Is anyone else getting this shown in the giff attached?
It happens when I use and fader controllers, tried x2 Frontier Alpha Tracks and a Nektar Panorama P4, same issue. I try to adjust the volume on a track and then it suddenly jumps to another track and changes it’s volume instead. But then in the cubase mixer history only the track i actually wanted to select shows evidence of a mixer change even though clearly two tracks have been affected. However as you see in the giff when i undo the mixer volume it adjust the volume on both the track i wanted, and the random track it jumped to.
In the giif it shows i tried to adjust volume on the track called “Old Sax”, this is shown in the mixer history. But when i undo it also adjust the volume on the group track you see called “GA Prc Grp”, clearly there’s something wrong. If you pay close attention to the giff you see the mixer history shows a -2.20 db reduction, this doesn’t reflect on the “Old Sax” track it should and says it registered to, it registers on the group track it randomly jumped to. This is happening repeatedly. already re-installed several times and tried 3 different controllers on multiple usb ports. All the controllers have 100% been set up correctly.
I never had this on windows 7, ever, and it happens in both Cubase 11 and 9.5 on windows 10. Obviously I’m forced to mix with my mouse now as this is totally useless, does anyone know what this could be?
Windows 10 1909
Gigabyte 470HD MB
32 gb 3000 Corsair Ram
Cubase 11 & 9.5.5