[ardour-users] re-Is Ardour Invented Yet?

Mike Jewell msjmsj49 at hotmail.com
Sun Mar 27 08:05:54 PST 2005

Wow!  Thanks everyone for all the great pointers/suggestions and general 
encouragement to keep at it with Ardour.  I'll go try all this stuff and do 
some more homework of my own.

Great mailing list.  I look forward to when I can contribute as well.


>From: Geoff Beasley <songshop at bizmedia.com.au>
>To: ardour-users-ardour.org at lists.ardour.org
>CC: "Mike Jewell" <msjmsj49 at hotmail.com>
>Subject: re-Is Ardour Invented Yet?
>Date: Sat, 26 Mar 2005 13:15:49 +1100
>Mike, Ardour is generally pretty stable, but still issues remain. Here are
>some pointers :
>1.- "p" key moves playhead "e" moves edit cursor
>2.- no undo history yet...unlimited undo though
>3.- not that I've found yet, would be good tho; anyone else know ?
>4.- use the "-" and "+' to zoom in/out.
>5.- go to windows>options editor>solo
>6.- enable "follow PH" using toggle or use "f" key, or set it in options
>7.- yep, still happens sometimes. Ardour ? Alsa ? Jack ? Kernel ? HW ? 
>up for me all day most days tho.
>8.- Export works fine for me.
>9.- ?
>10.- If you are anything like me, you'll want to select Playhead as your 
>focus; look for it on the tool bar. That way, when you zoom in, you are 
>so where you are currently placed on the time line.
>I've had experience now with Planet CCRMA/RH9 & FC3 and Audioslack on
>Slackware 10. I've found Red Hat to be not so good as far as  performance  
>a full-on studio situation, though it is very reliable. I get no x-runs at
>all (except when quitting programs) at very low latency on Slackware 10.
>Maybe some FC1 issues here ? Don't know really, it's just that performance 
>d therefore reliability is as much an issue with your distro and setup as
>ardour itself.
>Ardour's not perfect, but what is in this game . I just love it.

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