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|0005002||ardour||bugs||public||2012-07-10 04:24||2012-07-10 09:02|
|Target Version||3.X||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0005002: Trim automation changes level relations (Linear)|
|Description||if you have an automation lin of 0.0 db, And in it a step of 0-X db, and you will drag it down, the range between the lin and the step will get bigger then the original X.|
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|Attached Files|| Screen Recording 46.mov [^] (3,000,348 bytes) 2012-07-10 04:24|
Screen Recording 49.mov [^] (2,578,556 bytes) 2012-07-10 07:10
|i don't understand what the issue is here.|
Let's say I have an area where the level is 0.0 db with a small step down in the middle of -3 db.
Then I range select the area and trim it down a bit.
I would expect that the 3 db difference will not change.
In Ardour it will grow.
|See attached movie.|
ok. this happens because the mapping between the GUI and actual gain coefficients being non-linear. 2 pixels at the bottom of a fader automation track is a different number of dB than 2 pixels 3/4 of the way up.
its a bit of a problem to fix because when moving individual points this difference is very desirable, so that moving control points has the same non-linear feel as moving the fader itself.
i'll give it some thought.
|2012-07-10 04:24||BenSpector||New Issue|
|2012-07-10 04:24||BenSpector||File Added: Screen Recording 46.mov|
|2012-07-10 06:01||paul||Note Added: 0013833|
|2012-07-10 06:52||BenSpector||Note Added: 0013834|
|2012-07-10 07:09||BenSpector||Note Added: 0013835|
|2012-07-10 07:10||BenSpector||File Added: Screen Recording 49.mov|
|2012-07-10 07:17||paul||Note Added: 0013836|
|2012-07-10 09:02||paul||cost||=> 0.00|
|2012-07-10 09:02||paul||Target Version||=> 3.X|
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