linuxsampler outdated

This forum section was originally created while we were discussing a new, additional engine and sampler format designed from scratch. In the meantime this resulted in our new SFZ2 engine, which is already implemented to a large extent. However this is still the right place for ideas, feature requests, drafts and plans for new engine / format concepts and ideas. We now have 3 sampler engines (Gig, SFZ2, SoundFont 2). Why not having more?

linuxsampler outdated

Postby antoons » Sat Jan 14, 2012 7:43 pm

Linuxsampler download for linux is an outdated version.
When can we expect linuxsampler with sfz support ready for download.
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Re: linuxsampler outdated

Postby varpa » Tue Jan 24, 2012 9:09 pm

I'm not a developer so I can't answer you question. However, your options are: checkout from SVN and compile it yourself (which is not actually that hard, but takes a while), or use a Linux distro with SVN source built by default such as AVLinux or Dreamlinux.
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Re: linuxsampler outdated

Postby cuse » Sun Jan 12, 2014 2:43 pm

We became a bit "lazy" regarding "official" releases. In the last few years we rather just work with Subversion, without explicitly uploading source tarball archive files. The server automatically builds binary snapshots for the various OSes each time some developer commits something new to our Subversion server. However that is yet limited to consumer OSes like Windows and Mac. We will probably add also automatic builds for Linux distributions in future.

In the meantime, checkout the latest source code from our subversion server.
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Re: linuxsampler outdated

Postby varpa » Fri Jan 17, 2014 6:55 pm

Many linux audio distros like AVLinux and kxstudio come with recent versions of linuxsampler so you do not need to compile it yourself. kxstudio repos can be used by any Ubuntu varient and so are an easy way for Ubuntu users to get linux audio software.
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