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  • MichaelRigsby
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2015-06-06
    i own 2 333's not infinium,and a Trirec infinium no problem so far.thats a good thing.if anyone knows anything about either of these amps,that i need to know about them,or just want to talk bugera give me a shout!
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    • MichaelRigsby
      PatrickGMaillot Having a rig with a Marshall, Orange and 3 Line6 amps.... I know nothing about Bugera 333.



      You own and use them, why not to tell us more?



      The only thing I can say by reading the quick specs, is 34kgs and no wheels... Ouch! First thing I did on my gear is adding wheels, tired of ruining my back on these.

      -Patrick
      • June 6, 2015
    • MichaelRigsby
      TimEdwards I am new to the forum and may not be searching in the right place yet . I own a V5 and a V22 infinium head. I live in London and run them both from a mains transformer which reduces the wall socket measured AC supply voltage from about 240 to 245 down to around 220 to 225 . I do this in the belief that the amplifier transformers are designed for continental European voltages. I seem to make a habit of this sort of thing because I also have a USA spec Vox amp designed for 120 volts and I have another larger stepdown transformer for that also. Any thoughts on this voltage issue as far as it effects the tube voltages, I see from the circuit schematics that there are zener diodes and voltage
      • September 22, 2015
    • MichaelRigsby
      PatrickGMaillot I thought Europe normalized its voltage to 230? (France went from 220 to 230 and UK from 240 down to 230) about what... 15 years ago?.



      My Orange amp (circa 1978!) has a selector for several voltages. I've been running it using the 230 selection and never had any issue. No zener in the Orange, just the mains transformer, to a diode bridge and a few capacitors! brute force power

      -Patrick









      Tim Edwards;59827 wrote:

      I am new to the forum and may not be searching in the right place yet . I own a V5 and a V22 infinium head. I live in London and run them both from a mains transformer which reduces the wall socket measured AC supply voltage from about 240 to 245 down to around 220 to 225 . I do this in the belief that the amplifier transformers are designed for continental European voltages. I seem to make a habit of this sort of thing because I also have a USA spec Vox amp designed for 120 volts and I have another larger stepdown transformer for that also. Any thoughts on this voltage issue as far as it effects the tube voltages, I see from the circuit schematics that there are zener diodes and voltage
      • September 22, 2015
    • MichaelRigsby
      TimEdwards Patrick, I think that is true from an administrative point of view, they just widened the tolerances of the standards and chose 230 as a sort of mid point. I do not think that the generation and power distribution networks changed physically. Just use your multimeter and see what it shows at your wall socket! Same as the old days . This is quite a well worn subject and there is probably plenty written about it. My worry is over high plate voltage to my tubes, the solid state parts such as the reverb seem to be supplied from a voltage regulated circuit but the tubes are straight from the transformer and therefore dependant on supply voltage. I believe that this problem can be troublsome on fender blues junior amps unless the transformer wiring taps are corrected.
      • September 23, 2015
    • MichaelRigsby
      TimEdwards I am new to this forum and have not browsed it enough to have learned the etiquette yet. I am sorry if I have used an overly aggressive font in my subject line and also if my enquiry is looking like a high jack of the original thread it was not meant to be. I only got the V22 last week and am just getting to know it.
      • September 23, 2015
  • KoryKobliska
    Contributor - Level 2
    2014-05-01
    Hi,
    First I'm sorry if this is covered elsewhere, I have a time constraint and don't have time to read all forum posts, also, I'm not all that familiar with the x32 so I need really simple step by step help.

    I need to send through two other outputs, the same signal I'm sending to the main speakers. These two other sends will go to our two satelite speaker amps.

    How can I do this simply please?
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    • KoryKobliska
      Paul_Vannatto Hi Kory,



      Yes that is a simple routing solution. Assuming you already are using the XLR Output 15/16 for the main speakers (default), you can simply duplicate that on two other XLR Outputs (eg. 13/14).



      To do that, goto the Routing/Out 1-16 screen:

      * Analog Output: Output 13

      * Category: Main (LRC)

      * Output Signal: Main L

      * Tap: Post Fader



      * Analog Output: Output 14

      * Category: Main (LRC)

      * Output Signal: Main R

      * Tap: Post Fader



      Paul
      • May 1, 2014
    • KoryKobliska
      KoryKobliska Thanks Paul, will try that in the morning.
      • May 1, 2014
    • KoryKobliska
      KoryKobliska Paul,

      Ok, set outputs (bus?) 13 and 14 as stated above.

      We actually only run a mono signal right now so I tapped into the Right for both output 13 and 14.

      I can see signal coming into 14, but nothing into 13. I'm alone so running back and forth to the basement to check levels is not happening this morning.



      Can I tap into the Right output more than once? What else could be wrong, that i'm not getting anything on 13?

      If I leave the mains unmuted, I hear it in my satalite speakers, but if I mute the mains, I loose the satelites...



      argh!



      thanks!

      Kory
      • May 2, 2014
    • KoryKobliska
      Paul_Vannatto Hi Kory,



      Sorry for the delay. I'm enroute via car from SW Ontario to Winnipeg, Manitoba and just got into Ironwood, Michigan. Tomorrow will be just as bad trying to get ahold of me.



      Regarding your routing problem, my suggestions would be

      1. double check those settings

      2. check to make sure you are sending a signal to the Main L

      3. try changing the first set of settings (for output 13) to Output Signal: Main R - if you now get a signal from Output 13, then the Main L is not getting a signal somehow.



      Regarding your last question, yes you can assign the Main R to any (and as many) Output jacks that you want.



      Paul
      • May 2, 2014
    • KoryKobliska
      TimPadrick I think what you need to do is to route your L/R to a pair of matrix buses, and feed one matrix to the house and the other matrix to the basement. This will give the house and the basement their own level controls. The L/R will then act as a master over both the house and the basement.
      • May 4, 2014
  • StevePritchard
    Contributor - Level 2
    2014-12-09
    HI.. New to forum... Sorry if this has been asked.. but I didnt see a good answer in some of the other posts..
    We have a X32.. Using I think 2 S16's on stage to run mics and such into and monitors out... Currently we have been having issues with monitor mixes. We are currently running the mixes from FOH.. ( X32) Trouble is the guys running it are very inexperianced, and pretty much seem to make troubles worse when ever they touch the monitor mixes. I was looking at the P16-M as a possilby solution to give people the freedom to mess with there own mix ..
    Currenlty we dont run wireless inears.. so each person has a small mixer near them that they are just pretty much using for a Earbud amp as there is nothing to mix.. they signal they get is the monitor mix from FOH..
    So to me this would be about the same size.. but give them the 16 channels to mix..

    My question first off is if we have two s16's which do we plug the P16 set up into ( we would use the P16D and then 6 or so P16M i would guess) The P16M only can see 16 channels.. So how do you tell it which 16 if you have more then that ..

    Also.. i think the X32 could use some wireless set up for monitor mix ? I mean.. use iphone or androide and give to each person so they can still control there mix.. using exhisting setup with out having to add p16M..

    Thanks for any info..
    If you need more info let me know.. I am a very experiaced musician with and electrical technician with years of stage and sound experiance.. but not with the digital stuff... so Im learning.. but havent really had time to dig into the X32 yet... But they want me to become more involved and be there to help the less experiacne guys trying to run the FOH.. lol

    anyway.. thanks again.
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    • StevePritchard
      Paul_Vannatto Hi Steve,



      Welcome to the forum. From your explanation you are in a very similar situation I was in 2 years ago. We got our X32, two S16, but also 4 P16-M (plus the P16-D) for our church. I was also experienced with the analog setup but new to the digital world and the X32 in particular. That is why I joined the forum here.



      Regarding the P16 setup, when we set it up, I was expecting a learning curve and resistance from the musicians. After about a 20 minute training session - they loved it and caught on to using it like a duck to water. That blew me away. Today if I took those P16's away and went back to the old way of mixing monitors from FOH, I know I would have a revolt on my hands.



      The 16 signals are assigned to the Ultranet via the Routing, P16 Out screen. There you can choose direct out channels inputs, mixbusses, etc. The hookup is very simple. Connect the P16D to the first S16 (Ultranet port). If you connect the P16-M's to the P16-D, you don't need to power the P16-M (it gets the power via the Ultranet). You can also cascade the P16-M from one to another (but the power doesn't transfer, so a power adaptor would be needed).



      Regarding the IEM question, yes you can set them up with an iPod, iPad or android tablet (my preference) and use mixbusses.



      Paul
      • December 9, 2014
    • StevePritchard
      StevePritchard HI Paul, thanks for the response. I still am not clear on the P16M set up.. I was under the impression the ULTRANET only can handle 16 channels of data.. SO if you have 2 S16's thats 32.. So where is the P16 out screen located. In the X32? If so.. then I would select what 16 channels are available on the Ultranet to the P16's ? and is that what is available on any of the Ultranet ports then? Thought is I could daisy chain 3 or 4 off one one of the S16's and 3 off the other ? ( thinking about where people stand, it doesn't make much sense to try to run them all in series. But it could work if we had one cable run going stage left and one going stage right) At this point the most cost effective solution would be to use some wireless solution using I phone or pad.. But Some one said the building we are in has wireless blockers so idk if that will work ( we are in a middle school auditorium) But if we did try that what software or app is used. We don't want the common musician to have access to more then there mix. Does the app restrict there access ?? I have used similar apps with the Presonus board.. and it just gave a monitor mix if I recall. Thanks again.
      • December 9, 2014
    • StevePritchard
      StevePritchard OH One other thing.. We currently have mixbusses set up I suppose.. If we use the Wireles app does that just override what ever the FOH settings are? I assume if we went with the P16 route then the FOH mixes would have 0 effect on the P16's

      Thanks
      • December 9, 2014
    • StevePritchard
      Paul_Vannatto

      Steve Pritchard;36165 wrote:

      I still am not clear on the P16M set up.. I was under the impression the ULTRANET only can handle 16 channels of data.. SO if you have 2 S16's thats 32.. So where is the P16 out screen located. In the X32? If so.. then I would select what 16 channels are available on the Ultranet to the P16's?


      Yes, all signal assignments are done on the X32 in the Routing section. There is one tab called P16 Out. That is where you would assign whatever you want to each of the P16 channels. For example, or our church P16 setup, we have assigned the first 14 channels of the X32 to the first 14 channels of the P16 (some are pre-eq, some post-eq, some with mute). The last 2 P16 channels are assigned a couple of mixbusses for media (computer, DVD player, USB player, etc) and floor (pastor mic, announcement mic, etc.).





      and is that what is available on any of the Ultranet ports then? Thought is I could daisy chain 3 or 4 off one one of the S16's and 3 off the other ? ( thinking about where people stand, it doesn't make much sense to try to run them all in series. But it could work if we had one cable run going stage left and one going stage right)


      Yes, the Ultranet ports can be configured to have identical 16 ch setup for all ports (X32, S16, etc). So what you want to do is feasible. Actually the default is setup that way I think.





      At this point the most cost effective solution would be to use some wireless solution using I phone or pad.. But Some one said the building we are in has wireless blockers so idk if that will work ( we are in a middle school auditorium) But if we did try that what software or app is used. We don't want the common musician to have access to more then there mix. Does the app restrict there access ?? I have used similar apps with the Presonus board.. and it just gave a monitor mix if I recall.


      Yes both the X32-Q (for iPod and android) and Mixing Station (for android phones and tablets) do have restrictive modes. I use four 7" quad-core android tablets with Mixing Station for the musicians to be able to mix the 4 monitors (2 floor wedges, 2 spots) for a jamboree I do each month. Each tablet is dedicated to its respective monitors.



      To be honest, I think you are going to find that a mix of P16 and wireless tablets are going to fit your needs nicely.



      Paul
      • December 9, 2014
    • StevePritchard
      StevePritchard OK... Thanks for the info.. I think that gives me a good starting point. One more question, then I will leave ya alone. If using the wireless solution..( iphone, Androide apps) How does one hook that up. I was reading about the X18's ( for another band Im looking for a IEM solution for) and they have Built in WiFI. So no extra hardware needed Does the X32 have this as well ? If not what do you need to set up WiFi.. Wireless router and Ethernet cable ? ( I assume there is a Ethernet port on the X32 ) Thanks again for the help and sharing your knowledge !!
      • December 9, 2014
  • HenryMore
    Contributor - Level 2
    2013-07-05
    Gotta have at least one post.
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    • HenryMore
      Paul_Vannatto ROFL



      What is a eurocom anyway?



      Paul
      • July 5, 2013
    • HenryMore
      InactiveUser

      Henry More;6957 wrote:

      Gotta have at least one post.




      Thanks Henry. haha. I have been having a good time with my EuroCom items and I am about to start putting some of the stuff up online to show you guys. Are you more of an install guy or live sound guy?



      Best Regards,

      Evan Hooton

      Specialist, Product Support

      MUSIC Group

      BEHRINGER
      • July 6, 2013
    • HenryMore
      HenryMore Ahoy Evan,



      Well ... it all depends on the time of year.

      We here at MoreSound Company supply live sound support at various venues pending the heat of the moment (festival season, theater season, college season, election season ... etc.)

      Then we keep busy by do installations in between all of those seasons (churches, schools, municipalities ... etc.)



      Can't wait to see what you have up your sleeve. Always enjoy the cutting edge stuff.
      • July 7, 2013
    • HenryMore
      Paul_Vannatto Hi Evan,



      Whatever happened to what you had planned on posting online regarding the EuroCom stuff? I'm like Henry (I have GAS - gear acquisition syndrome) and love looking at new audio gear, even though my wife says I'm allowed to look and not buy...



      Paul
      • July 25, 2013
    • HenryMore
      InactiveUser

      Paul Vannatto;7496 wrote:

      Hi Evan,



      Whatever happened to what you had planned on posting online regarding the EuroCom stuff? I'm like Henry (I have GAS - gear acquisition syndrome) and love looking at new audio gear, even though my wife says I'm allowed to look and not buy...



      Paul




      Paul,



      As you know, we work on materials for multiple BEHRINGER items for new articles and resources. I am actually at the moment working on a bunch of new EUROCOM items to focus on for the next few months. I am putting together system diagrams right now and will be presenting more EUROCOM webinars that are based on individual EUROCOM pieces to focus in more on the specific use of them. Anything that you would particularly like to see as I put things together to cover for the next month?



      Best,

      Evan Hooton

      Specialist, Product Support HOW

      MUSIC Group

      BEHRINGER
      • July 25, 2013
  • JamesWynne
    Contributor - Level 2
    2015-05-31
    First of all, why does this forum not have categories about the stuff and how to use it?

    Got the Behringer XD80USB about a little over a month ago. The Reason? 399$ and it had: Dual Zone Cymbals & Pads, Real Bass Drum Pedal with Beater, Expandable & MIDI support. These are not things you get with a 399$ kit. I use Behringer pedals with my guitar and have no issues with them.

    Kits looks good and the responsiveness is great. Pads feel great and the kit was easy to put together and has all the features which make it easy to adjust to your liking. Expanded the kit with a Roland Snare & a Roland Cymbal. Plays well for the first three days... Then:

    3 days in during practicing the Bass Kick Pad stops. No sound. Emailed Sweetwater and they processed a new one through Behringer. Got on in from UPS a couple of days later. I did not have to return the old Pad and took it apart to find one of the wires came off the solder. I can fix that. In the meantime I had to borrow a Pad from a friends kit. I got the new Pad and started playing again until I noticed a Rattle in the Ride Cymbal. I took it apart to find a metal weight broke off and was flopping around the unit. Because I opened the unit, the warranty was voided. If I would have not emailed Sweetwater a picture of what was wrong, I may have gotten another one. Oh well, I super glued it back and the Cymbal works again.

    Now I am on day 32 of ownership and while adjusting the Bass Drum Pedal with the Pad the Bass Drum Pedal Mounting Clamp literally broke in two right in the middle (Aren't these metal?!?). Good Lord... I emailed Sweetwater and told them about my issues. Had to go to Guitar Center and by a Tama Iron Cobra 200 Pedal. It was quicker than waiting and wondering if Behringer would make good on there part. If I wanted to practice (This is my only Kit), then I needed a pedal now.

    After I installed my Tama Pedal, I started to play and within 30 minutes, the Hi-Hat stopped communicating. After taking it apart, it has the same issue as the Original Drum Pad. The wiring came off the solder.

    So 32 days in (After the warranty is out), I am using the Cymbal I glued together for the Hi-Hat. I will re-Solder both the Old Bass Pad & the Hi-Hat and most likely fix them without issue, but it just shows the cheapness of the kit. I have already put another 200$+ into it in the THIRTY DAYS since I got it. I could have gotten a more expensive kit. Very cheap.

    On a Positive note: The Cymbal are all Dual Zone and play well. The Expansion spots are invaluable and are compatible with Yamaha and/or Roland parts (or pretty much anything). The Cage is sturdy and easy to adjust. The Drum Module is easy to use and so far has not died on me. MIDI out, & are a nice feature. All 4 pads are working fine and seem to be sturdy and responsive. The Next Kit up is a KAT kit and it is 499$ and has no expansion, single zone and no MIDI. Might be cheaper to buy this kit EXPECTING to upgrade the Bass Pedal and some cymbals.

    Technically, I will have been able to fix every issue with a soldering iron & some glue.

    Remember I am only 32 days in, lets see what happens in the future.
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    • JamesWynne
      JamesWynne Update. Lost another cymbal weight today, and an gluing it back.33 days into the kit.
      • May 31, 2015
    • JamesWynne
      BartBolton

      James Wynne;50885 wrote:

      Update. Lost another cymbal weight today, and an gluing it back.33 days into the kit.




      Dear James,



      Please allow me to introduce myself, my name is Bart Bolton and I am the Manager of the MUSIC Group Care Center in Nevada which is in charge of servicing and managing spare parts for the brands Midas, Klark Teknik, Turbosound, Behringer and Bugera.



      Sorry to hear that you've had some trouble with your kit. Is there a number you can be reached at to discuss a little further? We have all the parts needed here in Nevada and would like to get your XD80 running at factory specifications.



      We're here to help!



      Thank you!
      • June 1, 2015
  • NathanMorgan
    Contributor - Level 2
    2015-04-13
    I just got the Behringer 1202FX sound board. I am wondering how to hook it up for use with my usb audio interface, The Scarlett 2i2 from Focusrite. I have very little clue on how to proceed. Thank you
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    • NathanMorgan
      Paul_Vannatto Hi Nathan,



      Welcome to the forum. Unfortunately that model does not have a USB interface. If you do require that, I would suggest getting the 1204USB model.
      • April 14, 2015
    • NathanMorgan
      MarioVano

      Nathan Morgan;46946 wrote:

      I just got the Behringer 1202FX sound board. I am wondering how to hook it up for use with my usb audio interface, The Scarlett 2i2 from Focusrite. I have very little clue on how to proceed. Thank you




      I think he's got an interface and wants to know the best way to connect it.



      The answer depends on your needs Nathan!



      A good way to start is to hook up the



      left and right line inputs of the interface to the left and right tape output RCAs

      left and right line outputs of the interface to the left and right tape ins

      left and right control room outputs to your monitor speakers

      (turn the speakers OFF for tracking, on for mixdown)

      headphones to headphone jack (you can Y a few identical headphones for artists here)



      set CD/tape to mix OFF (switch up)

      set CD/tape to Ctrl room ON (switch down)

      turn FX to main to 0

      turn down all FX sends to 0



      For tracking, DO NOT turn on the tape to main mix button or you'll record the computers playback mixed with any new input.



      This setup works well for recording all inputs simultaneously - as you would do to record a group in a single pass or live.



      You need to set your DAW software's monitoring options appropriately or you'll simultaneously hear your live mix and the DAW output (which is going to sound weird and echoey).



      Alternately for tracking, it's sometimes convenient to be able to select a single recording output without repatching, so on my non FX 1202, I sometimes connect the FX output to an interface input instead of using the tape outputs. That way, only the channel(s) whose FX send is up is recorded (i.e. for an overdub), while all the rest of the channels can still be heard in the control room mix.



      I don't know if this will work on your FX version since I don't know if the FX output jack takes it's signal after the FX to main knob or not (my mixer has no FX to main knob - instead it's a master for the FX send. The manual for yours seems to indicate that you can still use the FX send output with the FX to main knob down so that no effects are in use.



      hope this gets you started - several other variations are useful depending on exactly what you are trying to record.



      M
      • April 14, 2015
    • NathanMorgan
      NathanMorgan

      Mario Vano;47013 wrote:

      I think he's got an interface and wants to know the best way to connect it.



      The answer depends on your needs Nathan!



      A good way to start is to hook up the



      left and right line inputs of the interface to the left and right tape output RCAs

      left and right line outputs of the interface to the left and right tape ins

      left and right control room outputs to your monitor speakers

      (turn the speakers OFF for tracking, on for mixdown)

      headphones to headphone jack (you can Y a few identical headphones for artists here)



      set CD/tape to mix OFF (switch up)

      set CD/tape to Ctrl room ON (switch down)

      turn FX to main to 0

      turn down all FX sends to 0



      For tracking, DO NOT turn on the tape to main mix button or you'll record the computers playback mixed with any new input.



      This setup works well for recording all inputs simultaneously - as you would do to record a group in a single pass or live.



      You need to set your DAW software's monitoring options appropriately or you'll simultaneously hear your live mix and the DAW output (which is going to sound weird and echoey).



      Alternately for tracking, it's sometimes convenient to be able to select a single recording output without repatching, so on my non FX 1202, I sometimes connect the FX output to an interface input instead of using the tape outputs. That way, only the channel(s) whose FX send is up is recorded (i.e. for an overdub), while all the rest of the channels can still be heard in the control room mix.



      I don't know if this will work on your FX version since I don't know if the FX output jack takes it's signal after the FX to main knob or not (my mixer has no FX to main knob - instead it's a master for the FX send. The manual for yours seems to indicate that you can still use the FX send output with the FX to main knob down so that no effects are in use.



      hope this gets you started - several other variations are useful depending on exactly what you are trying to record.



      M


      Thank you so much this helps me in a great way
      • April 16, 2015
    • NathanMorgan
      NathanMorgan Your advice Helped a great deal thank you!
      • April 16, 2015
    • NathanMorgan
      mitchoes

      Sir


      What kind of cords can one use in connecting a behringer 1202fx mixer board to a focusrite scarlet 6i6 2nd generation USB soundcard


      What kind of cords will one use specificly for this linking 


      Kindly help with pictures on the conection flow from microphone to mixer to scarlet 6i6 and then to computer and how control the situation to enable smooth recording in a studio

      • July 16, 2019
  • dsweeney_tch
    Triber Moderator
    2019-04-09

    GoXLR is an all-in-one audio interface for streamers, online broadcasters, and podcasters. While GoXLR works great, there are a few quick fixes to issues streamers sometimes have like a microphone not producing audio. We discuss the best troubleshooting tips to eliminate those simple issues.

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  • AkiemElisra
    Contributor - Level 2
    2014-01-07
    Hi,

    The script for Ableton seems to work quite well. The problem is if I reassign a rotary to another Ableton function the encoder sensitivity reverts. So now it takes 8 or so full turns to equal 1 in Ableton.

    Im sure someone knows how to fix this problem with a simple script.

    The other thing that would be helpful is if the state of assigned buttons could feedback to the CMD.

    There must be a simple solution for this?
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    • AkiemElisra
      JohnDiNicola Dear Akiem,

      Our CMD products have endless encoders which send a relative CC message, not absolute. Ableton wants to see an absolute message - definitive rotation. Relative knobs have a native rotation. This is the exact reason why Ableton Scripts are required. Because of this, you will not be able to map the encoder this way.
      • January 8, 2014
    • AkiemElisra
      AkiemElisra I was also informed by email I could purchase Max for Live.



      How about if Behringer release a simple script which would make the encoders 1 to 1 with Ableton?



      As it stands learning to code Python or purchase a $160 patch, neither makes any sense to fix this situation.
      • January 8, 2014
    • AkiemElisra
      AkiemElisra I purchased the CMD DC-1 to work as a 'drum machine' with Ableton. 4x4 drum pads, perfect. But the only script available makes it work as a clip launcher. If I wanted a clip launcher I would have purchased an LC-1 (which I may in the future).



      The only problem midi assigning to Ableton is the rotary encoders. Without these working properly I have no use for it. Apparently my only options are learning to write Python script myself or purchase Max for Live. If I were to purchase Max, the total cost for me would be about $120(dc1) + $160(max) = $280. For less than that price I could have easily purchased a different brand without this issue.



      At this point I could put the DC-1 on ebay, get maybe half back and put that toward another brand and still come out under $280 total cost.



      The clip launcher script works excellently it seems and using it, the encoders work exactly as expected with Ableton. I bet whoever wrote it could very easily write a simple script which make the encoders 1 to 1 with Ableton. Customers such as myself who purchased the DC-1 as a drum machine (perfectly reasonable) could use it the way it seems to be designed. I would not be surprised if all it really takes is copy + the right lines and could be done in minutes. It's one feature, and maybe some led feedback, it can't be that difficult or time consuming.



      Please consider supporting the DC-1 for Ableton as a drum machine like it was designed instead of a clip launcher.





      If my request for whatever reason can not be met, please inform me so I can decide what my next step will be. Thanks for considering.
      • January 10, 2014
    • AkiemElisra
      AkiemElisra I guess everyone is getting ready for NAMM.
      • January 17, 2014
    • AkiemElisra
      Paul_Vannatto Unfortunately that is probably the case, and I'm not much help with this.



      Paul
      • January 17, 2014
  • SteveClement
    Contributor - Level 2
    2015-04-11
    Hey guys, we are very keen on buying the XR18 and just have a few questions.
    1) Can we daisy chain two of them together to get 36 channels? (Self interest, asking because of the LAN connection or hub it through a router).
    2) Is there a way of running a two track from the iPad through the XR18 or do we have to set up a trigger system? If a trigger system is required what do people recommend?

    We run a few backing tracks and music before and after the events, mostly from iPad or phones. Every now and again we use a pc or Mac. If we are running the iPad for the mixer, could we trigger or select a track to play through the XR18 from the same application (XAir). Without going up to (on stage) the XR18 every five minutes.

    Thanks, I hope it makes sense?
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    • SteveClement
      Roblof 1) No not really. You could of course treat them as a submixer to the other but I'll think that this would be a stretch fir the x18 intended use.



      2) Hou can use an apple express and use airplay to play music from your ipad. However combining both your questions suggests that the x32-rack is the better choice for your application. It has an usb 2-track playback so you can put your music on an usb-stick and have it play. You also get 22 input channels and can add another set of channels using the s16 or another x32.



      In my country the price difference isn't that much between the x32-rack and xr18. The x32 can grow with its task, the xr18 not so much.
      • April 11, 2015
    • SteveClement
      AnthonieHunter I finaly bought the XR18 and came up with a (for me) perfect solution:

      I added a simple (99,- Euro) In ear set to transfer music to the XR18.

      The receiver I mounted permanently on the right rack wing (enough space in the rack cover).

      I soldered a small power supply on the inside of the beltpack, throught the rack wing in a power socket I mounted in the rack.

      The transmitter is in the back of the room, streaming music from the same laptop as I run the X Air software.



      Yesterday I did the first real live show on the XR18 with a band (bassguitar, drums, el. piano, el. guitar, 2 vocals).

      I am impressed with the XR18. Perfect sound, no hickups in WiFi, easy operation.

      And best of all: no more struggle with a snake ...

      The transfer of music for music before, between and after sets worked perfectly.

      Just be sure to set the channels correctly, if a bandmember uses any wireless.XR18AdeJ.jpg
      • April 11, 2015
    • SteveClement
      SteveClement Thanks Hunter, what a cool idea.
      • April 15, 2015
  • InactiveUser
    Contributor - Level 2
    2012-07-15
    Hi there
    I'm wondering about your new line array speakers and has any thought been given to which are the best matching power amplifiers for the various boxes?
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      JamesBurns Hi Paul, thanks for joining the forum. I currently don't have all the specs available, but I'll check in on this, and hopefully follow up with you when I return to the office on Monday. Take care!
      • July 15, 2012
    • InactiveUser
      JamesBurns Hi Paul,



      Was there any particular configuration of Line Array speakers that you were interested in? The specs suggest that the NU6000 would be an ideal choice to power two ELX215S speakers, while the NU3000 would be well suited to power a pair of ELX212S speakers. There are a lot of options with regards to whether you want the ELX42 or ELX82 speakers on top, and how many of each you want. Each configuration will have unique power needs.



      Best,

      James.
      • July 17, 2012
    • InactiveUser
      InactiveUser Hello @ Behringer,



      When will the Line array be available?



      Best regards, Henk
      • July 19, 2012
    • InactiveUser
      JamesBurns Hello Henk!



      Welcome to the forum, and thank you for the question. As of right now, the ELX series is scheduled to start shipping at the end of Summer.



      best,

      James.
      • July 19, 2012
    • InactiveUser
      InactiveUser

      James Burns wrote:

      Hello Henk!



      Welcome to the forum, and thank you for the question. As of right now, the ELX series is scheduled to start shipping at the end of Summer.



      best,

      James.




      Thnx James, great to hear !



      Best regards, Henk
      • July 20, 2012
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