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    DouglasDimeler
    Contributor - Level 1
    2021-06-25

    One of my installations of an X32Rack is experiencing scene memory recall issues. I instructed them to make sure they return to a basic scene for their daily operations before they shut down each time, to make it easy for everyone to just turn it on and go. However, some channels that are supposed to be muted come up unmuted, and levels are mysteriously changing and causing feedback issues. I've donw updates of firmware, and plcing the scenes at new locations to try to alleviate the probelm, but it eventually follows to the new locations with the same result. The unit has been in place for 5 years now, and I'm wondering if there's a fix for this issue.

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    • DouglasDimeler
      RexBeckett Hi Douglas, are they forcing the configuration to be saved by using Setup -> Shutdown after loading the basic scene?
      • Jun 25
  • rog857
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-02-22

    Hi All,

    Has anyone used a Play Acoustic through a Bose L1 using a T1 mixer? I'm having a difficult time getting a good sound with my guitar.  I've tried shutting off all the EQ in the T1 and just using the Body Rez in the Play Acoustic but that didn't make my guitar sound very good.  Any suggestions would be very much appreciated.

    Thanks, Mike

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  • Blissbaby
    Contributor - Level 1
    2019-05-22

    Morning! Just joined a band and fellow vocals uses tc helicon voice live play, so I have just bought a second hand unit.  Bit of a technophobe, so can anyone recommend a decent dummies guide for it's use?

    Thanks folks. 

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  • Kallikantzaro
    Contributor - Level 2
    2020-05-06

    May I connect the X-Touch One with the Behringer UMC204HD on the usb hub?

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  • raybeh12
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-05-07

    What setting in the IN/OUT of the XR18 for the Ultranet do I need to use in order for the Band to utilize the P16M's while the channel is still muted?  Default is Input + Mute.  I am "assuming" it is just "Input"?

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  • tophernum5
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-05-03

    what i would love to know is if this mixer, and or any other mixers that behringer makes with the 9-band stereo graphic EQ, does the EQ work with the auido coming in through the usb port? I have seached for hours and can not find a solid answer..

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  • Astrolv
    Contributor - Level 1
    2019-03-05
    Does the mx8000 use the same power supply as the mx9000?
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    Babkine
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-06-15

    Reset X-Touch

     

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    • Babkine
      RobbyWingfield Hi Babkine, this is Robby with Music Tribe, there is no factory reset on the X-Touch. Please submit a support case at the link above and we can help get your X-Touch up and running!
      • Jun 17
    • Babkine
      Babkine

      Thank you, but the machine is broken and I will wait for the next one, I will keep you informed if the situation does not change. thanks again. Best regards.

      • Jun 17
  • robinkle
    Contributor - Level 3
    2019-12-03

    Initial thoughts:
    I'm one of those who have a small home studio surrounded by synthesizers. But there are a couple of things that most people need, and that is something to plug it all into. Now, there are plenty of Mixers and Audio/midi interfaces out there. But what I'm looking for is a more optimal solution for the synth heads. Behringer seem to bring affordable synths to the market at massive rates never seen before, and synth heads like myself are living the dream! But some of the issues are space and cable management, we can't escape that reality. So I want to share some ideas for a new IO device. Or something that essentially is a ..."Smart Mixer"?

     

    What's needed:
    1. Enough Analog inputs.
    2. Pro Grade Studio Effects.
    3. Enough Midi IO.
    4. Small footprint.
    5. Computer Integration.
    6. Multiple sizes to choose from.
    7. More stereo channels.

    A product example:
    - Fully featured analog Mixer with knob per function. And level faders of course.
    - 8 - mono channels with XLR/jack -hybrid connectors, compressor(knob) and phantom power.
    - 14 - stereo channels with limiter switch.
    - 4 - Effects processors, midi-syncable and accessible to every channel strip.
    - Musical EQ's for every channel strip.
    - Multitrack recording to DAW. 36-in/38-out(Master included) audio-interface.
    - Thunderbolt connection. (High sample rates, low latency, enough bandwidth).
    - Midi IO at the back of the unit.
    - Powered USB 2.0-interface at the back, to connect other devices to the computer.

    Description & Summary:
    Sounds like a big chunk of hardware doesn't it? Well not necessarily. Remember on most mixers, most inputs are mono. But stereo inputs doesn't take any extra physical space, and most synths have stereo outputs, so to us synth heads, this makes sense (at least to me it does). The few mono channels do come in handy though, some may want to record vocals, drums, or even drum machines with individual drum outputs, like the RD-8. On the stereo channels I would like a limiter, some analog gear can break speakers, and some has a lot of variation in amplitude, leveling it all out will come in handy. About EQ's, I do really like asymetric ones, anyways good EQ's are important. 4 effects processors should be sufficient, and they can be routed to any channel strip. Add reverb to the whole mix, add some flanger to the piano, some delay for the lead and a chorus for the Pad, very handy. In addition to being a mixer with more than the usual amount of stereo channels, comes the ability to record all channels into a DAW, and then played back from the DAW and through the channels where it can be remixed. There are a few mixers out there who can do this, but not thunderbolt and not this many channels. I know some computers doesn't have Thunderbolt or USB 4 for that matter. But there could be a smaller version of this product with a USB 2.0 as well. Thunderbolt has some advantages that are needed to support all the features of this particular example. With 36 inputs, enough bandwidth is needed at high sample rates. Not to mention the last bit, MIDI and USB-interface. All this put together will make this Multitrack Mixer the center of the synth heavy studio. You only need one cable to the computer, and all the synths are connected to this product, making the cable management very easy.

    So to everyone at Behringer, thank you for having me on the community, and thank you for listening!
    Sorry if I posted this twice, the first disapeared after correcting some typing errors.

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    MCCAZ
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-08-12

    Hello.  Got a Behringer X-DANTE 32-Channel AD Expansion Card for the X32 Producer and in addition to this, got the Dante Controller configured with X32 Producer.  Transmitters and receivers are seen in Dante Controller and everything has a valid subscription.  I've got a simple test rig here with a mic and speakers.  Sound is clear and crisp.  The problem is that none of our faders work anymore - main and individual faders don't work. 

    Can't adjust volume or mute.  It's all or nothing.  (Nothing, meaning I have to use the hardware switch on the handheld mic itself to mute it.) I do get the green meters on the X32 above the fader so it looks like theres a connection somewhere.

    Main and all the mic faders work again if I revert the hardware back to the stock USB card.  Maybe I misread the directions but it said under Routing menu to route to the Card (the Dante Card right?)

    Looking at this article
    https://community.musictribe.com/pages/kba?articleId=13d79f26-25ee-ea11-a815-000d3ac693d8&brand=Behringer

    Is it as simple as this?   Thanks.

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    • MCCAZ
      Nigel67 Hi MCCAZ. In the Card Tab, are you routing the Local 1-8, 9-16, 17-24 and 25-32. If so, then this is taking the audio straight off the pre-amps and sending it to the card. This is why EQ, Mutes, Faders are not working in the feed to the Dante. The faders, Mutes, etc should still be working though if you assign the inputs to the Main Mix. If you want to send post fader signal from each input to the Dante, then in the Out 1-16 tab, you will assign the first 16 Direct Outs to the 16 Outs (and adjust the tap points as you require). For the inputs 17-32, you then go into the Ultranet tab and assign Direct Outs 17-32 to Out 1-16 again with the tap point you require. Once done, go to the Card tab and assign OUT 1-8, 9-16 to Outputs 1-8, 9-16, and then assign Ultranet 1-8 to Outputs 17-24 and Ultranet 9-16 to Outputs 25-32. Hope this answers your question.
      • Aug 13
    • MCCAZ
      MCCAZ

      @Nigel67 Thanks! Followed your steps and got mostly everything routed. So this worked perfectly. Mutes and faders for individual mics are working as expected. I guess the Main/Master Fader is on a different layer as it's mute/hardware still don't respond.

      However, if I'm controlling it from software side it seems to reflect on the production computer and it can be muted/controlled within that environment. (Headphones on) Not from the board though. Have to mute all mics instead of just pressing mute on Main/Master. Any ideas for this one?

      • Aug 19
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