• 2020-09-18

    We are using Midas M32 mixer with p16 In ear monitors and some of the band still don’t have enough volume is there a way to make a mixbus with this to help them out

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    • Sgriffey82
      Gary Higgins There are 3 levels of volume control on them, are they aware of all 3 of those settings? The one that is most often missed is the Main level. The 16 individual ch’s are volume adjusted, then they adjust the overall volume knob (“level”knob top right). They skip the “main” button selection and increasing the volume knob for it first before adjusting the overall volume. These things are capable of getting very loud.
      • 9 hours ago
  • 2020-09-14

    Can we just upload .SCN files randomly or do we need to start a new post to upload a file?

    I tried to post from the "Files" area. FAIL —Wouldn't let me fill in the required catagory boxes.

    I like the text editor when we start a new post. Why can't we have it when we reply? And why can't we reply with an upload? Sorry to complain again, but it's vital to upload X/M32 and X/M-Air files (in a reply) to help the users of digital mixers. It's been missing for over 3 month now and the number of Digital mixer users has plummeted in that time. Where are they getting help? The hostile Facebook group?

     

    I've attached a (mostly) "Zeroed" .SCN file for test purposes.


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    • Dave Morrison
      Alexander Lane Hi Dave, The files section is basically a deposit for any files uploaded to discussions. Currently you can just upload any file to the main discussion but this will be improved moving forward. In the meantime for comment uploads I would suggest using wetransfer or another upload site.

      I have forwarded your comments to the dev team also. Hopefully we can improve the comments section soon!

      Thanks!
      • Tue at 2:39 AM
  • 2020-09-14

    Title says it all.

    When I make a DCA 'safe' under the channel safe tab. It still respects and changes to the level of the snapshot being fired.

    Must be that the 'children' faders are safe??

    Is there an easy way to exclude a DCA in a recall so it stays where it is?

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    •  Troy Krueger
      Kyle Johnson Hi Troy, Kyle here with Music Tribe. If you have DCA1 Safed under Channel safes, and you load a Scene file, DCA1 should not change. If you are loading a Snippet however, the selected parameters would change even if the channel is safed.
      • Mon at 4:11 PM
    •  Troy Krueger
      Troy Krueger thanx Kyle, I'm loading a scene file, the DCA does change. The L/R is channel safe also but does not change, as it should. So the LR behaves correctly, the DCA does not,,,, none of the DCA's behave, (I checked 1 other one.... this Sunday, I'll check all 8, but for sure, DCA 1 and DCA 8 respond to a scene restore - which they should not.
      • Tue at 8:19 AM
      • M32 Make a DCA 'safe' from a recall
        Kyle Johnson Which firmware version is your console on? Make sure you are up to date, the latest version is 4.02
        • Tue at 8:24 AM
    •  Troy Krueger
      Troy Krueger I'll have to check Sunday, thanx -
      • Tue at 9:23 AM
  • 2020-09-14

    I am looking for a way to interface with Thunderbolt 3 from UAD Luna recording software running on Mac Mini and stack of UAD hardware (2 Apollo x8p and 1 MKII) from Midas M32R. The objective is doing live recording using Luna and using UAD plug-ins for live performance. 

    Would greatly appreciate any pointers for this set-up. Due to the distance of the set-up of two stations (M32R and UAD equipment are not co-located), the long ADAT run is not feasible (more than 15'). 

    Thanks!

     

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  • 2020-09-14

    Hello,

    I've posted previously about having an issue with seeing the channel names broadcasted to the DP48 while using an SD8 with the Behringer X32 Compact. The community has helped with understanding the AES50 A & B streams. However, I still need help from the community to answer this question.

    Should the DP48 see the broadcasted channel names when connected to an SD series digital snake or should I be using the S or DL series digital snakes?

    What I've experienced is that the DP48 does not see the broadcasted channel name but does get the same channel setup and audio from the AES50 A side the snake box is setup on. When the DP48 is directly connected to a separate AES50 port on the mixer and NOT through the SD snake box, all the channel names are received including real-time name changes.  I've experienced this on the X32 Compact and WING mixers using the SD8 and SD16 stage boxes. 

    Tribal help is greatly appreciated.

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    • vmorgan
      Gary Higgins Did you try going to the DP48 first, and then on from the thru port to the SD? Just a thought, I sort of recall that being said way back when. Or use them on a separate aes50 line. I’ve only scratched the DP surface so others may have better info. Also what firmware for the DP? Lots fixed either the most recent one.
      • Mon at 8:16 AM
      • A Journey with the DP48
        vmorgan No I haven't tried connecting the DP48 first and then coming off the B port of the DP48 to the SD16. The DP48 has been updated to v1.5.
        • Mon at 9:22 AM
      • A Journey with the DP48
        Gary Higgins Ok, you also use the setup within the X32? Firmware there is also the latest?
        • Mon at 10:21 AM
    • vmorgan
      vmorgan Yes the X32 had the latest firmware. Now using the Behringer Wing mixer with the most recently released update.
      • Mon at 10:34 AM
      • A Journey with the DP48
        Gary Higgins My Wing is on its way to be repaired (ghost touches) so I can't try it out but it may be a bug you have found. How about just dedicating one port for only DP48 use? Again I recall that being suggested in another thread as a solution in past firmware...or it was in my dreams!
        • Mon at 11:23 AM
      • A Journey with the DP48
        vmorgan Yeah I read that thread back in June/July. That's the plan, but it requires two long runs of Cat6 ethercon cable to be ran.
        • Mon at 1:51 PM
      • A Journey with the DP48
        Gary Higgins Paul V. may be able to help out, he has worked with the DP48's for quite a while now. He will know if its possible or not yet implemented. Yes the extra cat run can be problematic. I would try the DP48 as the first connection for sure, no harm no foul.
        • Mon at 3:42 PM
      • A Journey with the DP48
        vmorgan Confirmed, it works going to the DP48 first and then to the SD16. It's just odd that you can't see the names the other way around.
        • Tue at 8:08 AM
  • 2020-09-12

    Hi Guys, Im barely getting started to know this mixer and i have not been able to use thee wifi client. i followed indications and videos on youtube regarding connecting via ethernet and inputing the WLAN info, closing the app and turning off the mixer. When i turn it back on it does not detect the mixer unless i plug in the ethernet cable or switch to access point. Any suggestions reegarding this?

    Wish they would come up with a new firmware that allows to control the mixer via the usb cable since i am already connected to my laptop for DAW

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    • Arturo Santiago
      Gary Higgins Hello, so you have made your Wifi settings while you were actually connected to the MR18 in access point mode? Which software are you using to set things up?
      • Sep 13
      • MR18 unable to connect to WIFI Client
        Arturo Santiago Hi Gary, i have tried it both ways, while on access point and connected to Ethernet. I am using M-Air Edit on a Mac laptop. My steps were: 1: connect via ethernet or access point (connect successful). 2: on the WLAN tab input my network name and password selecting WPA2 and hit apply. 3: Quit the app, turn off the mixer. 4: Change the remote button to wifi client, turn on the mixer, start the app back up again. After this nothing happens the app stays in searching for a mixer. When i check the WLAN tab my network info is still there.
        • Mon at 8:37 AM
    • Arturo Santiago
      Paul Vannatto Regarding your question about the mixer control via USB, that will not be possible. The X-Air and X32 is externally controlled using the OSC protocol, which sends/receives commands via ethernet (UDP) only (see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open_Sound_Control)
      • Sep 13
    • Arturo Santiago
      David Stackhouse Arturo, are you using an external router? I had an issue connecting with an external router... spent many hours trying to figure it out with the help of some good folks here. In the end it turned out to be something stupid - I had plugged the ethernet cable from the MR18 to the internet port on the router. It's supposed to go into one of the ethernet ports. As soon as I made the switch it worked like a charm.
      • Mon at 8:18 AM
      • MR18 unable to connect to WIFI Client
        Arturo Santiago Hi David, yes im using an external router and i am able to connect through the router and access point just not through the wifi client mode which i need. Once i am connected through one of those options I input my networks info on the WLAN tab and then switch to wifi client and it wont connect
        • Mon at 8:50 AM
  • 2020-09-12

    Is there any way I can monitor the MainLR output through the DL16's phones jack?  I'm using a M32C so I don't have another way to plug in headphones directly into the board.  

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    • nicholaslue
      Paul Vannatto Use the Select/Adjust button to scroll through the inputs, then the outputs until you get to the output the Main L or R is assigned to. (see https://behringerwiki.musictribe.com/index.php?title=S16%3A_Callouts)
      • Sep 11
      • Listen to mainLR through DL16 headphone jack
        nicholaslue I was wondering if I could hear the stereo LR at the same time, not one or the other.
        • Sep 11
      • Listen to mainLR through DL16 headphone jack
        Gary Higgins I don't think stereo can work out but you could get a mono version of L/R by using a matrix ch assigned to an output. You could use a P16 ch, adat ch (aes50 17-32) or an out 1-16 ch for the phones source of the matrix ch. The DL16 phones jack is mono afaik.
        • Sep 12
    • nicholaslue
      Bill Hood Can't you use the Monitor Output on the M32C, just assign LR Bus to Monitor Source? Need a Y cable from two mono sources to one stereo for headphones but should work.
      • Sep 12
      • Listen to mainLR through DL16 headphone jack
        Gary Higgins Curious, I just assumed an additional place to monitor from was needed...and then after looking at the M32C I realized it doesn't have ANY phones jack and volume knob like the X32 Core does. A strange omission I think.
        • Sep 12
  • 2020-09-07

    Good day, all.

    Is it just me, or is M32-Edit the most ill-behaved Windows app on the planet?  When the app starts it never remembers where it was on the screen when last run, or what size the app window should be.  It always opens WAY too big with the right menu and minimize/maximize buttons off the screen.  If I try to click onto the side of the app window to resize, the app jumps to another location on the screen, sometime right off the screen, leaving me no choice but to close it from the taskbar and try again.

    I accept this is a minor issue in the Midas-Behringer ecosystem, but its ability to cause frustration is quite high.

    Is there some trick to get the M32-Edit app to behave like all other Windows applications?

    Dwayne A

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    • Dwayne Aasberg
      Nigel Turner Hi Dwayne, I have to admit that I have never come across this issue. In the resize tab, my setting is standard and everytime I open the EDIT software, it maximises to the full screen. If I change it to one of the other options, when ever I re-open the Edit software it remembers that setting. I am running Windows10 so am unable to comment on anything before this. It is a laptop that I am running it on, but I have a larger second screen and that works the same, no issue. Could it be the screen size or maybe the resolution of the screen that is affecting it?
      • Sep 7
    • Dwayne Aasberg
      Paul Vannatto Hey Dwayne, the linux version of M32-Edit is remembering it's last size and location. Shortly I'll be rebooting to my Win7 partition and have a look. One thing you can do is to go to the M32-Edit folder (in the Documents and settings, apps data folder (can't remember the exact path) and delete that complete folder. Sometimes some of the files get corrupted. When you relaunch M32-Edit, then close it, it will automatically re-generate that folder and files.
      • Sep 7
    • Dwayne Aasberg
      Paul Vannatto Hey Dwayne, tried M32-Edit in my Win7 partition and it works file. It remembers the last size and position. So I would suspect an issue with that M32-Folder that I mentioned (delete the folder).
      • Sep 7
    • Dwayne Aasberg
      Dwayne Aasberg Hi Nigel & Paul. Running M32-Edit on Win10 on a Surface Pro 7. I deleted the folder in ../appdata/roaming/ and it did recreate next time I ran M32-Edit. However, that first time M32-Edit opened as Standard in a workable window. Without making any changes I closed and re-opened and got the same oversize window that extended beyond the screen. Frustrating.
      • Sep 7
      • M32-Edit Windows behaviour
        Nigel Turner Hi Dwayne. I think that it could be down to the screen resolution. I have spoken to the designers, unfortunately we do not have a similar machine. The closest is a Lenovo Ideapad, but it does not have the same resolution and it works fine. Leave it with us, and we will try to find a similar machine.
        • Sep 8
    • Dwayne Aasberg
      Gary Higgins Another thing to try: Resize the app using the resize "standard" option and then close it. When you open it next time it should be the full app (possibly only partly filling the screen). Maximize the window using the Windows 10 folder window, top right, where you close, minimize or maximize any window (not by the resize button on the app). If it wasn't already, this should fill the screen with the app but most of the screen will be unused and filled in black, app controls looking quite small. Now use the app resize and choose "maximum height" The app should fill your screen with all tabs and controls visible. Close the app. It should now open every time fully filling your screen as set until you change it. This also works on my Mac version and my older Surface3 running Win10 Pro 64 bit.
      • Sep 8
  • 2020-09-06

    How do I record an instrumental? Then go back and lay the vocals for verses and choruses on individual tracks, on a Midas M32, for one song without using a DAW?

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    • Brandon Lee
      Paul Vannatto Why aren't you using a DAW? What you want to do is the purpose of a DAW.
      • Sep 6
      • How to record songs on an Midas M32 in the studio, without a DAW?
        Brandon Lee Well I just spent thousands of dollars on equipment and accessories and my last recorder(Tascam 2488) allowed me to record and mix so I assumed this would provide me with the same capabilities. Besides, spending an extra grand or 2 for a Mac or PC will set me back in recording.
        • Sep 8
      • How to record songs on an Midas M32 in the studio, without a DAW?
        Paul Vannatto Different designs of consoles (Tascam and M32). The M32 is a live console that has a 32/32 USB interface for DAW processing. You can change the DN32-USB card with the newer DN32-Live card that allows recording to 1 or 2 SD cards. But it does not have takes, punch-in etc. that a full-fledge DAW provides. I'm not sure why it would cost so much to implement a DAW. I paid $150 for a used commercial grade HP laptop and use Reaper ($60 for 2 major updates) and have produced 2 CD's for a local group, and had no issues.
        • Sep 8
  • 2020-09-04

    I try to know if the psu is dead or just the fuse...

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    • benoitrave
      Nigel Turner There is a mains fuse inside the power supply however the metalwork is riveted together so you cannot access the internals and the power supplies are regarded as non serviceable parts. If you decide to open a psu, then you do so at your own risk and we are not liable for any injuries, etc caused. I would measure the output voltage from the supply and if there isn't anything then I would advise replacing it. Again, make sure a trained electronic technician measures the voltages from the supply.
      • Sep 9
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