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|0008736||ardour||bugs||public||2021-06-08 01:20||2021-06-09 20:11|
|Summary||0008736: MIDI Import hangs|
|Description||When trying to import any midi file Ardour hangs upon starting import. Preview of the midi file works fine|
|Steps To Reproduce||Start new project and try to import midi file|
|Additional Information||Nothing in log file. Must force terminate Ardour to recover|
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Importing MIDI files works just fine here. Is this specific to a given .mid file, and if so, can you share that?
What synth do you use when importing MIDI files? Perhaps the issue at hand is the synth plugin?
It hangs at the import progress dialog pop-up with no progress shown. Clicking on cancel does nothing and I have to hard terminate Ardour 6.7.
I've tried several different midi files and synths (sfizz, ACE Reasonable synth, ACE fluid synth). Just now I tried to import cest-si-bon.midi using the default ACE Reasonable Synth and it hung-up. I've attached that midi file.
Could this be pipewire 0.3.29 related? There's nothing strange about my set-up and it use to work fine. I also see this in the system log file:
6/8/21 7:02 PM pipewire protocol-native 0x55d3146f8e40: client 0x55d31483e860 error -22 (Invalid argument)
followed by hundreds or more of:
6/8/21 7:04 PM localhost plasmashell Command [V,R,I,A]:
The file imports just fine here (using general MIDI synth which comes with Ardour from ardour.org/download)
So either it is indeed PW related, easy to test try Ardour/ALSA or a Pulseaudio, or perhaps some issue with your Ardour built. Is that the official binary from ardour.org?
I got Ardour 6.7 from the RPM in the
Fedora jam 34 repository. I don't seem to have the alsa-backend available at the moment, will look into it tomorrow. From the log error it seems to be pw related, I could try to submit an bug report with them. Thanks
It's an odd choice but Fedora packages Ardour backends (ALSA, Dummy, JACK, etc) separately.
Trying without pipewire first is a good idea. If that works then yes it's a PW issue.
I'm unable to select the alsa-backend
I found what looks like a related issue on pipewire gitlab.freedesktop.org. I added a comment to end linking in this report:
||see also https://tracker.ardour.org/view.php?id=8738 which is apparently fixed in pipewire v0.3.30.|
|2021-06-08 01:20||Sitruc55||New Issue|
|2021-06-09 01:39||x42||Note Added: 0025929|
|2021-06-09 01:39||x42||Status||new => feedback|
|2021-06-09 02:05||Sitruc55||File Added: Cest-si-bon.midi|
|2021-06-09 02:05||Sitruc55||Note Added: 0025930|
|2021-06-09 02:05||Sitruc55||Status||feedback => new|
|2021-06-09 02:26||x42||File Added: midi_import.png|
|2021-06-09 02:26||x42||Note Added: 0025931|
|2021-06-09 03:28||Sitruc55||Note Added: 0025932|
|2021-06-09 14:35||x42||Note Added: 0025934|
|2021-06-09 17:06||Sitruc55||Note Added: 0025935|
|2021-06-09 20:09||x42||Relationship added||duplicate of 0008738|
|2021-06-09 20:11||x42||Note Added: 0025938|
|2021-06-09 20:11||x42||Status||new => feedback|