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  • FilipeNunes
    Contributor - Level 2
    2020-10-10
    Olá.
    alguém tem o mapa dos canais midi da x32 para controlo remoto usando a pedaleira behringer fcb1010
    para fazer mute já tenho e esta a trabalhar bem encontrei isto que ajudou muito
    so me falta parametros para o tap delay
     
     
    Findings
    So in all my findings of the X32 MIDI implementation of the CC MIDI events for v2 of the firmware onwards:
    • MIDI channel 1 is fader information, 0..127
    • MIDI channel 2 is mute/unmute. 0-63 is off (unmute), 64-127 is on (mute). This can be a gotcha with inverting it so be aware.
    • MIDI channel 3 is pan (0 full left, 127 full right)
    Each control maps as the following:
    • 0 Ch 1 … 31 Ch 32
    • 32 Aux 1 … 39 Aux 8
    • 40 Fx 1 L, 41 Fx 1 R
    • 42 Fx 2 L, 43 Fx 2 R
    • 44 Fx 3 L, 45 Fx 3 R
    • 46 Fx 4 L, 47 Fx 4 R
    • 48 Bus 1 … 63 Bus 16
    • 64 Matrix 1 … 69 Matrix 6
    • 70 LR
    • 71 M/C
    • 72 DCA 1 … 79 DCA 8
    • 80 Mute Group 1 … 85 Mute Group 6
    For example, to mute bus 16, I’d send CC 63 with a value of 127 on MIDI channel 2
     
     
     
     
    falta é programar o tap delay mas nao encontro em lado nenhum os parâmetros
    alguém pode ajudar por favor
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    • FilipeNunes
      Paul_Vannatto The X32 midi implementation is fully documented in Patrick's X32 Protocol doc (https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Snbwx3m6us6L1qeP1_pD6s8hbJpIpD0a/view) on pages 137-140 and the sysex OSC string is on page 141.

      The midi protocol is actually a secondary protocol in the X32. The primary protocol is OSC. Neither protocol has a tap tempo as a direct command. Therefore the timing between button pushes has to be averaged and calculated into milliseconds. Then that values has to be sent to the X32 using the sysex text string using the /fx/[1-4]/par/1 (or /fx/[1-4]/par/2 for the stereo delay) to change the time value of the FX ([1-4] is the slot number, see page 87). We have been successful in using an arduino with a button to accomplish this. If you want the arduino code, we can provide that.
      • October 11, 2020
    • FilipeNunes
      FilipeNunes o meu interece é por midi fazer atuar os buttons de 5 a 12
      será isto possível??
      • October 12, 2020
  • robi
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-10-10

    Can anyone help me to find the XR-18 MIDI Sysex OSC command reference ?
    Thank you
    Roberto

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  • MrCaster
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-10-10

    Hey all... my GO XLR seems to be having troubleshoot errors righ tout of the box.... this isnt ideal for a streamer and iwas wondering if anyone had any solutions... I have already tried uninstalling it and reinstalling it. Ive tried pretty much everything..... any solutions? there is also a red blinking light in the device itself... any help would be very much appreciated! 

    P.S. I was really hoping to not have to send it back in becuase ive already had to return another package because they got my order wrong! AGAIN any help would be so very appreciated! 

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  • Mike7300
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-10-09

    Hi - someone suggested this to set gain on channels but I'm not sure where the PFL button is.

    As for your individual inputs (like your vocal mic), you can do this:

    1. Turn your main mixer fader(s) all the way down (you won't need any mixer output for what we are about to do
    2. Press the "PFL" button for your microphone channel
    3. Sing loudly into the mic
    4. Adjust the channel gain until the mixer VU gain reaches the low to mid portion of the yellow
    5. Depress the "PFL" button.
    6. You're done!

     

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    • Mike7300
      Paul_Vannatto What mixer are you using?
      • October 9, 2020
    • Mike7300
      Mike7300 X32 Rack
      • October 9, 2020
      • Setting gain on channels
        Paul_Vannatto The channel meters are already PFL. So no need of a PFL button. Just ignore those steps
        • October 9, 2020
    • Mike7300
      Mike7300 What should be the correlation between the channel level and gain level to optimize performance? Currently to reach low yellow for volume level bar I have mic channel level set at 0dbu and Gain at +40dbu
      • October 9, 2020
      • Setting gain on channels
        Paul_Vannatto I would say there is no correlation. Set the gain so that the channel meter is bouncing in the yellow. Adjust the channel fader for the desired mix of all of the channels combined. I typically start with channel faders around -5 db, then adjust to the overall mix of the group.
        • October 9, 2020
    • Mike7300
      Mike7300 Ok got it and just to be clear that’s -5dbu right
      • October 9, 2020
    • Mike7300
      Mike7300 After plugging in subs to the X32 Rack is there any setting I should change? . For instance with my surround system for tv i I set the main front speakers as “small” instead of “large” since I have subs. Is there something similar I would need to do with the mixer?
      • October 9, 2020
      • Setting gain on channels
        DaveMorrison Possibly. It depends on your cabinets. The general idea is to keep the low frequency out of the Main cabs, and the Mids and highs out of the subs. You subs may already have a crossover built in. If they don't you can filter out the highs with the built in "crossover filters" on the LR, M/C, and matrix busses. For a Low Pass filter, select the top band and use one of the BU, BS, or LR filters. The number is the roll-off per octave (in dB). If your Main cabs don't have a built-in setting to filter the low frequencies, you can setup a High-Pass filter to give you more clarity and more apparent power. Choose the low band with a BU, BS, or LR filter and set the cut-off somewhere in the range of 80-120 Hz.
        • October 9, 2020
  • adamsfc
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-10-09

    On the x32rack can you rename a recorded session file? How can that be done. This would be a no brainer as to make it useful for live preformance.

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  • TedRackley
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-10-09

    Hi all,

    Our band just got an X32 Rack. I set all send/busses to IN/LC so that when I have a mute group that mutes all input channels going to the main PA musicians can still hear themselves to warm up, set up their in ear levels, etc. 

     

    It worked well for a few days, but we did a gig last night where we had another sound guy who was going to listen to our FOH mix, so I saved our scene to the next scene to give him a mix to play with that wouldn't affect our soundchecked preset scene. But then the mutes on the channels killed our bus/sends. I went back to our original scene and we still have the same issue. 

    I tried changing/toggling the sends taps to every other setting to try get it to come back to mutes not affecting the sends, but it won't do it. 

    This muting issue affects the busses going to the analog outputs as well as mix busses assigned to certain P16m channels. One thing that is weird is that when muted, any channels assigned as direct outs to P16m Ultranet channels can still be heard when muted. 

    I think I found a bug, and it's frustrating. Has anyone else had this issue?  Any ideas for a fix?

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    • TedRackley
      GaryHiggins I don't know if it's a bug exactly but it is how the mutes work. The fix is to use dca mutes. Make a dcc group that includes all ch's and mute that dca. All FOH/main l/r ch's will get muted but not your monitor buses. Make sure dca mutes is NOT checked in the mute system setup checkboxes section.
      • October 9, 2020
    • TedRackley
      TedRackley Hmmm. I don't think it's supposed to work that way, but I'll try that as a workaround. If the mutes are supposed to kill the sends, why is there an IN/LC tap and an IN/LC + M tap?
      • October 9, 2020
      • X32 Rack, channel  mute is affecting send/bus
        GaryHiggins It's worked like that all along afaik. I think we are talking apples and oranges here. Only the staging menus have the tap points like that for routing. (outputs 1-16, aux out and ultra net out)
        • October 9, 2020
      • X32 Rack, channel  mute is affecting send/bus
        Paul_Vannatto What Gary is saying is correct. The channel mute affecting the sends is by design. I tried back in 2013 to get them to change that. But there were reasons why it couldn't be changed (don't exactly remember the reasons). The +M taps are for the staging menus only as Gary mentioned.
        • October 9, 2020
    • TedRackley
      TedRackley What is a staging menu? And why was it working before and now isn't working?
      • October 9, 2020
      • X32 Rack, channel  mute is affecting send/bus
        Paul_Vannatto Gary explained the staging menus in the Routing section. These include the Out 1-16, Aux Out and Ultranet screens. If you have always sent channel signals to mixbuses, then outputted those mixbuses to physical outputs, then channel muting will always affect those sends. If you had something working before, then I would suspect there was some routing changes.
        • October 9, 2020
    • TedRackley
      TedRackley https://dbbaudio.com/2017/x32-output-tap/ According to this article, Drew Brashler says: What is +M for?
      The +M stands for with mutes enabled. “IN/LC, PreEQ, PostEQ, and PreFdr” are taps that are not affected by the mute button due to those being placed before the fader in the signal flow. So, Behringer & Midas decided to add the +M to allow any of these taps to be muted.
      • October 9, 2020
      • X32 Rack, channel  mute is affecting send/bus
        Paul_Vannatto He is correct. But these taps are output taps (Routing, Out 1-16, Aux Out and Ultranet), not channel sends taps. Channel sends taps are found on the channels' sends screen and do not have these +M designation. That is because these are all post channel strip mutes.
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    • TedRackley
      TedRackley Thanks, Paul! I get it now. I believe that when I had input channels muted, I was still hearing direct channel outputs only on my P16m (which are not affected by input channel mutes) and not MixBus channels on my P16m (where I have a keyboard/synth group, background vox mics group, guitars group, etc.), and thought I was hearing everything. I had to make groups of things because we use 38 inputs, but only have 16 channels on the P16m's. I'll check it out on the gig tonight. If I mute a DCA, is that the same as just pulling the DCA fader all the way down? I.e. it won't mute the channels, so the sends will still work, but it will take those channels in the DCA group all the way down, i.e. out of the mains?
      • October 10, 2020
  • hdawg0314
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-10-08

    I first ordered a wing and then found out about the ghost touch issue so that freaked me out so i returned the wing and now i am trying to order an X32 because those have seen to stand the test of time but the problem im seeing is every company that sells X32 boards have them on back order.

     

    My question is are you trying to replace the X32 with the wing and phase out the X32 by making it discontinued? if thats the case I would like to order another wing and hope it doesnt have the ghost touch issue.

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    • hdawg0314
      Paul_Vannatto No its definitely not discontinued. If you are looking for the full X32, Musician's Friend currently have stock. The ghost issue is showing on a very few Wings. I have both here with no issues at all.
      • October 8, 2020
    • hdawg0314
      Indiana Yeah I would not let the ghost touch issue scare you away from the Wing. I have two and have had no issues. Just run the screen test on them as soon as you get them to make sure you don't have one with an issue. They are great consoles.
      • October 11, 2020
  • Anlget
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-10-08

    Can i use my x32 core with s32 or should i buy 2 s16's? Pls help me. 

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    • Anlget
      Paul_Vannatto Yes you can. But my preference is to use multiple smaller stageboxes, such as the SD8 and SD16. It give so much more versatility.
      • October 8, 2020
    • Anlget
      Anlget Thanks i already have a s32 unfortunately. Could you open “versatility” a bit?
      • October 8, 2020
      • X32 and s32
        Paul_Vannatto I do sound for a number of bands and events. I place stageboxes in strategic places on stage, such as one stage left, one stage right (or front/back) and maybe one at the drums. That significantly reduces the cable spaghetti.
        • October 8, 2020
      • X32 and s32
        Anlget I do it via my multicore cables and i am going to use my x32 and s32 at my home studio. So “versatility“ is Just about cables and placement. Am i right? Not about sound quality or recording capabilities?
        • October 9, 2020
      • X32 and s32
        Paul_Vannatto Yes that is correct
        • October 9, 2020
      • X32 and s32
        Anlget Thanks.
        • October 11, 2020
  • Anlget
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-10-08

    Hello

    can i use my x32 core with s32 or i have to buy 2 x s16?

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    • Anlget
      KyleJohnson Hello, Kyle here with Music Tribe. Yes you can use the S32 stagebox with the X32 Core.
      • October 8, 2020
    • Anlget
      Anlget Thanks. Is There any connection differences s32? Connect via single cat5 or better if i use two cat5 for a and b?
      • October 8, 2020
      • X32 core with s32
        KyleJohnson You only need to use 1 connection. You can connect from AES50A or B on the X32 to AES50A on the S32. Any single run of AES50 is capable of 48 bidirectional channels, so you could even add another 8 or 16 channel stagebox on the same run if you wanted to.
        • October 8, 2020
      • X32 core with s32
        Anlget Thanks a lot for your support.
        • October 9, 2020
  • lpagross
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-10-08

    Am I right in thinking that there are no assignable controls on the X32 Rack?

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    • lpagross
      Paul_Vannatto Yes that is correct. But you can access these using X32-Edit or Mixing Station.
      • October 8, 2020
      • X32 Rack & Assigns
        lpagross Do you mean the assignable controllers are available in x32 edit? By which I mean can I assign some MIDI controllers to them?
        • October 8, 2020
      • X32 Rack & Assigns
        Paul_Vannatto Yes the assignable controllers are available in X32-Edit (Assign button on top right section opens up a window with the A, B, C and Edit). But these can't be controlled via midi on the X32 Rack (see page 117 in Patrick's X32 OSC Protocol doc).
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