SOLVED!!!

It wasn't a defective alphaTrack at all, it was the M-Audio keyboard that has a little volume slider. For some reason, it's volume settings would override all others. So I reset the m-audio, by just unplugging it, and dropping it's volume to 0.

Thanks for the help CS. I'll be sure to calibrate anyway. Didn't know how to do that before.

-alex-


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Hi,

I've been loving my AlphaTrack for about 2 years now. Using it with Logic 8, it's been an incredible tool for my mixes. It's been 100% problem free... until now.

I upgraded to OS X 10.5.8 (From 10.4.11) and funny things started happening. Specifically, the fader will randomly jump levels (changing the instrument level in Logic). It is driving me crazy. There's a ghost in the machine who's hell bent on destroying my mixes!

Here's a .mov of the freaky behavior (notice the lack of automation in Logic): http://alexweinstein.com/videos/alphatrack-problem.mov

Any ideas on how to fix this?