I’m new here
I’ve tested mod-live-usb in three ways until now.
- I’ve created a bootable usb stick and put that into my main PC. This was quite successful, as I could easily boot it, select my audio interface, connect a guitar and play around
However, I couldn’t figure out how to connect it to my wifi.
- Since I only have a short ethernet cable here, I tried the same with a notebook. I was hoping to get an internet connection via ethernet and access additional plugins and pedalboards. This didn’t work out, because the GUI wasn’t stable. It was flickering and basically unusable.
- I created a VM with VirtualBox and booted that from the ISO. It worked, but the screen resolution of the guest system was too low, so that I could only see a part of the MOD screen. Additionally, there was a huge latency in the audio.
While I keep patiently waiting for my Dwarf I would love to have the mod-live-usb as a replacement. However, I’m not sure, whether it’s worth any further effort. That’s why I finally decided to join the forum.
Can somebody answer these questions for a start?
- How close to the Dwarf can the mod-live-usb be? Can it provide the full access at the plugin store?
- Does it make sense to put it into a virtual machine or is this nonsense due to the latency issues? (I thought a VM might allow to use my WiFi connection.)