Subject: RE: [ecasound] problem with chain operators connected to multiple chains
From: Stuart Allie (Stuart.Allie_AT_hydro.com.au)
Date: Thu Aug 19 2004 - 01:51:36 EEST
> On Wed, 18 Aug 2004, Stuart Allie wrote:
> > Note sure if this is desired behaviour or not... starting with the
> > following chain setup:
> > Now, if I add a chain operator to *both* chains, eg via
> > -a:1,2 -ea:150
> > I get nothing, despite having applied the Amplify chain operator to
> > *both* chains.
> Yup, this is a feature. 'cop-add' does not support adding operators to
> multiple chains. I'll add a warning about this to the docs.
Did this behaviour change some time in the past? It's just that the man
page for ecasound says:
-a:chainname1, chainname2, ...
Selects active signal chains. All effects, inputs and outputs
following this '-a' option are assigned to selected chains
(until a new -a option is specified).
And the examples page has an example of applying -ea: to 2 chains at
I notice that ao-add *does* work with multiple chains.
Also, perhaps it would be useful to issue a warning if a command line
chain setup does try and do this.
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