[ardour-dev] Ctrl-right-click on waveform crashes Ardour
Christopher K. George
ckg at YaleSDA.org
Tue Feb 22 17:01:38 PST 2005
On Tue, 22 Feb 2005 13:43:37 -0500, Paul Davis wrote
> >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
> what error? if it occurs when clicked, it has nothing to do with the
> control surface.
I'm pasting an e-mail I previously posted to the forum. Yes, the error occurs
when I click. The control surface is fine.
Everything below was previously posted:
I previously posted the message I am REing and received no responses--don't
know if people missed it or if there was simply nothing to say. I've noticed
one more thing with the nightly CVS tarball downloaded on 01/15/05. When I
<CTRL>Middle Click on a fader, then use the X to close the fader and
<CTRL>Middle Click on the fader again, ardour promptly dies. This appears to
The problems in the previous post still persist. Just in case there is
concern that my issues are related to the MCS-3800 I use, I can program the
MCS-3800 to send any midi command for any control. Let me know if there is
something I should try.
Thanks to all!
On Fri, 31 Dec 2004 00:28:28 -0500, Christopher K. George wrote
> I'm using a MCS-3800 control surface from JLCooper with ardour
> 0.9beta22 and have been able to get some MMC stuff working, but some
> not. I have been able to bind faders and without trouble. Both
> send and feedback work. The shuttle works, play, stop, ff, rw, etc.
> work, but here are some hitches I've run across.
> 1. <CTRL><Right Click> does not start the binding process for mute,
> solo, rec enable, or pan.
> 2. <CTRL><Middle Click> on mute, solo, rec enable, or pan brings up
> a dialog that says [INFO]: No MIDI port specified - external control
> 3. Using shuttle, jog, rw, ff, stop, play, etc. causes control
> bindings to fail. I can no longer bind faders or utilize old
> bindings. This always happens as far as I can tell..
> 4. The Shuttle causes ardour to play forward or backward
> appropriatley up to a certain speed (perhaps about half the play
> speed) then, when the shuttle is turned beyond a certain point,
> ardour ff or rewinds extremely fast.
> 5. The MCS-3800 has the ability to send a signal when a fader is
> touched. This should enable the touch mode in ardour, but I don't
> know how to do this. Also, if I have the touch command enabled (I've
> turned it off for the time being) then when I try to bind a fader,
> the fader in ardour is bound to the touch command rather than the
> command to adjust the fader position.
> I'm excited about how MMC is coming along.
> Christopher George
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