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    tonydunn
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-01-17

    When entering Patterns into a Track, I have noticed that the TD3 seems to almost randomly choose which Pattern and more importantly Pattern Section is to come after the most recently inserted Pattern, and I don't understand why.

    By way of example, say I want to enter 3 patterns, numbers 1, 2 and 3, all in Pattern Section A, in Pattern Group I. Set up for Track 1, start the sequencer running, select Pattern 1, Write/Next, then sometimes the TD3 stays on that Pattern ready for next insert into the Track, but other times it selects the next Pattern for me (by what I logic I do not know), and this is where I'm baffled, because it sometimes jumps to Pattern Section B and a Pattern of its own choosing.

    I can obviously change Pattern to the one I want (so in this example, Pattern 2 in Pattern Section A, Pattern Group I) but I would like to know why the change in Pattern Section happens, so if possible I can avoid it happening.

    Part of the reason for wanting to understand this is to prevent me not noticing the change in Pattern Section when inserting a Pattern into a Track, and inserting a pattern from Section B rather than Section A, and confusing myself when I play back the Track.

    I did just this and inadvertently inserted from B not A, and the inserted Pattern (from B) was empty. t was only when I noticed the LED light up to show me which Pattern Section the Pattern to be inserted was coming from, that I realised (1) what was happening and (2) why the Track was not playing back what I thought I had entered :)

    Of course, paying attention to what the TD3 is showing me is the next Pattern for insertion is the right thing to do, but I found it easy to make a mistake, and would like to avoid that, if possible.

    Anyone else see this happening, and if so, how did you fix it?

    Many thanks

    Tony

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    efgnow
    Contributor - Level 1
    2022-01-16

    Hi, it's been some time since I've used my Deepmind 12, and I'm having trouble finding out how to connect my iPad via WiFi, or even via USB with Lightning connector. Does anyone know how to find a correct, concise information source to do these things?

    I can connect to my PC via usb, but I want to use the iPad I bought for this purpose.

    Thanks.

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    PM
    Contributor - Level 2
    2022-01-16

    Hi,

    The MS-1 portamento is either off or way too much portamento. Did anyone else notice this problem? I have an SH-101 and the MS-1 is totally different in operation. And why did Behringer take away the brilliant sequencer of the original?

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    PM
    Contributor - Level 2
    2022-01-16

    Hi,

    Does anyone else have a malfunction with TD-3-MO track mode? For me, it adds extra patterns in the track I didn't want.

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    Sounder
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-01-15

    Hello people from Behringer,

    it is absolutely necessary that you make an update of the App of the DM12 editor especially for the new iPad OS 15.2. Furthermore to mark presets with the smiling face, the limit is eight faces. This is by far not enough! 

    Sometimes the function of the pitch wheel is reversed after handling presets with the editor.

    There should be a possibility to print out all the names of the presets in the different banks.

    Even if the DM12 is not the newest product, there should be more service to editor software!

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    mkL7718
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-01-14

    Salut, je n’arrive plus à enregistrer de pattern avec ma TD-3, elle est neuve, je m’en suis servi 1 semaine il y a 6 mois et cela fonctionnait mais en la rebranchant cette semaine, je peux jouer des notes manuellement mais pas les enregistrer... 

    Pouvez vous m’aider svp ? Merci :)

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    SuNo
    Newcomer - Level 2
    2022-01-13

    Page 12 or the Quick Start Guide, Mixer/Reverb Section, Label 42 MIXER OUT, I read

    "This output is an additional Mixer output that taps the prewired Mixer connection which feeds into the Reverb circuit."

     

    This looks like it should be "Use this input to route an audio signal into the Reverb". This was indeed the behaviour on the ARP 2600 (reading the doc, I don't have one!), and the behaviour when using the Behringer 2600.

    [Edited after that Paul Vannatto replied - I can't seem to be able to reply further?]

    Further to reply to Paul Vannato:

    (1) what I described is exactly what happens. Try it with a simple patch, namely having all sliders in the middle raw at 0, reverb at mid-level - NO sound of course, as the output of the Mixer section is null. Now patch one of the VCO output (say Sine of VCO3) in the said Mixer Out; now Reverb's output can be heard.


    (2) Look at one the patch from the ARP 2600 patch book (say number 33, but many of them have this): you can see a patch cord from the VCA output to the Mixer Out.


    (3) If you look closely at the arrow over the Mixer Out plug, you will see it is an input to the reverb (direction of the arrow)

    As a conclusion, the Quick Start Guide has an error.

    Gilbert

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    • SuNo
      Paul_Vannatto No that is a "Mixer Output", not an input. The signal is tapped just before it feeds the reverb engine and is available as an output to an external device, such as an amplifier, FX engine, etc. If it was as you stated "Use this input..." it would be labeled as an input.
      • Jan 13
    • SuNo
      SuNo (4) On the ARP 2600, the Mixer Out is labelled as an input
      • Jan 14
    • SuNo
      SuNo (5) The German part of the Quick Start Guide says "Dieser zusätzliche Mixer-Ausgang greift die vorverdrahtete
      Mixer-Verbindung ab, die zur Reverb-Schaltung weitergeleitet wird." which translates (google) as : "This additional Mixer Output accesses the pre-wired one Mixer connection, which is passed on to the reverb circuit." So clearly the translation is inconsistent with the original (German).
      • Jan 14
    • SuNo
      Paul_Vannatto According to the 2600 product page
      https://www.behringer.com/product.html?modelCode=P0DNJ
      and the QSG, the left jack is labeled "Mixer Out". So if yours is labeled input, it is mislabeled.
      The purpose of the Mixer Out and Reverb Out jacks is to provide the ability of mixing the pre-reverb signal (called the dry signal) and the post-reverb (called wet signal) in a desired ratio. This is used a lot with vocal channels where the dry signal is mixed with some of the reverb to get the desired mix.
      • Jan 14
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    MrDiscoDai
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-01-13

    Hi please tell me what your complaints procedures are and if there is a postal address or email address? There is nothing on your website besides a customer care link that takes me to an error message.

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    MrDiscoDai
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-01-13

    Sorry to use this an outlet for a complaint, but music tribe don't seem to have a complaints department or even a public phone line.

     

    This is the second time I have bought a Berhinger synth (Neurorn and Pro-1) and there has been no plug head for the power supply, which renders it useless and basically junk.

    I can't buy the part separately and music tribe are refusing to send it out in the post. They have advised me to either return the  whole (brand new) unit to the seller (massively inconvenient) or buy another power supply unit and throw the other one away... I don't care about the £5 for about power supply unit, I do care about the complete disregard for the waste they are happy to create because someone up ar Music Tribe headquarters either cant be bothered to deal with this or is so anally retentive they can't look outside the box and resolve the issue by sending out a bit if plastic that I can't buy privately and probably costs less than a pound. Instead they would rather have a stand off and be a total obstacle.

     

    I wont be buying your products again, your customer facing staff need some serious training on how to deal with the public and my experience with you has been massively disappointing on this occasion and you have sullied your own reputation with your total lack respect or value for your customers. 

     

    Wasteful, small minded and lacking basic common sense.

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    • MrDiscoDai
      Dale_M Hi there, sorry for your experience, Music Tribe does not sell goods directly, the transaction will be with the seller and if your product has arrived in less than perfect condition or with parts missing, the seller is under obligation to rectify the matter. Although we appreciate your efforts , quite often doing things the correct way will be far less hassle for you in the long run, the seller needs to assist you. I hope this helps.
      • Jan 13
    • MrDiscoDai
      MrDiscoDai

      Nonsense. I can either send the whole unit half way around the country which weighs a good few more ounces than the plug head which weighs a few grams or you could just send it and not be so wasteful... which makes more sense, cost wise and with has the least impact on yours and my cabon foot print? The first time this happened you sent the part out without question or hassle... If I send this unit back seller. I wont be having another one, especially when I know from experience you can resolve this very easily by sending me the part that you left out. The fact that it keeps happening says a lot about where your quality control is at, which I can accept when you take ownership for it, but that's not what's happening on this occasion.

      • Jan 13
    • MrDiscoDai
      Dale_M I have just looked in to your previous interactions with our Service team, I understand that you have purchased a unit from an eBay seller and it arrived without a slider, if you are not willing to return it back to the seller as faulty/damaged/missing then your only option is to purchase a replacement UK psu via Support/Parts and ask for the price and availability of CQ01-00229-000 -we do not have any of the sliders on stock in the UK as they are not available as an official spare part because they are part of the country variant PSU models available such as US/EU/UK etc. I hope this helps.
      • Jan 13
    • MrDiscoDai
      Paul_Vannatto Buying a product off of ebay (which is the wild, wild west of online sellers) and holding the manufacturer responsible for something missing is no different than buying a toaster in a yard sale and blaming Proctor Silex because the cord was missing. Unbelievable!
      • Jan 13
    • MrDiscoDai
      Paul_Vannatto You are aiming the complaint at the wrong entity. Complain to the seller (who screwed up) and if that doesn't work, and you paid using paypal, submit a complaint to paypal and you might get a partial refund.
      • Jan 14
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    KillBurn
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-01-13

    1st of all let me be clear:

    I've just got the crave as my first synth this christmas, I really have no idea of how it works, I just like to think that the sound are magically produced and I like to spend hours in playing with it.

    So as a complete noob I tried to add several external audio sources in the "ext audio" jack, turned the mix knob all the way righ, but the volume of the external source is always very low.

    Even if I connect my Revox amp to it, sound signal is extremely low and, turning crave volume to max also increase the distortion.

    So

    Is anyone so kind to tell me where I'm wrong?

     

    Regards

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