Trouble Loading VSTs [Synth 1]

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Hi! I am pretty new to using lmms and have only recently become interested in using VSTs.
I am not the best with computers so I'm not exactly sure where I'm going wrong--any help is appreciated!!

I downloaded the most recent Synth 1 update [1.13] an extracted it into my plugins folder on lmms.
I've followed online tutorials to a T but when I go in to VeSTige and try to load the file [Synth1 VST.dll] as a plugin I get the error message:

Failed loading VST plugin: The VST-plugin F:/LMMS/plugins/Synth1 VST.dll could not be loaded for some reason.
If it runs with other VST-software under Linux, please contact an LMMS-developer!

I've researched online for a couple hours but I still can't figure it out...Help!!

Did you run the .exe from synth 1 file ?

What is you're operating system ?
lmmsishard wrote:
Wed Nov 28, 2018 4:13 am
Hi! I am pretty new to using lmms
Hi, Welcome to the Forum lmmsishard !
Here are all important links:
-A few rules and useful forum instructions

I am using Windows 10--64bit
Ok but what LMMS version?

That erroor message comes up, it LMMS cant find the dll for the VST. Did you load it DLL through the VST-gadget?
This one:
Read all about how to use VST here:
.. or is that the guide you already followed?

I hope we soon will have you longing for a user-name change :p
Thank you all so much for the speedy responses!!

I am using version 1.1.3 of lmms and it's the 32 bit version.

I did attempt to load it through the VST-gadget [and then I clicked on the green folder.]

Thank you all--
lmmsishard wrote:
Wed Nov 28, 2018 6:37 pm
I am using version 1.1.3 of lmms and it's the 32 bit version.
I recommend you to upgrade!

*Back-up your own stuff
*Un-install current installation
*(re)move the config dot-file ... h_Settings
*download a fresh new installation-pack either x32 or x64 of
LMMS 1.2.0 RC7 Orange buttons!
Linux-users need the AppImage on the Linux-tab! ... 4.AppImage
*re-install as administrator and grant all users access

The fault is caused by a win10 sec. update from may
Let us know the outcome :)

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