• 2020-06-10

    I bought the Go and it arrives soon. The Go has 3 zones that handle an Amp per zone. If you were to hook up 3 model d's you would (if 1000 mA's is correct in the Model D's usage) be out of power. In the video they do much more.  I need to know what the true Model D mA usable is. Modulargrid says 580 mA's but im afraid to go by that. Im surprised Behringer has not posted this anywhere but they havent. Any info would be appreciated.

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  • 2020-06-10

    Not very good on the Internet can you please call me at 808-321-2181 really need your help fixing my pedal I love this pedal and have shown it to hundreds of people as I am a touring musician is not working properly now

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  • 2020-06-10

    Today, I found the oscillators on my Neutron have practically stopped working. If I increase the levels to max, I can barely hear the oscillators which seem to be accompanied by a noise. I just wanted to check here if this is a hardware malfunction or if it's something people have seen and can be solved easily

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  • 2020-06-10

    Hi all I'm not sure which power supply I need to order I've got a behringer dx100 pro mixer 2 channel but I'm unsure which one on this site I need to order can anyone help me please 

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  • 2020-06-10

    I have a question for the TonePrint community, or possibly even support if they are listening.  I have a Mini Flashback and Mini HOF, so my experience is limited so far to just those two.  Specifically on the FB, if I start from a digital 2290 template, and start tweaking every parameter to exactly match the setting of the Analog template, do I arrive at essentially an equivalent toneprint?  Or are there unique delay sampling algorithms behind each template that make it impossible for one to truly replicate another.  With reverb, it would seem to be even more algorithm-dependent, but my question still stands: is it possible to arrive at the Spring reverb toneprint by starting with a Hall template and tweaking parameters?

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  • 2020-06-10

    Excuse my ignorance, but I got the TD-3 and would like to connect this to my Roland 505 DJ controller which has a built in drum machine and sync clock. Then have them sync up so I can play the TD-3 and the drum machine in time. Alternatively I use serato on my PC which links to the 505 sync clock etc etc
    The TD-3 is recognised as a Midi device in serato via USB but not sure how to sync them.

    Am I getting this all wrong..? hope someone can help somehow.

    Regards  

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  • 2020-06-09

    Why Behringer Crave does not allow  save patterns

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  • 2020-06-09

    I'm getting no wet signal from the mono output. The stereo output works fine. 

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    • Matthew Ford
      Tc Mike

      Can you confirm that you also use the mono input or is the pedal fed in stereo via both inputs?

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  • 2020-06-09

    Hey TC Electronic folks,

    I have lots of your gear and really love the features and quality.

    HOF II, Flashback II, Mini Corona, Mini Vortex, PolyTune and Ditto x4.

    I'm integrating my Beat Buddy with the Ditto X4 and there are several MIDI command mismatches.  I'm new to using MIDI but the research seems to indicate that mismatches are a common problem from vendor to vendor.

    It would only make sense for TC Electronics to provide a small MIDI manager software that allows owners to change the command numbers assigned to supported events.  That way the product could intergrate with any other pedal or devices using midi.  This would give you a completive advance especially with the drum machine crowd.  As it sits right now, I have to press the Ditto to change part, and while the loop is playing out I do a secord pedal press on Beat Buddy to complete the part transitions.

    Beat Buddy part transition command out is CC102 and I believe the Ditto X4 Program Change is CC85.

    Beat Buddy STOP oxFC (i think that means CC108 to you) and Ditto X4 STOP ALL is CC30.

    With a TC Electronics MIDI manager tool I might be able to automate some of the special effect functions too.

    I'm in the process of programming a MIDI Solutions Event Processor to handle these changes, but really thought this should not have been required to get it working right.  I'll be posting a YouTube video about making all this work together in a couple of weeks and hope to hear from you before the video.

    Finally,  I can find no documentation on TC Electronics MIDI implementation, and I'm relying of other forum post for this info.  Maybe you could forward me a white paper to something.

    Rock on....

    Bob

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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  • 2020-06-08

    Hello

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