[Ardour-Users] heavy slicing issues & history
hcengar at gmail.com
Wed Jul 25 11:47:20 PDT 2007
As I reported in a previous posting I've had very bad problems with the undo
in Ardour 2.03. Particularly seems to happen when you do a combination of
different things like splitting, fading, creating envelopes, etc. and then
trying to undo one of those steps, the whole session jumps to a state
who-knows-where in the past and destroying your editing. It happened to me
On 7/24/07, Jesse Chappell <jesse at essej.net> wrote:
> On 7/24/07, james jwm-art net <james at jwm-art.net> wrote:
> > Have just compiled ardour2.0.3 on a dying CPU, with numerous complaints
> > of internal compiler errors but got there in the end.
> First flag right there, internal compiler errors are almost always due
> to bad/failing RAM. First thing you should do is do a memtest run
> (run from the boot loader). Bad RAM will mess you up good.
> > I have imported a 2:20 44.1 16bit stereo wav into a new session. The
> > imported wav is on 1 stereo audio channel, and numerous slices (longest
> > perhaps 1sec) have been made into it. The sliced regions have been
> > copied and re-arranged with crossfades on a seperate audio channel. So
> > far, the re-arranged version spreads across 6 bars (88 bpm 4/4). The
> > .ardour file for it is 685k and 13500 lines. It's history file is 80mb.
> Ardour seems to have some issues with its undo history lately... just
> a gestalt feeling I have. I think you might be seeing a combination
> of hardware and software issues, unfortunately.
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