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- 5th December 2015 at 18:44 #26627
Latest Firmware and Utool being used.
With the new song autoload feature – had a single incident of during playlist
song ended. The next song in the list which is now “Auto loaded”….
I hit play and the track assignments were all wrong! Nightmare at show.
I use 4 mono tracks coming out direct outs – 1, 2, 3, 4
1&2 are the stereo backing track
3 band click
4 drummer click
When I started the song 3&4 were coming out 1&2
and 1&2 were coming out 3&4….
I quick hit stop —- totally embarrassing.
On the set break I checked it again and it was then correct out puts
couldn’t duplicate the issue..
Now at home —- same thing but I do have to let the song
prior to it play all the way through….
but yes the problem is still here and only on that song if
I let the song before it play through.
If I stop the song and restart it…. it will fix itself.7th December 2015 at 13:52 #26631LaszloKeymaster
Sorry to hear you had a problem with Cymatic Audio device.
Can you send me those files to firstname.lastname@example.org ? (please send me the the song folder with wav and settings file and the playlist file as well.)
Do you have a same issue in playlist and normal playback as well, when the next song are preloaded?11th December 2015 at 03:32 #26641
I sent you the video that shows you the exact behavior. The show file is over 6 gig… can’t really email that.
Did you get the video and watched it yet? Audio showing up in the wrong assigned outputs could be
very bad news for a lot of performers out there. Contact me asap so I can get you exactly what you need
to de-bug this issue.8th January 2016 at 03:00 #26711
Any time line on the Fix for the last update with the issues?
thank you8th January 2016 at 19:43 #26712LaszloKeymaster
We are already working on the next firmware release.
Sorry but at the moment I cannot tell you the exact time for the release.
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