[Ardour-Users] tool for converting serial recording sessions into multiple playlists

Giso Grimm gg3137 at vegri.net
Thu May 6 01:23:40 PDT 2010

Sorry, it is now fixed (forgot to set public read permissions).

Ralf Mardorf wrote:
> Ken Restivo wrote:
>> On Wed, May 05, 2010 at 08:54:26AM +0200, Giso Grimm wrote:
>>> During recording session of acoustic music I usually record all takes
>>> into one long track (and all channels into one track, to make editing
>>> easier). This is the fastest during recording; however, this is not
>>> ideal for  editing.
>>> To ease the editing workflow (specifically switching between different
>>> takes) I wrote a little tool which creates a copy of an ardour project
>>> where each region of a playlist is put into a separate playlist for the
>>> same track, with the region centred in time (to have regions roughly
>>> synced in time.
>>> You can download this tiny tool (113 lines of c++ code) at
>>> http://vegri.net/linuxaudio/, it is GPL and depends mainly on libxml++.
>>> If you have any questions please contact me; it is completely
>>> undocumented...
>> I tried to download it, and got this:
>>     Die angeforderte Seite darf nicht angezeigt werden.
>> Which Babelfish helpfully translates as:
>>     ACCESS DOES NOT PERMIT The requested side may not be indicated.
>> Basically, a 503 error.
>> -ken
> I confirm this.
> spinymouse-sudo at 64studio:~/Desktop$ wget
> http://vegri.net/linuxaudio/region2playlist.cpp
> --00:19:16--  http://vegri.net/linuxaudio/region2playlist.cpp
>           => `region2playlist.cpp'
> Resolving vegri.net...
> Connecting to vegri.net||:80... connected.
> HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 403 Forbidden
> 00:19:16 ERROR 403: Forbidden.

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