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  • 2020-10-01

    Hello - My level pilot creates a lot of static when i turn it now. What product should I use to alleviate? 

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    • Sebastian Robertson
      William Reichling Hello Sebastion, I would recommend taking it to a service technician and have them spray the potentiometer with some contact cleaner. This should clear up any build-up that may be causing the static when you physically turn the knob.
      • Oct 2
  • 2020-09-29

    where is a definitive xtouch-x touch compact logic manual/video/tutorial

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  • 2020-09-21

    Hi guys!

    I really need some help with the hook-up and setup of the Clarity M Surround. I have had no problem hooking it up and setting it up in stereo mode, but I work with 5.1 surround and this is a real brain wrecker... Luckily, my interface it's also tc electronic (Studio Konnekt 48) so I hope this should ease things up. It looks like that the clarity just recognizes surround if you set the Clarity's INPUT up to AES1-3, but it looks like the Studio Konnekt 48 can just output 2 channels through the SPDIF... (maybe I'm wrong). And if I switch the Clarity input to "digital" so the optical ADAT output gives up to eight channels, the Clarity goes on stereo mode... Please need some help here...

    Thanks!

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    • César Montegrifo
      Pedro Rodrigues Hi,
      César Montegrifo you will need to connect this via SUB-D cable, the 3 BNC connectors accept signals from your audio interface via S/PDIF by using the included BNC-to-RCA adapter, for surround sound use, 3 adapters will be needed.
      We recommend the Neutrik NA2FBNC adapter for this purpose, as you can see below

      Please see each of the inputs stated below you will need one adaptor mention above of each input


      Please see below how the DB15 cable routs the signal

      I hope this helps.
      Thank you
      • Sep 21
      • Clarity M 5.1 Surround
        César Montegrifo Hi Pedro,
        Thanks for the help, I was aware of that, but my audio interface (tc electronic studiokonnekt48) has only one AES/EBU output as the majority of the audio interfaces have.
        Does this mean that I need to change my Audio Interface?? T.C. Electronic should warn about this. Not even sure which surround audio interface has 3 AES/EBU outputs or a AES/EBU 6 channel D-sub connector...
        T.C. Electronics should have a compatibility list.
        Thank you Pedro
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        • Sep 21
      • Clarity M 5.1 Surround
        Pedro Rodrigues Hi César Montegrifo , please be aware that you will be able to connect a XLR cable on a AES3 as the AES/EBU cable is 110 ohm balanced and the XLR is typically 66-75ohm cable, you will lose quality but you will be able to run it.
        When it comes to the compatibility list or any kind of information regarding the StudioKonnekt 48 is a legacy unit and we have stopped releasing any resources for this unit for some time now.
        May I ask why to you wish to measure your Loudness in 5.1 configuration?
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        • Sep 21
  • 2020-07-26

    Hi all - I'm having trouble getting the footswitch "reset" feature to work on my Clarity M Stereo. Do I need to use a certain type of footswitch? I've tried a few different keyboard sustain pedals without any luck.

    Also, I'm using the Clarity in plugin mode - would that affect the footswitch in any way (I assume not)?

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    • Anthony Lopez
      William Reichling Hello Anthony, Please be sure you are using a two-button footswitch with a TRS cable as shown in the diagram on page 7 of the users manual.
      • Jul 28
    • Anthony Lopez
      William Reichling https://mediadl.musictribe.com/download/documents/tcelectronic/CLARITY%20M_CLARITY%20M%20STEREO_M_EN.pdf
      • Jul 28
      • Clarity M Stereo Footswitch not recognized
        Anthony Lopez Thanks for the help William. I did try 2 different two-button foot switches with TRS ends like those pictured - both did not work. Do you know if this dual pedal needs to be a momentary switch pedal, or a latching on/off type pedal? If you have a model of pedal you can recommend, I'll gladly take whatever advice you can give me!
        • Jul 28
    • Anthony Lopez
      William Reichling In relation to your question:

      “For a clarity M, Do you know if this dual pedal needs to be a momentary switch pedal, or a latching on/off type pedal? If you have a model of pedal you can recommend, I'll gladly take whatever advice you can give me!”



      I would recommend a momentary switch pedal since the GPI inputs on the Clarity M acts like the PAUSE/PLAY and RESET buttons on the product itself – these buttons are momentary.



      The connected switch must support the ¼ Jack pin assignments specified in the manual – see picture below



      GPI1 is activated by momentarily shorting Jack Tip and Jack Sleeve
      GPI2 is activated by momentarily shorting Jack Ring and Jack Sleeve








      My only experience connecting a foot switch to Clarity M is using a MXR M199 (Single Tap Tempo Switch) which work fine and is TRS configurable through DIP switches inside. I believe they also make dual pedals, but I would assume that some of the Behringer pedals might work as well - e.g. FS112BV Dual Momentary Footswitch
      • Jul 31
      • Clarity M Stereo Footswitch not recognized
        Anthony Lopez Awesome, thanks for such a detailed response William! I'll try one with that configuration.
        • Jul 31