• 2020-09-15

    To whom it may concern,

    we use a special configuration on our X32 (actual firmware installed) connected to two stageboxes (DL16, actual firmware installed). We use up to four scenes to precontrol our mixer. We store special settings as snippets (eg. using a delay for the leadvocal only in a special part of a song).

    We combine scenes and snippets as cues for gigs and use the cues to export cues, scenes and snippets together assigning a releasenumber to test different settings.

    Each time when we export the cues we get one shw-file for the cue, five .scn files for the scenes and as many .snp files for the snippets as we created snippets. Works like expect. But each time we will import the complete cue into X/M32 edit software only N-1 snippets will be imported to the software. For example if we have twelve snippet files in our environment only 11 will be imported. Each time the last on will be missed out.

    I tested this behaviour using the actual Linux 64 bit Version, the Version for macOs and for Windows. All show the same behaviour: the last snippet will not be loaded.

    Is there is any development on X/M32 edit software? Is there a chance to get this fixed? I just worked arround this issue by adding one additional snippet to the end of the list which is not needed. But this is not a real solution for me (if I once forget to implement the last snippet I have to reimport this missing snippet).

    Best regards and thanks in advance

    Matthias

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    • knaepp
      SRattanasay Where do I send speakers to be fix?
      • Tue at 4:34 AM
      • Bug in X/M32 Edit software?
        John Matthews If you have some speakers which need repairing then you can fill out the service request form via the support button and a member of the team will help you get this arranged.
        • Tue at 11:29 PM
    • knaepp
      John Matthews Hi SRattanasay, I'll report this bug to do the development team and see if it is replicated/ can be addressed. Thanks for bringing this to our attention.
      • Tue at 11:28 PM
  • 2020-09-15

    Hiya

    After several years of using my MR12 for a solo act with tracks we have our first band gig this weekend - exciting!

    Anyway at rehersal I found a couple of issues perhaps someone could advise on:

    I mic'd the kick drum but all the xlr type inputs were used to I went into one of the Jack's. I found I didnt really have enough gain and had to really boost the EQ. Is that because the mic inputs have pre-amps? I'm thinking a solution could be to go into the mic input of an old analogue mixer and out of the main as my input to the MR12  Would that he ok?

    Secondly I have two backing singer mics on stage but they are picking up a lot of bleed / background sounds  and are hovering around -20db. Should I gate those and if so what sort of settings would be required.

    Many thanks as always

     

    Wayne 

     

     

     

     

     

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    • Wayne Read
      Kyle Johnson Hi Wayne, Kyle from Music Tribe here. On the Kick Drum topic, yes. The first 4 inputs are equipped with the Midas PRO Preamps. The remaining 8 inputs are designed for Line level sources. You could absolutely run mics into a different mixer and use that as a submixer and then run the outputs into a pair of Line inputs on the MR12.

      For your backup singers, the best approach is always to try to resolve the issue without processing. So try to position the mics in such a way that they are not picking up as much unwanted sound. If that doesn't do the trick, the use using Gates would be the solution. Specific settings would have to be dialed in when you're in the room with the performers. You'll want to set the threshold to the point where the gate only opens when the singers are singing.
      • Tue at 3:43 PM
    • Wayne Read
      Wayne Read Many thanks Kyle
      • Wed at 12:56 PM
  • 2020-09-10

    I had someone push a button somewhere that effects the routing of the effects.  The 4 internal effects on Buss 13,14,15 and 16 show signal going into Buss 13-16 on the LED's above the faders, they are unmuted and the faders are on 0, but when I punch up the effects screen, the indicators don't show signal going into the effects units.  Yes, on the screen they show effects 1 on Buss 13/13,  effects 2 on Buss 14/14, effects 3 on 15/15 and effects 4 on 16/16.

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    • SoundmanRon
      Dave Morrison The easiest way for us to find the problem is for you to post your current scene on Dropbox, GoogleDrive, etc. and post the link here.
      • Mon at 11:41 AM
    • SoundmanRon
      SoundmanRon I think we found the problem. Had to use our laptop to find it
      • Wed at 3:06 PM
  • 2020-09-10

    Hi,

    I run an installed X32 at a church and am considering chaning my multicore to digital. Can I run a single Cat5e cable to an SD16 then daisy chain to an SD8 using the ultranet ports to hang a P16D from each so that I have drop boxes for both audio inputs and P16 outputs on stage simply connected by single Cat5e cables?

    Many thanks

     

    Peter

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    • KCFaudio
      Kyle Johnson Hello, Kyle here with Music Tribe. Yes, you can connect from your X32 AES50A or B port to the A port on your SD16, from the B port on the SD16 to the A port on the SD8. And then from the Ultranet output on either of the stageboxes to the P16D for distribution. You can also connect the P16-M units directly to the Ultranet outputs on the SD16 and SD8.
      • Sep 10
  • 2020-09-09
    Hello Guys,
    I bought a new X-Touch. When I put all the faders up to 0db I got this difference (1 and 3).
    There is a way to fix/calibrate this? Thanks!
     
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    • WhiteBoyPt
      John Matthews Hi, this is due to the fader tolerances. Could you please submit a tech support case via the support button at the top of the page and the team will be able to advise the options to get this resolved.
      • Sep 9
  • 2020-09-07

    hola buenas!

    esta semana estuve actualizando la mesa y de golpe fallo la actualizacion 

    aun no puedo resolver el problema si alguno sabe como podria solucionarlo muchas gracias!!

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    • Santyg08
      Kyle Johnson Hello, Kyle here with Music Tribe. You could try performing the update again using a different USB stick. If that does not work, please create a Support ticket by clicking the Support link at the top of the page. After you submit a ticket, one of our tech support agents can reach out for further troubleshooting.
      • Sep 8
  • 2020-09-05

    Is there a Mac application for remote snceees, patches for Wing sound board?

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    • nelubilba
      David Knighton Hello nelubilba,
      there is currently no PC/Mac application available for the Behringer Wing. There is however an iPad and Android Co-Pilot app available.
      • Sep 9
  • 2020-09-04

    Is there a way to get mono on the main out of a Behringer Xenyx 802 mixer to go to a mono amp?

    Or is there a way I could take the main out L & R and sum it into a single mono output going to a mono amp?

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    • dpldave
      Alexander Lane The easiest way would be to just pan everything on the mixer left and only user the left output to drive the amp, most amps have two inputs and can sum internally though. What model of amplifier are you using?
      • Sep 4
    • dpldave
      dpldave Thanks for the reply but tried that.
      • Sep 4
    • dpldave
      dpldave The 802 is a small mixer with 4 channels. Channels #1 & 2 are mono mic channels and 3/4 & 5/6 are 2 stereo channels. I have mics in 1 & 2 . A laptop in ch3/4 and a phone or other stereo divice ch5/6. if I pan hard left I lose channels 4/6.
      • Sep 4
    • dpldave
      Alexander Lane You could make up a Mono sum cable as a workaround, see attached image...
      • Sep 7
    • dpldave
      dpldave Thanks for the info. I was considering something like that but for unbalanced signal to match the impedence of the 802 main outs. But I came across this sound block II by monoprice. It will sum my stereo unbalanced lines to a mono balanced output. For $30us I am going to give this a try. Will advise how it worked out.
      • Sep 11
  • 2020-08-20

    Hiya 

    I just watched a video on Ringing Monitors by Behringer and I noticed that on the guys RTA / EQ his sound is often well above the line in the middle of the screen. 

    My levels never get that high - maybe half way to the line - Am I doing something wrong or does he just have a very hot mic?

     

    thanks

     

    Wayne

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    • Wayne Read
      Rex Beckett Some users run their mic preamps at higher gains. I usually set them to give a peak of -12dBFS on the input meters at performance volumes. This gives a good working/recorded level and leaves sufficient headroom for performance variations. Perhaps, for the video, the gains and faders were lifted to induce feedback more readily?
      • Aug 20
    • Wayne Read
      Dr Paine You can change settings of the RTA in Meters->RTA. In here you can select Autogain or if you want greater control you can switch this off and adjust the level to suit your needs.
      • Aug 20
  • 2020-08-19

    Hi all

     

    I have been happily using my MR12 for around 3 years now but up to now thats just for backing tracks and a vocalist. I have a layout set up for that in Mixing Station and all is good.

    We now have a project band so I need to set up a layout for that so I can switch between the two. However Im confused between scenes and shows. Basically I want to start from default and add names to the scribble strips, feeds to monitors etc, but still be able to get back to how the mixer is set now for the solo gigs.

     

    Any advice would be much appreciated

    regards

     

    Wayne

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    • Wayne Read
      Rex Beckett A Scene contains all the mixer settings apart from a few global ones like network and sample rate. A Show is really a folder in which multiple Scenes can be saved. If you save your original and new settings as separate Scenes, you will be able to restore them when required.

      The XAir/MAir mixers can also save/recall Snapshots. These include the same settings as Scenes but are stored within the mixer rather than the control PC/tablet. Snapshots are saved and loaded much more rapidly than Scenes as the parameters are not sent via the network connection.
      • Aug 19
    • Wayne Read
      Wayne Read Thanks Rex - So I guess its best to save as Snapshots onto the mixer?- I usually have and Ipad control and a PC connected just in case. Worst case I can use my phone. So with Snapshots Im not limited to what is controlling the mixer - is that correct?
      • Aug 19
    • Wayne Read
      Rex Beckett That is correct, Wayne. It is one of the advantages of Snapshots. Any controlling device - including Midi pedals - can recall Snapshots almost instantly. I do recommend saving each Snapshot as a Scene on the PC as a backup, though.
      • Aug 19
    • Wayne Read
      Wayne Read Ok thats the way I will go. Many thanks again for your help - cheers Wayne ps - as Im going from solo to band im sure there will lots more questions ;-)
      • Aug 19
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