[Ardour-Users] How do you use Jamin in Ardour (was: Cleaning up unused regions)

fred f.rech at yahoo.fr
Wed Oct 5 10:19:58 PDT 2011

Le 05/10/2011 16:01, Joe Hartley a écrit :
> On Wed, 5 Oct 2011 09:42:50 -0400
> Brett McCoy<idragosani at gmail.com>  wrote:
>> Bouncing digital audio doesn't degrade quality (not like in the
>> multitrack days). I "loop" audio out Ardour and back in all of the
>> time, like when using Jamin for mastering, I send the Master Outs into
>> Jamin (with Ardour output to system playback removed), and then Jamin
>> output comes back into a "mastered" track in Ardour (output to Master
>> track is removed, I monitor audio directly from Jamin). No issues
>> doing this at all.
> An interesting approach.  I use an insert on the master track to send
> the mix to Jamin, then put the master outs to a monitor bus which sends
> its output to the hardware.  I like that because I can map the monitor
> fader to my MIDI control unit and have a physical fader to adjust the
> monitor level.  One thing I learned is to not use the Ardour monitor bus,
> though, because it ends up automatically mapping a control channel to
> the monitor bus which I need to manually remove or I'm not hearing the
> actual mix.
I add a bus "mix" between all tracks/busses and master bus
The outputs of this mix bus goes to Jamin
Jamin out to a track "master"
out of this master track to master bus
master bus to system playback
Then you can visually compare signals to and from Jamin with peakmeters 
in Ardour

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