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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0008889||ardour||bugs||public||2022-03-19 13:02||2022-05-10 06:36|
|Status||resolved||Resolution||no change required|
|Summary||0008889: Arch Linux has no sound playback when Ardour is exporting a song|
|Description||When i use latest arch linux Ardour with pipewire-jack (Wireplumber session manager) and 1024 samples and export a song, i can't hear anything im listening to like Discord voice or music when the song is exporting. When it has finished exporting i hear playback normally again|
|Steps To Reproduce||1. Start Ardour|
2. Record sound or midi in Ardour
3. Export the song
4. No sound is playback on Linux when its exporting
Ardour uses "freewheeling" to export.
It asks JACK to disconnect from the audio hardware and run as fast as possible and as slow as necessary. This was no dropouts can happen during export and it is usually also faster than wall-clock time.
I do now know how pipewire handles things, but with JACK this is expected behavior. All JACK applications cannot use hardware I/O while jack is freewheeling.
If you do not want this behavior, do not use JACK. We generally recommend against the use of JACK, particularly by new users, unless there is an actual need for it.
This is not behavior that we will change. If you use the JACK backend, the only way to reliably perform a faster-than-realtime export is to use freewheeling, which will necessarily silence all JACK output to your audio (and MIDI) hardware. That is by design, and isn't a part of Ardour.
Unless you need JACK, you should use Ardour's ALSA backend (which disconnects from the audio hardware entirely during faster-than-realtime export.
|2022-03-19 13:02||mrshroomy||New Issue|
|2022-03-19 13:02||mrshroomy||Tag Attached: export|
|2022-03-22 18:33||x42||Note Added: 0026350|
|2022-04-16 00:33||paul||Note Added: 0026387|
|2022-04-16 00:34||paul||Assigned To||=> paul|
|2022-04-16 00:34||paul||Status||new => resolved|
|2022-04-16 00:34||paul||Resolution||open => no change required|