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  • WiccedJack
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-03-01

    what's the best settings for the behringer Xenyx q502 usb with phantom? I'm using the behringer c-1 mic

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    • WiccedJack
      RexBeckett

      @WiccedJack 


      Hello Philip, welcome to the community.


       


      The best settings will depend on what you want to achieve. To start, I would set the Main Mix control to 0, set channel 1 Pan to centre. Adjust channel 1 Gain so that normal speech causes the green LR 0 LEDs to flash. Then turn the Phones control up so you can hear yourself in the headphones. Adjust channel 1 High and Low EQ to get the sound that you like.


       


      There is a problem, though. The Q502USB phantom power is 15 Volts but the C-1 requires 36-52 Volts (nominally 48V). If you want to use the C-1 with the Q502USB, you will need to add an external phantom supply like this. 

      • February 29, 2020
  • Ersatzsignal
    Contributor - Level 2
    2020-02-29

    Hello together

    What function can I do with the CH key? (On the 13-Note Keyboard is it key F#)

     

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    Sorry for this question, but unfortunately nothing was found in the operating instructions.

    Thanks!

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  • solomusiker2002
    Contributor - Level 2
    2020-02-24

    I use an x 32 Rack and then I have an external Bricasti m7 reverb that I use for my vocals.
    I have little doubt if I have connected this Bricasti right, there is nice sound through and everything works as it should, but my doubt is whether to set the mixbus to 2 channels and pan out these two channels left and right or just run it with 1 channel and no panning.

    I connected to aux out on x32 from Bricasti input left and right
    and to aux in on x32 from Bricasti output left and right.
    Audio routing on Bricasti is set to stereo, but you can easily set this to Left or right, and then only put cable in either left and right in put on Bricasti, but still with stereo output signal for X32.

    I'm very doubtful since vocals are a mono signal, but Bricasti is a stereo reverb ..

    I have seen this link with the connection

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xO1087ifsQM


    and read your description in the manual

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    The pictures below shows how I'm connecting right now with stereo feed from mu Bricasti M7.

    D:fact on channel 2 is my main microphone.
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    • solomusiker2002
      szabee94

      If you use this reverb only on vocals, which are a mono source then you don't need a stereo bus in the first place! Go with one bus in that case. Otherwise link a two buses together (the mixer will automatically adjust their pan). To answer your question, I don't think panning would make a difference in your case.

      • February 24, 2020
  • striple66
    Contributor - Level 3
    2020-02-16

    Hi, I am new to X32 and X32 Edit - that's why I tried to read and watch a lot about all topics around this fantastic console. However, I am a little confused about the different "looks" of the X32 Edit software displayed in some videos on YouTube (image1). The current download for the X 32 Edit software from Behringers homepage shows version 4.1 as the most current version (image2). But this version looks so much "worse" the the other version (image1) I found on YouTube. 

    Can you help me which version I should use? Is it even possible to get the "YouTube" version anymore?image1(YouTube version of X-Edit32)image1(YouTube version of X-Edit32)image2(Behringer download)image2(Behringer download)

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    • striple66
      RexBeckett

      @striple66 


      X32 Edit V4.1 is the most recent version and should be used with console firmware V4.xx. There were some very old versions of X32 Edit that were layed out in a similar way to the console but they would not be suitable for use with recent console firmware versions. Some early videos show the obsolete software. 


       


      While the current software may not resemble the layout of the console, it still supports all the functions. It does not take very long to understand and appreciate the new layout.

      • February 16, 2020
  • capitalvice
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-02-03

    Hello guys,

    I put some work into a RD-78 concept design that took me some days. I never owned the original one so there could be some flaws. I hope yall like it and it will reach Behringer.

    I'm also down for some feedback!

    Regards,

    capitalvice 

    PS: Behringer, if you want this as PDF and/or the 3D model, hit me up!  @UliBehringer 

     

    EDIT: Just realized I missed some instrument volume knobs... Theres some space left in the middle area. Maybe you could add some more there.

     

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  • josoal
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-02-03

    Hi.
    It would be very useful to have an input signal indicator in the routing section and in the source selection.
    Greetings.

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    • josoal
      Paul_Vannatto


      @josoal wrote:


      Hi.
      It would be very useful to have an input signal indicator in the routing section and in the source selection.





      Each input in the Routing section has a VU meter. The correct workflow in the Wing is to first establish the inputs there (labeling them, etc.). Then when you go to assign these inputs to the desired channel strip, it is easy to choose the correct inputs.


       

      • February 2, 2020
  • Synthistory
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-02-02

    So, my thought was that if you are going to clone a CR-78, you need to keep in that what made the instrument what it is. Keep the quirky pattern presets in one pattern bank, but double the functionality by making it a step sequencer. Add 3 more pattern banks with 16xA+B custom presets each. Lose the voice-canceling buttons, but put in a dedicated level slider per voice. Please keep the fade & autofill! Put in a tune and a decay knob, which works their magic on the selected instrument. So you can change the parameters of each instrument one by one. Metal case with wooden panels wood be nice but a cheaper plastic case would work just as good for me.

    Please, let me know what you think of this concept BEHRINGER 78-V.png

     

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  • Freeediee
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-01-26

    It says nowhere what this is for on the back of the unit. Can somebody explain what it is.

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    • Freeediee
      GaryHiggins

      @Freeediee Hard to see it all but my guess is a strain relief for a power adapter cord?

      • January 26, 2020
    • Freeediee
      Freeediee

      Thought about that. It could be. So that it doesn't unplug if you move it accidentally?


      thanks for the answer. 

      • January 26, 2020
  • sanric
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-01-24

    Hi everybody,
    Behringer's DeepMind is a wonderful synth, truly incredible with a very affordable price.
    But it has just one simple flaw: you cannot change the destination of the SysEx files.

    Let's explain better: if you download a wonderful patch made by one of those incredible synth maniacs outside there on the Internet you'll be forced to install it on the BANK and NUMBER (the position) which the author decided. If a moving pad has been worked on position A-1, just to make an example, you'll have to overwrite the A-1 position on your synth but it's a pity you'll have to remove that wonderful lead patch you have right there, isn't it?
    DeepChanger will fix this problem, just follow the user interface: load a patch, set a new patch file to be created, decide the new bank and number, press Return and... voilà, a new patch file with the exact specifications of the previous one except for the destination.
    If you want you can also change the default location of an entire bank, maybe one of those wonderful ones you can buy online. The procedure is identical.

    The programs works on Windows (from Win7) and MacOSX (from 10.7.5 Lion and above) and Linux: it's a 32 bit application because it's pretty useless to make a 64bit one in this case.
    If you want to make a donation (it doesn't hurt so much, you know...) you can send a little money clicking here but you'll always be able to download it for FREE.

    You can download the executable on this page.

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    • sanric
      calli

      I don't own a DM but I still like to thank you!


      Thats so nice to enhance a companies product and give it away for free.


      THANKS!

      • January 26, 2020
    • sanric
      TC-Mike

      Kudos from the Tc people too.  .thanks for sharing!

      • January 26, 2020
    • sanric
      BerndLindner

      Thank you very much!

      • February 26, 2020
  • UMC404HDuser
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-01-22

    Hi. I have a question about the USB cable of the UMC404HD interface. I posted it on the support section, but it seems it won't get answered soon, so here I am. The things is the original cable of my interface broke, so I tried to connect with other generic cables that had the same type of connection (like printer USB cables), but Windows did not recognize the interface with any of them; It showed me the unknown device error. I have no idea of fixing cables, but I have been able to join the broken one again, but of course I need a new one. What specification must the new cable have for my interface to be recognized by Windows? Or, where can I get the original replacement? Should I take into account those letters and numbers printed on the cable? Thank you in advance for your response. Greetings from Colombia.


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    • UMC404HDuser
      KenMitchell

      Hi Artkev ( @UMC404HDuser ), 


       


      Welcome to the community.  Any high-quality USB 2.0 cable should work fine.  I happen to like Belkin.  It sounds like you may not be using a high-speed rated or a high-quality replacement cable. 


       


      Hope this helps, 


      Ken

      • January 22, 2020
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