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My first thought is that you should check your global settings and make sure that the volume knob is set to the output you are using (XLR, 1/4, or whatever).  Just set the volume knob to "Multi" and it should fix it unless you have a more serious problem.  For instance, if the global setting for the Vol knob is set to XLR or Digital,  but you're using the 1/4 output jack, your speakers are going to get 100% volume (line signal) regardless of where the knob is turned.

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4 hours ago, JLondon said:

My first thought is that you should check your global settings and make sure that the volume knob is set to the output you are using (XLR, 1/4, or whatever).  Just set the volume knob to "Multi" and it should fix it unless you have a more serious problem.  For instance, if the global setting for the Vol knob is set to XLR or Digital,  but you're using the 1/4 output jack, your speakers are going to get 100% volume (line signal) regardless of where the knob is turned.

I have the volume knob set to multi and it still doesn't work. It works with the  first preset when I fire it up and then i switch presets and the volume knob doesn't work again.  

 
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I've just encountered the same problem. It was very frustrating, at some point it stopped responding to any edits or changing presets.

But I closed HX Edit and then restarted a few times and it went back to normal - try that workaround, but I hope they'll address this problem...

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22 minutes ago, elirian666 said:

I've just encountered the same problem. It was very frustrating, at some point it stopped responding to any edits or changing presets.

But I closed HX Edit and then restarted a few times and it went back to normal - try that workaround, but I hope they'll address this problem...

 

Have you installed the 2.91 hotfix? It should take care of this issue.

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