In GP 4.7, I am using a 16-channel audio mixer plugin and for a reason I don’t understand, the faders for channels 9-10 and 11-12 are linked together, i.e. if I move one, the other moves as well.
It is of course not the intended behavior, I want the faders to be independent.
Anything wrong I have made? I don’t see in the documentation the way to get there.
I cannot reproduce.
Can you upload a small gig file showing the issue?
No widgets? You are just moving the faders in the mixer (with you mouse, etc.)?
Yes. And to pianopaul’s question, I usually don’t reproduce and only have that behavior in two large gigs with many instruments. One with this 16-channel mixer, and one with a 8-channel mixer, where 1-2 and 3-4 are linked.
Btw, I just upgraded to 4.8 praying that the issue could be fixed, but nothing has changed.
Note that in these gigs, I have other audio mixers that work just fine.
Ok, can you export a problematic rackspace and upload this rackspace?
Well, that’s probably because nobody has ever reported a problem like you describe
In these two larges gigs you have probably linked this two channels faders. Do you have fader or knob widgets in these gigs ? Do you have widgets mapped to the mixer ? Are the widgets mapped to the mixer linked together ? Or are they controlled by the same MIDI controller ?
What do you move exactly and how exactly ? (Do you move the faders in the Mixer plugin window ? Do you use widgets ? Do you use fader/knobs of your controller?)
thanks for your questions that led me to the solution. Yes, in this gig, I have a knob linking the volumes and I had just forgotten about it !
Sorry for the dummy question and thanks for your help!