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    lpagross
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-12-14

    I've bought a Behringer X-Touch Mini to control X32 Edit & my X32 Rack. Is there any documentation about how Mackie Control Mode has been set up, or is there an editor I can use?

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    • lpagross
      lpagross The X-Touch Mini could be such a great controller for the X32 Rack if it just had a better MC Mode. Is there any way to edit the MC Mode?
      • January 17, 2021
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    Digiti4444
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-12-11

    Just received berhringer rd8 ,going through controls 

    And my one doesn't seem too erase and copy 

    Erases after factory reset then stops after a few goes ..

    All the correct communication when trying to copy but then doesn't copy 

    Item came already programmed too ..which means been used before ..

    Any suggestions ,

     

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    • Digiti4444
      ThorstenBösing Have you the actual Firmware on it ? Try to use the Synthtribe App and have a look on the Firmware.
      • December 13, 2020
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    ralphiedee
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-12-09

    A little bit more on how to take two patterns and merge them together to form one, I see a few videos but they do not touch on this.

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    • ralphiedee
      PedroRodrigues Hi ralphiedee, If you want to edit any patterns stored on the Behringer TD-3 using the Behringer Synth Tool app, select the Pattern group, Pattern section, and Pattern where the pattern is stored, then click Recall.
      There are two components to a pattern: the rhythm and changing the pitch’s attributes (accent, transposition, etc.). You can create up to 250 user patterns, but only 16 can be used at a time: 8 on Pattern Section A and 8 on Pattern Section B.
      To enter the pattern rhythm
      Use the Mode knob and select Write.
      Press the pattern group (A or B) and select the pattern number (1-8) you want your pattern to reside.
      Hold function + press step to select the number of steps you want the pattern to be (i.e., hold the function button, then press the step button four times to create a four-step pattern).
      You can have up to 16 steps per pattern.
      Press Pitch to enter pitch mode.
      Use the silver and black keys to enter the pitch.
      Press the time mode button, then use the transpose up to enter 16th notes, and transpose down to enter triplets to enter the rhythm.
      It will automatically exit time mode once the amount of steps has been reached (i.e., after entering the fourth step, you will automatically exit time mode)
      All rhythms are based on 16th notes.
      Edit pattern pitches

      If you need to change a pitch in your pattern, you will need to go into pitch mode and go through each step manually.

      Press PITCH MODE to return to the start of the pattern.
      Press WRITE/NEXT to play the notes one at a time.
      Press BACK to go back to the last note played.
      Enter the new note.
      Hold either TRANSPOSE button and then press the note.
      Press WRITE/NEXT until all notes have been played.
      Press FUNCTION to exit.
      Change the pitch attributes

      Press the Pitch mode button.,
      Press the press Write/Next to go through the steps.
      Press and hold the Write/Next button, and press the silver Transpose, Accent, and Slide to apply the parameter to the selected step.
      Once you’re finished, turn the Mode knob to Pattern Play.
      Pattern tips

      Press Start/stop and Clear at the same time to create a random pattern.
      While a pattern is playing, press the Clear button to turn on the metronome. Once the metronome begins playing, you can just tap your rhythm in.

      Create tracks using patterns
      Once you’ve created your patterns, you can then assign them to tracks. There are a total of seven tracks you can create.
      Use the Track Pattern group knob to select the track your pattern(s) will be played. There are seven tracks to choose from.
      Turn the mode wheel up to Track Write, then press Bar Reset.
      Press start and select the first pattern you want in your track.
      Press the next pattern you want on your track, then press Write/Next.
      Once you’re finished creating your track, press Clear, Write/Next, then Start/Stop.
      Turn the Mode knob to Track Play to hear the arrangement.
      I hope this helps
      • December 10, 2020
    • ralphiedee
      ralphiedee Yes this helps but the last piece to the puzzle for me would be to know if I could play a pattern off my keyboard, record the midi notes in Ableton then be able to copy those notes into the 303 using the sync tool so I could then add the accents or slides and transposing if any. Now al I can do is to put both screens up and copy by eye. ???
      • December 10, 2020
      • Behringer 303 sync tool 2.4.0 questions
        PedroRodrigues Hi ralphiedee please be aware that you will be able to play a pattern off your keyboard and record the midi notes in Ableton, but you need to implement that on the Abelton side. Regarding the ability to copy those notes into the 303 using the sync tool that will not be possible. Thank you
        • December 11, 2020
    • ralphiedee
      ralphiedee I figured that thx
      • December 11, 2020
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    ralphiedee
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-12-07

    Question, a bit rusty on midi but I have my TD 303 and trying to sync to Abelton Live. I'm using a FocusRite ScarletIt interface and it seems to work but the sync seems off as I dont know if its the patterns in the 303 but when I raise or lower the tempo in Live it slows and speds up so I guess it's synced?

     

    Can I use midi and will it sync better?

    If someone can answer this I have a few kinda newbie questions, plz advize thx RD

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    • ralphiedee
      PedroRodrigues Hi, Ralphiedee as I’m sure you are aware the TD-3 is a USB Class Compliant MIDI device, and so no driver installation is required. The TD-3 does not require any additional drivers to work with Windows and MacOS.
      The unit offers the following MIDI connections:
      MIDI OUT/THRU - this 5-pin DIN jack is used to output MIDI OUT data, and pass through MIDI data received at the MIDI INPUT.
      MIDI IN - this 5-pin DIN jack receives MIDI data from an external source. This will commonly be a MIDI keyboard, an external hardware sequencer, a computer equipped with a MIDI interface.
      USB PORT - this USB type B jack allows connection to a computer. The TD3 will show up as a class-compliant
      USB MIDI device, capable of supporting MIDI in and out.
      USB MIDI IN - accepts incoming MIDI data from an application.
      USB MIDI OUT - sends MIDI data to an application

      When it comes to Sync, please be aware that to Sync and set up the clock type, you should star by using the selector switches 1, 2, 3, or 4 represent clock source INT, MIDI, USB, or TRIG respectively
      The selector switches 5, 6, 7, or 8 represent clock rate 1PPs, 2PPQ, 24PPQ, or 48PPQ respectively.
      Press Function.
      Make sure no sequence is playing.
      Press BACK and WRITE/NEXT at the same time to enter Sync setting mode.
      Selector 1 to 8LEDs will turn on, and the current clock source (1 to 4) and clock rate (5 to 8) will fl ash, you have about 3 seconds to make any changes.
      Press Selector 1, 2, 3, or 4 to change the clock source to INT, MIDI, USB, or TRIG respectively
      6. Press Selector 5, 6, 7, or 8 to change the clock rate to 1PPs, 2PPQ, 24PPQ, or 48PPQ respectively.
      Press any other buttons or after no changes for a 3 seconds, the changes are saved.
      Repeat step 3 to check your selection. Caution: Clock source must always be INT (internal) if you are not using an external clock.
      Please note that the clock rate 24 or 48 PPQ (Pulses per quarter) are recommended.
      To set up the TD-3 with Ableton you should do the following:
      Start by connect the TD-3 to your PC via USB, connect the output jack from the TD-3 to a 1/4" input on your audio interface and turn it on. Per the User Guide, you don't have to install a driver, as the TD-3 is USB class compliant and therefore doesn't need one for Windows or MacOS. (I will assume you aren't trying to do this on an OS that is a flavor of Linux.)

      Open Ableton.

      In a new Live Set insert a MIDI track if necessary.

      Select Session View and Device View if not already selected.

      Select Instruments from Categories on the left side of the Ableton Live window and drag/drop an External Instrument into the MIDI track. You should see the External Instrument title bar inside the device view.

      Set "MIDI To" to the TD-3. (If you don't see it, either your computer's not seeing the TD-3 or you started Ableton before turning it on. If it's the latter, turn the TD-3 on and go back to step 2.) MIDI channel will probably be 1. I'm going to guess that you can use Behringer SynthTool to set the MIDI channel on the TD-3 end if necessary.

      Set "Audio From" to the input number on your audio interface.
      Now, you make a choice: Today, do you want to use Ableton to trigger the TD-3 to play notes, or do you want to use the TD-3's internal sequencer to generate the notes? To make these changes, you'll go to Preferences in Ableton. To make Ableton send MIDI notes to the TD-3, select the Link/MIDI tab in Ableton, and where it says "Output: Behringer TD-3" or something to that effect, turn Track on. If you'd like to use the TD-3's internal sequencer, turn Sync on instead.

      Now to deal with latency. It will be helpful to turn the Ableton click track on and play quarter notes from the TD-3 so you can tune the track delay times so the TD-3 plays nice with your internal instruments and VSTis in Ableton.

      The D button toward the lower right side of the window in Ableton toggles the Track Delay controls; this lets you add delay time to the software synths and drum machines so your computer can send sync or MIDI to the TD-3, the TD-3 can generate sound, and your audio interface can receive the signal and burp it all out through your speakers without the TD-3 lagging behind the soft synths.
      • December 9, 2020
    • ralphiedee
      ralphiedee Thank you very much your tech support is great!!
      • December 9, 2020
    • ralphiedee
      ThorstenBösing from my side, better use the midi jacks instead of USB. USB and midi makes often a problem, because of its nature. this is not a problem of the TD-3. I saw that on a lot of friends PC´s. There are so many USB devices and different USB-hubs etc. And mostly the combinations on USB devices makes trouble to the stability of the Sync process. had the same with Products from other Brands so its a gerenric problem. USB / Midi is not my cup of tea.
      • December 13, 2020
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    Zigo
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-12-07

    Is there a document anywhere which details all the MIDI commands for the CMD PL-1?

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    claritasetsapientia
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-12-06

    Hi everyone!

    New member here. I just purchased my U-Phoria and excited to put it to good use. Unfortunately my Macbook doesn't seem to recognize it. I looked for drivers on the Behringer website but only found drivers for Windows. Can you help me find drivers for Mac?

    Thanks so much!

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    • claritasetsapientia
      DaveMorrison This device is Plug and Play. No drivers are required (or available). Look in the "System Report" in the USB section under the Hardware tab to see if it's being detected. (you can get there under the "apple" menu: "about this Mac" or search for "System Report"). With the last few OS versions, you'll also have to allow the "microphone" to be enable for each program to allow any sound to the computer (look under "System Preferences: Security & Privacy": Privacy: Microphones".
      • December 6, 2020
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    LingLong35
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-12-06

    The product page doesn't have a link download the software and google isn't much help. Anyone have a copy they want to upload share?

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    • LingLong35
      john0121 Hi Jack, sorry the link is missing at the moment. This has been reported to the web team to get it back in place. In the meantime here is a copy to download:

      https://we.tl/t-j6jB9tRXnC

      Hope this helps
      • December 6, 2020
      • Where to find the X-Touch mini editor software?
        estuermer thank you. I thought I am blind and/or crazy.
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        • December 7, 2020
      • Where to find the X-Touch mini editor software?
        LingLong35 Thank you John!
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        • December 7, 2020
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    SamMadoo
    Contributor - Level 2
    2020-12-01

    Behringer used to sell these chips for the FCB1010 through their own official Amazon store for like $9. I still have a screenshot of that! Now all of a sudden it's sold for $79 through other sellers?

     

    Here's the Amazon link:

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B011VGPUSS/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=inthemix08-20&camp=1789&creative=9325&linkCode=as2&creativeASIN=B011VGPUSS&linkId=dc8b84f7da9dabc5a0136a687ad7aa9c&fbclid=IwAR0e5uHTAskjZxumBgnLE5N1H9TbQwPY6lystD0i3p0x8-dQC51enfqWZTM

     

    Click on "Available from these sellers" and see it for yourself.

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    YiannisKan
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-11-30

    Guys I am looking for a manual or a video or directions on how to assign the fuction Buttons of my X touch One through Steinberg's Cubase !

    Best regards,

    John

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    • YiannisKan
      WilliamR Hello, here is a setup video for you.
      • November 30, 2020
    • YiannisKan
    • YiannisKan
      YiannisKan Thank you my friend but I have already seen this video and it does not answer my question ! This is a starting setup video. I am asking how to assign the 4 function button s of Xtouch one through Cubase. There is a video of the same guy showing this for Logic but not on Cubase!
      • November 30, 2020
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    TylerMorton
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-11-28

    Went to the product download page to get this for a new computer and it seems to be gone? Does anyone know where to download the X-touch editor from? 

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    • TylerMorton
      DaveMorrison X-TOUCH MINI or Compact? They're under the "Product Library: Software" menu for each product.
      • November 28, 2020
    • TylerMorton
      john0121 Just click "software" on the right of the page here and you'll see it:

      https://www.behringer.com/behringer/product?modelCode=P0B3L
      • November 29, 2020
      • X-Touch Editor?
        estuermer Nope there is nothing
        • December 4, 2020
      • X-Touch Editor?
        DaveMorrison Things disappear (and re-appear) on this website and now the "Product Library: Software" menu is gone, gone, gone.
        • December 6, 2020
    • TylerMorton
      LingLong35 The product page does not have a link to download the editor. Anyone have a copy and upload one?
      • December 6, 2020
    • TylerMorton
      john0121 Sorry, the link is missing at the moment. This has been reported to the web team for a fix. In the meantime here is a copy posted at wetransfer

      https://we.tl/t-j6jB9tRXnC
      • December 6, 2020
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