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    Goetz
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-01-24

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    ToddMarshall
    Contributor - Level 1
    2022-01-24

    My XENYX 1204USB seems to be develping a problem with it's USB facility. I'm able to transmit audio "from" the W10 computer to the mixer via USB. But I'm not able to transmit audio from the mixer "to" the computer via USB.

    I see on the internet that some sites have schematics to sell. Therefore, the manufacturer would surely sell me one too, right?

    Please direct me where I go to buy this schematic from Behringer...and the price.

    Thanks...

    Todd Marshall
    Plantersville, TX

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    • ToddMarshall
      Nigel67 Hi Todd. I am unsure how these sites have procured schematics for Behringer products as we are not permitted to distribute them. The only external companies that have access to them are our partners and repair centres and they do not have permission to sell them. I am sorry that I am unable to help you.
      • Mon at 10:37 PM
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    Robbo444
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-01-24

    Good day to you all.

     

    I work as a sound engineer for a band and we have recently started using an M32 for FOH and linking it to an M32c /DL32 onstage for them to handle all their Monitors with their own ipads. this gives us total independance of the eq and compression for each channel between FOH and Stage duties.

    For ease of their rehearslas where they do not need the FOH setup we have made the M32C be the controller of the Head amps.

    So the DL32 links to their M32C AES PortA to Port A ... from the Port B of M32 C we link theat (At Gigs) to the AESPort A on the FOH desk.

     

    The probalem I am getting is sending anything back to the stage via the AES cable ...Generally I want to send Main L and R plus a talkback and one Mono Sound Effects channel for intro playback and cues throughout the gig... so far I have always had to do this with XLR Analogue returns which can be difficult as some gigs we do now only have AES calbing installed so tradtional multicores have disappeared.

     

    Is there a sure fire way of doing this via the AES Ports...? DO I need to wire it all differently? or can it be done with cafeful advised software routing. I have looked online for this scenario and watche countless youtube videos but I am not getting any closer to discovering how to do this.

     

    The band use 28 channels onstage for their setup so there are 4 spare channels but not a block of 8 channels I can dedicate for return paths and that is probebly where I am getting lost... We have both M32 and M32C on same firmare 4.06

     

    Thanks in advance for any help

     

    Rob Aubrey

     

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    • Robbo444
      Nigel67 Hi Robbo444. The AES50 cable that you are plugging between Port B of your M32C and Port A of your M32 can carry 48 channels of audio bi-directionally, so in theory you can send 48 channels of whatever audio you want back to the M32C. It has no bearing at all on the audio being sent from the M32C to the M32. Its all in the routing table where you set this up. I am guessing, that as you are already using analogue sends to the M32C, you already have these set up as 4 x Bus Outputs in your 'Out 1-16' routing tab. At the moment you then have these routed to the XLR outputs on the rear of the M32 in the 'XLR' tab. To send these signals back to the the M32C, you need to assign them in the AES50 routing tab. You can only assign in blocks of 8, but it doesn't matter if you do not have anything assigned to Out 5-8. You haven't mentioned which 4 Outs you are using for the audio you want to send back to the M32C so I will presume you have set them up as Outs 1-4. So, go into the AES50 routing tab, select the AES50-A 1-8 column and assign Out 1-8 to it. You now have your 4 outputs being sent to the M32C on the first 4 channels. The more technical routing has to be done at the M32C because as you say, you can only patch in blocks of 8 and you need to take input channels 25-28 from the DL32 on AES50-A and 29-32 from the first 4 channels coming in via AES50-B. This is where you would use User In routing. So if you go to the User In routing tab and you will need to set up User In 25-32. For User In 25-28 select AES50 A 25-28. For User In 29-32 select AES50 B 1-4 (your 4 audio signals from the M32 are no routed to inputs 29-32 on the M32C). Finally, go into your Inputs tab on the M32C and assign User In 25-32 to Input Channels 25-32. I hope this makes sense. It is very difficult trying to give information where I cannot include pictures/diagrams. If you are unable to decipher what I have written, let me know and I can open a case and send you an e-mail with pictures. If your 4 busses are not on 1-4 but spread out across all 16 outputs, then you assign all 16 busses to the AES50A and then pick up those busses in the User In tab in the same manner that you assigned above. They do not have to be in a block, you can pick any of the AES50 B signals. All the best
      • Mon at 11:25 PM
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    pickydenzel1990
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-01-24

    Kudos for PaperCheap. This is a cool service to write my essay. They don’t charge a lot for their assistance! Their prices are pocket-friendly and, by the way, they always provide discounts to their clients.

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    2022-01-24
    An inspired design from a highly popular spring-mount studio microphone used during 1930s. This professional-quality condenser microphone is ultra-low noise design – an excellent choice for any live streaming or podcasting scenario
     
    List Price: $119.00 (in stock and immediately shipping from our factory)
     
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    teesuriya
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-01-24

    I use 3 sets of UM2.

    Just for the making my recording voice get louder.

    The recording has nothing to do with my computer or any sound software.

    So I connect UM2 to my computer just for power supply. 


    My problem is ...
    it has static loud white nose all the time, when i connet UM2 with some of my computers.



    So Can I use another power adapter instead of connecting to my computer?

    Thank you.

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    • teesuriya
      Nigel67 Hi teesuriya. You do not need the computer to power your UM2. You can use the same type of USB plug that you charge your mobile phone with. It is the same 5V. I have even powered my UMC202HD from one of those phone back up battery packs without issue. Obviously you then have to be aware how long it will power the unit for as the last thing you would want is for the battery to go flat halfway through your performance. Hope this answers your question.
      • Wed at 12:46 AM
    • teesuriya
      teesuriya

      Thank you. Nigel67

      Actually I tried with my samsung charger but i didn't see any sign of power on before I gave up.

      I'll try it agian with another charger.

      Have a nice day .

      • Wed at 9:16 AM
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    jsmusic61
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-01-23

    I cant seem to get Xtouch 1 to work with calkwalk. Im on Macki control. All preferences are set in calkwalk. Firmware is 1.08. please advise..

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    Jeffro09
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-01-23

    Does anyone know how these two units compare? I know the rev2496 is discontinued, but any comparison information between the two would be greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance!

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    JeffSepeta
    Contributor - Level 2
    2022-01-23

    The MIDI 2.0 spec has finally been approved, so I'm encouraging all the vendors of the hardware and software I use to consider adding MIDI 2.0 support this year. It's backwards-compatible with the existing MIDI spec for note-on, note-off, and SysEx, but it adds support for many more values than 0-127 so we can finally have standard MIDI control for smooth faders and knobs. As several of my Behringer synthesizers support flash ROM updates, I'm hoping this is something we can see happen in 2022. There's 6 months until summer NAMM - let's get on it!

    https://www.midi.org/specifications/midi-2-0-specifications

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    tutenchamun
    Contributor - Level 2
    2022-01-23

    I want to configure a looper device as part of my home studio setup.

     

    Ch1-8 has 4 stereo synths

    Out 7-8 is MainLR

    MxBus 5-6 holds a set if monitors

     

     

    Now for the looper (Digitech) and what i tried so far:

    I insert the Looper Stereo Out into X32 via Ch9/10

    X32 AUX/OUT 1-2 goes to the Looper

     

    X32 config

    MixBus1-2 is AUX 1-2 (into Looper)

    MixBus1-2 recieves Ch1-8 (keyboards)

    MixBus5-6 recieves Ch9-10

     

     

    It dies sorta work, but the MainOut and monitors

    recive Audio from Ch1-8 as well as from the Looper

    So anstime I want to use the looper, I would needcto manually mute all Keyboards from the Mains.

     

     

    I think I am not doibg it the right way.

    Isthere  a better option to achieve all this ?

     

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    • tutenchamun
      Paul_Vannatto Unfortunately, your setup description is a bit unclear. I would suggest that you export your scene to a file (using either the Utility button, to a USB stick, or using X32-Edit), upload the file to the cloud (eg. Google Drive, Dropbox, etc.) and provide the shareable link in your next post. That way we can have a look and better advise.
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    • tutenchamun
      tutenchamun

      one more thing in the meantime, … how can I remove a MixBus from sending to the Main-Mix ?

      • Mon at 4:09 AM
    • tutenchamun
      Paul_Vannatto Select the mixbus, then the Main tab and disable the LR
      • Mon at 6:56 AM
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