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  • JohnDiNicola
    Contributor - Level 2
    2015-07-24
    Dear All,
    We are happy to announce the release a new firmware for X32 Digital Consoles (2.14), along with a new X32-Edit (2.4). You can find these updates available for free download on all X32 product pages here at Behringer.com. Here are the release notes from the updates:

    X32 Firmware 2.14:

    2.14 (2015-07-22)
    improvements:
    - X-USB and DN32-USB were reporting wrong sample rate after changing sample rate without reboot

    2.13 (2015-07-06)
    improvements:
    - fixed an issue where iQ speaker settings were not recalled correctly when linked
    - iQ setup now also accessible via layer buttons
    - fixed an issue where inserts were not activated when usb was very busy during startup
    - correct preamp indication on DL152..DL155, output SRC disabled on DL155
    - fixed an issue where midi messages were duplicated when assigned to more than one assignable
    button/encoder simultaneously

    X32-Edit:
    V 2.4 now offers new graphics routines with automatic or manual scaling of the editor window to any size between 1000 and 2000 pixels width, for matching your physical display size. It also features the revised Setup structure of recent X32 firmware updates up to 2.14, and the console remote initialization is improved. The firmware DCA-Mute and Hard-Mute options are now also remote controllable from X32-EDIT 2.4. The application surface offers two Talkback buttons for direct accessibility and a new Fine mode for sensitive fader movements.
    For friends of the Raspberry Pi2, we also compiled X32-EDIT V2.4 for this extremely cost-efficient platform. We successfully tested on a RPi2 Model B 1GB running on Rasbian (Debian) Linux, and you can find a corresponding archive on the BEHRINGER X32 downloads page.

    New Features:
    - Automatic or manual scaling of the editor window
    - Revised Setup/config and Setup/global structure
    - DCA Mute and Hard Mute options supported
    - RTA peak hold and decay adjustments
    - Talkback buttons available at the fader section
    - New Fine mode for smooth fader movements
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  • JohnDiNicola
    Contributor - Level 2
    2014-07-05
    Dear All,
    We wanted to share that we are very close to offering our own 50m Ethernet cable that is especially suitable for the X32 family, as well as other digital consoles. It is extremely high grade, made in the UK by Neutrik, and is packaged with a high-quality German Schill drum. We will be offering it at an extremely low price to be sure everyone can afford a high-quality cable for reliable operation not only for X32 and MIDAS consoles, but other consoles in the market as well. 

We will keep you updated in the coming weeks in regards to availability.
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    • JohnDiNicola
      MikeDowns Good news.

      I hope there will be a 75m version too.

      Mike.
      • July 5, 2014
    • JohnDiNicola
      BobHarvey Yippee ! Thanks for the update, John.
      • July 5, 2014
    • JohnDiNicola
      Peter2 That is awesome John, I am having great difficulty sourcing an appropriate cable in Melbourne, Australia.
      • July 7, 2014
    • JohnDiNicola
      PaulGumerman
      John DiNicola;27388 wrote:
      Dear All,
      We wanted to share that we are very close to offering our own 50m Ethernet cable that is especially suitable for the X32 family, as well as other digital consoles. It is extremely high grade, made in the UK by Neutrik, and is packaged with a high-quality German Schill drum. We will be offering it at an extremely low price to be sure everyone can afford a high-quality cable for reliable operation not only for X32 and MIDAS consoles, but other consoles in the market as well. 

We will keep you updated in the coming weeks in regards to availability.


      How about a selection of lengths for use with the P16's, and with the new IQ-series speakers?????
      • July 7, 2014
    • JohnDiNicola
      MatthewWinfree
      Paul Gumerman;27511 wrote:
      How about a selection of lengths for use with the P16's, and with the new IQ-series speakers?????

      +1 for the selection of cable lengths!
      • July 9, 2014
  • ChaseMcKnight
    Triber Contributor
    2015-07-24
    Dear all,

    The M32 Firmware Update V 2.14 features performance enhancements to the MIDAS M32 operating system. The V 2.14 firmware improves the support for MIDAS DL152...DL155 products. It also improves the linked control over Turbosound iQ series loudspeakers, that are connected via P16 Ultranet, for concurrent remote control of EQ presets and speaker sound modelling. These loudspeaker profiles can be stored in snippets and assigned to user buttons for immediate recall or A/B comparisons. It also fixes an issue with DN32-USB reporting the console sample rate incorrectly after changing the rate on the console without rebooting.

    MIDAS is constantly adding new features and making enhancements to this extremely stable operating system, so that you always experience the best possible performance from your M32. Visit midasconsoles.com and check for updates regularly.

    Note: It is recommended that you backup all data (export Show and Libraries to USB) before updating, as a firmware upgrade may erase data currently stored on your M32. Please be aware that firmware 2.14 requires minimum M32-Edit 2.3 on PC / Mac / Linux computers in wired networks, and with M32-Mix 2.2 on Apple iPads (iOS 6 or 7) for wireless networking.

    Enhancements 2.14:
    - iQ Setup page now accessible with Layer up/down buttons
    - Recall of grouped iQ speakers' settings corrected
    - Inactive insert issue with USB activity during start-up fixed
    - Indication of DL152...DL155 preamps corrected
    - Duplicated messages suppressed when the same MIDI control is assigned to more than one button
    - Sample rate reporting of X-USB and DN32-USB cards, after changing the sample rate without rebooting the console, is improved

    The M32-EDIT 2.4 is the latest editing software update created specifically for the M32 console series. This update provides powerful remote control for all functions, as well as off-line editing and show preparation. M32-EDIT communicates via UDP/OSC protocol through the M32 Ethernet port, and facilitates the remote control or setting of virtually all functions of the M32 console. Real-time level meters are displayed for all audio channels, along with user-defined icons and names. The top left section mimics the console's main display, while the lower part represents the channel fader sections. All elements closely emulate the M32 operation, and hence allow for operational training sessions – even when the console is unavailable for hands-on experience.

    It is possible to edit multiple consoles on the same network concurrently via several instances of M32-EDIT, by selecting their individual IP addresses. It is also possible to run several instances of M32-EDIT and M32-MIX (for iPad) concurrently on several devices, with all controlling the same M32 console. The M32-EDIT communication is optimised for the support of up to four wired network clients per M32 console. We recommend using the M32-MIX application for iOS6 wireless control via your Apple iPad.

    V 2.4 now offers new graphics routines with automatic or manual scaling of the editor window to any size between 1000 and 2000 pixels width, for matching your physical display size. It also features the revised Setup structure of recent M32 firmware updates up to 2.14, and the console remote initialization is improved. The firmware DCA-Mute and Hard-Mute options are now also remote controllable from M32-EDIT 2.4. The application surface offers two Talkback buttons for direct accessibility and a new Fine mode for sensitive fader movements.

    For friends of the Raspberry Pi2, we also compiled M32-EDIT V2.4 for this extremely cost-efficient platform. We successfully tested on a RPi2 Model B 1GB running on Rasbian (Debian) Linux, and you can find a corresponding archive on the MIDAS M32 downloads page.

    New Features
    - Automatic or manual scaling of the editor window
    - Revised Setup/Config and Setup/Global structure
    - DCA Mute and Hard Mute options supported
    - RTA peak hold and decay adjustments
    - Talkback buttons available at the fader section
    - New Fine mode for smooth fader movements

    Enhancements
    - Improved remote initialisation
    - Several bug fixes

    System Requirements

    Console firmware V2.14 recommended.

    There are currently four separate archives available for download, for Windows PC, Mac OSX and Linux PC and RPi2 respectively. Up to four computers running the editor can control the same console concurrently. Several instances of the editor can be run on the same machine in order to control several consoles concurrently.

    - Compatible to Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 or Windows 8 operating system software
    - Compatible to Mac OSX 10.6.8, 10.7, 10.8, 10.9 or 10.10 operating system software
    - Compatible to Linux operating system software, tested with Ubuntu 14.04, 12.04 and Wine
    - Compatible to RaspberryPi, tested on a RPi2 Model B 1GB running on Rasbian (Debian GNU)
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  • ChaseMcKnight
    Triber Contributor
    2015-06-02
    Dear All,

    We're happy to announce that the latest M32 firmware V 2.12 is currently now available for download from the MIDAS website! See the official release notes below:

    M32 Firmware V 2.12
    The M32 Firmware Update V 2.12 features performance enhancements to the MIDAS M32 operating system. The V 2.12 firmware adds support for MIDAS M32C, DL32 and DL231 products and includes a number of improvements. It also offers to group a selection of Turbosound iQ series loudspeakers, that are connected via P16 Ultranet, for concurrent remote control of EQ presets and speaker sound modelling. These loudspeaker profiles can now be stored in snippets and assigned to user buttons for immediate recall or A/B comparisons.

    MIDAS is constantly adding new features and making enhancements to this extremely stable operating system, so that you always experience the best possible performance from your M32. Visit midasconsoles.com and check for updates regularly.

    Note: It is recommended that you backup all data (export Show and Libraries to USB) before updating, as a firmware upgrade may erase data currently stored on your M32. Please be aware that firmware 2.12 requires minimum M32-Edit 2.3 on PC / Mac / Linux computers in wired networks, and with M32-Mix 2.2 on Apple iPads (iOS 6 or 7) for wireless networking.

    Enhancements 2.11:
    – load show file in X32CORE fixed (snippet offset)
    – fader motor issues on M32/M32R (minimum position) fixed
    – exclude hidden and system files from usb file list
    – correct indication of 0 dB fader position
    – scene GO and UNDO leds fixed
    – DHCP can be selected on X32CORE
    – bus AFL solo correctly uses pan when bus is routed to LR

    New features 2.11:
    – support for M32C, S32, DL32, DL231

    Enhancements 2.12:
    – HUI level meters and LCD fixed
    – DHCP menu on X32CORE fixed
    – fixed rare issue where aes50 slave mode won't sync
    – iQ speaker settings moved to /outputs/p16 path

    New features 2.12:
    – iQ speaker control groups A/B function
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    • ChaseMcKnight
      JonBurgstrom Hi,

      You might want to do a "search and replace" for "X32CORE" and replace it with "M32C" in the above M32 firmware announcement. Just saying.
      • June 4, 2015
    • ChaseMcKnight
      ChaseMcKnight
      Jon Burgstrom;51347 wrote:
      Hi,

      You might want to do a "search and replace" for "X32CORE" and replace it with "M32C" in the above M32 firmware announcement. Just saying.


      Hi Jon,

      Actually- a few of the v2.12 updates pertain to the X32CORE specifically, not the M32C.
      • June 8, 2015
    • ChaseMcKnight
      JackDaugherty I just bought a m32R and was wondering if when m32 is mentioned it is understood that that information also pertains to a m32R regarding update firmware etc.
      • October 7, 2015
    • ChaseMcKnight
      ChaseMcKnight
      Jack Daugherty;60862 wrote:
      I just bought a m32R and was wondering if when m32 is mentioned it is understood that that information also pertains to a m32R regarding update firmware etc.


      Hi Jack,

      Mostly, yes. When new firmware comes out, it pertains to all variants of the M32, however in some cases certain features may be optimized for a specific console - which will be noted in the firmware remarks. Hope this helps!
      • October 7, 2015
  • JohnDiNicola
    Contributor - Level 2
    2014-07-09
    Dear All,
    X32 Firmware Version 2.06 X32-Edit 2.2 are now available for download. In addition, there is a new firmware update and Windows driver for the X-USB Card. You can find the download links on the X32's product page at this link: http://www.behringer.com/EN/Products/X32.aspx#softwareContent

    The X32 Firmware V 2.06 Update adds performance improvements to the award-winning X32's
    operating system. This new version primarily corrects the Cue renaming function and fixes a level
    issue with the X-DANTE expansion card. It also improves the connection reliability with multiple
    X32-EDIT application clients. We are constantly adding new features and making enhancements to
    this extremely-stable operating system, so that you experience the best possible performance from
    your X32.

    If you are upgrading to V 2.06 from fi rmware versions before 2.04, please take the time to backup
    all of your data (export Show and export Libraries to USB), as fi rmware upgrades may erase all of the data currently on your X32. Note that V 2.06 works best with minimum X32-Edit 2.2 on PC/Mac Linux computers and X32-Mix 2.2 on Apple iPads (iOS 6 or 7).

    This new X32 Firmware version contains:
    Improvements:
    • Fix for loop-back gain issue with X-DANTE expansion card
    • Fix for CUE editing and renaming issue
    • Fix for GEQ with ‘Use RTA Source' option
    • Fix for connectivity issues with multiple concurrent X32-EDIT clients

    Release Notes for X32 Edit 2.2:

    New Features:
    • RTA preference for EQ and GEQ overlay stored on PC

    Improvements:
    • FX tubestage home button fix
    • Gate diagram fix for new expander modes
    • Scenes insert Cue fix
    • Thread priority improvements for slower hardware
    • Fix for RTA source PRE/POST bug
    • Fix for Utility redraw issue
    • Improvements for ‘Mackie Control' and screen redraw routines

    Release notes for X-USB Card Firmware: Supported operating systems include Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8 and 8.1 (32- and 64-Bit), Mac OSX 10.7 or higher. Mac OSX 10.6.8 is supported with restricted channel count (up to 16x16).

    Improvements:
    • Improved device discovery on all operating systems
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  • JohnDiNicola
    Contributor - Level 2
    2014-04-14
    X32 Expansion Cards
    Space is limited.
    Reserve your Webinar seat now at:
    https://www4.gotomeeting.com/register/118656583

    In this Webinar, we will talk about the new DANTE, MADI and ADAT expansion cards for the X32 Digital Mixer Family. The 30-minute overview will look at how to change out and setup each card within the console along with application examples. The presentation will conclude with a 30-minute Q/A period with our Product Specialists.

    Title: X32 Expansion Cards
    Date: Wednesday, May 21, 2014
    Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM PDT

    U-PHORIA UMC Recording Interfaces
    Space is limited.
    Reserve your Webinar seat now at:
    https://www4.gotomeeting.com/register/776121823

    In this Webinar, we will cover the UMC series of USB audio interfaces. A 30 minute presentation will discuss the feature set of each interface in the series as well as examples of setup in Mac and Windows environments, followed by a 30 minute live Q/A period with our Product Specialists.

    Title: U-PHORIA UMC Recording Interfaces
    Date: Thursday, May 22, 2014
    Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM PDT

    XENYX UFX Mixers
    Space is limited.
    Reserve your Webinar seat now at:
    https://www4.gotomeeting.com/register/645692775

    In this Webinar, we will cover the UFX series of analog mixers. A 30 minute presentation will discuss the feature set of each mixer in the series as well as examples of setup for multitrack recording directly to USB Hard Drive, as well as in Mac and Windows PC environments. The presentation will be followed by a 30 minute live Q/A period with our Product Specialists.

    Title: XENYX UFX Mixers
    Date: Wednesday, June 4, 2014
    Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM PDT

    X32 Overview
    Space is limited.
    Reserve your Webinar seat now at:
    https://www4.gotomeeting.com/register/276157239

    In this Webinar, we will be giving a full overview of the X32 digital mixer and its features, fully updated to include the latest feature enhancements in Version 2.0 Firmware. There will be a presentation as well as a 30-minute Q/A period at the end with our Product Specialists.

    Title: X32 Overview
    Date: Tuesday, June 10, 2014
    Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM PDT
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    • JohnDiNicola
      OddBjornstad I get the wrong meeting when i try to register for:

      X32 Expansion Cards
      Space is limited.
      Reserve your Webinar seat now at:
      https://www4.gotomeeting.com/register/776121823
      Title: X32 Expansion Cards
      Date: Wednesday, May 21, 2014
      Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM PDT


      The link takes me to this one:

      U-PHORIA UMC Recording Interfaces
      Thursday, May 22, 2014 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM PDT
      • May 20, 2014
    • JohnDiNicola
      JohnDiNicola Dear Odd,
      The correct link has been added above: https://www4.gotomeeting.com/register/118656583

      Thank You!
      • May 21, 2014
    • JohnDiNicola
      AndrewVitiello I read with some sadness that the I had missed the webinar dealing with the UFX series of mixers.

      Is there any chance of another session being organised? I would be happy if the webinar was replayed at a later time- even without the Q&A session.

      Cheers

      AV
      • June 12, 2014
    • JohnDiNicola
      gsimonelli When will this be available to see or where?
      • July 28, 2014
    • JohnDiNicola
      TimMilar

      XENYX UFX Mixers
      Space is limited.
      Reserve your Webinar seat now at wrote:


      Please can you make this webinar available to view again!
      • February 19, 2015
  • ChaseMcKnight
    Triber Contributor
    2016-05-27
    Dear all,

    We're very pleased to announce the release of firmware G3.4 for PRO1, PRO2, PRO2C, and PRO X consoles!

    Version G3.4 (25 May 2016)

    This document constitutes a formal release of PRO1/2/2C/X software for public usage.

    NEW FEATURES

    Neutron NB expansion card
    - 10 x additional AES50 SMAC ports
    - Fully configurable ports work as an expansion of the existing standard 8 AES50 ports on the Neutron and three FoH AES50 ports on the PRO X surface
    - 2 x CM-1 expansion ports
    - ASRC allows for separate external clock sync of module (card dependent)
    - Or module and it’s network can clock from Neutron
    - Allows for the configuring of the following CM-1 modules
    - KLARK TEKNIK MADI
    - KLARK TEKNIK USB
    - KLARK TEKNIK AES50
    - Audinate Dante 64

    New Effects
    - Automixer
    - TC Electronic M350 Reverb

    Auto Config
    - Option in Config dialogue pop up (Diagnostics page only)
    - Automatically configures all connected IO units
    - Non-destructive update, will leave pre-configures slots and patching unchanged
    - Additional option to un-configure all current units (and patching)

    PRO Xb Support

    Mono master link to Stereo Masters (PRO1)


    ADDRESSED ISSUES
    - Surface: Resolved and issues where surface could occasionally freeze for 5-10 sec when unfolding user mode POP/VCA groups with Overlay Stereo Pairs
    - DL231: Fixed and stabilised output configuration from B side
    - DL231: Now able to configure outgoing MIDI via AES50
    - DL231: Resolved diagnostics errors when PRO1 or 2 connected to B side of DL231 with PRO 369X connected to A side
    - Diagnostics: Correction to 5V -10% tolerance
    - Automation: Direct outs recalled correctly with store/recall scopes
    - Automation: +48 V no longer causing clicks on occasion when used with store/recall scopes
    - Talk/Osc: audio only routed to left channel of two linked channels
    - MIDI: Improvements to existing MIDI functionality
    - Effects: De-esser bypass button realigned
    - DL451: redundant swap back to X (primary) from Y (redundant) resolved
    - D-Sub: Fixed issue with gain control for D-Sub on DL351 and DL451
    - Automation: Solos no longer clear on scene change
    - Naming Sheet: Fixed issue where selecting Input 1-16 from drop down menu would call AuxS 1-16 instead
    - Shutdown system: monitor log now separated from boot log.
    - Shutdown system: Improved shutdown sequence will result in surface going green in under a minute.
    - Effects: Metering no longer seen for unpatched channels in effects
    - GUI: Contributions to AuxS now correctly displayed following input mode change
    - GEQ: Linked stereo GEQ can now be flattened from surface in GEQ mode
    - IO Config: Resolved issue where PRO1 could start up in state where IO unit ID number could not be selected


    UPDATE PROCEDURE

    Update procedure for PRO X console From G3.2.x to G3.4 with new Neutron NB expansion module attached.

    NB module is recognised. This will mean that on the initial update from G3.2.6 or earlier the following steps will be required for a one off update.

    1. Download the “.tar” update file for your console
    2. Copy the file into “DL1upgrades”, “DL2upgrades” or “DL3upgrades” for PRO1, PRO 2/2C or PRO X respectively
    3. Run the Updater for G3.4 via USB as normal
    4. Update full PRO X system from G3.2.x to G3.4
    5. Power cycle system twice (as per-normal)
    6. Run G3.4 updater via USB again
    7. Update IO Card to G3.4
    8. Power cycle system twice

    From this point The Neutron NB expansion module (a.k.a “IO Card”) should be recognised by both the PRO X system and the PRO X updater app (USB updater).

    Once the system has reached this point the whole system, including the Neutron NB expansion module, can be updated in the regular way with only one pass of the updater application.

    Update procedure for PRO1 and PRO2/2C consoles as well as PRO X system WITHOUT Neutron NB installed From G3.2.x to G3.4

    Regular update procedure using USB stick

    1. Download the “.tar” update file for your console
    2. Copy the file into “DL1upgrades”, “DL2upgrades” or “DL3upgrades” for PRO1, PRO2/2C or Pro X respectively
    3. Run the Updater for G3.4 via USB as normal
    4. Update full PRO X system from G3.2.x to G3.4
    5. Power cycle system twice (as per-normal)
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  • ChaseMcKnight
    Triber Contributor
    2018-05-30
    Dear all,

    We're pleased to announce the release of firmware G3.4.4 for PRO1, PRO2, PRO2C, and PRO X consoles!



    Version G3.4.4*
    This document constitutes a formal release of Pro 1/2/2C/X software for public usage.*

    NEW FEATURES*
    No new features - this is a bug fix release only*

    ADDRESSED ISSUES*
    • Fixed an issue where Shutdown sequence would occasionally leave inactive MC on*
    • Fixed an issue where Neutron could intermittently boot-up with a DSP appearing red in diagnostics
    • Fixed an issue where*DL231 would sometimes boot-up as red in diagnostics and not pass comms
    • Fixed an issue* which caused generic AES50 tie-lines to appear red in diagnostics for Pro X*
    • Fix for the ASRC (in Neutron NB/IO Expansion card) - improved stability for very high volume audio*(full maximum)*


    

UPDATE PROCEDURE*
    
Use regular update procedure for all Pro series updates
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  • ChaseMcKnight
    Triber Contributor
    2015-12-01
    Dear all,

    Our latest control app, M32-EDIT Version 2.5 is now available for download.

    The Midas M32-EDIT 2.5 is the latest editing software update created specifically for Midas’ M32 console series. This update provides powerful remote control for all functions, as well as off-line editing and show preparation. M32-EDIT communicates via UDP/OSC protocol through the M32 Ethernet port, and facilitates the remote control or setting of virtually all functions of the M32 console. Real-time level meters are displayed for all audio channels, along with user-defined icons and names. The top left section mimics the console’s main display, while the lower part represents the channel fader sections. All elements closely emulate the M32 operation, and hence allow for operational training sessions – even when the console is unavailable for hands-on experience.

    It is possible to edit multiple consoles on the same network concurrently via several instances of M32-EDIT, by selecting their individual IP addresses. It is also possible to run several instances of M32-EDIT and M32-MIX (for iPad) concurrently on several devices, with all controlling the same M32 console. The M32-EDIT communication is optimised for the support of up to four wired network clients per M32 console. We recommend using the M32-MIX application for iOS6 wireless control via your Apple iPad.

    What’s new in M32-EDIT Version 2.5 (Update from M32-EDIT 2.4)

    V 2.5 features improved graphics routines for better performance on the recent Apple Mac OSX 10.11 operating system. It also fixes some small glitches, including the issue when remote controlling the application via MCU and selecting EQ on a DCA. The GUI scaling control on Setup/global now also supports scaling down to 800 pixels width, specifically for tiny displays such as the new RPi2-display.

    New Features:

    • Extended GUI scaling range from 800-1800 pixels window width
    • New switch for scaling the X32 EDIT window to standard size Enhancements
    • Improved graphics routines for better performance on Mac OSX 10.11
    • Several bug fixes, including:
    > MCU remote control issue with DCA-EQ
    > EQ band reset switch will no longer toggle gain off/on when LoCut or HiCut filter modes are selected
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    • ChaseMcKnight
      CraigBowman

      Hello... new to tribe!

      • October 16, 2019
    • ChaseMcKnight
      sergey_leps

      Hi. Can I ask you for a version of Edit 2.5 for PC please ... I recently bought the M32C - and found that on the new version 4.1 there is NO way to set / manage Exact Rhythm parameters and other exact settings / values on FX..A in the old version 2.5 - all this is visible and is under every FX ... How did we stay that such IMPORTANT elements were simply removed ... And it’s impossible to regulate exactly ... Please help us please ... Give us version 2.5 please .. .Or tell me how you control the exact parameters of all FX? because TAP is really rude for the rhythm in studio work. Thank you for your help.

      • January 26, 2020
    • ChaseMcKnight
      KevinMaxwell

      Sergey_leps wrote

      >>>>

      Hi. Can I ask you for a version of Edit 2.5 for PC please ... I recently bought the M32C - and found that on the new version 4.1 there is NO way to set / manage Exact Rhythm parameters and other exact settings / values on FX..A in the old version 2.5 - all this is visible and is under every FX ... How did we stay that such IMPORTANT elements were simply removed ... And it’s impossible to regulate exactly ... Please help us please ... Give us version 2.5 please .. .Or tell me how you control the exact parameters of all FX? because TAP is really rude for the rhythm in studio work. Thank you for your help.

      <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

      I stumbled on to this post when trying to understand more about what you are trying to do because of the Private Message (PM) that you sent me asking about the XTC.

       

      I suggest that you post your questions on this area (see attached link) of the forum. It seems to get more traffic than the places you have posted some of your questions. As you might be able to tell from the lack of responses.

      https://community.musictribe.com/t5/Mixing-Consoles/bd-p/mipc1004?pageNum=2&tab=recent

       

      I would also suggest that you copy and paste the question you asked me in the PM to a new thread in that part of the forum. I will try to answer you there when you do that. I am not sure if the XTC and the M32C was the right choice for what you are trying to do. The XTC has a lot of MIDI capability, I have never used it in the way you are trying to use it. All of the X32/M32 products have very limited Midi capability. But we can talk about that when you post the question in public. This is because other people can join in and try and help you.  

       

      Regarding the question in this post. If I understand what you are asking for, all of the Parameters of the Effects units can be controlled in M32 edit V4.1. But in V4.1 I can’t find a way to type in a parameter. I am using a Windows PC if you are using a Mac I can’t be of much help as to how the controls on that work. On a PC if you are using a mouse with a scroll wheel the parameters seem to be rough settings. If you hold down the left button when on a parameter and move the cursor you seem to be able to get a little bit finer resolution. M32 edit version 2.5 is basically the same but you do get the ability to also type in a parameter. Have you checked out any of the tablet apps for this, they may have that ability. The problem with using V2.5 is there are some things that the newer firmware can do that you can’t do on V2.5 and at the moment other than routing I can’t think of what it can’t do.

       

      If you haven’t gotten the M32edit V2.5 or whatever version in the V2 range for the PC that you want, just send me your email address in a PM and just let me know which one you want  and I will send it to you if I have it. V2.5 seems to be the most up to date of the old format.

       

      Where are you from? I am trying to figure the time difference. I am in the USA on the east coast, I am very close to New York City. And I am trying to figure out what is your native language.

       

       

      • February 8, 2020
  • JohnDiNicola
    Contributor - Level 2
    2014-10-09
    Dear All,
    We are happy to announce that the official X32-Q for Android app is now available. X32-Q for Android adds full personal monitor mixing capabilities to the X32 Digital Mixer. Each musician can control their own monitor mix with full access to all 32 input channels individually or through BEHRINGER's exclusive MCA (Mix Control Association) faders. Each band member can group inputs to four MCAs allowing for one-fader control over a group of channels, greatly simplifying the mix during performance.

    You can download the app free of charge from the Google Play store at this link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.behringer.android.control.app.x32q
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    • JohnDiNicola
      Roblof Cool.....!
      • October 9, 2014
    • JohnDiNicola
      PatrickGMaillot Thank you... Now I cannot get the app to work properly (as I would expect) with a Samsung Galaxy tab 2 (10"). The app is correctly setup, out of demomode and connected to the X32 (standard, FW2.08).

      Moving faders on the X32 have no feedback on the app, and vice versa. The meters are working though i.e. the meters move on the app as they do on the X32.

      Now for the funny part, when also (simultaneous connections) connecting with a Samsung Galaxy S2 phone, the app connects to the X32, correctly shows animated meters (as displayed on the X32) but again, fader moves on the X32 are not reported to the apps. BUT moving faders on one app shows on the other app but not on the X32 !!!!

      Any clue???

      I guess I'll stick with Mixing Station which work in every situation.

      -Patrick
      • October 9, 2014
    • JohnDiNicola
      BrianMonroe Finally! The people rejoice.

      Patrick, Remember this app only mixes Bus Sends. Unless you have Sends on Fader pressed you're not going to see any changes on the desk. (my best guess for your issue)
      • October 10, 2014
    • JohnDiNicola
      PatrickGMaillot Ah, that explains it then!, OK. I'll check/test it that way then. What I don't get then is why waste all that precious screen space with rather wide faders strips for all the channels if they can't be moved nor follow the deck faders?

      Oh well...

      -Patrick
      • October 10, 2014
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