[Ardour-Users] Ardour playback wrong when ardour is time master
robin at gareus.org
Tue Oct 19 13:49:41 PDT 2010
On 10/18/10 16:29, Axel 'the C.L.A.' Müller wrote:
> On Mon, 18 Oct 2010 14:57:39 +0200
> Roberto Suarez Soto <talkingxouba at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I've recently reinstalled my system with Ubuntu "Maverick", and after
>> that Ardour playback behaves strangely when Ardour is time master. I can't
>> forward, rewind, loop or go anywhere: I can just play from the start. When I
>> try, the playback cursor jumps again to its current position.
>> I launch Jack with qjackctl, and run Ardour and Hydrogen. If I use
>> Hydrogen as time master, it works perfectly: I can do everything I can't with
>> Ardour (i.e., play, rewind). I guess it's not a Jack problem. Besides, my
>> personal settings (everything at "/home", to be precise) was preserved, so
>> it shouldn't be a problem of new defaults or missing preferences.
>> Any hint to what may be happening? Something I can look into to see
>> what's wrong?
> I think I saw this same issue some time ago, but only with jack2. Back
> then I didn't have the patience to investigate any further and
> installed jack1 instead.
known workarounds: disable ardour's time-master features or use jack1
> You might want to take a look wich version of jack you have installed.
> From a quick look at Ubuntu's package database I saw they have both
> jack1 and jack2 in their repos for Maverick. Good luck. :)
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