MusE 3.1pre4

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Re: MusE 3.1pre4

Postby funkmuscle » Sun Jan 19, 2020 3:50 pm

Yes an Omni video would be perfect.
I understand the concept but when opened and I'm looking at it that's where the confusion begins. I would try to connect something but the connect button doesn't light up then I will try something else and then it would.

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Re: MusE 3.1pre4

Postby Tim E. Real » Thu Feb 13, 2020 6:57 am

@funkmuscle Hi, I hate to start a thread for this completely off-topic question:

I caught your post here from a few years back about your Scarlett USB crackling.
The solution was the USB port, you said.
Can you describe in more detail the nature of the crackling?
Intermittent? Any recognizable periodic frequency nature (a buzz) or was it more like random bacon and eggs frying sound?
Ehm... would you happen to have a copy of a track produced with the sound that we might listen to?
Did the USB port trick turn out OK and reliable?

Robert says he's getting crackling with his Scarlett 2i2 and MusE mixdowns (bounces).
We're trying to see if it's MusE or not.

Thanks!

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Re: MusE 3.1pre4

Postby funkmuscle » Thu Feb 13, 2020 11:11 pm

Tim E. Real wrote:@funkmuscle Hi, I hate to start a thread for this completely off-topic question:

I caught your post here from a few years back about your Scarlett USB crackling.
The solution was the USB port, you said.
Can you describe in more detail the nature of the crackling?
Intermittent? Any recognizable periodic frequency nature (a buzz) or was it more like random bacon and eggs frying sound?
Ehm... would you happen to have a copy of a track produced with the sound that we might listen to?
Did the USB port trick turn out OK and reliable?

Robert says he's getting crackling with his Scarlett 2i2 and MusE mixdowns (bounces).
We're trying to see if it's MusE or not.

Thanks!

can't remember exactly how I fixed.. I think you suggested I remove the MusE dir and git clone it again. If it comes back to me, I'll let y'all know. Sorry guys.

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Re: MusE 3.1pre4

Postby Tim E. Real » Fri Feb 14, 2020 1:19 am

No problem. Thanks. We've narrowed it down significantly.
It's MusE's fault :shock:

And the noise affects all bounced files made in the last... we don't know yet... TBD...

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Re: MusE 3.1pre4

Postby Tim E. Real » Fri Feb 14, 2020 1:23 am

PS: MidiName is almost here for LV2. Very soon. Barring these nasty noise problem fixes...

You'll be able to use AVLDrums, or use DrumGizmo and switch kits on the fly,
without having to resort to clumsy MusE instrument definitions or things of that nature,
and all the drum note names will be there automatically.

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Re: MusE 3.1pre4

Postby Tim E. Real » Fri Feb 14, 2020 3:26 am

Re the noise: It was broken last month, be me :oops:

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    - Oops! Fix bug 765: Crackling in recorded files. Caused by 01.01.2020 commit. (Tim)
      Changed SndFile::write(): wrFrames = realWrite(srcChannels, src, n, liveWaveUpdate);
       to wrFrames = realWrite(srcChannels, src, n, wrFrames, liveWaveUpdate);

It looks like this may have affected more than just bouncing 'cause that's
the place where wave file are truly, finally written.

Apologies to anyone affected by this in the last month.


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