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0007192ardourbugspublic2017-01-01 10:252017-01-08 10:26
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PlatformPC / LinuxOSLinux MintOS Version18 KDE5 64-bit
Product Version5.5 
Target VersionFixed in Version 
Summary0007192: Splitting MIDI regions creates a mess
DescriptionWhen splitting a MIDI region between the notes, the first note after the splitting point is often removed.

This seems to depend on the distance of the splitting point from the note.

Some notes seem to be unaffected, some need a smaller distance from the splitting point to disappear, some disappear with a larger distance.

Also frequently the two new regions created during splitting overlap or leave a gap between them.

When moving these overlapping or gapped regions their contents seem to jump to different locations within the regions sometimes.
Steps To Reproduce1. Record a region with a lot of short notes on a MIDI track
2. Split the region multiple times between the notes (using the S key)
Additional InformationI've captured a short video that demonstrates what I experience: [^]

The newest version of Ardour where I experienced this is:

Ardour 5.5.72
"The Plateaux of Mirror"
(rev 5.5-72-ge97404c)
Intel 64-bit

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nick_m (reporter)
2017-01-06 09:07

i had a difficult time reproducing this until i noticed you were using magnetic snap.

thanks for the report.
nick_m (reporter)
2017-01-06 09:08

only happens with magnetic snap
unfa (reporter)
2017-01-08 10:26

Wow, I didn't notice that I had magnetic snapping on at all. Good I recorded a video.

- Issue History
Date Modified Username Field Change
2017-01-01 10:25 unfa New Issue
2017-01-06 09:07 nick_m Note Added: 0019270
2017-01-06 09:08 nick_m Note Added: 0019271
2017-01-06 09:08 nick_m Status new => confirmed
2017-01-08 10:26 unfa Note Added: 0019274

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