View Issue Details
|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0007548||ardour||bugs||public||2018-01-25 23:28||2018-01-26 14:36|
|Summary||0007548: time shift when recording from one midi track to another|
|Description||When recording from one midi track to another, the recorded notes are shifted in time compared to the original track|
|Steps To Reproduce||1. Create 2 midi tracks, A and B|
2. On track A, create a midi region and put 1 note every two beats
in it (notes aligned to the grid).
3. On track B record the midi output of track A.
Expected: the resulting region on B should be an exact copy of the region on A.
Actual behavior: all notes on B are shifted slightly before the notes on A.
|Additional Information||Time shift is constant for all notes. |
If note A starts at 1|3|0 recorded note on B starts at 1|2|1866.
Jackd started from qjackctl with settings :
sample rate: 48000
|Tags||No tags attached.|
What are the connections? Is Midi track A still connected to input?
What is track B's capture alignment set to (context menu of track-header)?
maybe a duplicate of http://tracker.ardour.org/view.php?id=5073
Track A is not connected to any input.
Track B’s input is only connected to track A’s output.
Track A and B both have Alignment set to "Automatic (based on I/O connections) (currently: existing material)".
Both tracks have "Adjust latency" set to 0 samples.