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Old 01-02-2009, 01:37 PM
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Default Control 24 Buggy in PT8

Firmware update/ fix with 8.1, pretty please. Ever since moving to PT 8, my Control 24 is dropping off-line and all indicators are "lighting up" and freezing. Very occasionally under 7.x, the unit would go offline (no lights), but for many years (after replacing the ome power supply) it was generally rock-solid...... with PT 8, it's a chronic , twice-daily occurrence. I have a new Mac Pro as well, so I'm using a dedicated ethernet port. Powering the unit off and on is the fix....but it's getting somewhat annoying. Any body else?

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Old 01-04-2009, 08:27 AM
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Default Re: Control 24 Buggy in PT8

Not the same problem, but if i have my midisport 2x2 enabled in the midi preferences, my Control 24 wont move off the first bank of 24 channels. If i bank or nudge up the controller, it instantly shoots back to the first 24 tracks.

My midisport is usb, and Control24 is obviously ethernet, so the conflict is confusing....

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Old 01-04-2009, 11:36 AM
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Default Re: Control 24 Buggy in PT8

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Ever since moving to PT 8, my Control 24 is dropping off-line and all indicators are "lighting up" and freezing. Very occasionally under 7.x, the unit would go offline (no lights), but for many years (after replacing the ome power supply) it was generally rock-solid...... with PT 8, it's a chronic , twice-daily occurrence. I have a new Mac Pro as well, so I'm using a dedicated ethernet port. Powering the unit off and on is the fix....but it's getting somewhat annoying. Any body else?

Mac Pro 2.8 eight-core
HD1 PCIe
PT8
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