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#175 Some of the audio is not played

0.9.x
closed-fixed
terminator356
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7
2009-07-06
2008-02-02
cargobidibulle
No

This is not a major bug.

Regularly, Muse seems to forget the existence of an audio element within an audio track. The element is still displayed and available for edit, but cannot be played (it makes no sound).

This problems stops when Muse is restarted.

Anyway, thanks for Muse.

My environment
muse 0.9pre2
ubuntu 7.1
AMDx2

Discussion

  • terminator356
    terminator356
    2008-02-03

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    Ahh, I was wondering if that bug was still there.
    If it is the same bug I am thinking of, I have seen it.
    It can be very frustrating when it happens.
    It is a difficult bug to reproduce.
    But I will keep my eyes open for it, and I will try to
    reproduce it and fix it. It may (or may not) take some time!

    Meanwhile, please use the stable 0.9 release, or the latest CVS
    version, which are much better than pre2.

    Thanks. Tim.

     
  • terminator356
    terminator356
    2008-02-03

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  • cargobidibulle
    cargobidibulle
    2008-02-04

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    Hello Tim,

    I think this bug is linked to some edition (cut, paste, shift) of audio elements in main window. I could be wrong. I will pay more attention from now on.

    I just upgraded to version 0.9.

    Thomas

     
  • terminator356
    terminator356
    2008-03-04

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    I believe I can now reproduce this bug and I would consider it major!
    As I said, it's reeeeally annoying when trying to compose songs.
    Tested so far with 2 waveparts on a track: I can make it happen sometimes when I simply
    move one of the wave parts. No sound from the part. Then if I move the other part,
    even just a small amount, the sound will come back.
    If you follow the developer mailing list, you know I will be posting some changes
    soon which fix a DIFFERENT set of bugs, some are related to gluing/splitting waves,
    which sometimes also cause wave part muting. But I believe this bug is different.

    Getting out my can of special bug spray... I'll keep you posted... T356

     
  • terminator356
    terminator356
    2008-03-04

    • priority: 5 --> 7
     
  • cargobidibulle
    cargobidibulle
    2008-03-04

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    Hello,

    Yes, I have a similar way to cause that bug:

    I take one audio recording, split it in two, and bring the right part slighty toward left.

    Cheers

     
  • terminator356
    terminator356
    2009-07-06

    Sorry for this very late update here, but a fix was added last year.
    I consider this bug fixed now. If you still have problems, please let me know.
    I'll reopen it.
    From ChangeLog 30.04.2008:
    * Fixed mysterious intermittent wave part muting, as mentioned in 11.03.2008 (T356)
    - !!! PartList and EventList are now sorted by frame instead of tick, for wave parts only.
    Because fetchData() didn't like sorting by ticks.

     
  • terminator356
    terminator356
    2009-07-06

    • status: open --> closed-fixed