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|ID||Category||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0007647||bugs||2018-07-11 23:37||2020-06-30 13:01|
|Platform||GNU / Linux||OS||Debian Stretch||OS Version||9.4|
|Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0007647: WAV region becomes muted after pitch shifting it|
|Description||Enclosed is a project that contains a processed sampled snare drum. When pitch shifting it (doesn't matter by which degree / direction) it becomes muted. Clicking the regions to get the properties reveals a peak value of -inf. |
The waveform amplitude doesn't change though.
This bug (?) seems not to be related to the issue when trying to pitch shift a region for which the source file is missing. If this is the case the waveform become totally flat after pitch shifting it (see below).
|Steps To Reproduce||Load the session in the attachment|
Hear the snare drum -> sound
Pitch shift the snare
Play again -> no sound
|Additional Information||Source file seems to be "40snare-3.wav", cause when this file is missing a missing file dialog comes up. Pitch shifting then leads to a flat line waveform as shown in the screenshot (http://i.imgur.com/PWiut5L.png)|
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