[Ardour-Users] Hydrogen/Ardour sync problem
arnold at arnoldarts.de
Mon Jan 28 04:56:41 PST 2008
Am Montag, 28. Januar 2008 schrieb Johannes Mario Ringheim:
> Arnold Krille wrote:
> > Yes, as long as the time-shift is constant. That is probably because
> > ardour still thinks you are using external soundsources and compensates
> > for the latency for using hardware or software monitoring. Try to play
> > around with these options. But probably its not as relevant as you might
> > think now. Its only important that the time-shift is constant (which
> > means that you can easily shift the finished tracks in ardour). And you
> > have to record the final track of hydrogen in ardour before exporting
> > because afaik hydrogen doesn't support the freewheeling-mode of jack that
> > ardour uses for export (which would give you a final file without drums).
> > If the time-shift is not constant, then you or the ardour-devs have a
> > problem. :-)
> I've also encountered this problem.
> The time-shift depends on the frames/period and periods/buffer settings
> in jack. It's been a while since I investigated this, but as far as I
> remember that's what I found.
Which means its constant (in your session of jack) and simply because of
latency compensation happening / not happening. Nothing to really worry
about, ardour just can't tell wether the sound its playing/monitoring is from
inside or outside the computer...
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