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Old 01-11-2019, 01:49 AM   #201
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Originally Posted by osxmidi View Post
I've checked out and it seems that some Linux vst plugins cause some sort of incompatibility when SFZero is loaded.

Tunefish and the SAFE plugins are some of the plugins that result in some sort of incompatibility with SFZero.

Other Linux plugins like Xhip and 3bandEQ and Obxd etc are ok with SFZero.

So I don't think much can be done about it except to try to use SFZero with compatible plugins.

The old SFZero was very basic and the newer version (SFZero-X) has a lot more added to it and it needs JUCE5.
Ok, thanks for the info. Not a big deal. There's alot of other choices out there.
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