[Ardour-Users] how to add comments at intervals on regions or tracks?

Gabbe Nord gabbe.nord at gmail.com
Tue Sep 3 01:16:06 PDT 2013

A nice little trick too is to use the enter key on the numpad, which I
believe is bound to adding a marker by default. The way I usually do it is
I listen through the song, and wherever I need a comment or a note, I press
enter on the numpad, pause the playback and edit the marker name to the
comment I want. Pretty easy way of going about doing it!

On Tue, Sep 3, 2013 at 10:10 AM, Victor A. Stoichita <vicsto at gmail.com>wrote:

> Hi Leo,
> If I understood your needs correctly, you should be able to do that in
> Ardour. To get you started I'd suggest you have a look at the manual:
> www.manual.ardour.org. It's pretty clear and comprehensive. There is a
> section on working with markers. If you have other questions, of course,
> feel free to ask.
> Regards,
> Victor
> On 3 September 2013 07:06, leo <leokn at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> I recently donated $25 for Paul Davis's Ardour 3.3.1 and the download and
>> install went fine; I am totally enjoying this new version! And a few
>> minutes ago I subscribed to donating $4 monthly to Ardour.org as my limited
>> way of showing gratitude for the Ardour project. I am running Ardour 3 on a
>> different hard drive and Ubuntu 13.04.
>> Question: I'm now working on a project where I imported a wav song file
>> ("How Insensitive", a play-along bossa nova, stereo, from a cd that came
>> with a Hal Leonard book that I have. I used Audacity to convert it to wav
>> format.
>> Now I have 3 tracks...a left channel, a right channel, and a mono channel
>> version.
>> I also have a hard copy of the sheet music from my "The Real Book, 6th
>> edition." And I changed the chords to fit my style and personal preference.
>> What I want to do at this point is to be able to put markers at various
>> points on the tracks and regions to make a notation, such as which of the
>> 32 bars in the tune it's at, and stuff like the chord and chord-melody, etc.
>> Then I want to, after soloing and recording my guitar on a new track, do
>> the same thing again.
>> Is this possible to do in Ardour 3.3.1 ?? .....  (And on Ardour 3 for
>> that matter also)
>> ~Leo
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