On Sun, 2006-12-31 at 11:32 +0100, Mathias Friman wrote:
I wish all of you that has the appropriate calendar a happy new year,
and the rest of you a good day/night/morning/evening.
Excuse a n00b, but I wonder if there is a way of pre-recording/cacheing
effects on a track in order to save computing power, except routing the
output to another track and record that one?
I'm not very skilled in either ardour or digital recording with other
programs on any platform, so I'd very much appreciate if you'd be
somewhat thourough in your answer. :)
"Freeze" does exactly this. You can select it in the track canvas
context menu (which is opened via right click).
I've tried to "bounce" a track, but
nothing seems to happen. How does
the bounce work, and is it the right way to go?
Are you talking about manual bouncing (directing the output of the track
to another for recording), or "freezing"?
One reason manual bouncing could fail is if you have set up Ardour so
that it doesn't run the plugins when recording. If freeze doesn't work,
that's a different ballgame altogether.