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    I leave my gains at zero in Traktor.

    If I load a track in Deck A, the gain stays at 0, like it should. But if I then load THE SAME TRACK into Deck B (for some juggling fun), the Gain changes itself, sometime to 2, or sometimes to 7.

    I have autogain disabled... What is going on?
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    do you have any controller attached?
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    Yes - I have the Zomo MC-1000 and some Novation Dicers.

    Nice sig, by the way...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patch View Post
    Yes - I have the Zomo MC-1000 and some Novation Dicers.

    Nice sig, by the way...
    Hehe thanks for the sig

    So, some time ago i had the same problem with my midi keyboard, its fader started misbehaving and since it seemingly automaps to every single VST around, i had my internal volume levels bouncing all over the goddamn place. Took me a while to figure out the reason.
    If you have your gain mapped to an encoder on the zomo, it is possible that said encoder has a faulty step, resulting in even low vibration to affect the parameter. Or it could be an electronic signal bleeding from the button you use to load your other song to deck B to the encoder (even tho this theory is very far-fetched)

    try unplugging everything you have in your USB ports, except for mouse and KB, and try doing the same process and report back
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