On Mon, Feb 27, 2012 at 12:21 PM, Entropy <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I have just discovered the existence of Wine as I was thinking of creating a Windows partition in order to process
audio files using some of the great VST fx plugins (such as dblue glitch) that are only available on Windows. I could
then import the files into Logic 9 on Mac OSX Lion for use in my music.
The first place to look for this information is in the Applications
Database. If there is no information, then a search of the forums
would be next.
Cheers for the suggestions but I had already done a search of the AppDB and the only VST's I found that I recognize were things like Native Instruments Kontakt, Battery etc. which are both stand alone apps and plugins. Whereas they will most probably work in standalone mode, I am uncertain about whether they (or purely plugin VST's) will appear as Mac compatible VST's in Macintosh HD/Library/Audio/Plugins so that they can be 'wrapped' using a VST to Audio Unit Converter for use in Logic.
I have also searched the forums to no avail, so I am hoping that someone who has either done/attempted this or knows enough about how wine works with audio plugins will read this and offer some information.