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Re: [fluid-dev] Ubuntu 20.04: Rosegarden - Fluidsynth version mismatch

From: Lorenzo Sutton
Subject: Re: [fluid-dev] Ubuntu 20.04: Rosegarden - Fluidsynth version mismatch
Date: Mon, 13 Jul 2020 13:28:16 +0200
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On 13/07/20 12:59, Tom M. via fluid-dev wrote:
  my old, working environment contains a file libfluidsynth.so.1 which appears 
to be a link to libfluidsynth.so.1.5.2

So, you need to make sure that your new working environment contains
the same symlink and lib. Typically, this is done by installing

My clear recommendation though: Do yourself a favor and get rid of
fluidsynth 1.x

Unfortunately, fluidsynth-dssi upstream is dormant. But there is a
fork of fluidsynth-dssi, that has been ported to fluidsynth's new API:


Or just use 'plain' fluidsynth through the command line (via alsa-midi) or a GUI client (e.g. qsynth). I mostly use rosegarden + fluidsynth (comman dline) that these days. I think it also makes Rosegarden projects more 'portable' for the future without relying on any plugins.

My two cents.

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