[ardour-users] exporting to CD

Wolfgang Woehl tito at rumford.de
Sun Apr 2 10:41:18 PDT 2006

Dragan Noveski <perodog at gmx.net>:
> Wolfgang Woehl wrote:
> >Dragan Noveski <perodog at gmx.net>:
> >>...but i am not sure if i got it really done, i was
> >> moving the start/end points of the tracks in ardour
> >> manually for the half of day yesterday, but always i get
> >> a little different spaces between the tracks, so b.e. i
> >> get 2 sec space between all the tracks, except between
> >> track 2 and 3 i get 2.02 secs. if i chenge this, then
> >> somwhere else i get this, one "level" lower, that is a
> >> 1.74 between the tracks. i mean, is thiis exactly
> >> enough?
> >
> >How exactly did you try to achieve the 2 second gap?
> > Visually, Snap-To?
> if i uderstand your question inthe right way, i tried this
> in the ardour-locations-window, entering the
> marker-positions manually and thhan in the editor moving
> the regions (manually) using the biggest level of zoom

I'm trying to figure out your numbers. They don't make sense 
to me. I'd suspect user error (I'd be sure if I was the user)

Last time I did this I imported the mixes, set Snap-To to 
CD-Frames and worked my way from 1 to the end. The result was 
what I expected it to be, but I didn't check for errors in 
the 0.25 secs range, so I don't even know for sure.

Tell me if you come up with another test that confirms those 
oddities, please.

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