MATRIXSYNTH: How to use Windows VST plugins on a Linux Raspberry PI

Thursday, April 22, 2021

How to use Windows VST plugins on a Linux Raspberry PI

video by Floyd Steinberg

"Here's how to use VST plugins on a Raspberry PI - both natively compiled ones and Windows 32bit DLL files. See links and commands after the table of contents:

00:00​ introduction
00:33​ hardware setup
00:52​ Intel X86 vs ARM CPUs
02:02​ downloading and installing natively compiled VST plugins
02:30​ adding the plugins to your DAW (example: Reaper)
02:44​ "Carla" plugin wrapper
03:12​ using an X86 emulator and Windows API wrapper to run Windows 32bit DLL VST plugins
04:16​ using a Win32 VST host to run plugins (Nanohost)
04:48​ creating a track using Reaper and ZynAddSubFX
05:26​ adding the plugin to your track
05:45​ recording a synth piano
07:12​ adding a second instrument to the same ZynAddSubFX instance (bass) / step sequencer
07:57​ setting the channel routing to use plugins on another track
09:58​ adding a bass drum
11:36​ adding a lead sound (using TAL Noizemaker)
12:58​ short improvisation
14:30​ some more things to consider
15:09​ bye-bye

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