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Old 12-13-2023, 06:01 AM
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Default Re: Fader in D-Command goes only up to -77.6dB in Pro Tools when pushed all the way u

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I will follow your suggestion later today but for two new faders to exhibit the same issue in the same slot... I don't know, it seems that it is more the slot than the fader.
You're probably right, I just figured this was a great way to double check. If you've got a multimeter you might be able to find out if you just have a loose pin in the connector. It's also possible to plug it in one pin off which I've also done before lol
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