[ardour-users] help understanding routing?
paul at linuxaudiosystems.com
Tue Oct 25 05:47:16 PDT 2005
On Mon, 2005-10-24 at 21:34 -0700, moron wrote:
> 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).
there are no pseudo-outs AFAIK.
you need to understand that Ardour does *not* alter the settings of the
h/w mixer in your audio interface. if you do not get the h/w mixer setup
correctly, ardour won't change it for better or worse.
in your case, it sounds as if you do not have input routing set up
correctly, so that capture is collecting data sent to the outputs by
ardour. i don't use ice1712-based h/w myself, but i know there are other
people here with lots of envy24control experience.
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