[ardour-users] help understanding routing?
moron at industrial.org
Mon Oct 24 21:34:16 PDT 2005
Howdy. I'm not a total newbie when it comes to using mixers, at least I've
owned a few over the years and have been using hardware any way for a long
time now. That said, Ardour is making me feel dumb (well, dumber than
I seem to be ending up with trouble when I attempt to play back while
recording - basically I have a routing problem where the master channel is
ending up mixed in with the recording inputs when it seems like it should be
I'm using an M-Audio Audiophile 24/96 so I have 2 analog ins and 2 analog outs
plus the digital mixer on the card.
First, I add some new tracks. I then select a track, click the input box and
choose "in 1+2" and record a track.
Next, I deselect the input on the track, choose the output box and then assign
it to the master out. I then choose the second track and select the input to
be in "in 1+2 and " and record a new take.
When I do the above I end up with some of track one bleeding through into
track 2 (same with all tracks after that).
So obviously something is connecting the master out back to audio ins but I am
not clear how to sort that issue out with Ardour (envy24control / Alsa adding
a wack of nonexistant pseudo outs for the card doesn't help either).
Any suggestions here appreciated.
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