S4 MK3 Cue Point Drifting in TT Mode

I'm having my cue point when in TT mode drift on me, what I mean by that is when I'm scratching and I left the cue at say the 6 o'clock position, when I go to spin the jog back the cue is no longer at 6, it's moved to the 7 o'clock position. Each time I come back it will keep moving clockwise around the jog.


I know that this was a long standing issue, but it seems to me it had been fixed as I haven't noticed it in a while, but as soon as I installed the latest update that just came out, I am noticing the drift again.(and if it's like before it only affects the deck in TT but in JOG mode it is fine) Can anyone else that knows what I'm talking about verify for me that It had been fixed? Or am I just smoked and it's never been fixed?


I think i will roll back the latest update and check for myself. But i'd still like to hear anyone else that knows what I'm talking about. I'll post my results after I roll it back.

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  • Ryan_NI
    Ryan_NI BerlinCustomer Care Posts: 157 mod

    Hey @DJ_DichOtomy - it's my understanding that this issue hasn't been fixed yet, unfortunately.

  • DJ_DichOtomy
    DJ_DichOtomy Member Posts: 6 Sine

    I was just curious, if the Traktor team are aware of this issue, it's very annoying and makes it extremely difficult to scratch and kind of makes the spinning jog wheels pointless. Further info: I'm on a Windows 10 machine using an s4 mk3 and the bug is present in the beta as well as previous versions. I'm using the ASIO drivers from Native Instruments specifically for the s4 mk3.

  • dannravv
    dannravv Member Posts: 1 Noise

    i am having the same issue on the latest version of traktor on both my Macs using Montery and big sur. Jog mode is even worse and if i try to scratch the cue points go off by quiet a bit in both TT and Jog. Also if i do a spin back teh jog wheel spins then it has a mind of its own by spinning forward. It's unusable. i am on the s4 mk3 also and have never had this issue before until this week.

  • DJM (Sagar)
    DJM (Sagar) Member Posts: 12 Sine
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    If this is happening in jog mode, you may want to try resetting the controller from preferences and resetting the main settings tsi.

    I had the cue point drift in jog mode and doing both the above made my S4 mk3 work like it used to. Worth a try.

  • DJ_DichOtomy
    DJ_DichOtomy Member Posts: 6 Sine

    It's not in Jog mode unfortunately, works perfectly in fact, only when I switch it to TT mode for scratching which ironically is when you really need your cue point to not move. Oh well I'm used to it now and I suppose if it didn't drift it'd feel weird to me. yeah

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