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    Newcomer - Level 1

    Is the X air 18 compatible with a galaxy tab a7?

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    • tedf0rd73
      Paul_Vannatto It should work fine. I've been using a Galaxy Tab A 8" tablet with the X-Air and X32 consoles for over 5 years now without any issue.
      • May 26, 2021
    • tedf0rd73
      tedf0rd73 Awesome!! Thanks, Paul
      • May 26, 2021
    • tedf0rd73
      tedf0rd73 How do I download the app to control my XAir 18?
      • July 7, 2021
    • tedf0rd73
      Paul_Vannatto Go to the Play Store and search for X-Air App. The best app is Mixing Station Pro.
      • July 7, 2021
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    Volunteer Moderator

    Hi everyone,

    I have just released an update for the Live Toolbox and Scene Parser family of apps, with some bug fixes and enhancements.

    X32 Live Toolbox v1.33

    X-Air Live Toolbox v1.33

    MX Terminal v1.08

    LT_Command v1.08


    X32 Scene Parser v1.15

    X-Air Scene Parser v1.02


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    Contributor - Level 2

    I'm a big fan of the Wing-Q app, I like that it is super obvious and easy to use. My only issue, is I am about to try and explain to some older folk how to use the app, and on a normal phone, the channel names are tiny! I'm not sure anyone will be able to read it... 

    What I was wondering, is whether it would be possible to have the channel name text size, and fader lengths increased, as far as they can reasonably go (possibly as an optional thing) to make it easier to read which channel is which, and to accurately adjust the faders. I realise that partly it is a tradeoff for having 12 channels per layer, but I took a screen grab on my phone, and highlighted some ideas where some space could potentially be saved to maximise the available area for the channel names. Any increases in text size would be much appreciated! 



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    • StephenEvans
      Dale_M Thanks for your comment I will pass your remarks over to the design team for consideration.
      • May 1, 2021
  • New
    Newcomer - Level 1

    I feel so silly, but I can not for the life of me find the software needed for the podcastudio2 ive been looking for hours and the quick start guide says to download software before connecting it to my mac. PLEASE HELP

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    • tonemotivates
      john0121 Hi Tonya, sorry it's missing from the webpage for podcastudio 2. You can find the same software bundle for download on this page though:

      Just click software on the right and there is a link for "all software for mac". Don't forget to register the product too (via support button) and you'll get a redemption code for Tracktion DAW.
      • December 7, 2020
  • New
    Newcomer - Level 1

    Looking to purchase an iPad Air to control it.

    Will the first Gen iPad air with the 12.4.9 firmware work?

    Should I purchase this iPad?


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    • BroJamesReece
      DaveMorrison 12.4.9 will work with both Mixing Station Pro and X32-Mix. X32-Mix hasn't been updated for three years and a lot of features don't work—notably routing. Mixing works fine though. Mixing Station is updated regularly and is highly recommended.
      • November 14, 2020
  • jonathaneliu45
    Newcomer - Level 1

    Can someone help me with this question?

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    • jonathaneliu45
      Paul_Vannatto The answer is 16, according to the "BE-P0BV2-WING-OSC_Documentation.pdf" (page 10) that is included with the latest Wing firmware update.
      • October 4, 2020
  • cleansugar
    Newcomer - Level 1

    Would you please send me a Behringer X32-Mix 2.3.2 ~ 2.0 for ios 5.1.1(iPad 1) ipa file?


    I can not find anything on internet.


    Thank you very much.


    [email protected]

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    • cleansugar
      john0121 Sorry we can only provide through the app store and can only list the latest version. We aren't able to provide an older version for iOS5.
      • September 23, 2020
  • srasi009
    Newcomer - Level 1

    What type of router should I get for my X32 console? There are so many and I am having trouble picking the correct MB per second

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    • srasi009
      RexBeckett It does not need to be super fast. 1200 Mbps would be enough. It should be a dual-band router and you should use the 5GHz band because it is more resistant to interference from phones and other Wifi devices. Look for one that supports 802.11ac Wifi and has multiple external antennae. It is also an advantage to have at least two LAN ports so you can connect a wired laptop if/when necessary.
      • July 21, 2020
    • srasi009
      DavidKnighton Hello srasi009. Any simple router will do. The feature that I would consider before purchasing is WiFi RANGE. The lower end models don't have very good range, which means that the signal will degrade faster when there's a bunch of phones/tablets in the room. Users will often have a good soundcheck, but once the room is filled with guests, the WiFi signal starts to become unreliable. Get a router that has decent range for your expected environment and keep it as close as possible to the area in which it will be used most heavily. Notable brands, Linksys, Netgear, Cisco, TP Link. Avoid using Apple products as they are finicky with these consoles.
      • July 23, 2020
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