[ardour-dev] [ardour-users] bug or stupidity ?

Dan Tepper dan at wintaper.com
Mon Jul 9 06:26:19 PDT 2007

Also, to confirm behavior, it appears that when recording this way,
Ardour actually records a continuous wav file (including the places
where one is not punched in) and creates regions corresponding to each take.

It would make more sense (IMHO) to record each track as a separate wav
file, so that when I select a take, I can physically delete the others.

I'm not so much worried about disk space as I am about just having too
many files and regions in a given project for sanity's sake.


Jesse Chappell wrote:
> On 7/9/07, Dan Tepper <dan at wintaper.com> wrote:
>> Hmmm, I just tried for the first time to loop through a section in
>> record (punch) mode. During record everything worked fine - the track
>> looped and recorded properly. However, when I removed the regions and
>> dropped them back in one at a time using "original position", only the
>> first take went to the proper location. On subsequent passes though the
>> loop, the "original position" of each take is at the end of the previous
>> one, not where it actually belongs in the timeline.
> That be a bug.  Will fix for next release.
> jlc
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