Performer Free
by Crumar
4.3 / 5     (4 votes)
Performer Free is a physical modeling simulation of the original Crumar Performer vintage instrument.

Performer Free is a freeware edition of the Crumar Performer plugin released only for Linux users. It is a stripped-down version with every extra feature removed, leaving just the Performer as it is in real life.

It's available in VST2, VST3 and StandAlone format as a precompiled binary for amd64 (Intel architecture) and armhf (Raspberry Pi4 and compatible boards).

The UI dowsizes automatically if the screen resolution is lower than the normal plugin's UI size, in order to fit smaller displays that can be used with the Raspberry Pi.
Baron Brown Mar 20 2023
Mar 20 2023
Any hope to launch it also for Windows 10? Please!!!
jph Aug 02 2021
(2 / 5)
Aug 02 2021
No sound in Reaper Linux (Fedora 33), some UI bugs.
nik Apr 21 2021
Apr 21 2021
pls, can someone help me with this issue. i have linux ubuntu mate 18.04 and i want to run this crumar via 'carla' and i getting this message: Failed to load file /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/ version `GLIBC_2.29' not found (required by /home/nik/Desktop/vst/CrumarPerformerFree/amd64/VST3/CrumarPerformer.vst3/Contents/x86_64-linux/
Codesound Mar 06 2021
(5 / 5)
Mar 06 2021
I LOVE IT!! THANKS!!!! Beautiful LINUX Instrument.... Thanks
nik Apr 21 2021
Apr 21 2021
Hi, what distro do you have? I have some issue with ubuntu 18.04
Codesound Jun 07 2021
Jun 07 2021
Hi, I use Linux Mint Cinnamom.20.1 x64 with Reaper. Bye
audioonlinux Mar 05 2021
(5 / 5)
Mar 05 2021
Very good, worked very well on Linux, thanks XD
GwenMollo Mar 05 2021
Mar 05 2021
Too bad it's only for linux ... :(
gridsleep Mar 26 2021
Mar 26 2021
Time to learn how to install a virtual host and run Linux inside your computer. It might come in handy.
Paterolandson Oct 19 2021
Oct 19 2021
Well, this is a very nice but basic version of the Crumar Performer, but it sounds really great. And there is always the 99 euro-version for Windows and Mac, containing a lot of extra features and parameters. But my first impressions of the Linux version is that it sounds very nice even without the extra features.