[ardour-users] Problem with TAP plugins and Ardour, also what stereo EQ plugin?
peter at wingsofdeath.nu
Tue Apr 17 23:14:24 PDT 2007
Someone tipped me once about the tribleband parametric with shelving and
its just perfect. I have had allot of issues with the tap-plugins, also
with the tap-limiter. Its effect is great, but I keep getting latency
issues which I still don't get fixed. Solution for me is using it only
at the end of my mix
Dan Tepper wrote:
> This was a CONSTANT problem for me - the TAP EQ's would load "dead" -
> not working. Cutting and pasting into each channel solved the problem -
> but was prohibitive on big projects. I am now using the 3-band
> parametric with shelving which loads properly every time.
> BJS wrote:
>> This happens to me using Ardor 99.3 whenever I insert the Stereo Reverb
>> plugin into a track and activate it. I've found that if I highlight it,
>> cut it (delete it) and re-insert it into the same track it works again.
>> I also have to go through this process for each of the tracks that have
>> Stereo Reverb on them when I first open a saved session.
>> Brett Clark wrote:
>>>>> Maybe you could whip up a session for the developers which exhibits
>>> this issue?
>>> I can try. I should have some free time tonight to work on this.
>>>>> Can you figure out what in that session causes the plugin to be quiet?
>>> Ive been unsuccessful at that so far, but im planning on looking at it
>>> further tonight.
>>> Although i dont have access to my machine via GUI, i was able to start
>>> an ssh session
>>> and begin building Ardour2 with 'DEBUG=1'. Its been a while since i
>>> used gdb, but
>>> im hoping it will come back to me.
>>> *From:* Sampo Savolainen
>>> *Sent:* Tue 4/17/2007 12:52 PM
>>> *To:* Brett Clark
>>> *Cc:* Andrew Johnston; Hector Centeno;
>>> linux-audio-user at lists.linuxaudio.org; ardour-users at lists.ardour.org
>>> *Subject:* Re: [ardour-users] Problem with TAP plugins and Ardour,
>>> also what stereo EQ plugin?
>>> On Tue, 2007-04-17 at 12:41 -0500, Brett Clark wrote:
>>>> I've been trying to use the TAP plugins in Ardour2 beta 12 and
>>>> sometimes de tracks where they are inserted become silent
>>>> (this is
>>>> using the EQ plugin). The CPU usage stays low so I don't know
>>>> if this
>>>> is related to the denormal problem I've been reading in the
>>>> Has anyone figured out a solution to this? I recorded a session last
>>>> Saturday ( on 99.3 ) and
>>>> started having the same with the TAP EQ plugin on the bass track. I
>>>> decided to convert the
>>>> session to Ardour2rc1 and had the same problem. I noticed that i
>>>> could get around the problem
>>>> by routing the bass track to a bus and putting the TAP EQ on the bus.
>>>> This seemed to work
>>>> for the first couple minutes of the song, but then it would go quiet
>>>> at a specific spot (this is
>>>> reproducable because it happens at the exact same spot). I watched
>>>> the CPU usage which stayed around 68% idle, so there didnt appear to
>>>> be any denormalizing.
>>>> I also use the TAP Dynamics for noise gating on other tracks and that
>>>> works fine.
>>> I've tried duplicating this issue but haven't been able to do that.
>>> Can you figure out what in that session causes the plugin to be quiet?
>>> Maybe you could whip up a session for the developers which exhibits this
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