[Ardour-Users] Again: Loss of a track

jonetsu at teksavvy.com jonetsu at teksavvy.com
Sat Sep 13 13:35:34 PDT 2014

On Sat, 13 Sep 2014 04:23:28 +0200,
Robin Gareus <robin at gareus.org> wrote :

> On 09/13/2014 03:48 AM, jonetsu at teksavvy.com wrote:
> >  Last track, piano stuff, is lost. Always the lasttrack of the
> > session.
> Are you sure that's the precise case?

Yesterday and the time previous that (also commented upon here), yes.
Both were the last tracks of a session with 5-7 tracks. 

> Could it be, you created an Audio-track with default name ("Audio 1"),
> recorded (or imported) something on it and then renamed it.

No.  The track name is indeed Audio 1, but I did not rename it.  I
usually do, before recording although sometimes I fiddle arond on the
keybaord, find somethign good and do not bother to rename a new track
befoe recording.  This was the case.  And I haven\t renamed it before
clsoign Ardour.  

This is the 380 version.  Which makes me think, there's no announce at
startup of the availability of a new version.  This is why I still run
380.  I do not perdiodically check the web site about this.  I quickly
looked in this mailing list messages and did not find any announce
> If above issue is not the problem that you experience, please file a
> bug report at http://tracker.ardour.org/  ideally with step-by-step
> description how to reproduce this. 

Which makes me think ... The Ardour versions since some time (at least
since I donated) are tagged -dbg.  Is there a procedure to capture
debug information when describing a problem ?


More information about the Ardour-Users mailing list