[LAU] Ardour connections
meka at ns-linux.org
Thu Jan 13 09:28:30 UTC 2011
On 01/12/11 19:45, Robin Gareus wrote:
> On 01/12/2011 07:31 AM, Goran Mekić wrote:
>> On 01/12/11 04:17, Paul Davis wrote:
>>> 2011/1/11 Goran Mekić<meka at ns-linux.org>:
>>>> I've tested ardour2 and ardour3. What happens is that I save the
>>>> with one track, and when I close ardour and open it again, the track is
>>>> connected to more inputs and outputs then it was when I've hit save.
>>>> I use
>>>> jackdbus + M-Audio Delta 1010LT. Is there any other info I should give?
>>> (1) wrong mailing list (ardour-users would be more appropriate)
>> I suspected it's not ardour, but here it is, anyway.
>>> (2) please provide a LOT more details about the connections "before"
>>> and "after"
>> OK, here's what I have (more tracks to show it's not always the same,
>> but for the track with the same name, additional connections are always
>> the same)
> I think you may have made a few typos. e.g there's no "meka (wet)"
> ports in the "connections after" list. Is that correct?
> The suggestion made by allcoms to post the output of `lack_lsp -c` is
> more reliable.
> Anyway. Intuitively this _could_ be related to
> - using brackets in the port-names
> - having ardour's auto-connect ports option enabled.
> but a quick test shows that both of these work just fine here.
> I can't reproduce the problem you describe.
> Since you're experiencing the problem with both ardour2 and 3:
> Could it be that you have some JACK patchbay or session-manager running
> that actually does make the connections?
I thought it has nothing to do with it, but once I've killed
ladishd and ladishconf it works like a charm. Thanx a lot!
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