I am using Debian Lenny and as you might know, there is no Ardour for that distro. So I installed it via the 64studio repositories. It works great, but there are no plugins whatsoever. When I try to add them, there are just no entries.
The Ardour version is: 2.8, the build 4918
I have all the Ladspa and DSSI plugins installed on my distro.
when starting up Ardour in CLI, I see this:
no more csLADSPA plugins
that is the only error message that I can see that pertains to plugins.
How can I get the plugins?
Ever tried to build some LADSPA-Plugin-packages from source?
If they are in /usr/local/lib they should be found…
btw.: Ardour does not support DSSI …
Hmm, they are not there, yet they are installed. Seems that debian puts them somewhere else. Is there a variable to change the location for Ardour? If I change it permanently, I can probably expect all the other programs on my debian platform not to find the plugins anymore.
And I really don’t get so far what DSSI is, I just have it installed sheepishly looking
@browny_amiga: are you familiar with ardour to know where the list of plugins would actually appear?
I have just looked at it again and seen that I assumed wrongly by seeing a empty list of plugins. That was actually empty because it showed which plugins were defined.
I have now seen that in another place, there are plugins. So I am pretty new to Ardour and still have to find out more how the whole thing works.
Thanks for pointing that out
Could anyone explain where new plugins DO appear please ?
I have installed the SWH & CMT packages using the package manager, and then restarted computer.
I can’t find the plugin manager in any of the menus or by right-clicking anywhere.
(built from revision 7387)
thanks in advance