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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0005624||ardour||bugs||public||2013-07-28 19:56||2013-09-10 19:27|
|Summary||0005624: Time stretch and transpose doesn't work|
|Description||Ardour 3 distorts nearly every region I try to time-stretch or transpose. This bug is reported with Ardour 3.2 but the same behaviour has been in every Ardour 3 version I've tried (from alphas and betas to stable ones). If needed, I can try to reproduce these with newest 3.3 version.|
|Additional Information||konsuli_loop_F.7.wav is the original file I imported to Ardour 3 (via drag and drop).|
konsuli_loop_F.firstname.lastname@example.org is a result of transposing original 2 semitones up.
konsuli_loop_F.email@example.com is time stretched slower than original with time-stretch tool. Used first option for "contents". Maybe it was "unpitched percussion with stable notes".
konsuli_loop_F.firstname.lastname@example.org was time-stretched faster than original, using "crisp monophonic instrumental".
konsuli_loop_F.email@example.com was time-stretched same way, but with option "unpitched solo percussion".
konsuli_loop_F.firstname.lastname@example.org was time stretched slower than original with time-stretch tool, and with option "unpitched solo percussion".
All regions lost their stereo sound (I think left channel was cloned), and most of them got horrible distortion.
I did some more tests after this. I tried to stretch original file to faster tempo with "smooth" option and got following error: "tempoize: error reading data from konsuli_loop_F.5@79 at 496108 (wanted 256, got 16)". I've got this error roughly three years ago with Ardour 2. Don't know what it means or what resulted it.
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