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  • Oliviersiabime
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-09-28

    Good evening i am trying to download the exact software for my x-32 but it seems i cannot get the right link,is it possible for somone to send me the correct link so i can download.

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    • Oliviersiabime
      KyleJohnson Hello, Kyle here with Music Tribe. The X32 EDIT software for PC and Mac can be found at: https://www.behringer.com/product.html?modelCode=P0ASF

      On the right hand side of the page under Product Library>Software

      If your X32 is updated to V4 firmware, use V4.1 of Edit. If your X32 is on older firmware, use Edit 3.2

      The X32 Edit software is the same for all sizes of the X32.
      • September 28, 2020
  • jankoppe1
    Contributor - Level 3
    2020-09-28

    Hey guys,

    your behringer.de domain always felt a bit broken, as it lead to a 404 page, which I think is a bit embarassing. Now you're redirecting to a URL with a completely empty response - https://www.behringer.com/EN/Home.aspx

    Behringer.de is effectively completely broken. Is no one from your IT department noticing this stuff? Is that the same people that screwed up the migration to this new community thing?

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    • jankoppe1
      john0121 Hi Jan, Sorry about this. I'll report to the IT Team at once so we can get this resolved. Thanks for bringing to our attention.
      • September 27, 2020
    • jankoppe1
      Dale_M Hi Jan, the sites were down this morning but they are back up now sorry for the inconvenience.
      • September 28, 2020
      • Redirect of behringer.de is broken
        jankoppe1 Yep, It's now leading to a 404 page again. At least I get the old, slightly less broken state back.
        • September 28, 2020
  • hdawg0314
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-09-28

    Has behringer released a date for when the Dante expansion card comes out? if i know they will release the card I will buy the wing console. the only reason i have not purchased the wing console is because my venue is operating over dante.  

     

    Thanks!!

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    • hdawg0314
      Nigel67 Hi Hunter. All I can say is that we haven't released it yet, but it will be very soon. I am not hiding the date from you, we just do not have a definite release date at present.
      • September 27, 2020
      • Wing Dante Card?!?!
        jankoppe1 Hello Nigel, will that also include the MADI Card? I'm really starting to get angry about this. It's taking way too long for you to release those cards. I gave you the benefit of the doubt when I bough the console at the beginning of the year, but this is really a let down.
        • September 27, 2020
    • hdawg0314
      JeffBunch I would also like to know when this is going to come to fruition??? We have Dante network in place but can't utilize it because we went from X32 to Wing! Love the console, but HATE we still don't have Dante!!!
      • November 30, 2020
  • Mike7300
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-09-27

    Hi - hoping someone can help me as I've done research but still can't figure out what I need.

    I recently bought an X32 Rack.  Objective is to 1) have a system where I can use the X32 Rack so each member of the band (5 people) can control their own IEMs and can also control PA speaker output with the app if there is no FOH mixer/person 2) also be setup so that if there is a FOH mixer/person we can give control to the sound engineer to run PA output but the band still has control of our own IEMs. Whatever is easiest to use and least amount of connections, even if it's a little more expensive that's fine.  Just having trouble understanding what else I need to purchase and how the hookups will work.  Thank you!

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    • Mike7300
      DaveMorrison You could do it with equipment you already have. 8XLR + 6 1/4 inch outputs is 14 separate signals. You need 12? 10 for stereo IEMs and two for LR to send to FOH. You need 10 mix busses for 5 stereo IEM mixes. You should have 12 free—four are for FX returns. You can use Behringer's MX-Q app for the individual monitor mixes or use the highly rated "Mixing Station". You can use Behringer's P1 or P2 headphone amplifiers to feed the earphones. Or you can use five P16 systems or three P48 systems.
      • September 27, 2020
    • Mike7300
      Mike7300 Here’s the breakdown: we have 5 IEM wireless systems (different brands), 4 vocal mic’s (1 is a wireless unit), 1 wireless guitar unit for acoustic guitar to go straight to PA, 2 electric guitars which amps will be mic’d, bass guitar which will be straight using DI, and mics for drums, which not totally sure how many mics we plan to use for drums. And then we will have 2 main speakers and one sub.
      • September 27, 2020
    • Mike7300
      DaveMorrison If you only have 5 Stereo IEMs and the LR and Subs, you still have one extra output. If you you the C (center) Bus for the subs, you still have 12 busses for monitors (+4 for FX). You shouldn't need anythings else. The musicians could run an app on their phones or tablets to control their own stereo mix.
      Adding inputs and outputs the the X32 Rack is as simple as getting a Midas or Behringer stage box, though I don't think you'll need it. They can be a small 8 in/8 out up to a larger 32 in/16 out.
      You may want to run 3 IEM transmitters from the 1/4 inch outs and 2 from the XLR 1-4. Subs (C) could be XLR 6 and LR (mains) would be XLR 7& 8.
      • September 27, 2020
    • Mike7300
      Mike7300 Ok thanks, that is very helpful. Yea I don’t think I’ll need more ins and outs either. What kind of cables do I need to connect X32 to FOH when a FOH mixer and sound engineer is available at a show to control the PA speaker mix? Can it be connected directly? I don’t need a digital snake?
      • September 27, 2020
      • X32 Rackmount Connections
        DaveMorrison It depends on how much control you want to give them. If your band has a sound person, you could just give the house L & R. Most bands will give them all the instruments by splitting the input signals when someone else is mixing. Depending on your onstage volume you could just get an 8 channel transformer isolated mic splitting box/snake (no drums, electric guitar or bass through the PA). Sixteen channels would be better. The ART S8 8-channel Microphone Splitter is a popular choice. Behringer makes the MS8000. You could also use a Behringer S32 (connected via AES50) for sixteen direct outs but a ground loop might cause hum or noise when interconnecting two systems.
        • September 27, 2020
    • Mike7300
      Mike7300 Got it, currently we don’t have a sound person so would give the sound guy full access. So if I wanted everything coming through speakers than I need a 16 channel splitter, and that would be 32 cables needed? Sorry for all the questions, I want to buy a rack but need to figure out how many spaces I need so also trying to see what I need to put in.
      • September 28, 2020
  • GeorgeDougherty
    Contributor - Level 2
    2020-09-27

    What exactly do the note buttons across the bottom do?   I thought they were a key selector but noticed you can have multiple notes toggled.  They light red so I'm assuming maybe it's a disable correction for that note?

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  • petercastle
    Newcomer - Level 2
    2020-09-27

    All Behringer music makers thought about buying a Behringer Wing,  come into a group with a musician production theme, multitrack training, and light-hearted humour.

     

    Link Behringer Wing Studio Mode Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/360112075372387/

     

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  • mopheij
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-09-26

    This is a Feature Request for the WINGs USB Recorder.

    It would be great if some where in the Recording Page the remaining space or time left on the drive is displayed.

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    • mopheij
      john0121 Thanks for the suggestion, I'll pass it along to the dev team for future consideration.
      • September 27, 2020
  • FlavioB
    Contributor - Level 3
    2020-09-25

    Hi all.

    I'm very new to this great concept of routing and buses, so I'm struggling to get hold of the basics (I guess).

    Can anybody assist me or is there any good site where I could start read and learn? If it's be a site, then it should be related to X32 in particular...

    Or I could simply pose my questions here?

    Let me know!

    BR,
    F.

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    • FlavioB
      Paul_Vannatto Hi Flavio, feel free to ask questions relating to routing and buses. You could also search YouTube for "X32 Routing". There should be plenty of them there. The ones by Drew Brashler are excellent.
      • September 25, 2020
    • FlavioB
      CraigFowler As a quick primer:

      Buses sum and can add processing (eg eq and compression) to a group of channel signals at certain tap points. The buses can then be used internally within the console (eg as an FX send if you wanted to add reverb to a bunch of vocal channels) or can be routed to physical output sockets on the console\stagebox to feed things like monitor and FOH amps.

      The X32 has 16 mono buses which can be used for monitors\subgroups\fx sends, which can be stereo-linked in odd\even pairs to create up to 8 stereo buses (useful for stereo IEMs.)

      The X32 also has a dedicated stereo LR bus, which is typically used for the FOH mix. There is also mono\centre bus, which would typically be used for feeding either subwoofers or a centre channel (you can set up LCR panning.) It can also be used as an FX send if you run out of regular buses.

      Finally, the X32 has 6 mono matrices. Like the buses, they can be stereo-linked in odd/even pairs, and then routed to individual physical outputs to feed various things. Typical uses would be front\side fills, delays, and overflows. Although you can't send channels to matrices, you can send buses there for summing and processing. Matricies are like buses for your buses.

      Using the various tabs in the Routing menu, you can determine exactly which signal will appear on which output socket on the console\stageboxes.
      • September 25, 2020
    • FlavioB
      FlavioB Hi guys. Thanks for your replies.
      Let's start with a practical use case: when using a DAW to record multi-track from my X32, I experienced that the FX (I'm using two outboards to add delay / reverb to my channels in a send-return fashion) is not getting recorded. So I just have all dry instruments in my DAW.
      A suggestion I got from a friend is to use 2 channels (or pairs, depending on mono/stereo instruments) for each instrument:
      - instrument (dry) channel
      - FX channel (no instrument)
      This way I would be able to adjust the FX amount for each channel (or channel pair) and also record that channel in my DAW. But here's the point I am stuck at: how can I have the FX return dedicated for each instrument on a separate channel?

      I hope my explanation is clear enough... otherwise just ask :-)
      Thanks,
      Flavio.
      • September 27, 2020
    • FlavioB
      CraigFowler I'm presuming you're using the aux IO for the inserts?

      By default the X32 records signals straight after the preamps, which is before any insert points, which is why the signals going to your DAW are dry. If you want to keep using the FX as send-returns and record them, you need to either record the wet input at the aux in sockets, (Routing>Card, set a block to AuxIn1-6/T) or use the Routing>Out1-16\Ultranet tabs to set up some direct outs from the instrument channels which tap post insert point, then send that Out1-16\Ultranet block to the cardout tab.

      If you want to go with your friend's suggestion, you'd need to stop using the channel's insert point, and instead set a channel direct out to the aux out socket feeding the outboard FX engine's input (routing>aux out.) If you do it post-fader you can use the channel's fader as a send level control. Then you'd need to return the FX signal to the aux input. The you can record the aux input directly using the routing>card>auxin1-6/t option, or you can set a spare channel (or 2) to source their signals from the aux in sockets (select channel>config>source: AuxX) then stage direct outs from those spare channels in the routin>out1-16\ultranet tabs, and then send the Out1-16\Ultranet block to the routing>card tab.
      • September 27, 2020
      • X32 and routing - where should I start from?
        FlavioB So here I am, after some time "off" from my studio...

        I've tried your first suggestion, Craig: "record the wet input at the aux in sockets". It seems to be working, but I don't understand how and why. Can you help? :-)
        So I have now the configuration you can see in the attached screenshot.
        For some reason, after fiddling a bit around, I discovered by pure luck that channel pair 31+32 is the pair I need to record in my DAW to also record the FX coming from my 2 outboard FX units.
        How is this possible?
        Thanks!
        F.
        • October 9, 2020
    • FlavioB
      CraigFowler [QUOTE]"record the wet input at the aux in sockets". It seems to be working, but I don't understand how and why.[/QUOTE]

      By setting one of the blocks in the Routing>Card section to AuxIn1-6/T, You're taking the signals that appear at the console's auxIn sockets (where the outputs of your outboard are plugged in; your FX returns) and passing them to the card interface to be output into your DAW, where you can record them.

      [QUOTE]For some reason, after fiddling a bit around, I discovered by pure luck that channel pair 31+32 is the pair I need to record in my DAW to also record the FX coming from my 2 outboard FX units.
      How is this possible?[/QUOTE]

      Ch31-32 probably have their sources set as aux1+2, so they're taking signal from those aux in sockets where your ourboard returns. Select ch31 (and 32,) config tab, and check what the source is.

      If you can upload your whole scene file we can have a look at how you've got it set up. If you're managing to record wet signals using the settings in the screenshot, you've done some extra work with the aux out tab, which is confusing things.
      • October 10, 2020
  • matthiasremes
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-09-25

    Hi. Im realy impressed with the 1.08.1. The soul extractor is just what i needed. ps nameles company:"the 545 is realy difficult to model"  :D

    I am currently using the sd card recorder for virtual soundchecks and it works nicely as long as my input sources stay the same. If the input sources change i find it cumbersome to rerout SD card inputs and outputs. I have found myself turning my brain into knots doing this. The user signals are a nice workaround but my channel count is often more than 24.

    So i was wondering if there is a way to somehow copy aes50 source routings to the recorder? Then i could just do my source setup and "copy" the assignemnts to the sd recorder so that the sd play ins the alt input.

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    • matthiasremes
      Nigel67 Hi Matthias. I have been talking to a few people regarding this. Could you give us more detail on how/why you would want to use this function. We are trying to understand if there is a work around for how you want this to work. One specific question that did come up, was if you stored your patching with the audio, and then changed channels on the surface, when you re-imported the patching, the surface channels would still be in the wrong place as you are only changing the patching. How were you intending to get round this problem? If you could supply as much information as you can and we will take another look at it. Many thanks
      • September 29, 2020
  • tominator83
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-09-24

    My team uses an XAir18. We have our in house mix, monitor mix from bus 1 and online mix from bus 6. I can of course adjust the level of FX (reverb/delay in my case) but it evenly gets adjusted accrossed all mixes. Is there a way to adjust the fx in each mix independently? Thank you in advance! 

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    • tominator83
      jwp525 I am looking for this solution as well
      • September 24, 2020
    • tominator83
      KyleJohnson Hello, Kyle here with Music Tribe. You can control the contribution from the FX return to each Mix Bus just as you can do with a channel (Using the SOF mode or the Sends menu). But you are sending the same FX Return to each bus (unless you only use the FX Send for one bus) meaning that you send a handful of channels to the FX Send, the effected signal comes back into the return and that FX Return mix will be the same mix of signal wherever it is sent.
      • September 24, 2020
      • I doubt anyone can answer this...
        tominator83 Oh wow. OK so I'm using an android interface and get what your saying but from my sends menu it only seems to give me the option to adjust the effects for that certain channel
        • September 25, 2020
    • tominator83
      GaryHiggins You might also try using the same effect assigned to a different fx slot such that 2 versions exist, say Vintage Reverb in slot 1 and then also Vintage Reverb in slot 4.
      • September 25, 2020
    • tominator83
      tominator83 Wait I figured it out!! I can change where the effects go from the effects rack!
      • September 25, 2020
    • tominator83
      StephenEvans The fader shown in the above picture is the amount of signal going TO the reverb. This will hence equally affect anything that the reverb is sent to. To adjust the amount of reverb going to each bus, first find the FX returns tab in your channel list. Then if you go to "sends on fader" for your different bus mixes, you can adjust the amount of reverb going to each. Or if you go to the "sends" tab of the reverb FX return then you should be able to adjust how much goes to each mix there.
      • September 30, 2020
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