[ardour-users] ardour/muse out of sync

Jason Russler jason.russler at gmail.com
Wed Feb 7 07:42:47 PST 2007

Hmm I don't _think_ that drift would occur due to latency
compensation, it would just consistently be off by n samples the
entire time.  How are you syncing the transports?  I assume you've
selected JACK as your transport sync in both apps.

On 2/7/07, Atte André Jensen <atte.jensen at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi
> On one of my projects I toyed around with some pitch shift effects on
> the one of the tracks. Suddenly ardour and muse (that obviously runs all
> the sequence stuff) were out of sync, with ardour drifting further and
> further behind. The tune is running at 99 bpm but after trial and error
> I found that setting muse to 98.02 would make the sync acceptable. My
> questions are:
> 1) how do I fix the problem with both programs running at 99 bpm?
> 2) what can in general cause such problems?
> 3) I suspect it's something to do with ardours automatic compensation
> for latency that went wrong. Could someone elaborate a bit (or send me
> to some online info on the subject) on how ardour handles latency in
> plugins.
> Thanks in advance for any replies!
> --
> peace, love & harmony
> Atte
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