[ardour-users] noise problem with Ardour 0.99 and TAP reverb
dlphillips at woh.rr.com
Mon Oct 31 04:42:21 PST 2005
Whatever was the source of my problem, it has not reappeared. I tried
using other reverbs in the same session but the problem did not reoccur.
Linux audio voodoo...
Something to do with buffers maybe ?
Petter Sundlo"f <petter.sundlof at findus.dhs.org>" wrote:
>Your two problems could be the same, or different.
>1) There's a bug with the TAP plugins when compiled with gcc4: They can
>either create extremely uncomfortable white noise-like sounds when
>settings are at non-zero. Compiling with gcc3 alleviates this problem.
>2) At least experienced by two of us in #Ardour, and submitted as bug
>This happens on various plugins. And it's up in the air if it's Ardour's
>fault or the plugins. Some curves have been shown to be read very
>strangely. Some not. It's a bit uncertain.
>Any information is helpful (register for a mantis bug tracker account:
>All the best
>Oleg Ivanenko wrote:
>>>While working on a session for a student I discovered a nasty problem:
>>>I have the TAP reverb in the master output strip, and I get a horrible
>>>noise after I move a track or relocate the playback cursor.
>>I have another(?) problem with same ingredients (ardour-0.99, jack-audio-connection-kit-0.100, tap-plugins-0.7.0).
>>TAP Reverberator (thank you Tom for it!) is used in Ardour. Created automation curve of Decay parameter of this plugin. Every node of this curve produce noticeable ugly echoed click. What I should do with it??? Any recipes?
>>My sweet recorder track was broken... :'(
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