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|ID||Category||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0008662||bugs||2021-04-11 17:43||2021-04-11 21:18|
|Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0008662: Vitalium instances are randomly altered when reopening a session|
|Description||After saving a session with one or more Vitalium instances, closing Ardour, and reopening the session immediately (or later), various parameters will be altered. The most common alteration is the reversion of samples or oscillators to full volume, but sometimes arbritary parameters will be changed, such as spectral warping modes randomly being enabled or envelopes being lengthened. On my system (both in Ardour 6.5 and Ardour 6.6), this happens consistently to every single new session I create. On older sessions, it seems to selectively apply to some instances but not others.|
|Steps To Reproduce||1. Create a new session in Ardour.|
2. Add at least one MIDI track with a Vitalium instance.
3. Set the Vitalium instance to a previously saved patch.
4. Save the session.
5. Close Ardour.
6. Open Ardour.
7. Load the session.
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