[Ardour-Users] Starts to be pretty bad

Michael Kuhlmann RuA.Kuhlmann at t-online.de
Mon Sep 22 01:14:15 PDT 2014

I am using Ardour for professional radio work (want to replace Samplitude with Ardour sometime in future, depending just on solving an export problem) on two different PCs and I have never had problems with lost or destroyed files or audio tracks etc. 

Anyway, if I work with an audio file I ALWAYS use to make at least one copy of it (rather more than one) and save it in a different folder or on a different disc. If it's a unique file (like an interview record) I even make a copy of original and edited file on analogue Telefunken studio tape (7,5 ips). For when it comes to "trust" - I do not trust ONLY digital technology ;-)...


Betreff: Re: [Ardour-Users] Starts to be pretty bad
Datum: Sun, 21 Sep 2014 22:09:13 +0200
Von: Joe Hartley <jh at brainiac.com>
An: ardour-users at lists.ardour.org

I may have missed this in the thread, but are you sure the audio file for
the track is gone?  I've had Ardour crash and lose a track if I haven't 
saved the session, but I've always been able to re-create the track and 
find the audio for it somewhere in the session directory, and bring it back
in to the track.  

I've never had Ardour actually lose the recorded audio, but I've had 
sessions that lose track of where it is.  In Ardour3, the audio files live in

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