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IDCategoryLast Update
0008368bugs2020-08-19 09:00
ReporterunfaAssigned To 
ReproducibilityN/A 
Status newResolutionopen 
PlatformArchOSLinuxOS Version(any)
Product Version6.2 
Fixed in Version 
Summary0008368: Strict I/O not working on MIDI tracks?
DescriptionPlease watch this quick demonstration of the problem:
https://youtu.be/x-D5NAJts_U

It seems that Strict-I/O on a MIDI track doesn't really constrain the output channel count like I thought it would.
Am I doing something wrong? is this expected behaviour?
TagsMidi

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x42

2020-08-19 04:22

administrator   ~0024939

from https://manual.ardour.org/signal-routing/signal-flow/

Midi Synths. When adding a synth at a point where there is a Midi port only, the synthesizer plugin will add audio output ports, which trickle down the processor chain to all follow up plugins as inputs and in turn force their outputs to match.

unfa

2020-08-19 09:00

reporter   ~0024941

I see. I'd expect the Strict-I/O to make sure the port layout doesn't change after the first instrument plug-in. But maybe that doesn't make sense, because there's so many different things that could be done here that'd break... Thought if they do - the user could just switch to Flexible-I/O.

I guess Strict-I/O only works if we have also audio ports in the MIDI track - for a Vocoder plug-in for example?

Do you think it could make sense to alter it's behaviour for MIDI tracks/buses?

Issue History

Date Modified Username Field Change
2020-08-18 20:28 unfa New Issue
2020-08-18 20:28 unfa Tag Attached: Midi
2020-08-19 04:22 x42 Note Added: 0024939
2020-08-19 09:00 unfa Note Added: 0024941