[Ardour-Users] Automation and BCF 2000

Erich enricopallawitschini at gmail.com
Sun Feb 27 10:58:45 PST 2011

Am Sonntag, den 27.02.2011, 13:21 -0500 schrieb Thomas Vecchione:
> 2011/2/27 Jörn Nettingsmeier <nettings at stackingdwarves.net>
>         On 02/27/2011 07:13 PM, Thomas Vecchione wrote:
>                 The issue is that Ardour does exactly what it is told,
>                 and will make an
>                 automation dot every X mS if the automation has
>                 changed, which often
>                 times it does on 10 bit controller surfaces.  I
>                 typically will go in
>                 afterwards and clean up a bit if I need to make
>                 changes with the mouse
>                 manually, or alternatively just overwrite.
>                 I can't really think of a better way to handle this
>                 though, so if oyu
>                 have a suggestion I would love to hear it:)
>         i don't know what the OP meant, but it has happened to me that
>         all of a sudden, regular dots appeared on static sections of
>         the automation that shouldn't have been affected by automation
>         recording at another point in time.
> Ok that would be different from what I was assuming was the problem
> from the description, if it should not have been writing new
> automation to begin with, there is obviously a bug to address. 
>   Thomas
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What I meant is: Im Having an automation, maybee 10 dots in all. I set
auto-mode to change, add 5 dots. Then I want to delete 2 of them. I mark
them, hit delete and have some 1000 points somerwhere else in the
automation each alternating about 5db. The BFC gets cracy. If I try to
delete them I get another thousend or so. Only way is Ctrl-Z 5 to 6
times and slowly all the new points disappear, but also most of what I
edidet before! 

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