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0009634ardourbugspublic2024-02-18 17:44
Reporterddtex Assigned Tox42  
Status resolvedResolutionfixed 
PlatformUbuntuOSLinuxOS Version(any)
Product Version8.2 
Summary0009634: Automation - Channel Volume
DescriptionIf you add the Channel Volume automation to a track, then remove it without changing it, it will set the Channel Volume to zero.
Steps To Reproduce1. Right-click on a midi track track header, select Automation > Controllers > Channel Volume > Channel 1
2. This will place a Channel 1 Volume control to the left of the track
3. Do not change anything on the volume control
4. Click the X to close the Channel 1 Volume
5. Click Session > Save
6. Click Session > Recent & re-load the session you just saved.
7. Play the track again & it will be silent. The Channel 1 volume is now set to zero.
8. Open the Virtual Keyboard - it will be silent for Channel 1.
9. Change Virtual Keyboard to Channel 2 & will play fine.
10. Add the Channel 1 Volume Control back to the track & increase the volume, and Channel 1 will then play fine.
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2024-02-18 17:44

administrator   ~0028508

Fixed in 8.2-149-gd423810784

Issue History

Date Modified Username Field Change
2024-02-08 15:43 ddtex New Issue
2024-02-18 17:44 x42 Assigned To => x42
2024-02-18 17:44 x42 Status new => resolved
2024-02-18 17:44 x42 Resolution open => fixed
2024-02-18 17:44 x42 Note Added: 0028508