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I received a random BSOD after having no major issues with my custom build for a long time and upon restarting found that my audio wasn’t working. I wanted to see if I could hear sound via the headphones hooked up to my audio mixing interface that’s linked to the PC via USB, so I opened FL Studio, a digital audio workstation, and to my surprise there are no sound issues at all playing from my main speakers, I didn’t have to try using the mixer’s drivers. I’d assumed it would be an issue with the motherboard but I don’t believe that could be the case after this. Would anyone have any suggestions? I’ve tried even the most obscure of solutions such as checking to see if the Audio Service is somehow caught in my antivirus’ quarantine chest.
According to this reddit thread you can install FL Studio 12 on Ubuntu Here are the required steps from that thread: Download playonlinux. In Wine versions x86 , install the version 1. Click Install and then Install a non-listed program. Click through the welcome screen. Select “Install a program in a new virtual drive”. Pick a name for your virtual drive like “flstudio”.
In the next window, don’t check anything and click Next. Select “bit Windows installation”. Then wait a minute while your drive is being created. Next click Browse and look for your FL Studio installation. One thing to note is that your main file system in Wine is always mapped under the disk letter Z:. Click through the installation. Install everything in its default directories.
In the final screen, select “FL” as your shortcut. Once FL Studio is installed, try to run it and make sure it launches. You will most likely not see any text and the program will not be registered. Then exit the registry editor. Launch your FL Studio and verify that everything works for instance, open newstuff.
For more info regarding the known issues and errors please refer to the thread. And if that is not working for you , the most probable solution will be either to use a windows virtual machine or dual boot ubuntu with windows , if you are not interested in going the either way , the best possible solution will be a combination of lmms and audacity.
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According to this reddit thread you can install FL Studio 12 on Ubuntu Here are the required steps from that thread: Download playonlinux. In Wine versions x86 , install the version 1.
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