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    hello, unfortunately I can't get this plug in to work, is it possible to reimburse me so that I can buy the clarity hardware or find a technical solution for this plug in to work. Thanks for your feedback.
    Mac Os Monterey 12.2.1 + Pro tools with Ilock.
    Best Regards
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    I'd like to be able to back up by VL3 Extreme, since there's s many hours of work that went into setting up all the presets.

    I found that if you have a backing track attached to a preset, then you can hold down the guitar/voice/looper button, and get to a menu to control the backing track, and from there you can access another menu to save the preset, backing track and sequence information to the USB stick, in a .vl3pkg format file which you can import later from the STORE menu.

    But how can you do that export if there is no backing track attached to the preset? In that case the button takes you to the looper menu when you hold it down which doesn't have the same export/save option. 

    I'd like to be able to save the presets even if they don't have backing tracks... actually if there was a way to just back the whole unit up, including the SETUP and system settings, that would be ideal.

    So worrying to have invested so much time in setting up the unit and not having a backup :)



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    Hi all,

    Is is possible to plug the TC Plethora X5 using the Cab Sim function and stereo outs into a DI 1/4" plug converting it to XLR which then runs straight to a digital mixing desk for front of house?

    Or do you need to use a preamp before the DI unit?


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    I bought this Behringer Guitar link UCG6102 few months ago from Amazon's behringer store and used it just now for the first time but now I can't return it there.

    The headphones output has no signal. The guitar to USB connection works and I see the mic working when connected to my computer. But the headphone output doesn't seem to work. I tried changing the volume and the level switch. I tried to connect it to a standard 10W guitar amplifier using a T-S 1/4" cable and also tried using a wireless guitar system but neither of them provide any signal. I also have the correct ASIO4ALL driver installed on my computer. My computer is using its own speaker for sound and not the Behringer output. Does this headphone output only work with certain headphones or any amp/speaker? What is the line level from this output? And if we use a TS or TRS , will that make any difference?

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    • prafullashahi
      Nigel67 Hi, the headphone connector is detailed in the manual (page 8 of 14 - You require a TRS jack. Using a TS jack could damage the headphone circuitry. Just about any headphones should work. Are you using headphones with a mini TRS jack that requires an adapter? If so, check that the adapter is working correctly. Maybe see if you can borrow a set of headphones with a 1/4" jack. If the headphone output still does not work, please contact the Technical Support Team and they will be able to help you further. Please also include a proof of purchase (invoice), a return shipping address and a contact number in the ticket. This can be done by clicking on the support tab at the top of the page. A new window will open. Scroll down and click on the Technical Support tab and submit a ticket.
      • Aug 7
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    Hi there TC/Music Tribe, 

    When should we expect a 64-bit capable version of the TC Icon Editor app for our TC 6000 MKII devices that cost us well in excess of $10K? 



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    • NTurnbull
      PedroRodrigues Hi NTurnbull Thank you for your post, please ponder that the SYSTEM 6000 is an end of life product, nevertheless we are analysing the options of all the SYSTEM 6000 resources moving forward. Thank you
      • Tue at 12:00 AM
      • When should we expect an update to the TC 6000 Icon Editor application?
        NTurnbull It is nice to know that the Music Tribe is living up to its reputation of ruthless self-interest. You'll happily keep selling software licenses for the TC System 6000 on the TC Electronics webstore... but updating the free app that is central to so many heavily invested users workflows? That is too hard.

        Are you going to refund me the money for the TC System 6000 licenses that you have sold to me while the TC System 6000 has been an end-of-life product?
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        • Tue at 2:33 AM
      • When should we expect an update to the TC 6000 Icon Editor application?
        PedroRodrigues Hi NTurnbull, thank you for your post, please ponder that the SYSTEM 6000 ICON Editor will only operate on 32-bit Operating Systems and at this moment we cannot provide any information on the release of the 64-bit version. When operating on a 64-bit environment, we usually suggest to use a emulation tool that will allow a 32-bit application to run on 64-bit environment. The other option will be to use a REMOTE CPU and ICON instead of the software editor and having a standard SYSTEM 6000 implementation. In any of the suggestions provided above all SYSTEM 6000 licenses to be fully operational and available for you to use. I hope this helps. Thank you
        • Tue at 11:47 PM
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    Hello, I'm new here.

    I just received a Behringer PK112A powered speaker. It's great, everything works fine. I will be using it primarily for small private jazz gigs. I play guitar and my quartet usually has guitar, bass, drum and horn (sax, trumpet, trombone).

    I bought the PK112A for use with a microphone for vocals/horn players (my bass player sings). I also really like the fact that there is more than 1 input, just in case my guitar amp stops working at the gig. 

    There is however one suggestion I'd like to make to the folks at Behringer. It'd be super cool if the PK112A had a built-in digital reverb effect. That's really the only effect I'd add since vocals really sound great with a little reverb. And, just this one simple small addition would put Behringer miles ahead of any competition for powered speakers. 

    As it is, now I'm stuck with trying to figure out how to add reverb to the microphone without lugging a bunch of other stuff around with me. 

    Anyway, I just thought I'd pass this idea on for consideration. 


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    • Feloniuspunk161803
      Nigel67 Hi Feloniuspunk161803. Many thanks for your customer feedback and product enhancement suggestion. I will raise a ticket and pass this on to the design team for discussion. All the best.
      • Aug 7
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    I am at the very beginning stages of setting up this voice box and I cannot adjust the mic control setting. It displays as N/A. According to the manual, there are 4 settings. I was able to adjust settings on the other items but not this one. Thank you. 

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    • lizcomo
      kiskadar69 Before doing so, set SETUP / Input / Mic Type to "MP-75" (or "MP-76" if you have such a microphone).
      • Aug 7
    • lizcomo
      PedroRodrigues Hi lizcomo, thank you for your post, when you press Setup, the VoiceLive Play enters a menu, which is comprised of 6 pages and controls the general functions of the device.
      Amongst those function you have the Mic Type that allows you to select the type of microphone.
      There are 4 settings:
      DYNAMIC MIC– for dynamic mics (like an SM-58 or OM5)
      CONDENSER MIC – for condenser mics (like a Beta 87A)
      MP-75 MIC - for use with our MP-75 microphone, which has an onboard switch to control various functions of your VoiceLive Play, such as the HIT or LOOP functions. *Mic Control defaults to HIT when MP-75 is selected.
      USB – Digital audio can be passed to the VoiceLive Play via the USB port. You can select USB Left or USB Right, allowing you to send vocals from a DAW, in mono, to the unit.
      It is important to take under account that on Input control you must select Mic Control, that sets the action associated with the Mic-Button.
      There are 4 settings:
      HIT – The mic button controls HIT in any patch that has a HIT function assigned.
      HIT + TALK - Pressing the mic button engages the HIT function. Pressing and HOLDING the mic button engages TALK mode, bypassing all effects. Press again to exit TALK mode.
      PRESET UP – Cycles through the presets, moving forward through the menu.
      LOOP – Activates or De-Activates RECORD/PLAY/O-DUB for Looping. For Looping.
      Once you’ve connected your microphone and selected the Mic Type (Dynamic, Condenser, MP-75), use the Mic Gain Knob to set the input level for your microphone.
      As you increase the level, pay close attention to the LED on the top of the VoiceLive Play. You want the input to light Green.
      It’s OK if the LED sometimes lights Yellow, but it should never turn Red. If it does turn Red, reduce the level. Red means the input is overloading.
      • Tue at 12:26 AM
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    Hello. I've recently purchased a Behringer Xenyx 802 Mixer from eBay, it did not come with a power supply though, and I'd only realized it after the fact that it had shipped. I've reached out to Behringer and they told me to reach out to different companies (mainly their Service Centers) and it was no help. They all told me to go back to Behringer to ask. I've contacted Sweetwater, and they told me they'd ask Behringer to make a special order for me, but I have no hopes for that. I've reached out to other companies that used to sell them but none of them had them in stock. I don't want to spend the same amount of money on the power supply that I did for the Mixer. If I can't find a proper solution I'll just return the mixer and buy a different brand that won't take me ages to find certain accessories for. Please if anyone could help me, I'd be grateful.

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    Can a backing track on a vl3x be started with a midi command?


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    • AlanCraigie
      PedroRodrigues Hi AlanCraigie, thnak you for your post, the MIDI implementation in VL3 is essentially the same as the VoiceLive 2…
      There can be up to 500 presets loaded into a VoiceLive 3, and it’s possible to navigate between these presets with an external controller sending MIDI Control Change (“CC”) and Program Change (“PC”) messages. The VoiceLive 3 can receive CC and PC messages via MIDI from sources like keyboards, footswitches, DAWs, and more. For the controlling device to send a MIDI message to VL3 it needs to be using the same MIDI channel as the VL3, typically this is channel 1 but you’re welcome to change it. Also make sure you aren’t misusing the MIDI input filters, and ensure that the MIDI input is set to be either “USB” (for the USB-mini input) or “MIDI Ports” (for the 5-pin MIDI input) depending on how you're connecting. These settings can be changed in VL3’s “Setup” menu, on the “MIDI” tab.

      To change Presets via MIDI, first tell the VL3 which Bank to look in, then tell it which Preset in that Bank you want to change to.
      Bank select: To specify the desired bank, issue an LSB Bank select message (CC#32) with a value of 0-3.
      Preset Select: After specifying the Bank, issue a PC Preset select message with a value of 0-127.
      MSB LSB VL3Bank Program Change (PC) VL3 Preset #
      0 0 0 0-127 1-128
      0 1 1 0-127 129-256
      0 2 2 0-127 257-384
      0 3 3 0-115 385-500

      The internal number associated with a Preset isn’t exactly what you see on the VL3’s screen, they’re actually all off by 1. This is because internally the list of Presets actually starts at an index of 0. This means that 0 = Preset #1, 1 = Preset #2, 2 = Preset #3, etc. It’s like your presets are saved from 0-499 but are displayed as 1-500.
      There are 4 Banks in VL3, and each Bank contains 128 Presets. Therefore the Preset selection number that goes to VL3 needs to be between 1 and 128. So for a Preset above 128, you need to subtract the number of the first Preset in the same Bank to get the MIDI Program Change info.
      The 9-digit message for changing to a preset is in the format of:
      MSB LSB PC#
      Or, you can first send a CC#32 of the Bank you’re looking in, then a PC value of the Preset you want.
      Here are some examples:
      Preset #5 would be: 5 - 1 = 4
      000 000 004
      or CC#32 value 0, then PC 4
      Preset #100 would be: 100 - 1 = 99
      000 000 099
      or CC#32 value 0, then PC 99
      Preset #208 would be: 208 - 129 = 79 (because Preset #208 is in Bank 1, which starts at Preset #129)
      000 001 079
      or CC#32 value 1, then PC 79
      Preset 259 would be: 259 - 257 = 2
      000 002 002
      or CC#32 value 2, then PC 2
      Preset 322 would be: 322 - 257 = 65
      000 002 065
      or CC#32 value 2, then PC 65
      Preset 491 would be: 491 - 385 = 106
      000 003 106
      or CC#32 value 3, then PC 106
      Preset 500 would be: 500 - 385 = 115
      000 003 115
      or CC#32 value 3, then PC 115

      When you try to address a Preset that does not exist (either an empty spot or one outside the 1-500 range), there is no built-in warning system, VL3 just won’t do anything. So if you can see the “MIDI” indication on the VL3 appearing when you send commands, but are not getting the Preset to change, ensure you’re not referencing an empty or non-existent Preset location.

      If that all seems too complicated for you, consider using Steps instead of Presets. Steps are essentially Presets within a Preset, and you can have up to 10 Steps all in the same Preset. If your current Preset contains the Steps you’ll be using, it just takes a single CC message to choose your Step…
      CC 115 = Step
      Value represents Step Number, i.e. 1 = Step 1, 2 = Step 2, etc.
      So sending a CC#115 with a value of 2 will take you to the second Step in your current Preset.

      • Tue at 12:07 AM
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    Hi there looking to find some specs on these speakers as there is very little on them!

    I bought a pair solely after listening to them, but would be nice to know more about them. They have four tapped holes in the base but they didn't come with spikes or a plinth with spikes, I would really like to get them up on spikes instead of just being on the floor. What size are the tapped holes in the base?

    What is the sensitivity of these, recommended amplifier for them? 
    If anyone can help with something that would be really helpful.


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