Thread: Command8 faders
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Old 10-07-2018, 07:58 PM
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Default Re: Command8 faders

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Originally Posted by albee1952 View Post
Run the fader calibration routine? Google the web for a manual to explain how to do this. If you have automation that jumps up/down a lot, it could be normal mechanical noise
Ok, here's what fader test shows:

Lower position:
Fader 1: T=141; 0
Fader 2: T=144; 0
Fader 3: T=142; 0
Fader 4: T=141; 0
Fader 5: T=140; 0
Fader 6: T=142; 0
Fader 7: T=142; 0
Fader 8: T=142; 0

Middle position:
Fader 1: T=142; 509
Fader 2: T=144; 508/509
Fader 3: T=142; 509
Fader 4: T=142; 507/508
Fader 5: T=141; 510/511
Fader 6: T=143; 509/510
Fader 7: T=142; 509/510
Fader 8: T=142; 509/510

Upper position:
Fader 1: T=142; 1023
Fader 2: T=144; 1023
Fader 3: T=142; 1023
Fader 4: T=142; 1023
Fader 5: T=141; 1023
Fader 6: T=142; 1023
Fader 7: T=142; 1023
Fader 8: T=142; 1023

As I understand values 0-1023 represent fader's position but what is T parameter?
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