• 2020-09-14

    Hi there,

    I'm currently using a Midas M32 for live shows that we also stream on facebook. And with Facebooks new rule regarding recorded music I need to find a solution for the playlists that plays between sets.

    I'm sending a matrix of the desk to our camera which is streaming the show and I wondered wether I could somehow omit the stereo track I play music from the matrix?

    Many thanks,


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    • Richard Hunt
      Kyle Johnson Hi Richard, Kyle here with Music Tribe. It depends on how you are feeding the Matrix. If you have the Main LR mix sent to the Matrix, everything in the Main LR Mix would be sent out. Assuming you want to keep the track playing in the house, you would want to use a Mix Bus to feed your Matrix bus, and just don't add that track to the mix bus.
      • Mon at 8:20 AM
      • Can I omit a track from a matrix on M32?
        Richard Hunt Thanks, that's what I was thinking.
        • Mon at 8:33 AM
  • 2020-08-04

    So I have the GO XLR with the Shure SM7B dynamic mic. During stream I have an echo that is extremely noticable and comes and goes throughout the stream. No changes are made to the mixer or sounds itself when it decides to have issues. I have done a ton of troubleshooting - uninstalled / reinstalled drivers manually, check all cord connections, removed from any interference, disabled all filters in OBS, disabled any additional audio devices in OBS, made sure sound was not coming from another audio source in the background, tweaked multiple settings in the mixer, etc. 

    I CAN NOT figure out why it is happeneing... It is driving me nuts... please save me


    The video file has been to large but if you look at this video starting at the 31:45 mark you will see the change on the echo / reverb to back to normal within 15 seconds. 

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    • Johnhollis819
      Alexander Lane Hi, could you submit this as a care ticket please? Click support at the top of the page, create a care ticket and select technical support. Then fill out the required fields, thanks!
      • Aug 6
  • 2020-07-31


    I have a difficult, chronic problem that I can't seem to find, and I think the issue might be a hardware issue with my UMC1820. Let me try to describe my set up, and the subsequent problem.

    I am using the 1820 as a soundcard (and more) to run my Internet Radio station. I ask a lot of that unit. It is USB connected to my PC. The PC runs everything: The Automation Software called "PlayoutONE", the Internet Broadcast Software called "Rocket Broadcaster Pro", and the Audio Processor software called "StereoTool". 

    I have two Audio consoles: A Behringer X2222, I use it as the final output to the Internet. It has 1 of the 4 pair outputs from the 1820 sent to a stereo channel. That is a single channel from my Automation Software. It runs 24/7 this way, unless I choose to do a live program. For my live shows, I use a 10 channel Arrakis Broadcast console. I have three pairs of Stereo Outputs from the 1820 feeding 3 faders on that console. To get on the air seamliessly when I switch from automated to live, I send a Stereo Program out of the Arrakis into a second stereo channel on the X2222. I bring that fader up on the X2222 and I can be live without a glitch.

    Since I am only using one PC for all the software, and I am using a hardware mixer, etc. I need a way to send the Mix from the Audio Consoles back into that same PC to feed program audio into the Stereo Tool Audio Processing software before it's finally sent out to the Internet. The 1820 ialso provides that for me. So as you can see, this device is getting plenty of work. This thing sounds great, and I have been extremely pleased with my decision to buy an 1820

    So now, the issue....

    Sporatically, the station audio cuts out for 5 or 6 seconds. It could be every few hours, or a few times an hour. When it happens, you hear the station audio cut out abruptly, then after a few seconds, as the signal returns, the audio slowly fades back to full volume, obviously the audio processing software is causing that. In trying to troubleshoot this, here's what I can see:

    1. I see the program channel still working, so the Automation Software isn't the issue, nor the 4 Stereo Pair outputs from the 1822. I have a visual on them with VU meters.

    2. This happens both during the automated programs as well as my live shows, so I can rule out audio console issues. If I monitor program on my console, I don't hear the drop outs.

    3. I do see an outage on the Stereo Tool's Console.When the station drops out, I don't see any activity on the console. So it would seem the issue is between the output of the 1820 and the input of the Audio Processing software. 

    Does anyone have any ideas? Can it be a hardware issue with the 1820? Can you overwork that device and when it hits a threshold, it craps itself? 

    I'm sorry for the very long ramble here, I am just trying to provide as much info as possible to see if someone has an idea. I'm considering buying another 1820 and swapping it out to see if that makes the issue go away, but I thought I would take a shot here before I do that.


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    • Robert Alfano
      Alexander Lane Sound like some kind of driver issue to me. Are you on PC or MAC?

      If PC...

      Are you using ASIO driver from the Behringer website? Sometimes people use ASIO4ALL and it's not as stable as using the driver from the product page on the site.
      • Jul 31
    • Robert Alfano
      Alexander Lane I would also recommend trying another USB cable, make sure it's a fairly short cable too.
      • Jul 31
    • Robert Alfano
      Robert Alfano I was using ASIO, but switched it back because ASIO limited my options inside of the Radio Automation Software. I don't understand why, but I had less options to choose where I need at least 4 stereo options. Also, if I remember, I lost the ability to use the USB connection from my PC to my Arrakis console. But I can try a different USB cable for sure
      • Jul 31
    • Robert Alfano
      Robert Alfano I think I found the issue. I am having consistency issues with the levels of the various sources, and I think that is causing the issue. Overriding the audio from those sources from the automation system causes the drop out.
      • Aug 29
    • Robert Alfano
      Robert Alfano I have a follow up question on my findings from above. I have recorded Tone at Zero DB and played it back from my Automation system and I see some big differences in levels. Currently, in the automation software, I set Outs 1&2 (Main Outs) as Player 1, 3&4 Outs as Player 2 and 5&6 as Player 3 and 9&10 as Player 4. Those all come up on corresponding pots on my board. When I play back the Tone in each Player with the faders in the same location, the VU Meters show a wide variance of audio. Is there a way to set those levels? There is no way in the Automation software to set levels. I think if I can set those to be consistent, lots of my issues will disappear. Wondering if anyone has any thoughts on how to accomplish that on the 1820. Thanks
      • Aug 29
  • 2020-07-18
    Hi All, We have been doing a lot of livestreaming and are now able to have 50 people shows, socially distanced. I have figured out a method of splitting our X32 Rack into two 16 channel mixers, 16 for hose mains/monitors and a virtual 16 for livestream, sharing the same preamps. The limitation is 16 channels, I will expand on that but am wondering if anyone else would find this setup worthy of asking Behringer to make a livestream version of X32 Edit capable of a 32 channel split. 32 for house and 32 for virtual livestream. • First in Routing under LOCAL 1-8, 9-16 = 1-8, 9-16 and 17-24, 25-32 = 1-8, 9-16 • On X32 Edit select MAIN LR, channels 1 to 16 are only going to Main Stereo LR. Channels 17 to 32 are only going to M/C • Select M/C turn off signal on channels 1 to 16, Turn on signal for 17 to 32 * Go to Setup > Mixer: Uncheck M/C depends on Main LR • Send M/C to Matrix 1, 2 (this is mono so need a way to do this in stereo). Output on Aux Output 1,2 • Send a set of buses say 11,12 to Matrix 1, 2 (this allows for stereo image) • Select MAIN LR go to Fx 1L, Fx 1R and send them only to M/C. Now Send FX Bus 13 to Matrix 11,12 • Monitor: Send M/C to Matrix 3, 4. Output on Aux Output 3,4 In this configuration channels 1 to 16 are independent from channels 17 to 32 except for the preamp gain. I can also help mix the show from home using a remote desktop. It would be fantastic if Behringer could modify the software to make this do a 32 channel split by adding 33-48 DCA and 49-64 DCA and a second M/C (M/C 2) so it could be a true stereo out and 32 channel capability.
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    •  William Sanderson
      Dr Paine Hi William.

      The processing you are requiring would effectively be a X64 (which does not exist!). There will be no way to expand the channels on the X32 although The Wing has more channel capabilities and might be worth checking out in the future. Regarding what you currently have, I can think of a couple of things that may tidy the setup.
      1. Your separate mix for broadcast could simply be sent to stereo Group, where its output can be assigned to any desk out output or stage box. No need to keep in mono. You could assign a DCA to control the group
      2. Depending on if you wish to compromise on channel processing, you could use 32 channels for Live and make a stereo Aux bus for broadcast (again sent direct to the outs of the desk or stage box). if set as post aux send, in theory you're mix would replicate your live mix if all sends are at 0db and relative to any changes. This has the benefit of compensating (i.e boost or cut the sends) for loud and quite instruments that are a different level live (I sometimes find guitars are too quiet in a desk recording because they are loud on stage so low in the mix). This method has the benefit of controlling everything at once. i.e. if there is an issue with an instrument, muting once will mute the live feed.

      Another consideration is that splits can not only be don in the desk but with AES50 as well, meaning another console X or M or even the M32 rack could split of the preamps for totally independent control

      We are not expecting any changes to the X32 channel count in the future. Hope all of this info helps
      • Aug 5
  • 2020-07-16
    Hi. I want to use the MR 18 to connect a microphone and my piano for use in webcasts. But, when I connect the console to the USB, it recognizes the connected console, but the audio from the console is not heard on the PC. Thanks for your help
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    • CiroValdez
      Dr Paine Hi, In short the MR18 can be used for webcasts (Like a sound card). Things to check first:

      1. That your PC settings are switched to the MR18. Also check the webcast software is set to this as well.

      2. By default the MR18 outputs are routed for multitrack recording (i.e. each input is sent individually down 18 channels of USB). Go to the In/Out-USB sends tab in M Air Edit and change USB 1 and 2 to be post fader LR Mix. This way, the stereo send of the mixer will output to usb ch1&2.

      There are many other little settings. Please report back how you get on. Myself and the community will be happy to help further!
      • Jul 20
  • 2020-07-12
    I can't figure out how to be heard through programs like Zoom. I can obviously hear and see, but not sure how to get my audio into the program. I have U-phoria UMC404HD, and Windows 10 latest updates. Any thoughts?
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  • 2020-06-30
    Im using Windows and Streamlabs OBS as my recording software. Not only does my computer categorize my TC-Helicon as an "other" device and not as a mic input, but because of that, my livestreaming software won't allow me to use it's features. Its does not register any of the functions of the Perform-V. Is this a known issue?
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    • lunalyrik
      Nic Jones Hi there.

      Could you please provide me with some more information on your setup?

      Are you using a Windows or Mac System, and what Version/OS are you using?

      Does the Perform V show up in any other software, such as a DAW (Logic/Reaper)? If so does it work correctly?

      Does the device show up in the Windows Device Manager, or the Mac System Report? If so what is it identified as? If you could send over a screen shot aswell that would be great!

      Are you connecting straight to the device or to a hub?

      Are you using any USB Adapters?

      If you can provide the above we can try to identify whats going on and find the resolution for you.
      • Jul 7
  • 2020-06-21
    Hey y’all We are trying to send our FOH X-32 mixer out to another room about 30-50 feet away in order to do separate mix on a DAW computer (ie. Reaper or Pro Tools). We have heard can’t send USB too far then have signal issues or something. Can someone provide info how you’d send the X32 via the X-USB port to another room to a computer? Thanks.
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    • John Pearce
      Alexander Lane About 5 meters is your limit, 16 feet roughly. Might be worth getting a S16 or S32 digital snake to solve this :)
      • Jun 22
  • 2020-06-03


    I have just purchased a Behringer 1204USB to use as a mixer for recording podcasts. I am going through the initial set up and I have some issues.

    When plugging in my mics to the mixer, they are not being powered at all. The 2 mics I have are the Audio Technica AT2100x and the Pyle PDMIC58. I know the AT2100x works as I have been using it as a usb mic up until now.

    The mixer shows the LEDs to indicate that it is on and phantom power is on, all the mute LEDs work as well. I have tried using 2 different cables (XLR to XLR and XLR to 2.5in) on every input on the mixer. I have also tried with phantom power both on and off. I have tried plugging the mixer directly into a wall socket.

    Please let me know if you need any more info. Any help would be much appreciated.

    Thanks in advance!

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    • Vincent Talladira
      Jay Tilton

      I have a suggestion... 

      first go to the Beringer website and download the drivers for your mixer including the ASIO drivers 

      then plug in your mixer via USB to an available USB 2.0 or 3.0 port on the back of the motherboard when the software asks for you to do so. 

      when complete... (make sure all channels are muted first)
      Plug in your mics into channels 1 and 2 and turn your main all the way down 

      unmute channels 1 and 2 or just 1 first the 2 second and then gradually turn up the mic gain while talking into the mic "TEST TEST 1 2 3" etc... if you see the clip light blink then you know you are getting a signal from the mics then turn it down a bit then slowly turn your main up while doing "MIC check..." (I dont know if you have and amp connected or going into the computer into a DAW but some where you should either hear your voice or see lights blinking on the main out or some kind of activity... If you are trying to get a signal into your DAW and nothing happens from what I suggest then quite possibly you might not have your Mixer selected as the default in the recording tab in your Sound Control Panel. OR You May Not Have your Mixer selected in your DAW settings or your ASIO settings could be not set to see your mixer or you dont have your audio track in your DAW pointed to your mixer and "armed for record" either. Those could be all that I can think could be the scenarios I hope I could help... Please let us know if any of what I sugested worked and HOPE I didn't cornfuse you ?

      • Jun 3
    • Vincent Talladira
      Jay Tilton

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      P.S. try pressing the red USB buttons in.. I have the XENYX1832USB and sometimes when I don't get sound its because I forgot to press one of the buttons

      • Jun 3
    • Vincent Talladira
      Andrew Sorgenfrei

      Are you using any sort of software for recording. If so that may not be following the correct path. Also try going into your computer settings and setting up microphone and sound settings. make sure the Behringer board is set up there. 

      Hope this helps.


      • Jun 5
  • 2020-05-27

    I'm trying to get our church's live stream going, we have a camera and no audio because it is connected via sub and I would like to connect our mixer to OBS. We have a Behringer europower pmp 6000 

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    • Gilbert Alcala
      Rex Beckett


      Hello Gilbert, welcome to the community.


      You could use the mixer's Main 2 outputs for your OBS feed. You would need a USB audio interface to connect to the computer. Something like the UMC202HD would work and has low latency.

      • May 27
    • Gilbert Alcala
      Andrew Sorgenfrei

      Hello, Any Time you want to hook up to mixer for a live stream a USB interface would have to be added. Depending on the Mixing board you can do this by using Midi Cables or buy using 6.5 mm stereo cords for the L and R channel. The USB interface is what will tie it all together though. Currently I am using the Behringer UMC 404HD. you can probably go to something smaller and most likely because you are using the Behringer board as well a 2 channel will be fine. 

      • Jun 3
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