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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0009015||ardour||bugs||public||2022-10-20 13:52||2022-10-20 14:00|
|Summary||0009015: Using the plugin "EQ10Q Mono" crashes Ardour|
|Description||I have a project that I started with ardour 6, and had used the plugin "EQ10Q Mono" for quite many stereo tracks. After updating Arch, Ardour updated from 6 to 7. Then after I opened the Ardour 6 project, Ardour 7 crashed. I tested with a new project on Ardour 7, and noticed that "EQ10Q Mono" works for mono tracks, but adding the plugin to a stereo track causes a crash.|
The crash message is
ardour-7.0.0: /usr/lib/lv2/atom.lv2/forge.h:198: lv2_atom_forge_pop: Assertion `frame == forge->stack' failed.
/usr/bin/ardour7: line 1: 262008 Aborted (core dumped) ardour7
|Steps To Reproduce||1. Open new project|
2. Add a stereo track
3. Add "EQ10Q Mono" plugin to the track
-> Ardour crashes
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Perhaps try Ardour's binary from ardour.org and the EQ10Q from https://eq10q.sourceforge.net/?page_id=16
The crash being in /usr/lib/lv2/atom.lv2/forge.h suggests that it is be something related to you distro.
A complete backtrace (https://ardour.org/debugging_ardour) may provide further information.