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|ID||Category||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0007358||bugs||2017-05-15 18:44||2017-05-18 06:25|
|Platform||Linux||OS||Ubuntu GNOME||OS Version||17.04|
|Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0007358: Unsoloing a duplicate can create silence|
|Description||Unsoloing a duplicate creates silence. One should still be audible.|
|Steps To Reproduce||1. have the mixer on the screen.|
2. solo a track.
3. choose to duplicate this track (copy playlist, insert after selection)
4. now we have two identical tracks that are both solo'd.
5. unselect the solo button on one of the two tracks.
The one track that is still solo'd should still be audible.
|Additional Information||All solo'd tracks have to be unsolo'd to make the soloing work correctly.|
|Tags||No tags attached.|
||I tried this on a track that had no effects but the bug did not occur.|
||I used the same track again but this time I created a buss which the track output audio to and this time the bug occured. With and without effects.|
||I can reproduce this issue with 5.9 when a Track output is routed to a Bus as you have described.|
|2017-05-15 18:44||ardour38||New Issue|
|2017-05-15 19:32||ardour38||Note Added: 0019698|
|2017-05-15 19:38||ardour38||Note Added: 0019699|
|2017-05-17 23:48||timbyr||Note Added: 0019721|
|2017-05-17 23:49||timbyr||Product Version||=> 5.X git (version in description)|
|2017-05-17 23:49||timbyr||Summary||Unsoloing a duplicate creates silence [Ardour 5.9] => Unsoloing a duplicate can create silence|
|2017-05-17 23:50||timbyr||Status||new => confirmed|
|2017-05-18 06:25||timbyr||Product Version||5.X git (version in description) => 5.9|