[Ardour-Users] insert bars before start
paul at linuxaudiosystems.com
Sun Jan 29 09:53:27 PST 2017
What version of ardour are you using?
Please send a screenshot of the before+after.
The damage is probably caused by things that are locked to musical time
(which doesn't move trivially in samples)
On Sun, Jan 29, 2017 at 6:36 PM, m.eik michalke <m at openmusiccontest.org>
> hi lukas,
> Am Sonntag, 29. Januar 2017, 12:40:51 CET schrieb Lukas Pirl:
> > not sure if you tried that already so I give it a go:
> > In the session before you moved all your material (assuming you have
> > a snapshot/backup of it): Try selecting all tracks, move your edit
> > point to the start and then go to
> > [menu] → track → insert time
> > and see if that feature does what you want.
> thanks for the hint! looked promising at first, but as soon as i check the
> option to also move tempo and time signature changes, the result is pretty
> useless :-/
> > Some people also always start their sessions at 1 hour to easily
> > insert time before the session start later on. Maybe that is an
> > option for your next session.
> oh... ok... but this shouldn't be common behaviour, you shouldn't have to
> such workarounds, right?
> i wonder what makes it such a hard task, to simply add some empty bars
> what's already there? why does ardour realign tracks at seemingly random
> positions and mix up predefined changes, when all that's needed (from my
> is a simple linear +n for all starting points of all regions?
> viele grüße :: m.eik
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