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Sub Master Memory loss

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Run on Fat Frog s/w 9.8 I have on several occasions lost the generic elements of the Submasters. The fixtures still function ok as programmed. After loading show all ok, then 10-15 mins later no generics !

Am I going mad or is their a way of inhibiting "generics"operation after programming that I am triggering?

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Some thoughts...

 

You've not got a long fade time set on the submasters have you? The default is currently 3s, which sometimes causes confusion/annoyance.

 

Are you changing submaster pages, hence the faders may be active on a different page to the one displayed (page overlay)?

 

Is it always the same submasters, or always on the same submaster page? Does the loss of submasters occur after a power down of the desk?

 

Finally, and I know this is probably a silly question, but it's not the Grand Master or Blackout is it?

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Paul - thanks for the reply.

 

1 - My default times were 1's.

 

2 - I was using sub master pages 1 to 10 (all zero before changing page)

 

3 - occured on all pages

 

4- If grand or blackout "on" fixtures would have also been off

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