[Ardour-Users] Crappy wav files
eviltwin69 at cableone.net
Fri Sep 12 15:20:22 PDT 2008
You essentially set up your own feedback loop. Master->JAMin->master.
If you just want to listen to the track run master->JAMin->PCM outs.
Make sure you turn off the master->PCM outs or you'll get both the
Ardour master and the JAMin output at the same time. To record just run
master->JAMin->new stereo track in Ardour, arm the stereotrack for
recording, then record it. When you are finished, export the audio to a
soundfile but turn off the master track out and select "specific
tracks" (the stereo track you recorded).
On Sat, 2008-09-13 at 06:29 +1000, Greg Vaughan wrote:
> OK so I'm replying to myself...
> I sorted out the routing so all solved... I routed the tracks to the
> Master the master out to Jamin, Jamin back into a fresh Stereo track
> and that track out to the system bus... export and bingo... I have
> absolutely no idea why this works and the other routings didn't but
> then I am brand new to this so getting it to work at all is good for
> now... if anyone would care to enlighten me as to why this worked it
> would be appreciated though...
> Greg Vaughan
> On Sat, Sep 13, 2008 at 6:02 AM, Greg Vaughan
> <gmail at fasteasyloans.info> wrote:
> The quality of wav files I am getting when exporting from
> Ardour with Jamin is garbage... I must be doing something
> wrong along the line somewhere... can anyone steer me towards
> a tutorial or some info as to how to go about this... it
> sounds absolutely fantastic through Ardour then is completely
> cilpped and noise ridden as a .wav. Also if I export without
> Jamin it is fine... (unmastered of course and sounds like a
> nice little unpolished track... but there are no audio
> I have tried Jamin as an insert pre the Master Fader and also
> by routing the output of the tracks to Jamin and then back to
> the Master channel in Ardour. Both are crap.
> Greg Vaughan
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