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    7876167093 Juan R. Santana

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    • Jtrompeta1
      DavidKnighton Hello Juan,
      If you are looking for warranty support, you must use the SUPPORT tab at the top of this page. Scroll down on the support page and click on SERVICE REQUEST to begin a claim.
      • January 12, 2021
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    Hello! Yesterday I got my new Deepmind 12, it sounds really great! But I found issues in some of the keys, most of them, black keys. With presets that use note velocity, they sound way louder than the rest. To make sure it was a keyboard problem, I recorded all the midi notes in my daw, you can see in the photo. I tried to play all the notes as even as possible. Does anyone have this problem, were you able to fix it?  

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  • New
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    Hello community,

    I hope there is some sound engineer here. I wondered whether it is technically possible to build an external USB sound card with volume control and USB and plug connections for headsets, headphones and microphones similar to the attached image(s) (but in Behringer quality ;-) like the UCA222), but with integrated sudden sound peak (high frequency) suppression or attenuation like what Sound Lock ( does. Although Sound Lock works fine under normal circumstances its reaction time to sudden noise peaks (like with feedback) is about 4 seconds, which is far too high. The solution on the sound card could be either software on a chip (+ battery and USB feed?) or a hardware solution. FIY, in case you wonder: this is not the same as active noise cancellation (ANC).

    Addition: After some further surfing on the Behringer and musictribe websites, I see that feedback suppression withe a reaction time of 0.2 seconds is possible with a Behringer algorithm (FEEDBACK DESTROYER FBQ1000). So the question is: is this possible on a small device as described above. 


    Kind regards, keep safe and have the best day ever, every day. 

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  • Lab Gruppen
    Triber Moderator

    Meet our triber Erik Nilsson, who has been working as software developer since he joined us in 2017. He is a part of our team that develop controller software for #LabGruppen #amplifiers. This includes our industry-leading lake Controller software, which is used for touring applications for some of the biggest events around the globe. Erik loves his job because it is challenging yet creative, a perfect match for his interest in music, programming and #technology.

    Like the rest of our tribers, Erik is dedicated to developing the features our #customers want.  

    I've worked in many places during my career, but I think the focus and commitment here is something special.’ Says Erik.

    Erik has been invited backstage as a VIP at recent shows and concerts that run our #software and has already made some fantastic memories. An interesting fact about him is that he plays guitar and piano and used to sing in a vocal group. Erik enjoys listening to #music and learning new things while working in a fast-paced programming environment!

    We are happy that Erik commented he enjoys working at Music Tribe Brands Sweden AB!

    #Meettheteam #musictribe #lakeprocessing #innovation #development #amplification #proaudio #prosound #colleagues #touring #concerts #poweramplifier #lakecontroller #soundsystem #joinus #remoteworking

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  • RodrigoTryon
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    Boa tarde meu nome é Rodrigo Garcia dos Santos falo do Brasil e sou proprietário de em pedal tc delay flashcack, e tenho muita satisfação de ter adquirido, pois pra mim ele é o melhor pedal de delay que ja tive, mais infelizmente ele apresentou um defeito, ele estava funcionando normalmente e acendeu nele uma luz amarela e não liga mais, fiquei muito triste por não ter mais ele no meu set de pedais, gostaria de saber de vcs a possibilidade de concerto com vocês, pois aqui em minha cidade não obtive sucesso.

    Obrigado pela atenção.
    Rodrigo Garcia dos Santos
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  • Lolijnik
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    Volume & selector knobs not working... the selection knob is smooth with no clicks meaning that it cannot change anything. Pretty much usless. How can i fix it?
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    • Lolijnik
      AlexLane Hi there, could you please use the support button at the top of the page to contact our service department for repair? Thanks!
      • July 16, 2020
  • Sulhan
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    Like this.Can you help me?Can you help me?

    I am in Indonesia

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    • Sulhan

      Hi @Sulhan ,


      Please contact our parts team using the support tab at the top of this page, might be a bit of a delay getting to you due to the current pandemic situation but they will be able to help.



      • May 27, 2020
    • Sulhan

      What happened to yours?

      Does this have an internal fuse?

      What pins are open?

      • June 9, 2020
  • Isicaballero
    Contributor - Level 1


    Hola que tal, ando buscando este transformador teroidal para mi compresor de audio behringer multicom pro-xl

    Modelo MDX4600


    ESPERO SUS RESPUESTAS SALUDOS20200520_201108.jpg


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  • gauer
    Contributor - Level 2

    Hi there guys, don´t know if this is the right place to post this, if not, I ask please the moderators to forward to the right whoever it may concern.

    I have this almost finished project here I started a couple of years ago, it never say the light of day. But I still have the diptrace files of the project saved here. Since Behringer started making eurorack modules, I figured I  could give this to you guys to have a look. Please forward this to Uli and his synth engineering team.

    The module is a Juno 106 clone with some extras. If you are gonna use it´s internal LFO then there is a switch for two speed settings and you can adjust the rate of the LFO speed using the "rate" knob. There is also a switch for polarity.

    You can turn off the internal LFO by patching signals to the L and R mod inputs (so you can use external signals to modulate the BBD). The MIX is a dry/wet knob, and the L and R "depth" are attenuators for the modulation inputs.

    L out is the I chorus mode
    R out is the II chorus mode
    L + R are the I+II chorus mode

    The files for the PCB (diptrace format) are attached to this post.


    Best regards

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    • gauer

      So I could not find an option to edit my post, so here is some extra info:

      The internal LFO has a switch "Pre - Rate"

      When is set to Pre, then the LFO speed for mode I and II are the original ones (factory schematics from Roland).

      When set to Rate, then you can adjust the speed of the internal LFO using the rate knob, and there is a switch "Fast/Slow" for two modes of the internal LFO.

      • January 21, 2020
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