[ardour-users] ineffective crossfade
Brett at ciscoinc.com
Tue Jul 18 20:51:33 PDT 2006
Actually, lets hold off on debugging this issue because i think that
there is a problem with my setup. I went to add some plugins to the
track that i did the "punch in" on, and i noticed that when i loop
through a range then it pops and bleeps at the end of the range before
it loops back to the beginning. It didnt do this before, so i went back
to some old sessions and it does the same thing on them. I know that
it never used to do it on those old sessions, so im assuming that i
messed something up in my setup recently. Im going to try and recompile
and reinstall and see if the problem clears up.
From: ardour-users-bounces at lists.ardour.org on behalf of Brett Clark
Sent: Tue 7/18/2006 10:33 PM
To: Sampo Savolainen
Subject: Re: [ardour-users] ineffective crossfade
Sorry about not doing the "reply all" on my previous message. I knew about
that, but for some reason i just didnt do it.
I checked my crossfade and its set to "Short fade at start of overlap" with
a length of 15ms. I played with it a little more tonight and noticed that
the pop sound only happens when i have the "punch in" button selected. It
doesnt record the pop, but it plays it at the point of the punch in. After
i do the punch in, if i deselect the "punch in" button then every thing
plays fine. If i have the "punch in/punch out" buttons selected then it pops at the
punch in and punch out marker whether im doing any recording or just playback.
Its probably not a major deal except that i record with headphones and
the pop noise is pretty loud so it usually scares the bejeezers out of me
when it happens.
From: Sampo Savolainen [mailto:v2 at iki.fi]
Sent: Tue 7/18/2006 2:54 PM
To: Brett Clark
Subject: RE: [ardour-users] ineffective crossfade
On Tue, 2006-07-18 at 13:43 -0500, Brett Clark wrote:
> Hm, im not sure. I haven't changed it so its probably the default (15
> ms according to the documentation), but Ill check on it tonight after
> work. Are you thinking that I may have it set wrong? If so, then I can
> look at playing with different values for it.
You should try that. Remember that changing that option will not change
existing , only newly created crossfades will be affected. I tried
duplicating this issue but couldn't, so it could be related to the
signal in your session or options.
PS. When answering posts on a mailing list, you should always use "reply
all" so that the replies get sent to the whole list. I hope you don't
mind, but I sent this reply also to ardour-users.
Sampo Savolainen <v2 at iki.fi>
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