Le 09/12/2012 11:58, Philippe Carriere a écrit :
I had not attempted that, and I have done it now. I confirm that the
volume control on the Saffire Pro24 labelled "Monitor" affects
outputs 1 and 2. Since it was set to a very low level, this explains
why outputs 1 and 2 were weak.
Le samedi 08 décembre 2012 à 22:38 +0100, Yves Grenier a écrit :
Le 19/11/2012 21:19, Philippe Carriere a
Le lundi 19 novembre 2012 à 19:30
+0100, Philippe Carriere a écrit :
Corrected in last revision 2253.
Ooooops. I mistook in the registers for Pro 24. I correct
this as rapidly as possible.
What seems not to work: the global "Activate Dim", which has no effect,
whatever the Dim Level is. As a consequence, the GD buttons have no
effect for any of the six lines.
Yves, can you update and test again ?
Sorry for testing so late.
Dim now works for all 6 output channel (Dim level OK, button
"Activate Dim" is OK, and buttons "GD" are OK).
But there is something strange with
Line/Out 1 and 2: the level is very weak, compared to Line/Out 3
to 6. Iverified all settings (especially the buttons for which
there is a very weak contrast between on and off) but I could
not find any explanation. I had not observed that with revision
Well, the monitoring behaviour is different between Pro 40 and Pro
24/14. More particularly, the front panel Monitor control;
Focusrite documentation mentions:
"Note that the front panel Monitor control affects only outputs 1
and 2, and is an additional volume control on top of the monitor
level set in Saffire Mix Control software."
It looks like it is a purely physical control, so moving this
control should modify what you hear. Had you an attempt like this
Now the level is similar on 1/2, 3/4 or 5/6. And the various Dim
buttons and cursors work on 1/2 exactly as on the others.
Sorry, I should have checked this control.
In any case, send me again the output of test-dice-eap -c1 -a
--port=fw1, provided you run the command while your settings are
active (and low output level for line 1/2 is obtained in
comparison with other line levels).
OK, so this is not a real problem, just slightly annoying.
Yet another remark: only the upper part
of the scale for all the potentiometers can be used, otherwise
the sound is totally muted when the cursor is in the lowest
There is no real muting with the sliders: they range from 0 to
-128dB, knowing that, when dim is activated, they are modulated
(simple addition) by the dim level which itself ranges from 0 to
-128dB (so that the whole range is from 0 to -256dB; related to
the fact that 4 bytes of the register are involved for each
It's probably true that -64dB is yet very low but this is a
specific character of Saffire Pro.