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    Pastorwife
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-04-02

    Of like to be able to send out service to Facebook live using for cable and I have no clue how, I've looked at many YouTube videos but none show me step by step set up from where to plug it in the back output to getting all Musician's in. Thank You very much 

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    marceinspain
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-03-27

    I would like to know if there is a way to connect my condenser mic with a xenic 802 to a uca222... (I already have these two..) to a Canon DSLR 550D digital reflex camara. Someone please help me to do this and tell me, please, with kind of conectors should I buy.

    Many thanks in advance.

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    • marceinspain
      KyleJohnson Hello, Kyle here from Music Tribe. You would not need the UCA222 involved in this setup, simply connect from a pair of outputs on the mixer, or the headphone output on the mixer, into the mic input on your Camera. Depending on the type of input on the camera, you might need an 1/8" cable or RCA cables, but for that I recommend you reach out to Canon for more clarity.
      • Mar 27
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    kjetil
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-03-24

    Can I connect the Behringer fsb1010 foot controller to the Korg pa300 via one of the USB MIDI Hosts here: https://youtu.be/neXswJJcatc or can I use a computer to control the Korg pa300 with Behringer fsb1010? Pleace help.

     

    My websuite vid Beheringer fsb1010 manual index https://scandibook.com/behringer-fcb1010-pedal/ 

     
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    • kjetil
      PedroRodrigues Hi kjetil the FCB1010 is a MIDI controller pedal. It is used to control other MIDI gear like guitar modelers, MIDI capable guitar amps, rack mounted effects units and synthesizers. The most common use is to change sound presets in another piece of MIDI music gear.
      The FCB1010 has 10 number buttons, two expressions pedals and some other controls and options. A common use is to press a numbered button the FCB1010 and have your guitar modeler change to another sound preset (sometimes referred to as a patch). Button 1 might be a clean guitar sound and button 2 overdrive/distortion. Common examples of guitar modelers used with the FCB1010 are Line 6 POD gear and Behringer V-Amp units. If your gear is MIDI capable, the FCB1010 can probably control it.
      When you press a button the FCB1010, it sends one or more MIDI commands to your connected MIDI gear. The most common and useful command is a Program Change command, generally referred to as a PC command. PC commands are used in MIDI gear to change the current preset/patch. When the FCB1010 sends a PC command, your MIDI gear will receive it and change to the preset selected by the command. The process is very fast, so you will not lose any measurable time in the change.
      To make the FCB1010 work with your gear, you will need to do a few things.
      • Connect a MIDI cable from FCB1010 output to the MIDI input on your gear
      • Set your MIDI gear to a specific MIDI channel (there are 16)
      • Set the FCB1010 for the same MIDI channel (if they are not on the same channel, they will NOT work together)
      • Program each of the buttons on the FCB1010 to select the desired option on your MIDI gear
      • See if it works. If not, first check the above. If that does not help, read further
      You can program your FCB1010 in one of two ways. The most basic is to use the FCB1010 buttons to program it's MIDI features. This is sometimes referred to as the "Riverdance", as it takes a number of button presses to program a single function.
      The other programming option is to use a software editor. There are editors for both Windows based PCs, as well as Mac based versions. To use a software editor, you will generally need the following:
      • Computer (Mac or PC)
      • Two MIDI cables
      • Computer MIDI Interface
      It will also take some patience, as some trial and error is to be expected before you get your gear working like you want. The software editor is the quickest way to get all going and allows a simple approach for backup and restore should other things fail.
      First Steps
      The brain inside your FCB1010 is a small firmware chip. Many versions of firmware chips have been made by Behringer. Chip version much earlier than the 2.3 series have enough bugs and problems that you should consider getting a firmware upgrade. See here to find out what version you have, whether you might need to upgrade. and how this is done.
      Assuming your firmware is OK, you will need to calibrate your two expression pedals. Many FCB1010 units ship with expression pedals that do not work correctly. The calibration process will fix this, and only takes a few minutes. See here for a step-by-step outline of this process.
      The steps below outline the process for programming a preset for the FCB1010 to control a preset/patch on a single piece of MIDI gear. The process for dealing with more MIDI gear is similar and will be covered later.
      Set the MIDI Channels
      The MIDI channel on your FCB1010 must match the MIDI channel used on your other MIDI gear. If they are not the same, MIDI commands sent buy the FCB1010 will just be ignored by your MIDI gear. Try MIDI channel 1 on both for a start.
      To set the MIDI channel on your FCB1010, do the following:
      1. If FCB1010 is turned on, turn it off
      2. Press and hold the Down button while you turn on the FCB1010. Keep holding it down for about 5 seconds. When you see the small green light come on, release the button
      3. Press the UP button once. The green light will have changed to the MIDI Function selection.
      4. Press the 1 button. The 1 button LED and green light will begin to blink. The display will change to show you the current MIDI channel for PC command.
      5. Press the UP button once. The green light will move to MIDI Chann and the display digit will begin to blink.
      6. Press the 0 button and then the 1 button. This will change it to MIDI channel 1. The display should now show 01.
      7. Press the UP button once. The green light will move to the MIDI Config selection.
      8. Now press and hold the Down button for about 5 seconds. The display will change to 00.
      You have now programmed the FCB for the first PC command to MIDI channel 1. To set a different channel, the steps are basically the same except you enter a different number in the sixth step above.
      Program a Preset
      Now lets program the 1 button to select preset 23 on your MIDI gear.
      1. Press the 1 button.
      2. Press and hold the Down button on the FCB1010 for about 5 seconds. This puts the FCB1010 in programming mode for preset 1.
      3. Press the UP button once.
      4. Usually one or more buttons will now have their LEDs on. The green light will be at select.
      5. If the 1 LED is not on, press and hold the 1 button until the LED comes on.
      6. Press the 1 button again, and it should begin to blink.
      7. Press the UP button once. The display should begin to brink showing the current PC command.
      8. Press the 2 button. Press the 3 button.
      9. Press the UP button once.
      10. Now press and hold the Down button for about 5 seconds.
      You have now programmed the 1 button to send a PC command of 23 on MIDI channel 1 to your MIDI gear.
      You can program the other buttons in a similar fashion. Select the desired button in step 1 above. You can change to a different preset for your MIDI gear in step 8.
      Set Expression Pedal A for Volume
      Volume control is the most common use for Expression pedals. MIDI volume is handled via MIDI Change Controller (CC) commands. When you press the expression pedal, a CC command is sent based on how far down the pedal is pressed. Each CC MIDI command includes two parts. The first is the CC that is being changed and the second the value it is being changed to.
      MIDI volume is standardized as CC#7. This is what most MIDI gear supports, but check your documentation to be sure.
      1. Press the 1 button.
      2. Press and hold the Down button on the FCB1010 for about 5 seconds. This puts the FCB1010 in programming mode for preset 1.
      3. Press the UP button once.
      4. Usually one or more buttons will now have their LEDs on. The green light will be at select.
      5. If the 8 LED is not on, press and hold the 8 button until the LED comes on.
      6. Press the 8 button again, and it should begin to blink.
      7. Press the UP button once. The display should begin to brink showing the current CC command for expression pedal A.
      8. Press the 0 button. Press the 7 button.
      9. Press the UP button once.
      10. Press the 0 button twice (which sets the minimum volume to zero)
      11. Press the UP button once.
      12. Press the 1 button. press the 2 button. Press the 7 button. This sets the max volume to 127, which is generally what you want.
      13. Press the UP button once.
      14. Now press and hold the Down button for about 5 seconds.
      You will also need to set the MIDI channel for Expression A to the same channel you selected above.
      1. If FCB1010 is turned on, turn it off
      2. Press and hold the Down button while you turn on the FCB1010. Keep holding it down for about 5 seconds. When you see the small green light come on, release the button
      3. Press the UP button once. The green light will have changed to the MIDI Function selection.
      4. Press the 8 button. The 8 button LED and green light will begin to blink. The display will change to show you the current MIDI channel for expression pedal A
      5. Press the UP button once. The green light will move to MIDI Chann and the display digit will begin to blink.
      6. Press the 0 button and then the 1 button. This will change it to MIDI channel 1. The display should now show 01.
      7. Press the UP button once. The green light will move to the MIDI Config selection.
      8. Now press and hold the Down button for about 5 seconds. The display will change to 00.
      You have now programmed the FCB1010 to use Expression Pedal A for volume control. The process for expression pedal B is similar expect you will be using the 9 button in steps 5 and 8 and step 4.
      Common Problems
      Do did all the above and it still does not work. The most common problems are:
      • MIDI cables not connected correctly. See above for details
      • MIDI channels do not match. They must be the same.

      More Advanced Steps
      The FCB1010 is a fairly capable device. It has 10 banks of 10 presets each, for a total of 100 presets. Each preset can send up to five separate PC commands on five separate MIDI channels. This means you could control 5 separate MIDI devices with each preset.
      It also includes switch functions that allow your FCB1010 presets to also control non MIDI gear (like the channels on your guitar amp) that can be controlled by 1/4" sorting jacks. This would allow you to have one FCB1010 preset set your amp for the clean channel and another preset the distorting/overdrive channel.
      The FCB1010 can also send up to two CC commands for each preset (these are separate from the expression pedal commands). This can be very useful to turn specific effects on/off within your MIDI gear. For example, Behringer V-Amp users might want button 6 to turn the distortion on/off for each preset.
      • Mar 25
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    h941224
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-01-14
    I wonder this cable's shield is S-FTP (Screened shielded twisted pair) or UTP shields ???
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    linschen
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-01-13

    Hallo eine Frage ich möchte über mein Handy bei einer Plattform streamen die es noch nur für handy gibt, habe ein mischpullt Behringer Xenyx 1202 USB und ein XLR-Mikrofon Rode Nt1 und ein Handy Samsung Galaxy A 51. Brauch ich da einfach nur ein  Kabel Chinch zu aux das dann in ein Adapter und ins Handy oder reicht da ein Kabel und das dann im Audio Buchse? LG

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    • linschen
      Nigel67 Hi. You can purchase a cable that has a mini jack on one end for your phone headphone socket, which Y splits to 2 TS jacks which you can then plug into a stereo input on your mixer. Hope this helps
      • Jan 17
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    stangeo20
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-01-12

    I bought a new xenyx QX2222USB mixer, but the USB input is not working with MacBook air. Is there any driver that needs to be installed? However the output to the mixer is working through the macbook. I called Apple and they referred me to Behinger website. Please help?

     

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    • stangeo20
      RexBeckett Hi stangeo20, the QX2222USB is CoreAudio compliant so should work with your Macbook without any special driver. Two things to check: Make sure that the red USB/2-TR To Main button is not pressed as this will mute the USB recording feed; Check the Mic Privacy settings on the Macbook to ensure that your recording software is permitted to use the audio interface.
      • Jan 12
    • stangeo20
      stangeo20 Here is what I found out.

      I was using Behringer Ultralink ULM 200M USB microphone when I created this ticket. So I found that when I use the USB microphone there is no USB Codec signal coming into my MacBook for recording. However I tested today with another microphone and used an XLR cable and the USB codec worked absolutely fine.

      This leads to my next question, the mixer I bought was because it works with Behringer USB mic input. How can this be resolved that I’m able to use both XLR cable inputs and USB200M microphones?
      • Jan 13
      • Behinger xenyx QX2222USB mixer USB issue
        RexBeckett It sounds as though there could be a problem with the ULM200M rather than the mixer. Try connecting the USB receiver to a PC to see if it works that way.
        • Jan 13
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    keller3987
    Newcomer - Level 2
    2020-12-02

    Behringer Guitar2USB Guitar USB Interface Quit working after installing Big Sur. Is there a new driver?

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    • keller3987
      Nigel67 Hi Phillip, updating to MacOS11 / BS could lead to audio glitches with specific applications. However, USB audio/MIDI function of our products are fully UAC2.0 compliant (do not need drivers under Mac OS) and should keep working under CoreAudio as before. It is either an Apple issue, or if you are trying to record into a DAW, then it is likely this which needs updating.
      • December 1, 2020
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    robertjm
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-12-01

    Hi all,

    Our church has a Behringer x32 soundboard for our sound system. On the back is the x-USB interface, which we connect to a local iMac that's also in the soundpit. At this point I want to repurpose that USB connection to my MacBook Pro, which is up in the balcony recording video. 

    When reading cable reviews on one of the big box sites, I found several where people were saying that the cable I was looking at does NOT support audio transfer. Kind of caught me off-guard, so that's why I'm here.

    I'm hoping for some kind of recommendation for a USB 2.0 USB cable A/B which won't break the bank. One site had cables labeled as "audiophile" and were asking hundreds of dollars, which is just crazy talk. :-) Without measuring my best guess is we're looking at around 20-25 feet in length.

    Since the MBP is fitted with USB-C connectors I realize I'll have to go through an adapter. But, that's the nature of the game with the newest Apple tech these days.

    Thanks!!

    Robert

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    • robertjm
      Paul_Vannatto Hi Robert, I have used a 16' (5M) active USB 2.0 extension cable (similar to this JF-USB-2-0-Active-Extension-Repeater-Cable-Signal-Booster-Extended-Cord - do a search on ebay) with a standard 6' USB cable with the X32 X-USB and X-Live cards (also used it with an MR18) without any issues. That would reach about 22'. Add your USB 2 to USB C converter and it might be enough for your setup. I do see that they also have a 10M (about 32'), but can't confirm if it will work correctly.
      • December 1, 2020
      • USB cable recommendation for X-USB board on Behringer x32 to 2020 MacBook Pro
        robertjm Thanks!!
        • December 1, 2020
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    tazzboy
    Contributor - Level 2
    2020-11-29

    I was wondering is it possilbe to hook the Motu 8pre with USB into the Behringer X-Touch usb port ?

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    • tazzboy
      DaveMorrison Are you asking about connecting the 8Pre's USB cable into the Built -in USB hub on the X-Touch so you have just one cable going to your computer? If this is the case case, the answer is Maybe. I've had good luck connecting audio interfaces through the hub on the X-Touch, but not everyone has. It depends on the computer's USB ports, the Audio Interface's USB interface, the USB cable, and some luck. In theory, it ought to work, but you have to try it on your system to know for sure.
      • November 29, 2020
      • Motu 8pre usb into Behringer X-Touch
        tazzboy Yes that is what I am asking the USB on the Motu is 2.0 So I was wondering since I have read on the manual that you can plug in a keyboard and mouse that has USB capabilities I thought I would ask to find out if you can do the same with a Preamp audio interface.
        • November 29, 2020
    • tazzboy
      DaveMorrison Give it try. You won't hurt anything and it might work for you.
      • November 29, 2020
      • Motu 8pre usb into Behringer X-Touch
        tazzboy True the only thing bad that might happen is that doesn't work at worse. Then again it might work and Behringer would smart to make it happen or letting people know.
        • November 29, 2020
      • Motu 8pre usb into Behringer X-Touch
        DaveMorrison It works for me, but it doesn't work for every one. I think that's why Behringer won't say it will.
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      • Motu 8pre usb into Behringer X-Touch
        tazzboy Well I gave it try and didn't work for me. Oh well on to something else, Now I need to figure out to get the X-touch and Motu 8pre to communicated with one another when using.
        • November 29, 2020
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    cindysellers
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-11-27

    We have acquired two Eurolive B205Ds.  Can I connect them using XLR cable from Thru on the first unit to the Main in on the second one?

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