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  • jfreivald
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-08-24

    Hello,

    I'm a RF engineer with an audio problem.

    I have an old system that I'm trying to interface with that has a 0-60KHz baseband that I need to capture and play out in real-time. It looks like the Line In/Out on the UMC202HD will do the trick pretty handily at the 192KHz sample rate. The mux has a 135 Ohm interface. 

    Can any of you audiofiles tell me what the impedance is on the UMC202HD line in/out connections so that I can build the matching circuit?

    Also, can anyone confirm that the Line In/Out jacks will play and record up to 60 KHz of baseband simultaneously? I'm used to designing systems between 300 MHz and 20 GHz, so I'm a bit out of my element. 

    Thanks in advance!

    --Joe

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      RexBeckett Hi Joe, I'm not sure if the UMC202HD will do what you want. I have measured some of the characteristics of my UMC404HD (same preamps and output drivers as the UMC202HD) and confirmed that they agree with the published specs.

      The frequency response of the preamps is specified as 10Hz - 50kHz (+0, -3dB)
      I measured the Line input impedance as 42K @ 1kHz (balanced)
      The frequency response of the outputs is specified as 10Hz - 43kHz (-0, +0.3dB)
      I measured the XLR output impedance as 100 Ohms @ 1kHz (balanced).
      • August 24, 2020
  • jwsandersjr
    Contributor - Level 2
    2020-08-14

    Can someone explain the difference between the MUTE on a Channel vs the MUTE on a DCA?

    Here's why I ask: I have computer audio set on a pair of L/R channels that are on the second layer (channel 23 & 24). I decided that placing those on a DCA would give me quick access to them from the "top" (first) layer. I was successful in setting those up, but when testing, I noticed that when I muted the DCA, the computer audio was successfully muted from FOH (and other matrix out used for Livestream - I assume) BUT I was still hearing the audio in the vocal monitors (wedges) on stage.

    Is there a way to create this DCA so that the mute will mute both FOH and Busses/Matrixes?

     

    Thanks, Jim


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    • jwsandersjr
      KyleJohnson HI Jim, Kyle here from Music Tribe. You will run into this if the send point for the contribution from your channel to the bus is pre fader. The DCA and DCA Mute will only adjust a send if the send is set to Post Fader. So you can select the channels in question, open the HOME>SENDS page and change the tap/contribution point to POST FADER and then muting the DCA will also mute the sends.
      • August 14, 2020
  • kkahukiwa
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-07-24

    So many glitches and mistakes in the code for this website..perhaps get your web designers to do. a debug and take some of the team from Music tribe through a user experience from login...

    The hover buttons are not intuitive , they dont highlight to go forward..

    So many hurdles that are unnecessary that stop a user from moving on to the next page..I couldn't even access the actual product i bought. It isnt even on the dropdown list at the end of product registration..

    so I had to make one up to finish..Could at least ceate a form that the user can type in their product if the developers haven't updated the page for a long time. This site get's a B for BA for belowwwwww average. If this is the process for an artist to join the 'tribe'..stink one haha, I wonder how many artists were actually engaged to want to repeat this process again..You need to create a 'care ticket??' to register a product. Just use the language that already exists , it's ok, we understand it..A care ticket..I had to watch a video just to find out what a 'care ticket' was..Hope you can see the funny side in all of this cos I think it's pretty fricken funny, that a music tribe's online front of shop is actuually not creative at all..so weird

     

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    • kkahukiwa
      AlexLane Hi there, my apologies you are not having the best experience with the site. We are still in a process of development and are taking feedback on board for future improvements. A few of these issues you highlighted are already on the to do list and any others I will add to the list.

      Please do let me know the specific issues with the care ticket system, if a product was missing I would like to get this immediately addressed. Please feel free to mail me direct any time too, [email protected]
      • July 28, 2020
      • This Musictribe site is a contender for the worst internet site ever
        PetGerbil Or.... perhaps, This site is never getting any better and you're just stringing people along "Trust me,honest guv! sometime in the future we will sort it out. Remember kids, we're listening!!" That excuse must be at least 4 years old now, and has been perpetrated through two website "Revamps." Meanwhile, I'm here after spending 15minutes looking for a post I REPLIED TO!! this morning.!! I CAN'T FIND MY OWN DAMN POST !!! FFS!! As far as I can see, There has been no improvement to this site since it's inception. Just the usual "..bear with us, while we do sweet FA"
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  • Stevorolo
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-07-12
    When u form a group of mics or instruments, can u then go into the group and adjust the volume of each specific mic or instrument? If so, please explain.
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      TvR Hello Stevorolo,

      Yes this is definitely possible within the DP48.

      To do this, select the EDIT button on the top right at the INPUT CHANNEL section.
      Now you can navigate via the GROUP buttons, select the different channels assigned to that group with the orange coloured REVERB and PAN buttons and use the SELECT/EDIT button to adjust the levels.

      When you press the SELECT/EDIT button, you also will able of adjusting the pan options for that specific channel.

      Hope this helps!
      • July 13, 2020
      • Using Midas DP48
        Stevorolo Thank u so much. I will give it a try.
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  • AlexLane
    Community Manager
    2020-06-18
    Hello and welcome to the Music Tribe Community, my name is Alexander Lane. I am the Corporate, Education and Government Specialist working in the Customer Solutions team and based in the UK. Happy to help out with any CEG related questions, projects or anything else I can assist with.
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    • AlexLane
      M3LO79 So I have a Tc electronic vortex mini pedal and tried to download a toneprint from the toneprint app, but for some reason it's not loading the tone print correctly. So my question is how do I reset the pedal back to its original factory settings?
      • July 13, 2020
      • Customer Solutions Introduction
        AlexLane Hi mate, could you post this in the Guitar section of the products section please? Or contact our support team using the support button at the top of the page. Thanks!
        • July 13, 2020
  • Paulo1
    Triber
    2020-06-12
    Welcome to our new Music Tribe community 2.0, I’m Paul O’Farrell-Stevens, leader of the Music Tribe Customer Branding team. 

My highly-skilled team of Customer Branding Specialists are really looking forward too engaging, co-collaborating and co-developing new and exciting product content. We will be seeking new talent, fans and beta testers that want to join us to co-create inspiring content. We Empower, You Create
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  • Paulo1
    Triber
    2020-06-12
    Welcome to our new Music Tribe community 2.0, I’m Paul O’Farrell-Stevens, leader of the Music Tribe Customer Branding team. 

My highly-skilled team of Customer Branding Specialists are really looking forward too engaging, co-collaborating and co-developing new and exciting product content. We will be seeking new talent, fans and beta testers that want to join us to co-create inspiring content. We Empower, You Create
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  • Paulo1
    Triber
    2020-06-12
    Welcome to our new Music Tribe community 2.0, I’m Paul O’Farrell-Stevens, leader of the Music Tribe Customer Branding team. 

My highly-skilled team of Customer Branding Specialists are really looking forward too engaging, co-collaborating and co-developing new and exciting product content. We will be seeking new talent, fans and beta testers that want to join us to co-create inspiring content. We Empower, You Create
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  • AlexLane
    Community Manager
    2020-06-11
  • Mulmany
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-06-10

    First time posting here. 

    Can I setup the XLR outputs independant of the stage box outputs?

    Setup is FOH M32 AES50-A --> DL32 AES50-A at stage/amp room. FOH M32 AES50-B --> M32C AES50-A LiveStream Broadcast mix. 

    I have 6 IEMs being sent from FOH, 3 wedge mixes off the DL32, and the Mains off the AES/EBU 15/16 on the DL32. 

    Can I take over the FOH M32 XLR outputs for the M32C LiveStream mix? They are currently on the Aux outputs. 

    The other question: can I make the DL32 outputs independent of the FOH outputs. 

    It seems like this all should be doable under the User Outputs. When I have tried a few different options I loose the mixbuss outputs on the DL32. It may not be an issue just having it all duplicating, just annoying that I can't get my head wrapped around it. 

    Thanks

    Patrick

     

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    • Mulmany
      Paul_Vannatto

      Hi Patrick @Mulmany ,


      Welcome to the forum. The FOH M32 XLR outputs are assigned signals on the Routing, XLR Out (in banks of 4). With your current interconnectivity mapping that you have provided, the DL32 outputs are assigned signals on the Routing, AES50 A1-8 and A9-16 (in banks of 8). The Out 1-16, Aux Out and Ultranet screens are used to assign individual outputs to make up these banks of 4 or 8. With the new firmware (4.x) you can also use the new User In and User Out to make up these banks as well.


       

      • June 10, 2020
    • Mulmany
      GaryHiggins

      @Mulmany 


      Just to add a little bit to this, Yes they can be separate. As @Paul_Vannatto  said the xlr outs of the foh m32 would be routed in the 'Xlr  out' menu. If you want to use them for the m32c mixes, you would use aes50b 1-4/5-8/9-12/13-16 as the output selections for xlr out. Send the proper mixes from the M32c in the usual way, most likely using its 'out 1-16' menu for the M32c aes50a outputs 1-8 and 9-16.


       


      You then use the FOH M32 aes50a out menu to dictate the DL32 outputs which can be the same or totally different than the aes50b selections used in the XLR out menu. They can be direct outs of ch's or mix buses derived on the FOH desk, probably just what you have set now will be fine.

      • June 10, 2020
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