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0001146features2020-02-11 15:15
ReporteriamausernameAssigned To 
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Summary0001146: Bezier curves and extrapolation for automation lines.
Descriptionan idea from blender, incorporate bezier curves into automation lines, for ease of creating smooth gains / effects etc..
select a region, and give the option for extrapolation, to duplicate the lines across the entire area
(for effect changes across the entire track)
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related to 0003849 new Region gain line editing issues and bugs 

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iamausername

2005-11-04 23:52

reporter   ~0002373

Last edited: 2005-11-09 06:19

as an update to this, I think a better way to do things would be to create an automation curve engine, again, look at blender, which you can assign to any automatable object.

to have a quick look at what I mean
http://download.blender.org/documentation/htmlI/ch14s03.html

I just think this scheme would work well with ardour.
another thing to consider is how you can re-arrange the project how you see fit, with different views for documentation, plugins, timing, etc..

I would like it if you had a quick download of blender, and see if it gives you any ideas. As this is an open-source project, its good to pull ideas from other projects, which have faced the same problems.

iamausername

2005-11-17 20:57

reporter   ~0002381

by extrapolation, I mean cyclic extrapolation, in other words, find a segment of the automation curve, and repeat across the entire track / region

seablade

2009-07-04 22:50

manager   ~0006270

Updating this for future versions of Ardour. Thanks.

magnetophon

2010-02-12 00:38

reporter   ~0007368

This would be a nice feature, even without the cyclic extrapolation.

x42

2020-02-11 15:15

administrator   ~0020960

Exponential or log-scale are vastly more useful for control-parameters (Ardour 6 supports that by using a log or exp y-axis).

Bezier curves don't usually make sense for anything audio related, what could make sense are catmull–rom splines.
Then again in cases where it would make sense it'll usually happen inside a plugin. Only the plugin (DSP) knows how to interpolate and click-free smooth a given parameter.

Issue History

Date Modified Username Field Change
2005-11-04 22:06 iamausername New Issue
2005-11-04 22:06 iamausername E-mail => iamausername@westnet.com.au
2005-11-04 22:06 iamausername Name => Kris
2005-11-04 23:52 iamausername Note Added: 0002373
2005-11-09 06:19 iamausername Note Edited: 0002373
2005-11-17 20:57 iamausername Note Added: 0002381
2009-07-04 22:50 seablade Note Added: 0006270
2009-07-04 22:50 seablade Status new => acknowledged
2009-07-04 22:50 seablade Product Version 0.99 => SVN 3.0
2009-07-04 22:50 seablade Description Updated
2010-02-12 00:38 magnetophon Note Added: 0007368
2010-07-21 15:41 cth103 cost => 0.00
2010-07-21 15:41 cth103 Target Version => 3.X
2010-07-21 15:41 cth103 Description Updated
2011-07-17 20:25 cth103 Relationship added related to 0003849
2020-02-11 15:15 x42 Note Added: 0020960