[ardour-dev] Re: [ardour-users] Recording volume problem

R Parker rtp405 at yahoo.com
Wed Mar 24 13:21:41 PST 2004


On the mixerstrip, with "pre" selected do you guys see
incoming signals where there is no route and
subsequently should not be any signal?

I just filed a mantis report on this.


--- Geoffrey Wossum <geoffrey at pager.net> wrote:
> On Tuesday 23 March 2004 09:05 am, Ross Vandegrift
> wrote:
> > On Tue, Mar 23, 2004 at 08:41:17AM -0600, Geoffrey
> Wossum wrote:
> > > There also seemed to be a very slight delay
> between the two streams I was
> > > hearing, which is why I think it was two streams
> being played rather than
> > > it
> >
> > I'll have to listen tonight for a second delayed
> stream - I definitely
> > didn't hear this last night.
> I didn't hear it last night either, using the exact
> same Ardour.  In fact, I 
> didn't notice any weird volume things on the audio
> tracks I was monitoring.  
> However, I did notice something weird on the track I
> was recording the tape 
> sync from sequencer on.  There was always signal
> showing up on this track.  
> But when I hit record enable, the level jumped up,
> by about 3 db it looked 
> like.  This could be due to the way I had it routed,
> though.  It is a mono 
> track with two outs.  Only one of the outs is hooked
> up, and it is not hooked 
> up to the master bus.  Instead is hooked up directly
> to a separate ALSA 
> output port on my interface, as I obviously don't
> want to monitor a tape 
> sync.
> ---
> Geoffrey
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