[ardour-users] Bounce to disk error

Jesse Chappell jesse at essej.net
Tue Nov 15 08:29:45 PST 2005

Forwarding to ardour-users.  Most troubling.

Stephen, please post the error output you get from the Console

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Subject: Re: [ardour-users] Bounce to disk error
Date: Tue, 15 Nov 2005 09:12:14 -0700
From: Stephen Falk <sdfalk at telus.net>
To: Jesse Chappell <jesse at essej.net>

This is a wild guess (as I'm no programmer)
but after doing a bit of maintenance on my OSX install
(pre-binding apps etc)
Ardour no longer works at all..AGAIN.
I've used Onyx (the most recent version)
to reset:

Mac Help
Display of folders content
Links between documents and apps
Spotlight index
Launch Services database...

This has never presented a problem for any other
app I've ever used except (it appears) Ardour.
I'd suggest to anyone using Ardour with OSX/X-11
to really not bother until this is somehow addressed.

Ardour has even changed back to that initial grey interface.
Previous to that looked like the page from the Ardour website.

Stephen Falk

On Nov 15, 2005, at 8:03 AM, Jesse Chappell wrote:

> On 11/14/05, Stephen Falk <sdfalk at telus.net> wrote:
>> here's a quick screen grab of the error in question, (that I was
>> asked about earlier)
>> To be more specific it was "Export range to Audio File."
>> It seems to be referencing built in audio which is a bit confusing as
>> I'm using my Motu 2408mk3.
> As an aside, those messages are expected due to poorly chosen defaults
> on our part.  To fix the Auditioner ports, go into the Options Editor
> window, Audition tab and connect the ports to your motu device.
>> I'm sure it's something I'm missing.
> Yes, it is the terrible gui design of the export dialog which doesn't
> make clear that you need to enter a complete filename manually.  Just
> enter the full name of the file you want to be created (it defaults to
> just a directory).
> jlc

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