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Recently I’ve had lengthy discussions with a friend about how good 80s era synths like the Roland D-50 and the Yamaha DX7 sounded. Neither of us had the budget, space and, more importantly in my case, the talent for one of these beasts so I started to have a look for some emulators. There’s very little for the D-50 but the original ROMs for the DX7 are readily available online and the Dexed soft synth gets some good reviews. One of my usual YouTube haunts – Woody’s Piano Shack – has a comparison of dexed against a real DX-7:
I wanted to use Dexed as part of my LMMS setup and the usual way of doing this is by using a VST plugin. The Dexed GitHub releases page has a number of pre-built plugins so I had a quick check in the LMMS manual as to what to do next …
VST plugins on LMMS – part 1
LMMS v.0.4.10 -Audio Tool. LMMS is a free cross-platform alternative to commercial programs like FL Studio®, which allow you to produce music with your computer. This includes the creation of melodies and beats, the synthesis and mixing of sounds, and arranging of samples. You can have fun with your MIDI-keyboard and much more; all in a user.
Fortunately there’s a useful page on the LMMS wiki about plugins. The not so good news is that “… Because most VSTs are written to be Windows compatible, VSTs tend to work better on Windows LMMS installations. Linux LMMS installations require Wine installed before these plugins can be used.”
Hmm, OK, I’ve not really played much with Wine and I’ve heard mixed reviews about it but I’m willing to give it a go. The other key bit of information is that you need 32 bit VSTs and not the 64 bit versions.
In the past I’ve found that installing Wine was a bit hit or miss and, to be honest, I never got it to do anything useful other than run Notepad or Minesweeper. However this was a few years ago and the Wine website now has a dedicated page for some distributions. The one for Ubuntu looked straightforward enough with just a few commands to be run.
To my slight surprise it worked absolutely perfectly with no problems and I soon had Wine installed. Back to the VST …
VST plugins on LMMS – part 2
The wiki page very sensibly recommends that you start with a known working VST so I downloaded the recommended instrument and followed the instructions. Again I had no problems and the Wine initialisation automatically download the Gecko libraries so as to display the VST and I soon had the synth up and running. Note that the GUI that I saw was different from that on the wiki page ( left ) but it works fine.
There is another LMMS wiki page listing Tested VSTs but I found that not all of the supposedly tested ones worked on my Wine installation.
The Dexed installer for Windows is a .exe file and I ran that using a simple Wine command:
The normal Windows installer dialogs were shown and both a standalone and 64/32 bit VST plugins were installed. By default the Wine home directory is under “.wine” in your home directory and I copied the 32 bit VST dll ( called Dexed.dll ) from there into the area where I normally store the VSTs and started LMMS.
The Dexed plugin loaded fine and I soon had a virtual DX7 running. However there’s one more step to get the full retro sound and that is to load the original factory presets. For some reason these are not loaded as default but the Dexed home page “Cartridge Manager” section has a link to a recommended compilation of cartridges. The comments in the YouTube video above point to the DXCARTFO directory and this contains a file called CART1A.SYX which seems to provide the right sounds. I had to add the DXCARTFO to the Applications Data directory under Wine for it to be picked up properly, this is something like:
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After that it’s 80s synth pop all the way 🙂
Woody also has two other great videos exploring the different DX7 sounds which are well worth listening to:
Link to the original post: https://lmms.io/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=4961
Note: this is not a list about which are the best VSTs or samples but only about which are the best sites where you guys can find it. If you want i will make that list later, let me know. Also this is all about freebies like the original, so don't post cracked materials.
Here's the list:
http://99sounds.org/ (Sound Effects, Drum Samples and VSTs)
https://bedroomproducersblog.com (VSTs and Samples)
https://www.producerspot.com/free-downloads (VSTs and Samples)
https://www.ghosthack.de/ (EDM Samples)
https://sonniss.com/gameaudiogdc2016/ (FX Chiptune Samples 2016)
https://sonniss.com/gameaudiogdc2017/ (FX Chiptune Samples 2017)
http://tytel.org/helm/ (VST, it’s not present on site like vst4free)
https://www.flstudiomusic.com/ (Samples, Soundfonts, VSTs & Presets)
https://rekkerd.org/90-free-clap-samples-by-funkybot/ (Clap Samples)
https://beatproduction.net/ (Samples & VSTs, not all free)
https://www.reaper.fm/reaplugs/ (ReaPlug VSTs)
https://www.newgrounds.com/bbs/topic/1200140/ (Orchestral HQ Soundfonts)
https://www.kvraudio.com/kvr-developer- ... dc16-12730 (VSTs)
http://veryrandomstreams.blogspot.com/2 ... -free.html (Synth1 Presets)
https://xclusive-audio.com/newsletter/ (Hip-Hop Samples)
https://www.dropbox.com/s/0t3nl7tvt4x0x ... 1.zip?dl=0# (Poleroyd’s ZinAddSubFX Dubstep Presets)
http://sonic.supermaailma.net/plugins (Sonic Anomaly VST effects, really cool for me)
https://www.native-instruments.com/en/s ... t-plugins/ (Native Instruments Free VSTs)
http://www.dontcrack.com/freeware/softw ... p-effects/ (VST effects)
http://www.dontcrack.com/freeware/softw ... struments/ (VST instruments)
https://hiphopmakers.com/category/music ... nstruments (VSTs)
https://www.producerloops.com/Download- ... -Download/ (Samples)
http://www.schristiancollins.com/generaluser.php (A good all instruments soundfont)
http://virtualplaying.com/virtual-playing-orchestra/ (Virtual Playing Orchestra HQ samples, just add reverb to make it more real)
http://freepats.zenvoid.org/ (Soundfonts and PATs)
https://woolyss.com/chipmusic-plugins.php (Chiptune VSTs)
http://www.vipzone-samples.com/ (Samples, only vocals need attributions)
http://kontaktlibraries.com (VSTs and Samples, not much)
P.S: Some of these ask email or registration, also some sites like dsk or other are not mentioned because their plugins are present on vst4free and other sites.
I hope this could help!