine) How long does it take at your end before it goes wrong? I right now have an 40 sec test track, something like musicbear did and all seems fine. The kicker and dreamsequencer. Sounds interesting :) Notes are 4 bars ? long. (like the space between 1...
I am on Linux and will give it a test.

I remember though one trans synth, working fine on windows in LMMS, but not on Linux with wine.
Wat is you're OS, and why are you using such an old version of LMMS?
Congrats, it had me totally confused, why they that icon was missing.
Lol funny track, and I am old enough to recognize it. :P
The thing about it is really, if you want to create music of substance, your credibility is somewhat going to be tarnished if you did make a Pop number one, as you will have to make some crap like that in order to do it. Does this explain why they have hip hop records ( the seem to do the same with...