[ardour-dev] Ctrl-right-click on waveform crashes Ardour

Christopher K. George ckg at YaleSDA.org
Tue Feb 22 10:28:27 PST 2005

I've been using a JLCooper MCS 3800 via MIDI.  The only things I've been able
to attach to a fader on the unit are the track faders and controls for
plugins.  These work fine, but panners always give an error whing I
<CTRL><Middle-Click> on them.  Solo, mute, rec enable, etc have given a
similar error.  My stop, play, rewind, etc. do not require being bound.  They
work fine except that if I use them the fader bindings all stop working and
refuse to start working again until I restart ardour.  I mentioned these
before without much attention.  Maybe it's the JLCooper.


On Mon, 21 Feb 2005 21:30:13 -0500, Joe Hartley wrote
> On Mon, 21 Feb 2005 18:11:40 -0800
> Mark Knecht <markknecht at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Downright sexy when you make that bad girl do what you want, isn't it? ;-)
> > 
> > Have fun big boy!
> OK, I'm already at another question point!!
> I've mapped faders, but can't seem to map anything else in Ardour to
> any of the buttons.
> They way I'd like to use this is to have the 2 buttons above the fader
> (and the push function of the top knob) to be able to be mapped to 
> the rec-enable, solo and mute buttons, and the 4 buttons in the 
> lower right to get mapped to transport functions (play, rec, stop 
> and maybe play selection).
> Does anybody have a list of what's mappable?  So far the best I've found
> are the notes for Jesse's CVS commit of Aug 10!
> -- 
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