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    Default Mixtrack pro crossfader

    Hi all,

    The crossfader on my mixtrack pro seems to be malfunctioning. Can it be replaced?, and if so where can I purchase the part?

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    I don't think it can. What's wrong with it?
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    if i jam the fader the extreme left or right i still hear the track on the other side. The sound leaks

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    Not much you can do with bleeding faders.

    Good news/bad news though. I have a POS mixer that has a cross fader like that, and there is an easy fix, but it involves changing how you mix.

    Put the crossfader in the middle, and mix with your volume faders. It will do the same thing, but you won't get the bleeding sound.
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    Ok thanks much. I was just hoping i could have been changed.

    Thanks

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    Thanks a million MFilthy!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dripstep View Post
    Not much you can do with bleeding faders.

    Good news/bad news though. I have a POS mixer that has a cross fader like that, and there is an easy fix, but it involves changing how you mix.

    Put the crossfader in the middle, and mix with your volume faders. It will do the same thing, but you won't get the bleeding sound.
    This is the best fix.

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    Have you tried going in and messing with the mapping? If it's possible to adjust the sensitivity of the crossfader mapping I'd try that.

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