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Old 02-12-2024, 12:31 PM   #1
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Default Guitar Amps/Cabs/FX Starter Suggestion List for Musicians

I put together this quick suggestions list that might help newcomers to Linux who want to use Open Source tools for Guitars in their DAWs. Hopefully it will be useful to someone. Please let me know if you have any suggestions or additions. I'm quite sure it's not complete, and I haven't had time to test everything:



The Musician's (Not Programmer's) Starter Suggestions List for Open Source Guitar Amps/Cabs/FX

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Must: be open source, run properly, scale properly for HiDPI monitors (if using GUI), must have available linux binaries so that musicians (not just advanced computer users) can make use of the tools




The general idea of all of this is to be able to either use Guitarix.vst and load all of these additional plugins into it to supplement what it comes with, or to create your chain of plugins straight from within your DAW and manage them from there. Either way works! Here are the suggested plugins:

Pretty much everything by brummer10--especially: Guitarix.vst (JUCE port of Guitarix wrapped for VST3) comes with tons of amps, cabs, & effects!), GxPlugins.lv2 (comes with even more effects!) ImpulseLoaderStereo.lv2, ImpulseLoader.lv2, StompTuner, ToneTwistPlugs (Comes with several effects)

Aida-X: ( https://github.com/AidaDSP/AIDA-X ), ( https://cloud.aida-x.cc/all ) Captures/Models/Profiles, ( https://forum.mod.audio/c/neural/62 ) More Captures/Models/Profiles

(NAM) Neural-Amp-Modeler-lv2: It's a shame there isn't a native binary of this one. However, look at ToobAmp!

ToobAmp lv2 (.DEB): ( https://github.com/rerdavies/ToobAmp ), TooB Neural Amp Modeler - A port of Steven Atkinson's astounding Neural Amp Modeler to LV2, TooB BF-2 Flanger, TooB Stereo Convolution Reverb, TooB Convolution Reverb, TooB Cab IR, Toob ML Amplifier, TooB CE-2 Chorus, TooB Freeverb, TooB Input Stage, TooB Tone Stack, TooB Power Stage, TooB Cab Simulator. Neural Amp Modeler Captures/Models/Profiles can be found here: ( https://tonehunt.org/all ), ( https://tonejunkiestore.com/nampacks ), ( https://github.com/pelennor2170/NAM_models )

Airwindows plugins (No GUIs): ( https://www.airwindows.com/ ), ( https://airwindowscheatsheet.aboni.dev/ ), including: Guitar Conditioner, Cabs, FireAmp, Amps, GrindAmp, Gringer, LeadAmp, LilAmp, PurestWarm, PurestDrive, BassAmp, BassDrive, BigAmp, CrickBass, MidAmp, Smooth, etc., etc., etc.... There is so much available here that applies to guitars!!

kiapitonov Plugins Pack (KPP): ( https://github.com/olegkapitonov/Kapitonov-Plugins-Pack ) - TubeAmp, BlueDream (Booster/Tube Screamer), Distruction (Distortion pedal with equalizer), Fuzz (Vintage Fuzz Pedal), Deadgate (Noise Gate), Octaver, Single2Humbucker (Emulate humbucker pickup)

X42 IR Loader: ( https://x42-plugins.com/x42/x42-zconvolver )

Wolf Shaper: ( https://wolf-plugins.github.io/wolf-shaper/ )

ScorchCrafter: ( https://github.com/osxmidi/ScorchCrafter )

GuitarML Plugins: ( https://guitarml.com/ )

Jerryuhoo/Fire: ( https://github.com/jerryuhoo/Fire )

jatnchowdhury18: KlonCentaur: ( https://github.com/jatinchowdhury18/KlonCentaur )

Ildaeil: ( https://github.com/DISTRHO/Ildaeil ) A mini plugin host as a plugin. This tool can be used to load plugins incompatible plugins into your guitar chain, whether that be hosted in Guitarix.vst or from within the DAW itself. Essentially, this is a "Wildcard" secret weapon plugin to allow you to use any effects of the following types: LADSPA, DSSI, LV2, VST2, VST3, CLAP, JSFX within your guitar plugin chain.


NOTE: There are MANY, MANY more available plugins that should work along with the above listed plugins. This is just some great suggestions to get you started.
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Old 02-12-2024, 12:39 PM   #2
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You are doing God's work, my friend. I was just about to make my own research on this very subject, because I want to config my Steam Deck to act as a portable guitar and voice effect touchscreen device. Thank you, thank you, thank you.

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Hopefully it is useful! I've only had time to do the initial research. I haven't had time to go through everything and test it all. That's why I posted the list. Hopefully while it is useful, it others will also help to confirm that the things on my list work and scale and have have prebuilt binaries, etc. I'm pretty sure they all have the binaries, I've triple checked them. But I haven't checked for HiDPI scaling yet. It's a work in progress. I also haven't gone through all of them to pick my favorites and the most useful or best sounding of the bunch. I need help for that part too.
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Well, as soon as I test out some of these I'll reply here with results to help you out

BTW there's a Flatpak version of Guitarix which works pretty well, might mention that as well since it is very easy to use - plug and play.
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The native Linux guitar cabinet IR loader, NaLex "IRbis" is one I'm using a lot on a project I'm currently working on.

https://nalexsoftware.blogspot.com/2...simulator.html

For the Strat lead tone, I'm using the Guitarix LV2 preamp plugin "Plex", followed by amp models in Guitarix.vst, and lastly running it into two guitar cabinet IRs using NaLex IRbis. A couple SG rhythm guitars are using Guitarix.vst followed by IRbis.
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Any advice on installing ToobAmp on a Manjaro box?
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Don't forget the old version of Tonelib still available at Plugins 4 Free.

It is an old version but still works great and comes as Linux native.

https://plugins4free.com/plugin/3003/
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eq -> mda combo(fuzz) -> mda multi (drive) -> metaltone -> neural amp model(nam) -> cab IR -> mda stereo (delay, doubling) -> comp -> eq -> plate(send)
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Any advice on installing ToobAmp on a Manjaro box?

I've given this a lot of thought for my setup (Fedora). I think setting up everything in a Distrobox with a containerized Debian-based distro is likely to be the best long term solution. Go check the performance of OCI containers--the performance degradation is nil.

For example, I'm using Fedora Workstation, but a lot of files are open source projects that only publish binaries in .DEB format. With Distrobox, I can run a Debian or Ubuntu (or any distro) through the container, but there won't be any drop in performance, because I'll be running off of my Fedora system which I prepared for low latency. Think of it as a more advanced chroot command (much more advanced).

The days of Linux not being compatible with each other are over. There are numerous opportunities available. A person can set up a fully stable version of Debian, and yet run the absolute newest packages for it through Flatpak, Appimage, Snap, and now Distrobox. With Distrobox, you can have a solid main system, and yet run Arch within it. The apps can be exported to the main host's launcher. The programs would sit on the desktop and look like any other app running.

You can even have multiple containers with multiple distros running from within Distrobox. Catch the vision of this...There is no app within the entire Linux ecosystem that you can't now run from your distro of choice. There is almost performance loss from doing this, and the latency will remain low, because you are essentially running the kernel and settings from whatever your base system is using.

Linux just keeps getting better and better! Sometimes it happens so fast that it is hard to keep track of.

EDIT: BTW, I must give credit where credit is due--I learned all about this while researching immutable and atomic desktops such as Fedora Silverblue. Tools like Toolbx and Distrobox are the expected way to use mutable apps on immutable distros these days. The future of Linux is now here!

EDIT: BTW, /AND/ has been using one of these setups for quite a while now, and is usually pretty open about his experiences. I think it's the future!
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I've given this a lot of thought for my setup (Fedora). I think setting up everything in a Distrobox with a containerized Debian-based distro is likely to be the best long term solution. Go check the performance of OCI containers--the performance degradation is nil.

For example, I'm using Fedora Workstation, but a lot of files are open source projects that only publish binaries in .DEB format. With Distrobox, I can run a Debian or Ubuntu (or any distro) through the container, but there won't be any drop in performance, because I'll be running off of my Fedora system which I prepared for low latency. Think of it as a more advanced chroot command (much more advanced).

The days of Linux not being compatible with each other are over. There are numerous opportunities available. A person can set up a fully stable version of Debian, and yet run the absolute newest packages for it through Flatpak, Appimage, Snap, and now Distrobox. With Distrobox, you can have a solid main system, and yet run Arch within it. The apps can be exported to the main host's launcher. The programs would sit on the desktop and look like any other app running.

You can even have multiple containers with multiple distros running from within Distrobox. Catch the vision of this...There is no app within the entire Linux ecosystem that you can't now run from your distro of choice. There is almost performance loss from doing this, and the latency will remain low, because you are essentially running the kernel and settings from whatever your base system is using.

Linux just keeps getting better and better! Sometimes it happens so fast that it is hard to keep track of.

EDIT: BTW, I must give credit where credit is due--I learned all about this while researching immutable and atomic desktops such as Fedora Silverblue. Tools like Toolbx and Distrobox are the expected way to use mutable apps on immutable distros these days. The future of Linux is now here!

EDIT: BTW, /AND/ has been using one of these setups for quite a while now, and is usually pretty open about his experiences. I think it's the future!
Thanks, but that sounds too complicated for me. I've got Aida-X, Tonelib, Guitarix, and Tukan's stuff, which is enough for me now.
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I see a Tux-icon on here on the free stuff, but they need your e-mail if you are ok with that.
https://audioassault.mx/collections/...cts/amp-locker

Ps, just stumbled on it and maby not open source, no opinions myself other than it is my duty to let you know about it
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I see a Tux-icon on here on the free stuff, but they need your e-mail if you are ok with that.
https://audioassault.mx/collections/...cts/amp-locker

Ps, just stumbled on it and maby not open source, no opinions myself other than it is my duty to let you know about it
Audio Assault is not open source, their plugins are for pay and very cheap. Often they will give you a freebie and constantly on sale.
The email is for them to confirm your license or notify you of new updates. I got almost all their plugins and they work great in Linux.
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Audio Assault is not open source, their plugins are for pay and very cheap. Often they will give you a freebie and constantly on sale.
The email is for them to confirm your license or notify you of new updates. I got almost all their plugins and they work great in Linux.
Myself, i have absolutely no issue with supporting closed source companies that *finally!'* chose to support Linux, i say hallelujah!
But i read this thread have a preference for open source so i'll have to respect that, my Bad, cuz i'm Bad, you know it.. *Moonwalks out of the room*

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Myself, i have absolutely no issue with supporting closed source companies that *finally!'* chose to support Linux, i say hallelujah!
But i read this thread have a preference for open source so i'll have to respect that, my Bad, cuz i'm Bad, you know it.. *Moonwalks out of the room*
I get it and to be honest I would moonwalk with you if I could .
Having said that we have to start embracing paid products if we want Linux to be viable in music production.
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I get it and to be honest I would moonwalk with you if I could .
Having said that we have to start embracing paid products if we want Linux to be viable in music production.
I personally don’t have a problem with paid products. I own many linux-native products. And it’s ok with me if everyone wants to mention non-open source products in this thread.

The only thing that I try to avoid is companies that use unfriendly software protection, like challenge/response. Companies like U-he, Tal-Software, Audio Damage, Loomer, or AudioThing are doing paid products properly, and I gladly buy from them. 🙂
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Yes!
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I get it and to be honest I would moonwalk with you if I could .
Having said that we have to start embracing paid products if we want Linux to be viable in music production.
Yeah! let's do it, what ever helps/motivate the forum-people to use their smileys! more
What the open source side of the fence have done already is mindboggling cool though and a TAD more Star Trek than closed source perhaps, i'm sure we can All get along until the world don't use money anymore, or summit
We have those 'hold my beer'- i can do it - coder people on this forum also i see

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The days of Linux not being compatible with each other are over. There are numerous opportunities available. A person can set up a fully stable version of Debian, and yet run the absolute newest packages for it through Flatpak, Appimage, Snap, and now Distrobox. With Distrobox, you can have a solid main system, and yet run Arch within it. The apps can be exported to the main host's launcher. The programs would sit on the desktop and look like any other app running.

You can even have multiple containers with multiple distros running from within Distrobox. Catch the vision of this...There is no app within the entire Linux ecosystem that you can't now run from your distro of choice. There is almost performance loss from doing this, and the latency will remain low, because you are essentially running the kernel and settings from whatever your base system is using.

...

EDIT: BTW, /AND/ has been using one of these setups for quite a while now, and is usually pretty open about his experiences. I think it's the future!
Can attest to that, virtually 99% of everything works without any hiccups whatsoever. It's how I run Reaper and yabridge. The only thing I haven't solved is 'bridging' between containers i.e. if I install a .deb in a Ubuntu Distrobox container, how do I get it to play nicely with my Fedora Distrobox container? Can't say there's a solution for this -- but usually, most packages have binaries for most distros, so I just install the ones for my container.

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Thanks, but that sounds too complicated for me. I've got Aida-X, Tonelib, Guitarix, and Tukan's stuff, which is enough for me now.
It's not that difficult, really (although a GUI is warranted by now). You just create a Distrobox/Toolbox container (Fedora, Ubuntu, Arch, whatever) in terminal. Then enter the container (usually with distrobox/toolbox enter [nameofcontainer]) and you are basically in another distro. Then just install stuff like you would on a regular Linux install (e.g. sudo dnf install reaper or whatever).

If you are using Fedora and Toolbox apps even automatically appear in the app menu (and there's a way to 'export' them to the app menu through Distrobox as well).

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Can attest to that, virtually 99% of everything works without any hiccups whatsoever. It's how I run Reaper and yabridge. The only thing I haven't solved is 'bridging' between containers i.e. if I install a .deb in a Ubuntu Distrobox container, how do I get it to play nicely with my Fedora Distrobox container? Can't say there's a solution for this -- but usually, most packages have binaries for most distros, so I just install the ones for my container.
Also: Alien have actually saved by butt on Fedora successfully to increase the 99% abit
After converting the .deb with sudo alien -r blabla.deb one might by pure instinct after that install/run the new .rpm with Discover or something..
Try sudo alien -i blabla.rpm instead see how life goes

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Can attest to that, virtually 99% of everything works without any hiccups whatsoever. It's how I run Reaper and yabridge. The only thing I haven't solved is 'bridging' between containers i.e. if I install a .deb in a Ubuntu Distrobox container, how do I get it to play nicely with my Fedora Distrobox container? Can't say there's a solution for this -- but usually, most packages have binaries for most distros, so I just install the ones for my container.



It's not that difficult, really (although a GUI is warranted by now). You just create a Distrobox/Toolbox container (Fedora, Ubuntu, Arch, whatever) in terminal. Then enter the container (usually with distrobox/toolbox enter [nameofcontainer]) and you are basically in another distro. Then just install stuff like you would on a regular Linux install (e.g. sudo dnf install reaper or whatever).

If you are using Fedora and Toolbox apps even automatically appear in the app menu (and there's a way to 'export' them to the app menu through Distrobox as well).
There is a gui for Distrobox now! 🙂 I can’t remember the name, but I know it exists. 🙂


Edit: It’s called DistroGUI. 🙂

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Also: Alien have actually saved by butt on Fedora successfully to increase the 99% abit
After converting the .deb with sudo alien -r blabla.deb one might by pure instinct after that install/run the new .rpm with Discover or something..
Try sudo alien -i blabla.rpm instead see how life goes
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There is a gui for Distrobox now! 🙂 I can’t remember the name, but I know it exists. 🙂


Edit: It’s called DistroGUI. 🙂
Guys, you are the saviours we need as mankind! Thanks a lot.

EDIT: OMG, I found an even better GUI Distrobox manager: BoxBuddy (https://dvlv.github.io/BoxBuddyRS/). Has a Flatpak version as well. What more can one ask?

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Things just keep getting better for Linux! 😁
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Things just keep getting better for Linux! 😁
On that 'topic' at 26:36 they even mention that even on Rawhide, "you are actually less likely to get completely screwed" now should we be on an enthusiastic speed then only say, 3-4 years ago
You can ofc rewind abit so it is not all out of context, but yep, stuff is improving for sure it sure looks like

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Don't forget the old version of Tonelib still available at Plugins 4 Free.

It is an old version but still works great and comes as Linux native.

https://plugins4free.com/plugin/3003/

Darn it'h! was just going to mention they also have a TUX-icon.. ohh well & They have a discount now though
https://tonelib.net/downloads.html
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Darn it'h! was just going to mention they also have a TUX-icon.. ohh well & They have a discount now though
https://tonelib.net/downloads.html
Tonelib works great in Linux and it is easier to install than Audio Assault.
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Tonelib works great in Linux and it is easier to install than Audio Assault.
If anyone have issues then..

You can find the needed dependency here and download at own risk..
https://ubuntu.pkgs.org/22.04/ubuntu...amd64.deb.html

sudo gdebi libgl1-mesa-glx_23.0.4-0ubuntu1~22.04.1_amd64.deb
sudo gdebi ToneLib-GFX-amd64.deb
(because i just like Gdebi and i can see what's up) Potad'o/Potato

The VST versions will end up here:
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/usr/lib/vst3/ToneLib-GFX.vst3/Contents/x86_64-linux/

Ps, for Tonelib's defence, it does say Experimental on the download button
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Tonelib works great in Linux and it is easier to install than Audio Assault.
Thanks for mentioning that, I forgot about the Tonelib Zoom editor, has a linux version too so... time to dig out the ms-50g
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Pretty much everything by brummer10--especially: Guitarix.vst (JUCE port of Guitarix wrapped for VST3) comes with tons of amps, cabs, & effects!), GxPlugins.lv2 (comes with even more effects!) ImpulseLoaderStereo.lv2, ImpulseLoader.lv2, StompTuner, ToneTwistPlugs (Comes with several effects)
There's a 0.3 version release out since a couple of days.
https://linuxmusicians.com/viewtopic.php?t=26856
Also with NAM and RTNeural Multi module.

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ToobAmp lv2 (.DEB): ( https://github.com/rerdavies/ToobAmp ), TooB Neural Amp Modeler - A port of Steven Atkinson's astounding Neural Amp Modeler to LV2, TooB BF-2 Flanger, TooB Stereo Convolution Reverb, TooB Convolution Reverb, TooB Cab IR, Toob ML Amplifier, TooB CE-2 Chorus, TooB Freeverb, TooB Input Stage, TooB Tone Stack, TooB Power Stage, TooB Cab Simulator. Neural Amp Modeler Captures/Models/Profiles can be found here: ( https://tonehunt.org/all ), ( https://tonejunkiestore.com/nampacks ), ( https://github.com/pelennor2170/NAM_models )
Seems cool too.
Will have to check! Ooh, there's so much I have to check on my to do list.
Can't see the forest through the trees anymore to decide which settings I'm going to use for my next recording project!
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I wish devs would not limit the C libs dependencies on these great new tools. There may be many potential users having a fully working system with 'old C libs', not wanting to upgrade the core just for a couple plugins. Not being a coder, if impossibilities exist for that occurring, so be it. I advocate for multiple systems including a sacrificial testing setup that is not one's recording setup. Maybe I'll find time to learn/use Distrobox and the gui, sounds like progress is on the loose! Thanks AugioJunkie for you diligent news briefings!
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Old 03-18-2024, 03:26 PM   #30
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We need audiojunkie more than Ever now because if we visit Phoronix now without beeing a member, we might need a shower afterwards...
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