[ardour-users] ineffective crossfade

Brett Clark Brett at ciscoinc.com
Wed Jul 19 06:42:55 PDT 2006

I think you figured it out.  I currently changed the sync to 'Jack' so I
use Rosegarden as a sequencer to control my drum machine.  I never
the issue before because it was always 'internal'.  Thanks for the help



> -----Original Message-----
> From: Sampo Savolainen [mailto:v2 at iki.fi]
> Sent: Wednesday, July 19, 2006 2:11 AM
> To: Brett Clark
> Cc: ardour-users
> Subject: RE: [ardour-users] ineffective crossfade
> On Tue, 2006-07-18 at 22:51 -0500, Brett Clark wrote:
> > 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
> > it loops back to the beginning.  It didnt do this before, so i went
> > to some old sessions and it does the same thing on them.  I know
> > 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
> > and reinstall and see if the problem clears up.
> The pop you hear at the end of looping is probably caused by ardour
> settings as well. When you are using the jack transport, ardour cannot
> guarantee a pop-free transition from the end of the loop to the start
> the loop. Actually, we can almost guarantee that you _will_ hear a pop
> when looping with jack transport.
> Set the positional sync in options->Sync to "internal" and you should
> fine.
>  Sampo
> --
> Sampo Savolainen <v2 at iki.fi>

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