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0007643ardourbugspublic2018-07-04 03:232018-07-04 08:09
Reporteralexmitchellmus 
Assigned To 
PrioritynormalSeverityminorReproducibilityalways
StatusnewResolutionopen 
PlatformArch LinuxOS4.17.3OS Version4.17.3
Product Version5.12 
Target VersionFixed in Version 
Summary0007643: Faust generated LV2 & VST exhibit strange slider behaviour with AutoGenerated GUI
DescriptionWhen changing the values of Faust plugins with the built-in Ardour plugin GUI, it is hard to change the value with the mouse.

I have made a video of what it looks like:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b21wixZn4sM&t=25s [^]

The video was made with the LV2 version of the plugin, however the same issue is present on the VST version of the same .dsp code.
Steps To ReproduceI tested one of the tutorial Faust FM synth patches:
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import("stdfaust.lib");

carFreq = 500;
modFreq = 30;
index = 100;

process =
  os.osc(carFreq + os.osc(modFreq) * index) <: dm.zita_rev1;
-----------------------

I used the command line to build the above faust code:
$faust2lv2 myplugin.dsp
also:
$faust2faustvst myplugin.dsp

I then placed the lv2 into: /usr/lib/lv2/ & the VST into: /usr/lib/vst/
Additional InformationI tested the same plugin (the LV2) with Qtractor, and this issues was not present in that software, I could easily change the values with the GUI.
TagsNo tags attached.
Attached Files? file icon FM_Synth.dsp [^] (139 bytes) 2018-07-04 03:23

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(0020323)
alexmitchellmus (reporter)
2018-07-04 03:29
edited on: 2018-07-04 03:30

NOTE: I used the git version of Ardour (as I was working on some MIDI note code ideas at the time) for the video. (an astute viewer would probably be able to tell the strange MIDI note colors).

However I also tested Ardour 5.12 (which had the same issue).

There is no issue with automating the parameters, they change correctly, this issue is only about mouse control.

Also after a bit more research, there is apparently no issue with manually created sliders (if I were to put sliders into the Faust code myself), the sliders that are in the video are all from dm.zita_rev1. So I am not sure if this is a problem with 'zita' or Ardour, or Ardour's ability to control sub-module GUI's of Faust .dsp code.

(0020336)
x42 (administrator)
2018-07-04 05:32

I cannot reproduce this (also git,6.0-pre0-781-g870fe055c). What version of FAUST and its stdlib are you using?

Ardour is one of the few LV2 hosts that honors "rangeSteps" and enforces the min/max parameter range.

Can you check the generated .ttl file if it matches:
    ] , [
        a lv2:InputPort ;
        a lv2:ControlPort ;
        lv2:index 2 ;
        lv2:symbol "Low_RT60_2" ;
        lv2:name "Low RT60" ;
        lv2:portProperty epp:hasStrictBounds ;
        epp:rangeSteps 70 ;
        lv2:default 3 ;
        lv2:minimum 1 ;
        lv2:maximum 8 ;
        units:unit [
            a            units:Unit ;
            units:name   "s" ;
            units:symbol "s" ;
            units:render "%f s"
        ] ;
    ] , [
(0020338)
alexmitchellmus (reporter)
2018-07-04 08:09

I am using Faust: Version 2.5.23. My .ttl (in that part) is exactly the same.

Possibly this could have something to do with my OS? (Using Arch Linux?)

- Issue History
Date Modified Username Field Change
2018-07-04 03:23 alexmitchellmus New Issue
2018-07-04 03:23 alexmitchellmus File Added: FM_Synth.dsp
2018-07-04 03:29 alexmitchellmus Note Added: 0020323
2018-07-04 03:30 alexmitchellmus Note Edited: 0020323 View Revisions
2018-07-04 05:32 x42 Note Added: 0020336
2018-07-04 08:09 alexmitchellmus Note Added: 0020338


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