[Ardour-Dev] [Ardour-Users] Ardour 4.0 rc3
paul at linuxaudiosystems.com
Sat Apr 11 07:38:07 PDT 2015
Joerg's email leads me to mention another VERY important point:
If you have been using any versions of Ardour between Ardour 3.5.403 and
the 4.0rc series (e.g. self-builds, nightly builds etc), then you must:
* goto Preferences > Theme and press "Reset to defaults"
If you do not do this, you are not seeing the color theme as intended
(which should be dark, and generally fairly similar to Ardour 3)
On Fri, Apr 10, 2015 at 4:43 PM, JoergSorge <joergsorge at kom-in.de> wrote:
> thank you for your work!
> In my first simple tests, it works without errors.
> A few questions:
> It was not possible to implement automatic crossfades by overlapping two
> regions? Or haven't I found the setting?
> When I have some regions on a track.
> Is it possible to have each right region one layer under the left
> region? By standard, each right region is over the left region layered.
> Is it possible to change the color of button-texts or icons. In standard
> they are bright white.
> > A release candidate for the upcoming version 4.0 is now available on the
> > nightly site at
> > http://nightly.ardour.org/
> > This message isn't going to describe all the changes in 4.0 - that will
> > wait for the official release - but we would like to ask more people to
> > check out this build and verify that we didn't miss anything really
> > A few quick points:
> > * Yes, you can parallel install this as usual, along side any other
> > version of Ardour, whether
> > it came from ardour.org <http://ardour.org> or anywhere else.
> > * There are builds for Linux, OS X and Windows
> > * Only subscribers get access to the full, unrestricted binaries.
> > * The free binaries have a different limitation than we've used in
> > the past. They now
> > will save + restore plugin state normally, but they will go
> > silent after 10 minutes.
> > You can ask for 5 minutes more, and so on. We made this
> > change to avoid
> > people accidentally destroying valuable plugin settings while
> > testing the latest
> > build to check for bug fixes.
> > * Version 4 will not use the same configuration/preferences folder
> > as Version 3. It will offer
> > to copy all relevant files from an Ardour 3.x
> > configuration/preferences folder when it
> > starts up. If you decide to copy them, you'll have to restart
> > Ardour immediately after
> > that.
> > * As usual, there is no support for the Windows builds
> > If you test 4.0-rc3 with existing sessions, PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE make a
> > backup copy of the session first. We don't know of any remaining
> > problems when loading existing sessions, but we don't want our wonderful
> > testers to lose any important work. Your testing will help ensure that
> > our conclusion that 4.0 is ready is really correct.
> > It would be really great if more people could give 4.0-rc3 a spin and
> > verify that it installs and runs for them. We hope to release Ardour 4.0
> > in a couple of days if there are no major issues reported.
> > thanks,
> > --p
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