[ardour-users] Looping Punch-in/out tracks

Jan Depner eviltwin69 at cableone.net
Tue Jun 19 19:23:58 PDT 2007

I had that problem with build 1810 so I'm not sure what the problem is.
Maybe I need to make a new session.


On Tue, 2007-06-19 at 21:10 -0500, Brett Clark wrote:
> Okay folks,
>   i probably should have tried this before posting anything, but i went
> and downloaded Ardour 2.0.2 build 1810 tonight.  And as it was building
> i thought about how cool it would have been if it was build 1812.  You know,
> the 1812 overture thing.  Anyway, when i tried this with build 1810 it worked
> fine.  So, no problem here anymore.
> Thanks
> --Brett
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> Subject: [ardour-users] Looping Punch-in/out tracks
> After reading some of the discussion from this weekend and yesterday, i decided 
> to try the looping punch-in/punch-out method.  This is a method that i unsuccessfully 
> tried back on 0.99.3, but have been looking forward to being able to do.  Im running 
> FC5 and Ardour 2.0rc2 ( i dont remember the build number, so i hope the rc2 part tells 
> all that is needed ).  
> Heres my setup:  I started with a basic session ( 1 mono guitar rhythm, 1 stereo 
> drum track, no plugins, no automation ) and added a single mono track for a guitar 
> solo that i will punch in at a specific point.  I created the punch in/out area,  then i 
> encapsulated that within a loop that spanned 2 bars before the punch-in and 1 bar 
> after the punch-out.  I selected the 'punch-in' and 'punch-out' buttons, the master 
> record, and the track record for the track i needed punched, and finally started the 
> process rolling with the 'loop' transport button.
> Heres my issue:  It worked great the first time through, but on the 2nd loop (and 
> all additional loops) i lost all output from the rhythm and drum tracks until i hit 
> the punch-in point again.  Ardour wasnt even showing metering for these tracks.
> Has anyone else run across this?  
> Thanks
> --Brett
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Jan 'Evil Twin' Depner

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