[ardour-users] Fwd: [LAU] Ardour: fixing errors in a recorded track (was: DAW usability)
eviltwin69 at cableone.net
Sun Jun 17 12:04:46 PDT 2007
Paul Winkler sent some instructions:
- in the "loop/punch ranges" timeline, select the range you want to
punch. When you finish dragging, you get prompted to either "Set
loop range" or "Set punch range". Choose the latter. (The current
snap-to setting affects the selection, of course.)
- Again in the "loop/punch ranges" timeline, select the range you want
to hear played back, and choose "Set loop range".
- Enable the "Punch In" and "Punch Out" buttons (near top right).
- Click the Record button, then when you're ready to start, click the
On Sun, 2007-06-17 at 11:54 -0700, Mark Knecht wrote:
> On 6/17/07, Jan Depner <eviltwin69 at cableone.net> wrote:
> > Oh, BTW, I'm running Ardour 2.0.2 revision 1810.
> > --
> > Jan 'Evil Twin' Depner
> > http://myweb.cableone.net/eviltwin69
> <hehe> I gave a quick 1st try at doing this just using some audio
> coming in from from MythTV. User error seems to have stopped Ardour
> from actually looping so I got a region that didn't obey the punch
> range. (Thanks to Paul for the great instructions on getting it set
> up. None the less I right clicked the audio region and chose (I
> think...) Edit->Remove. Ardour completely crashed and disappeared from
> my screen.
> I did select the 'loop' icon in the transport. Do I have to do more to
> get Ardour to actually loop?
> I'll update my machine and see if newer versions work better for me.
Jan 'Evil Twin' Depner
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