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Hi Everyone,

 

My first post here. I must say that the knowledge base at this forum is very impressive. Learnt a lot of nifty tricks just by reading the posts.

 

We use a leap frog for a lot of our smaller gigs(with a broad range of Robe movers and Griven generics). On a couple of occassions now, the submaster data on the desk has dissappeared on restarting the desk. I had to reload the show form the floppy. Is this a bug, has anyone else come across this?

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If it happens again, try changing the submaster page and then back to page 1 and see if the submasters are OK then. This is something I remember from a while back, but it was one of those things that only happened occasionally :?

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If it happens again, try changing the submaster page and then back to page 1 and see if the submasters are OK then.

 

Well, i hope it doesnt doesnt happen again :D

 

In both the cases the the submaster data was form different memories transfered to the submaster (trasnfer with no time). The memories in question were intact, so were the pallets and other data.

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Did the submaster data disappear from the Submasters screen as well or just from the outsputs when raising a submaster fader ?

 

Just trying to verify whether the actual submaster data had disappeared from the show file or if it was not reloaded onto the faders after a power cycle.

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Did the submaster data disappear from the Submasters screen as well or just from the outsputs when raising a submaster fader ?

 

If i recall correctly, it seems its just from the outputs when raising a submaster fader. Restarting the desk again doesnt solve the problem.

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Our FatFrog has always done this, from new, in spite of software upgrades.

 

Our symptoms are slightly different, in that sub-masters show "Empty" on the screen.

 

We NEVER record directly to subs - always to memory, then transfer the cues to the subs to run the show.

 

We've never lost anything from memory

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