• 2020-09-25

    I have a Pro 2/DL231 issue.

    The system setup is: FoH Pro2 and a monitor Pro 2. The FoH P2 is connected to the AES50 A X port and the Monitor board is connected via the AES50 B X port.

    The Problem: I just did a firmware update on the entire system and it all updated without a problem. However, the monitor board is having issues with the DLs. Please see the attached picture.  It is still passing audio even with this issue but the red status light is keeping me up at night knowing this system has to be used in two days...  

    Maybe the firmware changed some DL Settings? 


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  • 2020-09-19
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    • Jesús  Isaias
      Gary Higgins I assume you want suggestions to resolve this? I would download the latest M32 firmware file again, extract it. Delete the present version from your usb stick and copy the newly extracted firmware file on to the usb drive. Try to load it again. Your current file might be corrupted. Also try a different usb drive if that fails.
      • Sep 20
  • 2020-04-27

    20200425_153809.jpgCH17-32 mapped to A01-A16CH17-32 mapped to A01-A16Ch1-16 mapped to A17-A32Ch1-16 mapped to A17-A32


    Good evening, We recently expanded our stage inputs by adding a 2nd DL16 so we now have two DL16s daisychained to the M32. When we were using just one DL16, its stage inputs were identified on the M32 as A17-32, however after adding the new DL16 to the end of the chain the inputs from the first box were shifted up to A1-16 and the new box is now assigned A17-32 (see pics). Is there a way through routing perhaps to have the original box appear as A17-32 and the new box to appear as A1-16? I looked into switching the routing by switching Inputs 1-16 to AES50 A1-16 and Inputs 17-32 to AES50 A17-32 on the Home screen (see pic) but managed to generate some major low frequency feedback (muted the main fader afterwards ), however the Inputs were no longer numbered sequentially as they are in the attached pics, which resulted in all inputs just displaying the letter A instead (which seems right to me). But after hearing the feedback I decided against testing it as I was there by myself so wanted to confirm that I was doing this the right way before locking down the configuration and blowing up our monitors. Thoughts?

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    • Bill Fleming
      Dave Morrison

      @BillFleming wrote:

      But after hearing the feedback I decided against testing it as I was there by myself so wanted to confirm that I was doing this the right way before locking down the configuration and blowing up our monitors. Thoughts?

      Check the new system at 1/10 of the performance volume?

      The A in the scribble strip refers to the AES50-A bus and the number is the channel number. If you want the original box to be A17-A32, then it needs to be second (after the new DL16). Old DL16 [A] --> [B] new DL16 [A] --> M32. The first DL16 in the chain is 1-16; the second, 17-32; the third 33-48.

      That will put the numbers in the right order, but doesn't explain how they were A17-32 in the first place. Did you replace a different box with the new one?

      If you want us to take a look at the your scene to look for feedback possibilities, you can upload your current scene. Also tell us which DL16 your monitors are connected to and it's switch position.

      Here are (older) instructions for saving/uploading a scene. https://behringerwiki.musictribe.com/index.php?title=Uploading_files_to_the_forum
      Upload by Choose File at the bottom of the window.

      • Apr 27
    • Bill Fleming
      Gary Higgins


      In addition, double check the mode each one is set for. The first one should be in in mode 1 (no led's lit). The second one should be mode 2 (+8 led lit). This would be pertaining to outputs but that could be where the feedback problem was coming from based on where the xlr's outs were then connected. Setting them to the modes above would make by default, out 1-8 assignments come from  #1 and out 9-16 from #2. You can change that in your aes50 output routing if you want.


      Inputs if daisy chained as @DaveMorrison said, should be seen at the M32 by whichever DL is physically connected first to it, first would be seen as aes50 a 1-16, second would be aes50a 17-32. You can then of course rout those inputs into whatever input bank desired, so aes50 1-16 could be routed to mixer ch 17-32.

      • Apr 27
    • Bill Fleming
      Dave Morrison


      The letter C is fot the Card (probably USB in your case).

      You can't change the number as it's simply the AES50 channel, but thats really not important. It's just an indicator of what source it comes from (and you can remap them per channels). If you really want A17 to be on channel 1, then make sure that box is second in the chain. On the Routing : Input page, Select AES50-A 17-24 to be bank one and AES50-A 25-32 to be bank two. It's just like you had in you pictures.

      • Apr 28
    • Bill Fleming
      Bill Fleming

      OK, still a little confused so I'll cut to the chase. Ultimately I want the first box connected to the M32 to be mapped to Inputs A17-A32 and the 2nd box connected to the first box to be mapped to inputs A01-16. You said "You can then of course rout those inputs into whatever input bank desired, so aes50 1-16 could be routed to mixer ch 17-32." which I take to mean that rerouting the way I was going about probably was working, the feedback most likely occurred because I had the mains up too high.


      In the meantime I found this pick online which illustrates what I was trying to say originally in that after rerouting the Inputs on the Home menu produces just a letter instead of the Input number - letter C in this pic and in my case the letter A. I take it that I'm going about this the right way, if not let me know if and where I messed up.








      • Apr 28
  • xrrapp.pngxrrtxt.pngCIDG.pngXlive2.0.jpg
    2.0 released!
    The two applications providing automation for X32 or M32 desks can now also be used for organizing your work files, your mix files for theater or musical performances by using X32 or M32 cues and their text/name as a help to sort or recognize them. Additionally, utilities are added to generate the list of cues to use/load to the desk, and to edit event files generated by the two applications.
    All available under the "Products" section of https://x32ram.com
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  • Does this sound familiar? Remember X32ReaperAutoMate? This is the same... with a twist. Same functionalities, including loop control for X-Live and external device support (such as external jog/shuttle/buttons USB devices) Soon available at www.x32ram.comX32LiveAutoMate.jpg

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    • Patrick Gilles Maillot
      Patrick Gilles Maillot Just release the following video: https://youtu.be/xG_onRMkZPk It shows mixing using X32XLiveAutoMate. The resulting automation files will be used by a pro audio engineer in Taiwan to mix, using REAPER this time. The goal is to show compatibility between the X-Live and Reaper versions of the program. Go to https//x32ram.com for X32ReaperAutomat and soon to be released X32XLiveAutoMate
      • November 30, 2019
    • Patrick Gilles Maillot
      Patrick Gilles Maillot Here's the reply from my friend MJ in Taiwan, whom I sent my files to; He was kind enough to send me a small video of his test of the X32XLiveAutoMate Mix files being used with X32ReaperAutoMate, enabling additions or corrections to the Mix made with one platform with the other. Great flexibility. https://youtu.be/lHLDlLrcDKQ
      • December 4, 2019
    • Patrick Gilles Maillot
      Patrick Gilles Maillot News: X32ReaperAutoMate, X32X-LiveAutoMate: Two very powerful automation packages for the X32 or M32 now available at https://X32ram.com, as separate packages or as a bundle with a special deal valid until Dec. 31st! -Patrick
      • December 7, 2019
    • Patrick Gilles Maillot
      Patrick Gilles Maillot X-Live can play loops!!! Watch X32XLiveAutoMate playing X-Live Loops (audio as well as automation): https://youtu.be/TTfEFHptKrU
      • December 8, 2019
  • 2019-11-18

    Ca someone tell me how to order replacement screws for for attachment of the plastic side panels to the chassis of the M32R?  I think they are T15 torx.  One appears to be about 17mm from head to toe, and the other about 12mm.





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    • Mike Drennan
      Lucas Lettmann

      i think the easiest and cheapest way would be to go to your local screw/metal dealer and purchase some of these (only cent per piece in packs of 1000)

      • November 23, 2019
  • 2019-11-11

    Hi everyone,

    I hope this video helps to explain my problem, struggling to find the right words in english




    got a MIdas MR18, I'm trying to use it in Ableton via TouchOSC, to control faders and mute buttons

    Now I'm on a Mac and I tried Osculator, I got everything to work except, for the life of me, I can't get any of my movements from ableton or the mixer to reflect on the TouchOSC.

    Ableton talks fine to the mixer, I just can’t figure out how to send it out to the iPad’s TouchOSC. ,

    My knowledge is limited on OSC and I can’t figure it out (I’m pretty good with technology in general).

    I made a map to kinda show my problem:  


    Screen Shot 2019-11-11 at 3.48.22 PM.pngScreen Shot 2019-11-11 at 7.04.25 PM.pngScreen Shot 2019-11-11 at 7.04.34 PM.png

    I need help. LOL


    Sorry for the poor English as I am French speaking in Montreal Canada,


    Thank you for taking the time to read this very long message!

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    • RayMontreal
      Ken Mitchell

      Hi @RayMontreal , 


      Looks like a fun project.  I love the graphic with the orange arrow and the matching orange text explaining the problem.  Well done.   However, I suspect the problem is actually above it with the connection between the mixer and Osculator.   In order to get feedback back from the MR18, Osculator has to listen for those messages as well as periodically re-subscribe to updates.   A couple of years ago a developed a utility called XAirRemote to serve as a bridge between OSC clients (TouchOSC, Lemur, etc) and the XAir/MAir mixers.  I hadn't thought about it but Osculator should be able to be used as a client as well.  


      Here's a link to the utility: https://sites.google.com/site/xairutilities/XAirRemote-1_2-OSX.zip?attredirects=0&d=1


      In your setup, you'll want to set it up between Osculator and the MR18. 


      Let me know what questions you have about the setup. 



      • November 11, 2019
    • RayMontreal

      Well, first of all a very big thank you for replying to my message!

      The MR18 is currently being kept alive with an OSC Message (/xremote) tied to the Beat, so as long as Ableton is playing, the MR18 is alive and also in Ableton, if I move a fader, it does reflect it on the MR-18,

      so that part works! it's just not also being sent to the iPad...

      I want to duplicate the backmapping in Osculator so that it sends it also to the iPad, I just don't know how to get Osculator "talking" to MR-18 AND iPad at the same time. that Ð (and L and 1-16 in Osculator) is super confusing to me and I don't know how to deal with it.

      Having Osculator in there is already a big move for me as I prefer having a very bare minimum of apps open during shows...

      will definitely try your app, thank you!

      but if it's job is to keep MR18 awake, I am already doing that in Osculator and that is working.





      • November 11, 2019
    • RayMontreal

      my ini file looks like this:

      1 0 0 1 0
      1 16 17 17 18 21 40 45 46 49 51 54 0

      but the MR18 listens to 10024 not 10023 like the XR18, so I think it might be the reason I'm getting a tail like;


      OSC Controller at IP <>, receives on port <8000>, sends to port <8000>

        Listening for OSC Controller on <>:<8000>

        Flags: verbose: 1, delay: 0ms, Transport: 0, Master: 1, Sync: 0

        Map (min/max): Ch 1/16, Aux 17/17, FxR 18/21, Bus 40/45, FxS 46/49, DCA 51/54, Bus Offset 0



        Start of Log data:


      ->X,    8 B: /info~~~

      XAirConnect: Error sending data to XAir




      • November 11, 2019
    • RayMontreal
      Ken Mitchell

      Hi Ray, 


      The XR18 also uses 10024. 10023 is what the X32 uses. 


      Remove the "<" and ">" from the IP addresses and ports in your ini file.  


      You've also got <> which I suspect should be



      • November 11, 2019
    • RayMontreal

      correctly writing my ini file made your app work,

      your app now logs correctly but I dont know what that brings to the table,

      in the tail I see both ipad and mr18 messages show up in the log

      but when I start osculator, it says port 8000 already being used error.


      I will NOT give up, my brain is struggling, but there has got to be a way to make all this work! haha

      • November 11, 2019
  • 2019-10-28

    Hola buenas tardes quisiera que me ayudaran a recomendar una pagina web donde pueda encontrar un repuesto para MIDAS M32 el numero de parte es P0B31 o con quien me podria contactar para la compra


    Hello, good afternoon, I would like you to help me recommend a website where I can find a spare part for MIDAS M32, the part number is P0B31 or with whom you could contact me for the purchaseREPUESTO MIDAS M32.jpegWhatsApp Image 2019-10-16 at 10.57.41 AM(1).jpegWhatsApp Image 2019-10-16 at 10.57.41 AM(2).jpegWhatsApp Image 2019-10-16 at 10.57.41 AM.jpeg

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  • 2019-07-23

    when trying to update pro2. this error appears. Which may be? error #52 - Failed security check ... thanksWhatsApp Image 2019-07-22 at 13.21.02.jpeg

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    • Nelson Vega
      Chase Mcknight

      Hi @NelsonVega 

      Typically this is due to a corrupt firmware, likely it just downloaded incorrectly. Try downloading the update file again from the website and if you can connect to the internet via landline, even better. 

      Re-format your USB drive (FAT or FAT32) and create a folder '  DL2Upgrades ' - then place the unzipped .tar file in the folder and try upgrading the console firmware again. 

      Let me know if you have any other issues.

      • July 25, 2019
  • 2019-05-29

    Is the Heritage-D a real thing?



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