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    RobiD
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-09-26

    Hi all,

    I had to do a reset on my VK and I'm having problems resetting the midi receive channel to 3.

    I have been running it effortlessly for over a year. Now I've reset it, I've tried setting the receive channel to 3 by playing a note on my midi keyboard, through Cakewalk via a Roland UMone Mk2 interface with channel 3 soloed in cakewalk. Repeatedly pressing a note on the keyboard whilst holding down the set button. I've tried long, short holds etc.  I can see it's receiving the midi data, but it seems to have also set channel 3 through 10 and is receiving data on all of these channels. I have tried many variations but still get it assigning multiple channels rather than just channel 3.

    Any help/guidance would be greatly appreciated. It seemed to effortlessly set previously, so I just don't know what I'm doing different.

    Thanks

    Robi.

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    Nagelt86
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-09-24

    I have tried EVERYTHING that I know how to make the rack 32 just an idiot stage box like that s16 ha. Beating my brain agaist the brick wall at FOH somewhat helps. Here's what I would ideally like to do. I would like to have my x32 at foh and use the S16 as Inputs 1-16 and outs 1-8, then have the Rack 32 as 17-32 and outs 9-16... I know theres a way to do it without having to just go out and buy a s32. I just cant wrap my brain around the AES routing. any advice would help!

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  • CharlieJohansso
    Contributor - Level 1
    2013-08-13
    I've had a good look at your U-Phoria series soundcards, ecspecially the UMC202, and they do come a bit closer to the live scene than the rest of your similar products, but they still need a lot of tweaks to be able to take the heat in a panic live situation.
    I'm dreaming of a "U-Phoria UMC LivePro" or whatever you want to call it. The main thing about this product is that you don't have spend any time setting it up or getting trapped in settings - but still get perfect results everytime.

    Here are the crucial specs/requirements:

    # Driverless installation. (Generic Audio Device in windows/mac)
    # 32/44.1/48/96khz 24bit (CEntrance can do this driverless with the TAS1020B - so can you)
    # Transformer isolated balanced XLR Outputs +4dBu with groundlift option.
    # USB powered only.
    # No volumecontrol. (Or a volumecontrol with a recessed bypass switch to please both live & studio users)
    # Bright power LED
    # Sturdy rugged case with USB-B connector.

    (...now, if I only wanted the above specs I would buy the 48khz Peavey USB-P, they are allready world standard, but I really miss some INPUTS - and here Behringer have a chance to make an impression to the market, so I'd like to add...)

    # XLR/TRS inputs with gain, bright clip-LED & +48V option.
    # Toslink or SPDIF out (allready on the D/A chip, so why not)
    # Headphone/monitor amp with volumecontrol. (This is kinda extra, but nice to have on smaller stages without monitors, and it pleases the studio user)

    Conclusion:
    A 3.5mm laptop hp output doesn't sound or performs any better with a DI-box and the stageboxes are always with XLR's, so your soundcard should be correct from start for a quick setup. The roadies on site always have extra XLR cables lying around so it's never a problem.
    The lack of drivers makes the card very versatile to plug in any computer at any given situation.
    No fuzz, just plain gain! (hey...that's a slogan )


    Behringer what do you think? Am I dreaming?
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    • CharlieJohansso
      BrianMonroe I agree charlie. I've been looking for something like this for a while, (and think I've posted about it somewhere) by only addition is MIDI In/Out as well. Keyboard players using stuff like MainStage are dying for something like this.
      • August 14, 2013
    • CharlieJohansso
      CharlieJohansso Zoom beat them to it with their U44. Best 4x4 I've ever had.
      • Sep 24
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    Lawdog0716
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-09-23

    Hello everyone, I need some help.  I have no idea how to use the compressor for guitar on Voicelive 3 extreme.  I'm messed with it but can't figure it out.  Can someone give me some pointers?

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    DavidStewart
    Contributor - Level 2
    2022-09-23
    I want to use Helix footswitches to start/stop/rewind backing tracks/performances on the VL3X. MIDI and MIDI machine control cannot do it. While MIDI commands can be sent from external devices to change VL3X presets (and settings of effects), there is no MIDI implementation on VL3X for transport control (a very strange exclusion). I figured out how to do it, just by poking around.  Here is what I was able to do (so far) and how:
     
    The hardware: VL3X, Helix floor, and a TRS cable (like the stereo cable you get with TC-Helicon's Step 6 and Step 3, e.g.). Don't connect the two machines with the cable until you've set both machines up with your desired settings.
     
    On the VL3X, press the Setup key on the top panel. Key over with the Right arrow > under the selection wheel, to get to the FOOTSWITCH tab in Setup. Scroll down to the Footswitch Jack setting, and select Switch-3. Go down one more row, and set the three footswitches to the functions you want. I set them to: TRACK START, TRACK STOP, and TRACK BACK (1, 2, and 3).
    On the Helix, select the Preset in which you want to control the VL3X. Press the hamburger button (the deep menu, three horizontal lines stacked), then the button/knob under Command Center. Use the joystick knob to select the footswitch you want to set first. Turn the knob under Command to select Ext Amp. For Select, choose 1 (Tip). (1 (Tip) will act as FOOTSW-1 on the VL3X. 2 (Ring) will act as FOOTSW-2. 1 and 2 will act as FOOTSW-3.) The Type is Latching as default. In order to have the bright LED, press the switch you're setting up. Now, set the Type to Momentary. (The VL3X requires momentary switches, which is what the switches on the Step-3 and Step-6 are.) Now press the knob under Customize, and give a name to the function the switch will execute. Save it, and save the preset so you don't lose your work. Now do the same with the two other Helix footswitches you want to drive the VL3X with.
     
    I did 3 switches, using Helix 8, 9, and 10. 8: 1 (Tip), Momentary, green, "Start/Pause Trac"; 9: 2 (Ring), Momentary, red, "Stop/to 0:00"; 10: 1 and 2, Momentary, turquoise, "Rewind Track".
     
    Plug the TRS cable into the EXT AMP jack on the Helix, and the Footswitch jack on the VL3X. Now you can test the switches and make sure they operate as you want.
     
    A caveat: If you connect the machines while setting them up, and you keep pressing the switches on the Helix, eventually the VL3X track player will go haywire. I don't know why; I suspect the electrical signal the VL3X receives from the Helix isn't exactly what it's built to use, and somehow it gets too much... I'll just stop there, because I don't really know what's going on or maybe even what I'm talking about with respect to this. But it went haywire on me.
     
    An additional possibility: I think the VL3X might also be operable with the footswitch set to Step-6, and with three additional footswitches on the Helix set to Latching (1 (Tip) with Latching, etc.). I haven't yet cleanly tested that kind of setup.
    My purpose was to be able to command the VL3X to run backing tracks (or loops) from the Helix pedals. It works (so far). You can use it to do other things.
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    Noctxm
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-09-23

    It's not the first mixer I've had to have this exact issue, I've tried a basic ground loop isolator, an iFi iDefender and plugging it in to other sockets/usb ports. The clip has the audio with just power/USB cable and no XLR and then with an XLR cable later in the clip. I've been trying to fix this for almost 2 weeks with no progress. 

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    schizotronic
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-09-22

    That's it. After a decade of perfect service, it happened.

    Really sorry for bringing this one back after several years. The BOOST button simply fell off.
    Since there is no "parameter" to setup at this very one, unit still works great.

    I remember years and years ago, people talking about this issue, but I REALLY can't find it anywhere. A TC forum, where I believe my salvation is, isn't working anymore. I also remember something about a "C" clip os something.
    Please, any help would be great.

    (Inside the button cavity, I can see the PC board and it seems there is a loose wire. Is it supposed to be attached to the button assembly?). 

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    • schizotronic
      WilliamR Please click on the support link above and create a tech support case. On of our agents can get you sorted ASAP.
      • Sep 22
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    Hutchball
    Contributor - Level 1
    2022-09-22

    Hi. Does the TC Helicon Voicelive H1 have a setting where you have to hold down the foot switch for the harmony to activate?

     

    thanks. 

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    Saccas
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-09-16

    Bonjour,
    J’ai depuis 12 ans une x32 et depuis 8 ans une m32, peut après avoir fait leur mise à jour, 
    j’ai remarqué une instabilité et des bugs allèatoire (faders qui bouge tout seul ou qui ne se racale pas au même niveau en changeant de page, parfoi elles se fige, ou ne repond plus, d’autre fois temps raiponse important voir des effet de phase en sortie)

    autours de moi d’autre technicien on constatés les mêmes bugs alèatoire 
    autre fais commun il ont comme moi reçut des groupes venant d’espagne qui on rapellait une mèmoire sauvgarder au par avant


    Ses produits commencant à soufrir de cette mauvaise réputation (non stable) commence à se tournés vers des produits concurrents

    avez-vous une solution ? et/ou une manipulation à faire ?

     

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    • Saccas
      Nigel67 Dear Saccas, There are no known bugs that you are describing with the faders. When did you last have your consoles serviced? That may be a possible reason for them juddering. Please can you raise a Technical Support ticket containing all the issues / software bugs that you are experiencing and a colleague will come back to you with further information / advice. 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. Can you provide a short video as well showing the fader issue. Many thanks
      • Sep 22
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    Tomg123
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-09-19

    Are there any techs from Behringer or Behinger certified techs that will do trainings on the X32?

    [email protected]

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    • Tomg123
      Nigel67 Do you mean tech as in repair, or tech how to operate the X32? If its operate, then I would advise taking a look at this You Tube channel https://www.youtube.com/c/DrewBrashler/videos. I think Drew goes through just about everything you need to know about the X32. Some of it is pre V4 firmware, but all of it is relevant and can be easily converted to V4 firmware. You should be able to learn just about everything from his site.
      • Sep 22
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