[Ardour-Users] the mysterious case of the missing waveforms . . . . . . . .
zipzappoozoo at gmail.com
Tue Sep 23 06:10:10 PDT 2008
On Tue, Sep 23, 2008 at 5:37 AM, Raphaël Doursenaud <rdoursenaud at free.fr>wrote:
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> The waveforms are stored in the "peaks" directory in the ardour session
> directory. You can have these regenerated by wiping out this directory's
> content and reopening the session. That should fix your problem.
> Christopher Bailey a écrit :
> > OK, I seem to have overcome my routing problems for the moment. I've
> > got sound! Woohoo.
> > I'm now trying to nail down the problem of the missing waveforms. The
> > sounds all play fine, but the waveforms don't show in the region blocks.
> > I've tried monkeying around with the XML files. I made a brand new mix,
> > and everything's fine. Then I went back into my old mix and (in a text
> > editor) compared the 2. I found a few differences, so I tried making
> > modifications to the old one to make it look like the new one. Still
> > missing waveforms prevail.
> > I'm wondering . . . . where is the waveform data stored? It's just
> > generated when the session is opened right? Is there any settings
> > hidden in the XML that control or determine whether it can be
> > displayed? I think I've seen all the obvious ones, and they seem to be
> > set correctly.
> > Anyway, I posted a sample file here:
> > http://works.music.columbia.edu/~chris/harvest/04_tryit.ardour<http://works.music.columbia.edu/%7Echris/harvest/04_tryit.ardour>
> > <http://works.music.columbia.edu/%7Echris/harvest/04_tryit.ardour>
> > in case glancing at it helps.
> > Thanks,
> > CB
> > On Sat, Sep 20, 2008 at 10:42 AM, Christopher Bailey
> > <zipzappoozoo at gmail.com <mailto:zipzappoozoo at gmail.com>> wrote:
> > One other thing I should mention -- these ardour mixes were
> > originally created outside of ardour by an application I wrote (in
> > other words, I create XML files myself). However, I had gone in and
> > worked with them, modified them and saved them in my old version of
> > ardour on my old laptop (and they always worked fine in my old
> > version of ardour).
> > But I wonder if there's some random difference in format with the
> > new version?
> > > the native version is perfectly able to display
> > > where did
> > > these regions come from? did you record them? from
> > > device?
> > >
> > > I loaded in an Ardour session that I Was using with my old
> > > (the session is on an outboard hard drive that wasn't involved
> > when
> > > that old machine crashed).
> > > What's strange is that when I play the mix, I can see the
> > > leaping about---it's seeing sound in there, but not showing
> > it, and I
> > > hear no sound (but hopefully y'all's advice will help with
> > that seems pretty odd, for sure.
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