[linux-audio-user] Ardour question for ardour people out there...

R Parker rtp405 at yahoo.com
Sun Nov 16 03:18:29 EST 2003

Hi Aaron,

I'm not certain but seem to recall reading about the
32 track limit recently on ardour-dev at . I think Paul
D. said he intended to fix this trivial limitation.

I would suggest checking the Ardour site for a link to
the bug report database. If this hasn't been reported,
file a bug report.

BTW, you could get an email account from some web
service and use that to subscribe to ardour mailing
lists. It's fairly lame but is what I've done. Of
course I'm a shameless. :)


--- Aaron Trumm <aaron at nquit.com> wrote:
> hi - this is really a question for the Ardour list,
> but for reasons beyond
> my control, I can't get on the list (my ISP's fault)
> - so any of your Ardour
> people - is it expected that Ardour would only allow
> 32 channels of output?
> to explain, I found this out while mixing a project
> where I had 24 tracks in
> ardour, all of which went to a different one of my
> 24 channels of output on
> my HDSP 9652 card - everything great.  then I
> started adding a few tracks,
> to be submixed - for example, channel 17 was vocals,
> and I had two more
> vocal tracks in ardour, also routed to 17 for a nice
> little submix.  workin'
> great.  but upon adding the 33rd track, it wouldn't
> allow me to assign it to
> any output (I wish I could remember the log message
> it gives me).  since it
> was exactly 32 I thought maybe it was an actual on
> purpose (or at least
> temporarily on purpose) capability limitation and
> thought nothing of it
> it only just now occurred to me to ask if it's not
> on purpose, but a bug or
> a problem I'm having (in which case I would want to
> fix, or report, if it
> were a bug)...
> thanks!
> Houston Poetry Slam Team
> www.houstonpoetryslam.com
> NQuit Records
> www.nquit.com

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