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Re: The VST Instruments topic
« Reply #210 on: May 17, 2020, 12:15:16 »
Bringing up the topic of Roland's D-50 plugin (and others) again - it seems like they finally have introduced a possibility to purchase single plugins from their collection without having to pay a monthly fee. They have also restructured their subscription model to have some cheaper tier which include less plugins. Slowly this is starting to make sense.
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Re: The VST Instruments topic
« Reply #212 on: November 29, 2020, 19:36:12 »
@.^o what a list!

In case it’s you who maintains it, please maybe also add some of LostIn70s’s plugins like HaNon B70, yet another Hammond B3 emulation. :) People seem to like it on KVR or somewhere, don’t remember where I saw it first. I seem to remember they said it’s easier on CPU than CollaB3.
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Re: The VST Instruments topic
« Reply #213 on: July 26, 2021, 01:45:03 »
How about VCV rack as a vst:
https://github.com/bsp2/VeeSeeVSTRack#downloads
I am just about to try it out, I am downloading both the 64bit and 32bit, I wont post this until I see it working in modplug.
I will take some screenshots if it works and put them here.

VCV rack is an open source rack with literal tons of modules for you to hook to each other in ways you cant normally do with some vsts, it is meant to simulate the racks people build with real life hardware.

this is an unofficial port and isnt made by the makers of vcv rack, but I think it looks promising.

READ BEFORE DOWNLOADING : Ok after testing I found that it doesnt open in my 32bit ompt at all and crashes it, and it loads in my 64bit ompt but there is no interface and nothing loads.
I think I will still post this, since it is a vst and a vsti, even if it doesnt work in ompt yet, maybe it will in the future which would be very nice.
If the admins want to take this entry down, since it doesnt actually work, I fully understand, but if not then at least this is here for if anyone else wants to try it out in other software or for future reference if one day we can get it working in ompt. I wouldnt be surprised if it never works in ompt, it might not even be possible.
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Re: The VST Instruments topic
« Reply #214 on: July 26, 2021, 07:02:17 »
The plugin works just fine here in OpenMPT 32-bit. No crashes at all.
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Re: The VST Instruments topic
« Reply #215 on: July 27, 2021, 06:38:34 »
The plugin works just fine here in OpenMPT 32-bit. No crashes at all.
Ok thanks for the heads up, I will download a new version of ompt and give it another try

--- update...
nope... doesnt work for me, I just get a blank window unfortunately, the instrument and the effect... oh well
« Last Edit: August 26, 2021, 10:51:27 by Exhale »
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