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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0009026||ardour||bugs||public||2022-10-22 22:49||2022-10-27 20:07|
|Platform||Debian GNU||OS||Linux||OS Version||bullseye/KDE|
|Summary||0009026: waveforms not visible during recording|
|Description||Waveforms do not appear in Editor window while recording, until transport is stopped.|
In previous version the waveform display would be delayed, but would appear.
Righ now I'm tracking 6 channels and just get a big red block until I press stop to see if it's working.
Tested with both Clear Current and New playlists.
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Just as a sanity check, I deselected "Show waveforms while recording". Exit and restarted. Checked the box again to enable it, exit and restart. No change. Always acts as if this box is deselected.
The problem does not occur in 6.9.
||Working just fine here. I would recommend that you start by renaming ~/.config/ardour7 (the directory) and see if that helps fix it.|
Ok. Renamed the directory and this time I did not copy config from Ardour 6 when prompted at startup.
Verified "Show waveforms while recording" is selected by default. Created new playlists for testing (recording output from a MIDI instrument).
Rolled it for 8 bars and waveforms still did not appear until I stopped transport.
Before reporting it yesterday, I already tried creating a new session in Ardour 7 so there would be no leftover Ardour 6 data in the session. But I did create a template in Ardour 6 and used it for the new Ardour 7 session. That should be clean, yes?
If it's not the config and not the session, I don't know where else to look.
||An obvious test would be to create a new session without the template ....|
What could possibly be stored in a routing template that could impact this? I have a lot of templates accumulated since Ardour 4...
||attach the template and I'll take a look.|
I want to test a few more to see if I can reproduce it consistently from older templates. And narrow the scope for fault isolation.
If I can do that, I'll post one for you to look at.
I've had limited time for testing. As it turns out, I was mistaken about still having templates from Ardour 4. i still have templates from Ardour 3.
Since I've been primarily using Mixbus32C with Store Mixer Settings, I only had 3 templates from Ardour 6.2. All 3 loaded and worked fine without the waveform problem.
The two sessions showing this problem were created in 6.9. One of the two (a test copy of the same session) was modified in Ardour 7.
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