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Jup-8 V4 bug?
« on: March 04, 2021, 12:54:01 pm »

Over the last few days, I have noticed that the Filter Cutoff on the Jup-8 V4 is behaving erratically. By this, I mean that it is moving by itself (no automation being used in my project at this stage), and when I click and drag the Filter Freq slider, it doesn't behave as it should. It always moves with the mouse, but upon release, it doesn't stop at the value I released the mouse at. As mentioned, I currently have NO automation programmed in for the two instances of Jup-8 that I am using in my project. I am however using the Jun-6 and the Prophet plug-ins from the V Collection 8 in the same project, these are behaving as normal. The erratic behaviour is ONLY happening with the two instances of Jup-8.

My midi controller is the Keylab 49 Mk1. My other midi devices (Elektron Analog Four mk2 and Analog Heat) are both powered off during the time I encountered these issues with Jup-8. I have checked for other midi data such as Channel Pressure/Aftertouch, to make sure that nothing else is sending messages to the Jup-8 and causing a change. The erratic behaviour happens even when the Keylab is turned off too.

I am using the latest version of Bitwig Studio 3.3.3. on Windows 10 Pro.

I recently updated the software in Arturia Software Centre, and I can't remember if this is the first project I have used the latest version of the Jup-8 V4 since updating in ASC. So I'm not sure if this is a new bug. However, I have used the Jup-8 frequently since upgrading to V Collection 8 a few months back, and this is the first time I am experiencing this erratic behaviour with the Filter Cutoff. Everything else on the Jup-8 seems to be working as normal.

Is anyone else experiencing issues with Jup-8 V4?

Thanks :) 


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