TP3, latest update. Source of the loop recorder is set to CUE (as this deosn't happen when it's set to main) Record a sample from a track in the loop recorder. Before: when recorded and played the sample inside the Loop recorder was at full volume, Dry/wet Knob mixing the signal between the loop recorder and the "main mix". That was the correct behaviour. Now: the volume output of the sample is somewhere halved. Making the whole loop recorder very difficult to use as to hear more clearly the sample, you have to push the d/w signal but then you're loosing the signal from the main mix. If you let the track you used as the source to play and push the d/w knob at 100% to hear the sample, you'll obviously hear and see the difference of volume. There is no new setting for the loop recorder for that volume output, there was none before. Gain/autogain never affected that either. There's no logical and/or practical reason for that to have been changed intentionally so I expect it to be a bug. It makes the loop recorder almost totally unusable practically speaking (and by extension partially the remix sets, as we use the loop recorder a lot to build samples/remix sets from tracks). That's a major annoying bug for those using the loop recorder/remix decks and worth using a previous version of TP2.