[LAU] timing issues when using ladspa plugin 1769 click
Florian Paul Schmidt
mista.tapas at gmx.net
Wed Sep 11 07:40:15 UTC 2013
On 11.09.2013 00:46, Rusty Perez wrote:
> Hi guys,
> I'm using plugin 1769 in Nama, based on ecasound.
> Here's the scenario.
> I'm recording one track.
> When I begin recording, the click starts right on queue. I play along
> with the click.
> But, upon playback, when I press play, the click clicks repeetedly
> several times as the playback fades up and my recorded performance is
> no longer in sync with the click.
> Again, to reiterate, when I record, the click starts as I start the
> recording engine, but upon playback, the click sortof studders as the
> playback fades up, and then the click is no in sync with my recording.
The LADSPA plugin has no information about the playback position. When
you load a session (or instantiate the plugin) playback position at
start it produces its first click right away once playback starts and
its run function is called for the first time. Now run the plugin for
some amount of time. It will internally always advance time, never
taking into account how the playback position changes when you relocate.
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