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Application Details:

Version: 1.1 Build 11527
License: Retail
URL: http://www.columbussoft.de/
Votes: 0
Latest Rating: Gold
Latest Wine Version Tested: 5.3-staging

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Test Results

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What works

Starting and browsing the menu bar, playback, editing...

What does not

Missing libraries, missing midi synth. See below.

I wasn't able to cleanly integrate midi into KDE, yet. Which means you need to start fluidsynth manually whenever you need it.

Workarounds

  • Install Microsoft Fonts using winetricks. Choose fonts, then choose core-fonts.
  • vcrun2005 has to be installed using winetricks.
  • Midi-Synthesizer has to be installed using your package manager. See comment below.

What was not tested

Real use.

Hardware tested

Graphics:

  • GPU: Intel
  • Driver: open source

Additional Comments

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Operating systemTest dateWine versionInstalls?Runs?Used
Workaround?
RatingSubmitter
ShowUbuntu 19.10 "Eoan" (+ variants like Kubuntu)Mar 11 20205.3-stagingYes Yes YesGoldJPT 
CurrentUbuntu 18.04 "Bionic" amd64 (+variants like Kubuntu)Mar 11 20205.0Yes Yes YesGoldJPT 

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HowTo / Notes

Installing a MIDI synthesizer for pulseaudio

It took me a long time to find this out. This is not wine related but always works if you want to have a midi-synthesizer running in background. 

  • First install fluidsynth using your package manager
  • Check that a sound font was installed into /usr/share/sounds/sf3/ and chose one for the script below.
  • Now, for KDE:
    • Create the ~/.local/share/applications/fluidsynth.desktop with content like
    • [Desktop Entry]
      Type=Application
      Version=1.0
      GenericName=Midi Synthesizer
      Name=Fluidsynth
      TryExec=/usr/bin/fluidsynth
      Exec=/usr/bin/fluidsynth --no-shell --server --audio-driver=pulseaudio --midi-driver=alsa_seq --sample-rate 44100 -o synth.cpu-cores=2 /usr/share/sounds/sf3/FluidR3Mono_GM.sf3
      # for debug add --dump remove --no-shell
      # if you need more midi channels, add --midi-channels=
      # for less background CPU use add --chorus 0 --reverb 0
      Categories=Audio;System;
      StartupNotify=false
      X-GNOME-Autostart-Delay=60
      Terminal=false
      #for debug: true
    • I am no pro in KDE desktop files. And I did not fully test this yet, so experiment a bit with it. You can start it from KDE-Startmenu like any other app.
    • When you are finished add it to System Settings/Startup/Auto Start/Desktop File. It will automaticalls start at login.
  • For other Desktops this should work similar...

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