[ardour-users] Fwd: [LAU] Ardour: fixing errors in a recorded track (was: DAW usability)
markknecht at gmail.com
Sun Jun 17 14:31:16 PDT 2007
On 6/17/07, Paul Winkler <pw_lists at slinkp.com> wrote:
> On Sun, Jun 17, 2007 at 01:21:21PM -0500, Jan Depner wrote:
> > > I don't know how it compares to other DAWs for ease of use, but since
> > > I've never tried punch-in in Ardour before, and the first technique I
> > > thought to try worked on the first attempt, without referring to any
> > > docs (other than button tooltips), I'd say it's pretty intuitive :)
> > >
> > That's the same thinng I did but I was unable to raise each take to
> > the top layer to listen to them. Did you try that?
> Yes, I can do that on Ardour ardour 2.0.2 (built from revision 1810).
> It's just Ardour's standard layer features. If you right-click in the
> track within the punch area, the top part of the menu is a list of all
> the regions under the mouse. If you select any of them, you get a
> submenu which among other things provides these actions: "Raise to Top
> Layer", "Lower to Bottom Layer", or (if you just want to hear the take
> alone without moving layers) "Audition".
Region handling may have changed fairly recently then. I just built
something called ardour 2.1 Pre (built from 1801). I do not get a list
of regions under my mouse. If I display the region list on the right
then I can click on the individual region names and see the color of
the region in the punch range change color. However I don't see a list
when I right click with my mouse.
I can move whatever region is on the top to the bottom and rotate
through very slowly.
I'll have to investigate how to get what you are running via Gentoo's
Note that I still see a full blown crash of Ardour when I choose the
Remove option at the bottom of the mouse's right click menu. Ardour go
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