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  • New
    2020-11-26

    Hi,

    Just purchased the Behringer UMC1820. Using Reaper as my DAW. When I pan an inturment I can hear it in my main speakers but not in my headphones. Any ideas?

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    • TedJones
      Nigel Turner Hi TedJones, there is no pan facility on the UMC1820, and can you identify which headphones and main speakers you are describing, from the UMC1820 or the DAW, and is it on playback or recording that you have the issue. If it is the DAW, then I am afraid that you will need to contact the DAW manufacturer for their advice as we do not support DAW operation. You haven't mentioned which OS you are using. If it is Windows 10, then you will need to make sure that you have the recording and playback settings set up as 2 channel in the Sounds Setting.
      • 3 hours ago
  • New
    2020-11-26

    Hi I just got the mac mini x32 with the m1 chip. Im running logic pro with the x32 as audio interface and getting audio drop outs on very simple audio tracks. Any ideas where to start to resolve?

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    • Sean Vine
      Nigel Turner Hi Sean, please let me go and talk to the design team, and I will get back to you.
      • 6 hours ago
      • Mac M1 chip and x32
        Nigel Turner Hi Sean, I have just been reminded by the design team, that our mixers are class compliant and do not need drivers under MAC OS. Audio issues with M1 are purely Apples domain or DAW related. Unfortunately there is nothing that we can do.
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        • 6 hours ago
    • Sean Vine
      Dave Morrison Check your IO Buffer size. The USB interface on the X32 isn't stable with low buffer sizes. I can't remember if 64 or 128 is as low as you can go. I always use 1024 in Logic so I can run big projects.
      • 5 hours ago
    • Sean Vine
      Sean Vine I just updated to the recent firmware 4.4 from 4.2 and have not seen an instance of drop outs even running some huge projects with 32 buffer size so fingers crossed!! thanks for replys the m1 is very nice I'm hoping more programs get updated soon:)
      • 5 hours ago
  • New
    2020-11-26

    I'm just starting out with synthesizers and need to know the correct connections to my keyboard amp.  I'm presently not getting any sound from the keyboard to the amp.  Need suggestions.

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  • New
    2020-11-26

    Hello Folks,

    Has anyone tried Reamping with a DI Box by using it in Reverse?

    1. You take a 1/4" balanced TRS cable out from any output of the UR-44 and insert it into rear panel of your DI Box Output via an XLR Female to 1/4" female. (Mine is a Behringer DI-100.
    2. Then on the Front of the DI Box connect a 1/4" TRS balanced cable from the Input to the input of the first pedal in the pedal chain.
    3. Then a TS unbalanced cable from output of the last pedal in your pedal chain into a Hi-Z input on the UR-44 (1 or 2) ?

    https://mediadl.musictribe.com/media/PLM/data//images/products/P0062/515Wx515H/DI100_P0062_Other1_B.png
    https://mediadl.musictribe.com/media/PLM/data//images/products/P0062/515Wx515H/DI100_P0062_Other1_B.png
    https://mediadl.musictribe.com/media/sys_master/h4c/h48/8850060607518.pdf

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  • New

    Literally all the comnputer recognize the interface except the driver, please help me :((((

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    • Andrés Daniel Brizuela
      Paul Vannatto What version of Windows are you using? That icon in the top left corner looks like something from Win95. Also what Behringer product are you installing this ASIO drivers for?
      • Wed at 4:48 PM
  • New
    2020-11-25

    Recently spent some time on my x32, and realized that the monitor mixes (via bus mixes) were all set to post fader. Although I hav read these should be set to prefader, I am not sure why that would be the case, as I assume the faders in question are the faders that affect the monitor mix level, NOT The faders controlling FOH. Is this not the case? Any advice/info would be appreciated. Thanks! 

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    • Mark Letalien
      Paul Vannatto Hi Mark, the taps (prefader, postfader, etc.) are in relation to the channel fader (to FOH). With the tap set at post fader, that means as you adjust the channel fader for FOH, it will also affect the level sent to the respective mixbus. For feeding FX (eg. reverb), that is what you want in order to maintain the dry/wet ratio. For feeding monitor mixes, you definitely don't want that. Instead you want anything but post fader (or subgroup).
      • Wed at 11:03 AM
      • Pre Fader or Post Fader for Bus Mixes for Monitors?
        Mark Letalien Hi Paul, thanks for your help and sorry to put you through the ringer today! Okay, that makes sense...I think I was looking at it from the wrong angle. So just to be clear, in this example, Output 1 is being used as a monitor and is being sent out via MixBus 1...the Tap should be set to Prefdr rather than Postfader, b/c if the fader on a channel is increased to increase the volume through the front of house, that will also affect a monitor mix, correct? Thanks!!
        • Wed at 12:29 PM
      • Pre Fader or Post Fader for Bus Mixes for Monitors?
        Paul Vannatto Hi Mark, that screen you are showing are the output taps. What I described was about the channel sends tap (select a channel, then the sends screen). Output taps are in relation to the output fader. In your case (on the screen), that tap is in relation to the mixbus 1 master fader, which should be post fader, so that you can adjust the overall mix (of mixbus 1) by it's master fader.
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        • Wed at 12:45 PM
      • Pre Fader or Post Fader for Bus Mixes for Monitors?
        Mark Letalien Hi Paul, thank you for your continued help! So, what you are saying is this should be okay? In that they are set Post EQ (but not Post Fader)? 13 and 14 are effects so I assume that would be okay? Also (and sorry to ask), where do you within the console to change these settings? Please and thank you!
        • Wed at 1:11 PM
      • Pre Fader or Post Fader for Bus Mixes for Monitors?
        Rex Beckett Hi Mark, in the version of the scene that you and I were discussing last week, all the channel-to-bus send taps are correct - apart from channel 16 (Sax) which I suspect you do not use.

        When you are viewing the Sends page on the console, press the Down-Arrow key to display the signal tap controls.
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        • Wed at 1:22 PM
      • Pre Fader or Post Fader for Bus Mixes for Monitors?
        Paul Vannatto Hi Mark, to change the tap of any channel on the console, use the down arrow (left, right, up, down arrows beside the display) to display the second layer of that screen. Then use the 3rd or 5th encoder to adjust the tap. These taps are in pairs (eg. mixbus 1/2, 3/4).
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        • Wed at 1:28 PM
    • Mark Letalien
      Mark Letalien Thanks Paul and Rex, you guys are great....appreciate your knowledge very much!!!
      • Wed at 2:13 PM
  • New
    2020-11-25

    Hello,

        I apologize for the potentially ignorant question, but here goes: for live shows, we run the bass and kick through the sub via Aux 6 output exclusively. That aux output is controlled by the M/C channel (not sure if I am wording this correctly, hopefully my description makes sense). Anyway, I want to know if there is a way to be able to send (in my case) the bass and kick through the sub via aux 6/M/C channel AND the mains LR but be able to control the output seperately (ie if I increase output for the signal to the sub, it won't affect the amount going through the mains). Thanks in advance! 

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    • Mark Letalien
      Paul Vannatto Hi Mark, yes you can control the levels of the channel to the Main LR and M/C separately. The screen you are showing provides the means how to do it. The encoder 1 adjusts the level to the Main LR and encoder 2 adjust the level to the M/C.
      • Wed at 10:21 AM
      • Separating output of center M/C channel and main LR in the X32 Compact
        Mark Letalien Hi Paul, hope all is well and thanks for reaching out with the comment, appreciated. A question (or two): Isn't encoder one just for panning L and R? Also, it seems to me that when controlling the fader through encoder 6, if you have the 'Sub' selected (encoder 2), that will affect the level of the sub. I can see ( I believe that you can accomplish what is necessary through this panel, but it seems like I am probably not seperating the two (mains vs M/C in the most effective manner....if that makes any sense. Thanks for your help!
        • Wed at 12:21 PM
      • Separating output of center M/C channel and main LR in the X32 Compact
        Paul Vannatto Oops. Encoder 2 adjust the send to the M/C (sub) and encoder 6 adjusts the send to LR. I had to go to my X32 Rack and have a look at the display. Typically I do everything (including troubleshooting here) using X32-Edit (which sometimes is different). Those 2 adjustments are independent.

        There is a better and easier way to adjust channel sends to the mono (M/C) bus and that is by using the Sends On Fader (SOF). If I remember correctly SOF is available on the full X32 (and Compact and Producer, not on the Rack). Select the Mono master fader (4th layer on right bank of faders), then press the SOF (in between fader banks). The left bank of faders will now adjust the sends to that bus. Using X32-Edit, simply select the Mono bus and the channel faders become the sends to that bus.

        If you want to have the Main LR fader to control the Mono (M/C) master fader, select the "M/C depends on Main LR" on Setup, config screen.

        :Edit: Again I goofed. The two levels are independent. But the channel send tap to the mono (M/C) is post fader (and can't be changed). If you require prefader tap, you will need to use one of the other mixbuses.
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        • Wed at 1:07 PM
      • Separating output of center M/C channel and main LR in the X32 Compact
        Mark Letalien Thanks Paul, I appreciate it!!
        • Wed at 2:14 PM
  • New
    2020-11-25

    My X-Touch One is not working on my Macbook Pro M1 with Big Sur. 

     

    It sends MIDI command correctly (so all buttons and the fader work) but it won't receive anything back from the platform. No LEDs will turn on, the scribble screen stays blank and most importantly, the fader is stuck at 0. 

     

    Are you aware of the issue, any beta firmware to download?

     

    Cheers

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    • Matteo Coppola Neri
      Pedro Rodrigues Hi Matteo, at this moment we still do not advise our customer to update to Big Sur, as we are still developing solutions for this only possible after the operating system was released and we do not have any time window for a implementation release . Thank you
      • 4 hours ago
  • New
    2020-11-25

    I was wondering if Behringer were going to anounce new or upgraded Xenyx line mixers in the near future, that will interface with the new Behringer DAW?

    Dont want to invest if the product lines gonna change early next year 

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    • Tom Cullen
      Paul Vannatto Hi Tom, since the USB interface in most of the Xenyx mixers are stereo (2 track) only, I doubt there will be any integration in the new DAW (any more than any of the other current DAWs available). I would think that the integration would require one of the digital mixers, such as the XR18, X32 or Wing, which provide both multi-track USB interfaces as well as OSC and midi control protocol.
      • Wed at 8:15 AM
  • New
    2020-11-25

    I have the HB01 model pedal, it is normal that after a few minutes of use the pedal does not emit sound in the normal position and it works only if you pressed it, you can help me to know if you have technical support in Mexico, I think it is working badly

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