Re: [linux-audio-user] ardour question

From: Sampo Savolainen <v2@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Thu Jun 09 2005 - 10:40:29 EEST

The amount of panners is related to how many inputs and how many outputs the
track has. Could it be, that after dragging the wav file as a new track, the
new track only has 1 output?

Click on the "output" button in the bottom of the mixer strip for that
channel and see. If there is only one output, add another one and connect
them properly and things should work fine.

Of course, if the drag created track has only 1 output, then this has to be
resolved in ardour.


Quoting Noah Roberts <roberts.noah@email-addr-hidden>:

> When I import wave files as new tracks I don't seem to be able to
> control panning nor can I create panning but when I create a mono
> track and then import a wav into it panning controls work fine.
> Anyone have similar experience or know what to do about it?
> Even if I add a mono->stereo splitter it doesn't give me two outputs.
Received on Thu Jun 9 12:15:07 2005

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