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Old 06-10-2018, 03:21 AM
niekbeem niekbeem is offline
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Default MCPRO & NUENDO: round-off dB readings to normal values?

I'm using Nuendo as my main DAW and it's almost impossible to get a normal dB-value when turning my MC Pro's Soft knobs. When dialling my Control Room Knob it always shows values like -10.1dB or 0.17dB instead of -10dB and 0dB for instance. And when trying to get it from 0.17dB to 0dB it jumps between 0.17db and -0.02dB........That's a bit annoying......
Am I doing something wrong?

Niek/ Amsterdam
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