View Revisions: Issue #8446

Summary 0008446: Multichannel panner does not pass the audio signal when playing back automation
Revision 2020-10-19 11:46 by nettings
Steps To Reproduce Create a session with 5-channel master, and a mono track connected to the master.
Import some audio, play it. All is well.
Now write some automation to azimuth, width, or both. Set automation mode to "play" on these parameters.
What I see: the panner moves as automated, but there is no more audio from this track reaching the master. Metering "post-fader" shows level, "output" doesn't.
What I expect: audio signal should still reach the master bus from an automated n-channel panner.
When automation is switched off on all panner parameters, the audio again reaches the master.
Revision 2020-10-19 11:46 by nettings
Steps To Reproduce Create a session with 5-channel master, and a mono track connected to the master.
Import some audio, play it. All is well.
Now write some automation to azimuth, width, or both. Set automation mode to "play" on these parameters.
What I see: the panner moves as automated, but there is no more audio from this track reaching the master. Metering "post-fader" shows level, "output" doesn't.
What I expect: audio signal should still reach the master bus from an automated n-channel panner.
When automation is switched off on all panner parameters, the audio again reaches the master.
Create a session with 5-channel master, and a mono track connected to the master.
Import some audio, play it. All is well.
Now write some automation to azimuth, width, or both. Set automation mode to "play" on these parameters.
What I see: the panner moves as automated, but there is no more audio from this track reaching the master. Metering "post-fader" shows level, "output" doesn't.
What I expect: audio signal should still reach the master bus from an automated n-channel panner.
When automation is switched off on all panner parameters, the audio again reaches the master.