[Ardour-Users] ardour 3.0 alpha season drawing to an end
wayne at in-giro.org
Tue Jul 12 08:09:13 PDT 2011
Il giorno mer, 13/07/2011 alle 00.35 +1000, Leigh Dyer ha scritto:
> On 07/11/2011 11:58 PM, Paul Davis wrote:
> > Alpha 10 (the next one) will be the least alpha release of ardour 3.0.
> > The release after that will be beta1. Because of this is, it is
> > CRITICAL that users report two particular categories of bugs:
> > 1) crashing bugs (this includes lockups/hangs)
> > 2) workflow issues that make certain desirable goals impossible or
> > absurdly hard to accomplish (particulary with respect to MIDI)
> > Please use the bug tracker at http://tracker.ardour.org/ to report all
> > such issues.
> I've been using Ardour 3 to produce a track, using the same kind of
> workflow I've used for previous tracks sequenced in Qtractor or seq24,
> and everything seems to be pretty great now.
> One thing I'm not sure about is exporting projects with MIDI tracks
> using external synths. Is there a way to have Ardour export a session by
> simply playing through it in realtime (not freewheeling) and recording
> what's coming from its master out? For now, I'm using an external app to
> record my project when I need to export it.
to get a WAV/FLAC/etc. with all sounds from Ardour and external
synths/apps, i usually make a "mixdown" stereo track (or whatever your
master out is), route the master out(s) to the ins of the mixdown track.
then with the mixdown track rec enable (and no others) and no punches
(or punch in at the start of the session and punch out at the end), i
record the entire master out onto the mixdown track. finally, i right
click on the new mixdown region and select Export. should give you a
perhaps roundabout way of a full mixdown of your external synths+Ardour
audio/MIDI sounds. afterwards, i make the mixdown not active until the
new "mix down" ;)
> I've only had one crash recently that hasn't been reported and fixed
> yet, regarding CC automation -- it seems fine on some regions but very
> buggy on others. I'll try to nail that down a bit more and get it
> reported shortly.
> If anyone's curious, here's a link to what I've written so far:
> Everything in there right now is MIDI, and I'm doing a bit of everything
> I can think of for testing: external hardware synths (a Waldorf
> Blofeld), JACK softsynths (Hydrogen), and LV2 synth plugins (Calf
> Monosynth, LinuxSampler), with automation of both synth plugin
> parameters and MIDI CCs. I'm bringing the external synth audio in to
> Ardour using busses, and I also have some (automated) effects plugins,
> and a send off to a hardware effects unit (an analog delay pedal) for
> good measure.
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