[ardour-users] Recording music
rtp405 at yahoo.com
Sun Mar 14 09:07:25 PST 2004
Beginning with the simplest concept; everything in
audio is connecting outputs to inputs. A guitar has an
output that might go to the input of a pre-amp. With
Jack Audio Connection Kit there are two types of
ports, hardware and software, that can be connected to
establish routes between the ports. You can connect
software outputs to software inputs or software
outputs to hardware inputs.
When you connect two or more ports, you have
established a route. I say that just to keep the
terminology clear which isn't always easy.
Ardour has a Route Parameter or Route something
interface under the Options menu. Paul's use of the
term "input configurator" might be misleading. If you
think it is, send a letter to ardour-dev.
Your solution is in the Options, Route whatever it's
--- Markus Pfeifer <mek at mequito.org> wrote:
> I almost don't dare to ask this question, but I am
> now struggling such a
> long time with getting music to record with ardour,
> that now I just need
> to ask it.
> I read in the manual on page 45 the following under
> the second point:
> "Check the input configurator for the new track.
> Click on its control
> area." etc...
> But, where is the input configurator?
> I think I looked at everything and right-clicked on
> every possible field,
> but there's nothing what even looks like an 'input
> I do not understand what I have to do here. Just
> pressing on record
> doesn't seem to work. Can someone point me to the
> right direction?
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