[ardour-users] Snapshot / Disk cleanup Question

Brett Clark Brett at ciscoinc.com
Wed Dec 13 13:24:41 PST 2006

I do actually have a starting template that i use, but as the night progresses on i tend to find that my configuration "evolves" as some of the inputs/outputs get repurposed.  I suppose that i could create a new template at the end of each song, but it would probably only be used as the setup for the very next song.


From: Taybin Rutkin [mailto:taybin at earthlink.net]
Sent: Wed 12/13/2006 3:12 PM
To: Brett Clark; ardour-users at lists.ardour.org
Subject: Re: [ardour-users] Snapshot / Disk cleanup Question

You should look at templates, which let you quickly create new sessions using the same routing.


-----Original Message-----
>From: Brett Clark <Brett at ciscoinc.com>
>Sent: Dec 13, 2006 4:04 PM
>To: ardour-users at lists.ardour.org
>Subject: [ardour-users] Snapshot / Disk cleanup Question
>Its been about a year since i started using Ardour (0.99.3), and im still finding newer and better ways of doing things.  I used to create a new session for each song that i recorded during a night.  I was in too much of a hurry during my last recording session, so i just created one session and used snapshots for each of the songs.  I would take a snapshot at the end of the song, and then create a new playlist for each track.  This worked well because it preserved all the routing of the inputs/outputs and busses.  Now, onto my question: will it take into account all the wav files when doing a disk cleanup, or will it only look at the files used for the last snapshot?  Im afraid of loading the last snapshot and doing a disk cleanup only to find that it suggests that i remove a file that belongs to an earlier (or later) snapshot. Has anyone done this?  Should i stop using snapshots that way?
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