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    2020-11-20

    Hey Guy!


    Let me ask first, does konnekt 8 now support macOS Big Sur?

     

    Thx.

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    • Seon Lee
      Nigel Turner Hi Seon. Konnekt 8 is a Legacy product I am afraid which means that there is no longer any support for it. I will check with the design team to see if they will be testing the software with Big Sur just in case.
      • Nov 22
      • does konnekt 8 now support macOS Big Sur?
        Seon Lee Thank you very much for your answer. Konnetkt 8 seems to have only 32-bit drivers, but I don’t know if the TC team will update the drivers again to support it.
        • Nov 22
      • does konnekt 8 now support macOS Big Sur?
        Nigel Turner Hi, I have had a reply from the design team. Unfortunately it is as I said above, konnekt 8 is no longer supported since Catalina because of 64 bit. There are no plans for updating the driver. You can use in/out, but the driver/control panel (TC Near) doesn't work
        • Tue at 1:01 PM
  • 2020-10-04

    I purchased the XR12 to use for podcasting. I love the app control features but Im not too familiar with what all they mean. Because the world of Covid-19 Im wanting to incorporate phone calls into my set up. I have an iPhone so first I use the lightning to aux adapter, then I habe the 4 pin 2x3 headphone and mic spliter. On the XR12, which channel should I set up for to hear phone audio and which output would I use so phone calller could hear our audio.

    I have attempted a few different channels just playing music on my phone. The audio sound quiet and im getting high static. Its not crisp like I would like.

    And when it comes to caller hearing, I dont want them hearing themselves. I tried changing their output to one side (left in my case) and plugges into left monitor.

     

    Is my desired setup even possible for this unit (Behringer Air XR 12)?

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    • Taylor Gibbons
      Rex Beckett If you are connecting the 3.5mm TRS headphone output from the phone to a single mixer channel, it will sound strange and be very quiet. Instead you should use a stereo splitter cable and connect to an odd/even pair of inputs (e.g. 5 & 6) for stereo - or you could just connect one of the plugs to a single channel for mono. This is an example of a suitable cable: https://www.amazon.com/Gold-Plated-Copper-Female-Adapter-Amplifiers/dp/B07G5565VX/ref=sr_1_5?dchild=1&keywords=3.5mm+socket+to+dual+ts&qid=1601830004&sr=8-5
      • Oct 4
      • xr12 for call audio for podcast.
        Taylor Gibbons Thank you for responding so quickly! Your description is exactly how the audio sounded. I will order the stereo splitter. I never knew what the buses were for. Ill have to read more about that to ensure Im setting it up properly.
        • Oct 4
    • Taylor Gibbons
      Rex Beckett The return signal to the caller needs to be a mix-minus. This is a mix of everything except the caller's voice. You can build this mix on one of the Buses and route it to one of the Aux outputs. Bus 1 is routed to Aux 1 by default. The Aux output level may be too high for the phone's input without including an attenuator of some sort. You will also need a splitter cable (as above) to connect the balanced mono Aux output to the phones's TRS mic input. A device like the iRig Pro would make the connections easier.

      The professional solution for connecting a phone to a mixer is called a Telephone Hybrid but they are usually not budget solutions. Something like this would handle connections over Bluetooth: https://www.jkaudio.com/bluekeeper.htm
      • Oct 4
  • 2020-09-24

    Hi, we have recently purchashed the above mixer so that we can deliver a live radio programme to a local community radio station from our home.

    We are using a piece of software called Broadcast Using This Tool (BUTT) to connect with the gear in the radio station studio from our home pc using the mixer.

    We have a mic connected in channel 1, the USB port is connected to our pc using the supplied cable, the 2-track inputs are connected to the headphone socket on the pc, and we have headphones attached to the phones socket.

    On testing this we can get the required level of volume we need on BUTT using the microphone,but when we play music from the pc we can hardly get any volume despite turning everything up to max.

    We have tried using a friends Behringer Xenyx Q502USB mixer and this works fine. The difference with the two mixers are that ours has 2 mic channels and the USB/2-Track area has push buttons marked as -USB/2-TR TO PHONES/CTRL RM and USB/2-TR TO MAIN MIXER, the other mixer only says TO PHONES and TO MAIN MIX.

    We have tried all combinations of pushing the buttons in and out but nothing works, so any advise would be appreciated as we are wondering if it is faulty.

    We are not techically minded so any advise we need to be very simple.

     

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  • 2020-08-12

    Hi

    I was wondering if it is possible to connect sound source and hear it without patching the sound through main output.

     

    There are two buttons "main out" and 'mono out'  unless  "main out" is pressed sound does not go into headphones.   

     

    PS I need this for readio broadcast, I need to hear remote studio while my own mic and sound goes to the station without their return.

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    • Pavel K
      Dr Paine You can define the main LR output to go to broadcast (via analogue or digital desk outs) and use the monitor out (on the rear of the desk) for your local cue/solo system. In Monitor->Monitor page you can select the source that the desk defaults to when no solo is pressed. This is normally LR by default but can be changed to Aux 5/6/7/8 if you require monitoring a broadcast send returning to the desk. The main outs and mono you described referent to the channel being assigned to the Main LR bus or mono bus
      • Aug 17
      • M32R - monitoring
        Pavel K Thanks very much for your reply. If I understand what you wrote correctly by changing monitor source to 5/6, I will only be able to hear what is coming to AUX5/6.
        Main out is set to 7/8 and main stereo refers to those channels so does all mics. So, if I hear what is received on 5/6, then I do not hear what is going through main out.
        But I may have misinterpreted something. If so, forgive me.

        While I was waiting for replies here, I was trying to solve this dilemma on my own, and this is how I figured it out:

        I assigned one pair of output XLRs on the back to a defined stereo bus and sent all the sources I need to broadcast to that bus. That way I can monitor everything that marked MAIN STEREO (OR) but only certain channels exit through Broadcast pair of xlr. The return for incoming audio from remote studio is coming in on aux-5 but I simply do not send this to xlr; I can hear that and everything else in my headphones.
        • Aug 17
      • M32R - monitoring
        Dr Paine With regards to setting monitor source to Aux 5&6, yes (when solo is disengaged) it will listen to just these inputs coming back.
        you can choose either LR or the Aux as default, or (if you want to mix both to broadcast, I would suggest setting to LT default and assigning Aux 5 & 6 to the LR bus. I sounds like you've got your head round it! Let me know if I can help further
        • Aug 18
      • M32R - monitoring
        Pavel K Thank you
        • Sep 30
  • 2020-08-07

    Hi all. I know theres been a shakeup of the forums here so I thought I would just post and see if there was a good answer to my question.

     

    I have seen various things on Youtube and other places of people using small microcontrollers like Arduinos and others to both send and receive commands from X32s. I have of course seen Patrick Maillot's site but it seems to be down now (404 from site.google when you try to go). 

    My question is: where can i see the full documentation and code of one of these projects? Its proving difficult to find. Specifically, I need to rig up an Arduino that can react to different signals sent out by the X32, such as turning on a light when a certain channel is opened, or shutting off another. I am well versed in the GPIO side of it, I know how to write scenes for the Arduino, but I have yet to find any example code of one that controls or can read signals from an X32. I'd also like to make one that can serve as a trigger for the Talkback button, as the X-Touch controller does not have one.

     

    Any and all help would be greatly appreciated!

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    • Jorge Rodriguez
      Thim Van Riel Hi Servo, it seems can't upload an PDF file over here. drop me an email at: [email protected] for an OSC guide. The X32 can receive and send out OSC commands. Is this something that would be enough for the Arduino to response at? (i don't know it)
      • Aug 12
  • 2020-08-07

    Hi all. I know theres been a shakeup of the forums here so I thought I would just post and see if there was a good answer to my question.

     

    I have seen various things on Youtube and other places of people using small microcontrollers like Arduinos and others to both send and receive commands from X32s. I have of course seen Patrick Maillot's site but it seems to be down now (404 from site.google when you try to go). 

    My question is: where can i see the full documentation and code of one of these projects? Its proving difficult to find. Specifically, I need to rig up an Arduino that can react to different signals sent out by the X32, such as turning on a light when a certain channel is opened, or shutting off another. I am well versed in the GPIO side of it, I know how to write scenes for the Arduino, but I have yet to find any example code of one that controls or can read signals from an X32. I'd also like to make one that can serve as a trigger for the Talkback button, as the X-Touch controller does not have one.

     

    Any and all help would be greatly appreciated!

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  • 2020-06-02

    HI!

    Welchen ASIO Treiber brauch ich für Behringer DX2000 USB, kann mir da bitte jemand bescheid geben?

    Danke

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    • Murhammer Andreas
      Rex Beckett

      Hello @murli , welcome to the community.


       


      There is not a specific driver for the DX2000USB. It should be supported by Windows as a USB Audio Codec without additional drivers. If you need an ASIO interface, you could use ASIO4ALL which works with the standard Windows drivers.

      • Jun 1
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  • 2020-05-21

     Hello, new to Behringer but hoping the Q502USB can help me create some entertaining podcast episodes... so I need to phone guests and record the conversation - can I use this new mixer to record phone conversations that will be used as part of the show?

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    • N Collins
      Andrew Sutton

      Buy a RodecasterPro.  It does it all. 

      • May 25
    • N Collins
      Andrew Sorgenfrei

      That's Awesome. I used to do Podcasts until I made the move to radio. We have recently been booking big names and interviewing them on our shows. Have you been able to get any talent booked and what kind of talent are you looking for for you podcast? Wish you lots of luck. 


      Where do you post your podcasts, and what is the Name of your podcast? 

      • Jun 3
  • 2020-05-21

    Can I connect Performer VK directly to my camera for Social Media live broadcast ? I am planning on using my iPhone 10.  Just ordered one.

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