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  • JohnOrmerod
    Contributor - Level 2
    2013-12-03
    I've just noticed that the intended range of IQ powered speakers with Turbosound drivers have been taken off the Behringer product page.

    Is this an indication that they are to be released soon? Or are they so far behind from being produced that Behringer are having a product rethink?

    Personally I can't wait for their release of a 2500kw active speaker with Turbosound drivers running on cat 5.

    Fingers crossed X
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    • JohnOrmerod
      JohnDiNicola Dear John,

      We are planning to ship the first iQ speakers in Q1 of 2014.

      Since the introduction we have added more functionality and improved X32 integration with the iQ series speakers. This includes much improved networking capability and remote management from the X32 including an even larger selection of famous modeled speaker types and speaker management right from the X32. These features will greatly improve the X32 ecosystem of products.

      Now that TURBOSOUND is part of MUSIC Group, we have asked their acoustic engineers to do the overall sound tuning of the iQ speakers.These features have delayed the release but will dramatically improve the iQ speaker models and certainly be worth the wait.



      Thanks for your patience.
      • December 9, 2013
    • JohnOrmerod
      JiříJirutka Hi John, I found, that iQ series is now on Turbosound websites as a TS manufacturer. It look, that is the same as iQ from Behringer. Will be manufactured iQ as a Behringer, or Turbosound?
      • January 24, 2014
    • JohnOrmerod
      TrevorNelson Hello. I'm very interested in the IQ series as well, and was wondering: my current system has four compact front-loaded dual 18" subs (powered by iNuke6000DSPs, of course). I don't want to go back to single 18 cabs. Is there any thought about building compact dual 18s for the IQ series? Small, possibly flyable, yet solidly loud (3000-6000 watts/cab) would be brilliant, in my opinion. Is anything like that on the table?
      • February 8, 2014
    • JohnOrmerod
      SteveKendrick Impressive if the iQ8 can deliver the quoted 2500watts performance from one 8" driver.
      • February 23, 2014
    • JohnOrmerod
      JohnNourse We are looking for a mid room set of speakers to be able to overcome the low ceiling sound attenuation we find in many of the venues we play in. The idea is to place some FOH speakers further down the room in these situations so the volume can be more uniform through the room. Will these IQ speakers come in a lower wattage i.e about 250 watts ? and If so what kind of price range is being projected ? We need to budget now.



      John
      • February 23, 2014
  • InactiveUser
    Contributor - Level 2
    2013-04-15
    Hello everyone,

    In this thread, I will be posting a series of discussions that we call "Tech Talks". These posts will hopefully be useful for you as I talk about everything from specific functions and features of BEHRINGER products or more technical topics that have to do with running sound or setting up a sound system in your House of Worship. If there is a certain topic that you would like to see discussed, please feel free to post on this thread of send me a personal message through the BEHRINGER forum.

    Best,

    Evan Hooton
    Specialist, Product Support HOW
    MUSIC Group
    BEHRINGER
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    • InactiveUser
      KevinWilcox Hi,

      Sorry to see there hasn't been much activity in this particular thread.



      We recently received our new X32 for a small/medium church. We are replacing a DDA analog board, and since all of us sound techs are volunteers, and none of us have other experience with running sound, I particularly would love to see some tech talks about:

      1. Best way to set up the X32 so that non-experts can use it.

      2. Easy to follow "basic" user instructions for people who just need to turn it on and get a couple mics up - like for a simple funeral service or wedding, where there might not be anyone at the console.

      3. Some typical configurations for HOW settings
      • October 4, 2013
    • InactiveUser
      KoryKobliska Hi Kevin, I have the same questions as you seem to have. I have my board up and running a bunch of mics and some instruments, but teh documentation I have found for the mixer is geared toward people who have a higher understanding of the workings of a digital board, I would love to see an 'idiots guide to the x32'.
      • October 17, 2013
    • InactiveUser
      Paul_Vannatto Hi Kevin and Kory,



      Sorry we haven't responded. I just saw this thread being used (its been dormant for so long). Maybe we can get momentum going here like with the X32 section.



      I joined the forum almost a year ago, simply because I knew I needed to learn (or re-learn) how to best do sound on this console. I agree that the manual doesn't help much for someone new to this platform. But there is a lot of great info here and the members are very helpful in answering questions, etc. I would suggest encouraging the other volunteers to join and participate.



      There are also a number excellent YouTube instructional videos available. Just search for "Behringer X32". Behringer has its own channel that can be subscribed to with both short 3-5 minute videos as well as most of the past webinars. There is also another church sound tech (Drew somebody) who makes excellent X32 instructional videos.



      Also, over at the X32User.net, there are a number of us working on a X32 Wiki. It is in it's infancy but part of the manual is there, plus a section of How To, etc are there ready to be populated.



      Paul
      • October 17, 2013
    • InactiveUser
      EvanHooton Dear Kevin and Kory,



      Would either of you mind sharing what your current situations in your facilities are like? How many inputs for a typical service do you use? What does your input list for channels currently look like? Getting some general details about what is currently in your system would be great to start talking about some typical configurations.



      Best,

      Evan Hooton

      Specialist, Product Support

      MUSIC-Group

      BEHRINGER
      • October 17, 2013
    • InactiveUser
      KevinWilcox Evan

      Im travelling right now, but I'll be happy to give you that info when I get in. Would it be possible for me to upload a scene file that shows how I plan to set it up? From another thread I think I have a viable setup, but feedback is still welcome.
      • October 17, 2013
  • JesseBusby
    Contributor - Level 2
    2015-01-08
    I have the x32 coming tomorrow and I have been working on the routing on the x32 Edit. We run a mono system, but I really want to use the fader on the far right labeled LR.

    First, can I simply go to the out 1-16 tab and set output 16 to be Main L?

    Second, do I then go to each input's home screen and then to the main tab and set the LR + Mono and then turn on the LR?

    Thanks!
    Jesse
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    • JesseBusby
      Paul_Vannatto Hi Jesse,



      Welcome to the forum and glad to hear you are getting the X32. I assume the model you are getting is the X32 full console (16 faders + 8 faders), correct?



      For a mono system, you can use the LR fader at the far right. You could also use the output assignment (Output 16 -> Main L). But that will limit you to not using any pans, linked channels, or any stereo Fx (such as reverbs).



      Another approach is to use the mono bus and assign everything to it. Then enable the M/C depends on Main L/R in the Link Preferences of the Setup, global screen. Bring the mono fader up to 0db, assign the Output 16 to Main M/C, then use the LR fader to control the output.



      Paul.
      • January 8, 2015
    • JesseBusby
      JesseBusby Paul:

      Yes, it is the full console. Thank you for your explanation. That makes a lot more sense.



      We are excited about this change. Installing on the 18th and using that week to have a couple of practices before church on the 25th.



      Thanks!

      Jesse
      • January 8, 2015
    • JesseBusby
      PeterDikant Another option might be to use a matrix for this. Send the LR bus to a post fader matrix with a send level of 0db. Now you can assign this matrix to an output with a pre fader tap point. This way your LR-Slider will remain the only volume control for your ouput.
      • January 8, 2015
    • JesseBusby
      JoelMac

      Paul Vannatto;38196 wrote:

      ... For a mono system, you can use the LR fader at the far right. You could also use the output assignment (Output 16 -> Main L). But that will limit you to not using any pans, linked channels, or any stereo Fx (such as reverbs). ...






      Now I'm curious.



      We have a mono system. We use the LR bus and send only one side to the mains. We run the bass bin off the mono bus so we can limit the channels going to the bins. We leave everything panned center, so the left and right signals on the LR fader are the same. We use linked channels for the CD player most of the time, but pan them center, we un-link the CD sometimes to play only one side of a split track.



      I'm wondering how using the LR fader would "...limit [me] to not using any pans, linked channels, or any stereo Fx..."? My system is in mono, wouldn't that be the limiting factor? Why would I want to use pans, links, or stereo Fx? Can I get any benefit from a stereo Effect on a mono system? I don't see what the difference would be using the mono or stereo bus, if the stereo bus has the same signal on both sides. Could you elaborate please?
      • January 8, 2015
    • JesseBusby
      Paul_Vannatto Hey Joel, the problem with only sending one side of the LR to the amp as a mono setup is if you do have a stereo signal, you will only get one side. If channel strips get inadvertently linked, they automatically pan each channel hard left and right. The USB player is by default setup that way. The other problem is that certain Fx, such as reverbs are configured to receive a mono signal and produce a stereo wet signal. So tapping off just the left signal of the LR would only get half of the total signals of those sources. If that is not an issue, then there is no reason to change what you have setup.



      I almost always setup my system as stereo so that I do have the option to be able to pan if necessary (for voice/instrument separation). But I do run into scenarios where mono is the only option.



      The other method using a matrix, as Peter suggested, is also a good option, and probably the one I would use.



      Paul
      • January 8, 2015
  • JohnMilner
    Super Contributor - Level 2
    2019-09-14

    AMX32Bridge is now available in the App Store.  The App allows any MIDI controller to communicate (using OSC) with X Air, M Air, X32 and M32 consoles either via USB MIDI (using Apple USB camera connection kit) or Bluetooth Low Energy MIDI.  This means that virtually any USB MIDI controller (combined with the USB camera connection kit) can control any of the parameters in the chosen console using mapped OSC commands.  The App will also map MIDI from BLE-MIDI controllers to OSC commands  for the X Air/MAir/X32/M32.  The next update (available in the next couple of days) will allow control of the delay time of the rack delay FX (by tapping a MIDI controller), with a visual indication of the delay time in the App.  All setup/mapping parameters can be stored and recalled, and the App will 'sync' settings between the console and MIDI controller (where supported by the MIDI Controller).

    John M

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    • JohnMilner
      JohnMilner




      (view in My Videos)

      • September 15, 2019
    • JohnMilner
      JohnMilner

      Using an iRig BlueBoard to control an X Air (XR 18) - no wires!




      (view in My Videos)

      • September 16, 2019
    • JohnMilner
      JohnMilner

      AMX32Bridge version 1.0.4 is now available in the App Store.  Entry of tap delays now supported, including support for iRig BlueBoard.

      • September 23, 2019
  • RonKimball
    Contributor - Level 2
    2013-02-08
    So, if I put the NU3000 into bridge mode which input works? If I turn on the crossover also does it output the lows or highs? Is the manual available for download? I could only find the quick start guide .
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    • RonKimball
      GlennSlater Hi Ron,



      It is really important to have 4 pole speaker cable, (also called NL4) to wire your amp and speakers for the use of the crossover or bridge mode. BTW rewiring the cable just means unscrewing the end, and using a screwdriver to swap a pair of wires.





      When the crossover is activated, the Low frequencies end up on +2-2 of your 4 pole cable, and the mids and highs are on +1, -1.





      In BRIDGED mode you will want ch A all of the way up and ch B all of the way down. Connect only to channel A.





      Set the switch to BRIDGED



      You will want to rewire your Speakon to +1, +2. You can just unscrew the end of the speakon cable to do this.



      Mark this end of the Speakon so you know which end you rewired.





      There is just the quick-start guide. but if you need any more help, please let us know.



      I hope this helps,



      Best,
      • February 8, 2013
    • RonKimball
      GeraldLaFrance Hi New User, I figured just rez this old thread as I need to find out if you are going to use Bridge mode on the nu3000dsp and I have a 2 pole cable do I change the wire on both ends or just the 1 end that plugs into the Sub??



      I have a 4 pole connector on the sub..
      • March 24, 2013
    • RonKimball
      RonKimball

      Gerald LaFrance;4123 wrote:

      Hi New User, I figured just rez this old thread as I need to find out if you are going to use Bridge mode on the nu3000dsp and I have a 2 pole cable do I change the wire on both ends or just the 1 end that plugs into the Sub??


      Neither - you have to change just the amp end .
      • March 25, 2013
    • RonKimball
      GeraldLaFrance I am not sure I understand so I would like to verify.. I am going to change the wires on the female connector comming from the amp or the cable end??
      • March 25, 2013
    • RonKimball
      RonKimball

      Gerald LaFrance;4158 wrote:

      I am not sure I understand so I would like to verify.. I am going to change the wires on the female connector comming from the amp or the cable end??
      Huh? The cable has two ends, did you mean the speaker end? And perhaps you are gender-confused too - the cables have two female ends and the amp and speaker both have male panel mount SpeakOns. In any case you want to change the end of the cable that plugs into the amp and leave the end that plugs into the speaker "normal". Make sure you carefully label that cable as to function and which end goes where!
      • March 26, 2013
  • SteveGallo
    Contributor - Level 2
    2015-05-17
    I am using an XR18 for our HOW. It is terrific to be able to manage the sound levels and mute/unmute mics during the service. This gives us much better signal to noise and allows us the handle the dynamics of a service. Previously we had an analog mixer that was inaccessible during live events.

    We are using an iPad to control the levels during the services. We have created a "baseline" start of service Show/Scene. After the service we load this scene so that during the week others (non-tech) can use the system by simply powering it on. The system is kept locked except for those who have been trained. I have checked the power on configuration previously and it was working as expected. This morning I found that after a power off/power on sequence the channel settings were not set to the baseline. In fact the main mics were muted! I know I loaded the Baseline Scene before powering off the system.

    Once I discovered that power on was not restoring the XR18 to the expected configuration I ran some tests. I powered on the XR18, connected the iPad, loaded the Baseline Scene and then turned off the XR18 (powered off is done via a power strip not the switch on the XR18). Powered off the iPad. Powered on the XR18 and it did not come up with the channels set to the baseline levels and mutes! I tried different sequences of powering off the iPad and XR18. In every case the Baseline Scene was not restored when the XR18 was powered on. Otherwise the XR18 is working as expected. I have the latest firmware, 1.09, and the latest version of the X Air iPad app.

    How do I ensure that the system powers on in the baseline configuration? Do I have to connect the Windows laptop to make sure the configuration is stored/restored in the XR18? This is more than an annoyance because its not possible to be at the church every time someone needs to use the sound system. I am teaching a couple of other people but they may not want to be "on call". In addition to a second congregation there is a school that may use the system during the week.

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    • SteveGallo
      Michael_Lapke Dear Steve,



      Glad to hear you are enjoying using your XR18. So it sounds like this was working for you for a while and now it's not? Typically data from the mixer loads to the tablet by default so whatever scene you have loaded in the mixer on power down will come back the next time you power on again. Can you tell me what specifically is changing between the time you power down and fire it back up again? The different scene that loads, is it consistently loading the wrong scene or is it loading many different setting in an almost wild fashion?



      I suggest doing a hard reset of your mixer by sticking a paperclip in the little hole above where it says ACCESS POINT in the REMOTE section on the front of the mixer. Pressing the button in that hole for 15 seconds should do the trick. All your settings, including the internal WIFI setup, will be reset after you do this so make sure you have your baseline scene saved onto one of your control devices before doing so you can reload your scene again after initializing your unit. It's also a good idea to setup your wifi security so that others aren't able to log into your mixer and change setting without being given access privileges. Also make sure you don't have the "Mute outputs at power cycle" selected in the SETUP/MIXER menu as this will mute the output busses/mains whenever you power cycle the mixer.



      Let me know if this helps.
      • May 17, 2015
    • SteveGallo
      SteveGallo Michael,



      Thanks for the suggestion. I did the hard reset. To use the Wi-Fi Access Point I then had to reset the network settings by moving the Network Switch to Ethernet and then back to Access Point. I could then reconnect the iPad to the XR18. I loaded my baseline show and scene. I entered the security PIN for WEP. Powered cycled the system. The configuration was what was set before powering off. Tried that a few more times and each time the configuration was correct. So your suggestion fixed the problem. Thanks.



      Steve
      • May 21, 2015
    • SteveGallo
      SteveGallo The problem with inconsistent settings on Power On has occurred again. I am often using an iPad and infrequently a Windows PC to run the X Air app. When the XR18 was not again set as expected I remembered that several weeks ago I set up some mute groups using the X Air PC app. Since that time I have used X Air on the iPad. Thinking that maybe the problem was the unseen mute groups I started X Air on the Windows PC. When X Air starts on the PC it asks if the consoles settings should be downloaded. I answered yes. Lo and behold all of the settings were as I expected. When I had previously used the iPad the settings were not as expected. At that point I turned on the iPad and started X Air. Surprise the settings reported by X Air did not match what I was seeing at that time on the Windows PC. I had the PC still in X Air when I booted the iPad. Now I am convinced that the problem is the X Air software on the iPad. I no longer trust this software to report the true state of the XR18 when X Air is started. It does seem to get "in sync" if I load the scene that I had loaded when I was shutting down the XR18. I have been loading that scene whenever I prepare for an event. There have been any significant problems during events except that occasionally a mute button for one channel stops working.



      Much has been said elsewhere on this forum about the maturity of the X Air app and Behringer's development approach. Until I discovered the discrepancies between what was shown on the PC and iPad I was OK with the app and the development approach. I understand spiral development plans and agile development for software. These are respected approaches for incremental software development.



      At this time I would consider the iPad X Air app not yet production ready. It should be called beta version .90 as there is missing functionality and now appears to be inaccurate reporting of the status of the XR18.
      • May 30, 2015
    • SteveGallo
      Michael_Lapke Steve,



      What kind of iPad are you using? Which iOS is it running? Remember, not all iPads are created equal.
      • May 31, 2015
    • SteveGallo
      SteveGallo Michael,



      I am using the iPad Air 2 16GB Wi-Fi. The IOS is the latest available release IOS 8.3. I believe this is Apple's most recent hardware and OS.



      I see the X Air for the PC is now version 1.1. Can you say when the iPad and Android X Air apps will be updated? Is the plan to maintain functional parity on all platforms or will the tablet versions be "lite" and the PC/Laptop versions have the full capabilities?



      All things considered I like the XR18. It gives us functions and real-time capabilities we never had with our previous analog mixer which was locked up in a rack. I understand that X Air is a work in progress. Except for the power on problem the iPad is doing what we need it to do. It's just been a little frustrating to be unsure how the system will be configured when it is powered on during the week by others. Some people are willing to learn and I have been training them. Others just want to power on the system and have it work like it always was with the static setup of the analog mixer.



      Steve
      • May 31, 2015
  • InactiveUser
    Contributor - Level 2
    2012-10-06
    Hi,

    The reason I purchased my DDM4000 is because the ability to save and recall my settings was impressive to me. Problem is, I've never been able to save and recall my settings!

    Someone please tell me if I'm doing something incorrectly:

    First, I the time to set my microphone settings & channel effects to the way I like them. I then SAVE them to User 1 or 2. The problem I'm running into is that after shutting the board off, recalling User 1 or 2 doesn't do anything. What that means is that I then have to reconfigure all of my settings again. It's very annoying and defeats the purpose of why I purchased it in the first place.

    Is there a firmware patch or something available for the DDM4000 that will fix this?

    Really need your help,



    Thanks
    Mikemusic, NYC.
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      InactiveUser Hey,



      I have exactly your same issue.



      Nobody is able so save user settings correctly?



      How do you do that?





      Thanks for help.



      -Ste Jay-p-
      • October 9, 2012
    • InactiveUser
      InactiveUser I hope to get a response from Behringer but all the DJs I know who use the DDM4000 have never gotten a response. Ugh!
      • October 10, 2012
    • InactiveUser
      EddieRasguido Hi mikemusic and ste4life,



      The DDM4000 should definitely allow you to save and recall your settings.



      Can you please confirm your are pressing Save or Load twice. You will see the word DONE! displayed on the screen after the second press.



      Best regards,

      Ed
      • October 18, 2012
    • InactiveUser
      AndrewLuck mikemusic - thank you for your patience.



      Zac in customer care verified this on his DDM4000 and sent this respsonse.



      "When saving and loading USER settings, make sure that you are selecting the appropriate command. After you have finished mapping your settings, push and hold the CONTROL SETUP encoder; this will bring up the global menu. Scroll down to USER SETTINGS and push the encoder. From here, select any open slot to save your preset settings. Save these settings by pushing the encoder once to select and again to verify.



      If you power down the mixer right away, your settings should be selected right away. If not, go back into the global menu; scroll down to the USER SETTINGS menu. Select which preset you want to open, use the FX 1 PARAM encoder to load and a second time to verify. Use the MIDI ESC switch and go back to the FX home page. Your settings are now saved and selected!



      You are able to store 8 User presets. Within these, you can save settings for: MIC Setup, TALK Setup, Channel Setup, FX Setup, Crossfader, Ultamizer, OUTPUT setup and MIDI settings."



      If you would like technical support assistance via the phone or need to start a warranty claim, please call 425-672-0816.
      • November 14, 2012
    • InactiveUser
      IordacheIonut Mine work very well... and any time I save a new preset, that will be the one loaded when turn on again the mixer!



      Great mixer, badly you delayed to much the cmd series,

      I ordered after long waiting, 2 units of Reloop Contour, to sit next to my DDM4000 !

      Cheers...




      • November 14, 2012
  • SivanRemesh
    Contributor - Level 1
    2014-05-17
    My problem is that there's no input signal from my guitar line to the pc.. I did the basic installation with the drivers and all those things. plz view this picture.

    http://oi43.tinypic.com/98d8j9.jpg
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    • SivanRemesh
      MichaelMendelso The picture shows that Guitar Rig expects your guitar to be on the front mike connector. Presumably you have to change the inputsetting on Guitar Rig to "Behringer USB"? Unfortunately, I don't use guitar rig, so I can go only by the handbook, but if you go to the "Audio" tab on the "Audio and Midi Settings" dialog that you have open, you ought to be able to select the ASIO4ALL as driver and the BEHRINGER USB WDM AUDIO as device.
      • May 18, 2014
    • SivanRemesh
      SeanFairchild Dear Sivan,



      I do use GR5 Pro and may be able to help. Keep in mind that with ASIO devices, you can only use one at a time. The symbol you can see in this picture in the ASIO4ALL dialog window shows a logic problem/conflict between your VIA and Behringer devices. Can you walk us through your setup very thoroughly? Are you trying to use the VIA device along with the Behringer inetrface, or just the Behringer? If the latter is the case, try turning the VIA "off" in that ASIO4ALL dialog and restarting. And as Michael mentioned above, you'll need to change your GR Audio settings to look for the Behringer device instead of the VIA.



      Best regards,

      Sean Fairchild

      Specialist, Channel Marketing Prosumer Division

      MUSIC Group

      BEHRINGER
      • May 19, 2014
  • CaioCosta
    Contributor - Level 2
    2018-07-15
    I'm able to hear my voice through Direct Monitor, however my microphone does not work on Discord, Google Hangouts or Skype, even though it works on Reaper.
    I'm using Windows 10 64bit, a BM-800 mic connected to a U-Phoria UM2 audio interface via XLR.
    I have the latest drivers installed and have already reinstalled them as well as rebooted my PC many times.
    I've already checked the audio configurations in the mentioned programs and made sure the correct input was selected.
    I really don't know what else should I do.
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    • CaioCosta
      Michael_Lapke

      Caio Costa;149112 wrote:

      I'm able to hear my voice through Direct Monitor, however my microphone does not work on Discord, Google Hangouts or Skype, even though it works on Reaper.

      I'm using Windows 10 64bit, a BM-800 mic connected to a U-Phoria UM2 audio interface via XLR.

      I have the latest drivers installed and have already reinstalled them as well as rebooted my PC many times.

      I've already checked the audio configurations in the mentioned programs and made sure the correct input was selected.

      I really don't know what else should I do.




      Hi Caio,



      Have you tried changing the sampling rate of your UM2 to 44.1kHz in the ASIO4ALL driver control panel? A number of the programs you list (Hangouts, Skype etc) may only work with audio provided in that format, so maybe that's why it's not working the way you expect when using those programs?
      • July 16, 2018
    • CaioCosta
      CaioCosta

      Michael Lapke;149189 wrote:

      Hi Caio,



      Have you tried changing the sampling rate of your UM2 to 44.1kHz in the ASIO4ALL driver control panel? A number of the programs you list (Hangouts, Skype etc) may only work with audio provided in that format, so maybe that's why it's not working the way you expect when using those programs?




      Hey, Michael!



      There's a "LINE IN" in the Recording tab and it's already set to 44.1kHz
      • July 19, 2018
    • CaioCosta
      Michael_Lapke

      Caio Costa;149365 wrote:

      Hey, Michael!



      There's a "LINE IN" in the Recording tab and it's already set to 44.1kHz




      Not sure that has anything to do with your UM2 interface, are you using the ASIO4ALL driver which is provided on our website?
      • July 19, 2018
    • CaioCosta
      CaioCosta

      Michael Lapke;149374 wrote:

      Not sure that has anything to do with your UM2 interface, are you using the ASIO4ALL driver which is provided on our website?




      Yes, I'm using those drivers.

      Have tried different versions of it already, like 2.13 and 2.14. The problem remains...



      People from Discord once "fixed" my problem by giving to me access to a beta version of their problem which worked for some time, but I don't think the problem was really in Discord because I also have this problem and other programs, as mentioned.



      Is there any test I could perform to check my audio interface? I bought it used, by the way...
      • July 21, 2018
    • CaioCosta
      Michael_Lapke

      Caio Costa;149469 wrote:

      Yes, I'm using those drivers.

      Have tried different versions of it already, like 2.13 and 2.14. The problem remains...



      People from Discord once "fixed" my problem by giving to me access to a beta version of their problem which worked for some time, but I don't think the problem was really in Discord because I also have this problem and other programs, as mentioned.



      Is there any test I could perform to check my audio interface? I bought it used, by the way...




      You could try to connect your interface to another PC and see if the behavior continues.



      Can you please confirm (with a screenshot) which device on your computer is set as the microphone input? Can you also show me what you have selected as your Discord audio input source?
      • July 23, 2018
  • JoeLoubier
    Contributor - Level 2
    2014-11-06
    What advantages does the x32 rack have over the new xr18? Is the price difference really worth it? I know we don't have the full software available, but based on product description, what will the x-air not be able to do that the x32 can?
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    • JoeLoubier
      Paul_Vannatto Hi Joe,



      Welcome to the forum. We don't have a lot of details regarding the new XR series (including the XR18). The one big difference (for me anyways) is that the XR18 has limited expandability (no AES50, card slot, etc.).



      Paul
      • November 5, 2014
    • JoeLoubier
      JoeLoubier thanks for the reply,I guess I'll just have to wait for it to come out, and see what the pros think
      • November 5, 2014
    • JoeLoubier
      JoeLoubier I got news today from Sweetwater that the x-air mixers, at least the XR18, won't be shipped to them until the middle of March now. I don't know if it is software issues or what?
      • January 14, 2015
    • JoeLoubier
      RayRoberts Joe, did you pre-purchase from Sweetwater?
      • January 15, 2015
    • JoeLoubier
      TimPadrick From what I've seen, I believe I'm correct in saying that the Rack's advantages are:



      Ability to "do stuff" without a computer or iPad (via the front panel).



      More buses (subgroups, monitor mixes when expanded with S16).



      More channels (when expanded with S16).



      Ability to route inputs to multiple channels (I'm not positive that the XR18 cannot do this).



      4 more FX slots.
      • February 4, 2015
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