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  • New
    Behringer
    Triber Moderator
    2021-09-09
    MIX-SEQUENCER MODULE 1050
    bit.ly/BE-MIX-SEQUENCER-MODULE-1050

    Learn More: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mnSeg_bVj40 
     
    An authentic reproduction of the original “System 2500” circuitry from the ‘70s that can fit in a standard Eurorack case. The MIX-SEQUENCER MODULE 1050 allows you to rapidly select waveforms and signals via a conventional mixer format. Controlling and altering a sequence on the fly has never been so easy!
     
    List Price: $149 (in stock and immediately shipping from our factory)

    #Behringer #MIXSEQUENCERMODULE1050 #SynthesizersAndKeyboards #Eurorack #2500Series
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    masi
    Contributor - Level 3
    2021-08-15

    My screen is 5120x1440 so the sequencer (of the TD-3) taking up the whole screen is annoying. See attached screenshot to see how ridiculuos this is.

    Please allow me to use a normal window size. Thank you.

     

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    • masi
      PedroRodrigues Hi masi have you tried to press the key, which resembles the Windows logo, this will force the desktop's taskbar to display at the bottom of the screen. You can then click the full-screen program's icon to minimize it, or you can press the "Show Desktop" bar in the far-right corner of the taskbar. I hope this helps. Thank you
      • Aug 17
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    NickNunez
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-07-30

    Hi all,

    Revently purchased a td3 and when connecting it to my Apollo 8 interface and connecting it to ableton through external instrument no audio comes out but the midi information is played which I can hear through the headphones out port. 

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    • NickNunez
      PedroRodrigues Hi NickNunez, please confirm that you have configure the unit with Ableton as followed:

      In a new Live Set insert a MIDI track .

      Select Session View and Device View if not already selected.

      Select Instruments from Categories on the left side of the Ableton Live window and drag/drop an External Instrument into the MIDI track. You should see the External Instrument title bar inside the device view.

      Set "MIDI To" to the TD-3. (If you don't see it, either your computer's not seeing the TD-3 or you started Ableton before turning it on. If it's the latter, turn the TD-3 on and go back to the previous step.) MIDI channel will probably be 1. I'm going to guess that you can use Behringer SynthTool to set the MIDI channel on the TD-3 end if necessary.

      Set "Audio From" to the input number on your audio interface.
      Now, you make a choice: Or do you want to use Ableton to trigger the TD-3 to play notes, or do you want to use the TD-3's internal sequencer to generate the notes.
      To make these changes, you'll go to Preferences in Ableton. To make Ableton send MIDI notes to the TD-3, select the Link/MIDI tab in Ableton, and where it says "Output: Behringer TD-3" or something to that effect, turn Track on. If you'd like to use the TD-3's internal sequencer, turn Sync on instead.

      To deal with latency,It will be helpful to turn the Ableton click track on and play quarter notes from the TD-3 so you can tune the track delay times so the TD-3 plays nice with your internal instruments and VSTis in Ableton.

      The D button toward the lower right side of the window in Ableton toggles the Track Delay controls; this lets you add delay time to the software synths and drum machines so your computer can send sync or MIDI to the TD-3, the TD-3 can generate sound, and your audio interface can receive the signal and burp it all out through your speakers without the TD-3 lagging behind the soft synths.
      • Aug 24
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    xorthontech
    Newcomer - Level 2
    2021-07-17

    I have a BEHRINGER 911A DUAL TRIGGER DELAY and I guess I need BEHRINGER 962 INTERFACE to convert the normal eurorack trigger sugnal into an "S trigger". I just bought the 961 interface so how do I patch the normal clock trigger into the 961 interface to get the S trigger out so I can patch it to the 911 dual trigger delay input?

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  • New
    Behringer
    Triber Moderator
    2021-07-15
     
    An analog VCO module and an authentic reproduction of the original ARP 2600 circuitry that can fit in a standard Eurorack case. The best part? It’s at a very affordable price. Mix the 2600-VCO in with your existing rig or start your modular synth journey from here.
     
    List Price: $99 (in stock and immediately shipping from our factory)
     
    #Behringer #2600VCO #SynthesizersAndKeyboards #Eurorack #Synthesizers
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    szumbusch
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-07-14

    Hi all,

    I try to find out how to purchase these Behringer Eurorack GO connectors, shown in the System 55 bundle pictures.
    Since I have most of the modules, it makes no sense to me to buy the system. But I need to expand my capacity since I have more modules.....

    So, where can I buy these connectors?


    Thanks for any help in this case!

    Best,
    Sascha

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    • szumbusch
      Dale_M Please go to the Support tab above and raise a Spare Parts ticket.
      • Jul 14
    • szumbusch
      szumbusch

      Thank you! I did. Hope it works out1 Best, Sascha

      • Jul 14
  • New
    Behringer
    Triber Moderator
    2021-07-09
     
    “Modded Out” Analog Bass Line Synthesizer with VCO, MIDI-Controllable VCF and Sub-Harmonics Oscillator
     
    From: $199 (in stock and immediately shipping from our factory)
     
    #Behringer #TD3MOAM #TD3MOSR #TD3Series #SynthesizersAndKeyboards #Synthesizers #BassLine #Analog
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  • New
    AnthonyEaker
    Contributor - Level 2
    2021-07-08

    I have a few Model D synths that were purchased new in 2018. These units have been connected and sitting on a desk in my studio since the day they arrived.

    Today I was re-arranging my desk and needed to disconnect one of them and noticed that the 1/4" patch cable connected to the main out felt like it was practically glued in place.  When I finally got it removed I noticed the connector was severely corroded and pitted on the side that was not in contact with the TRS metal contacts inside the jack, but on the side that was touching the plastic inside of the output jack on the underside.

    After seeing this I was concerned this may be occuring on the others so I disconnected all of them and found that out of 5 Model D synths, 4 of them had this same issue.  I've never had these units apart before, but decided I needed to figure out what was going on as I've never seen anything like this occur with any synth or other equipment using 1/4 mono or TRS connectors.  The other ends of the patch cables were connected to a Behringer RX1602 for the exact same length of time that they were connected to the Model D's and there was no issue at all with the RX1602 side of things.

    What I found on the 4 that had this problem was that some type of liquid/oily substance was beaded up on both the low and the high TRS main output connectors, but only on the black plastic parts of the connector (outside and inside the connector).  It was even present in the threads where the nut/sleeve that screws into the connector that the cable end passes through such that the threads of that nut are also corroded.  None was present on the internal metal contacts except where the metal contacts actually touched the plastic. I've attached a photo to show this substance on the connectors as well as a photo to show the corrosion it caused to the nickel plating on the 1/4" cable end.

    Of interest is that all of the PCB boards that the connectors are mounted to with this issue have a date code of '1752' (the actual synth PCB has a date code of '1804').  The one that does not have this issue has a connector PCB date code of '1810' (the synth PCB date code is also '1810').  This leads me to believe that perhaps the composition of the plastic of the TRS output jacks changed between those two batches or some other process that occurs during assembly that is responsible for this substance changed.  I have no idea what this substance might be, but it definitely appears to be coming from the plastic housing of the TRS connector itself or was otherwise on that connector at the time of manufacture.  The substance also appears to have an acidic pH (right around 6.8) using a simple litmus test.

    All of the synths have been in a climate controlled environment from day one (temp never above 73F and RH never above 50%) so I do not have any reason to believe this is an environmental issue.  Also, this substance is only on the output connectors and nowhere else inside or outside of the synth.

    I plan to open a support ticket on this to see if they will supply the power/main out module boards as a replacement part. And, if  they will not, I will try to clean these off with electronics/contact cleaner and hope whatever this is doesn't turn out to be something that will re-appear and lead to me just replacing the output jacks with new ones myself.

    I've not seen any other reports of this issue, but it could be that others either do not leave their synths connected long enough for it to affect their cable ends or, like me, they've had their synths connected up for the better part of 3 years and just haven't noticed the problem yet.

    If anyone has any input/ideas or has acutally seen this themselves I'd appreciate hearing about it.  So far the only other case of something like this (and it looked exactly like this issue I have) I've found via any Internet searches occured about four years ago with another manufacturer's electronic drum kit output connectors.  So I at least know this isn't a totally new phenomenon with music/electronic equipment.

    Regards,
    Anthony

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    • AnthonyEaker
      AnthonyEaker
      • Jul 7
    • AnthonyEaker
      Nigel67 Hi Anthony. I am sorry to hear about your findings. I have checked our service portal and there is no mention of any issues with the jacks so this is something new to us. As you say, it looks as though something on the socket (plastic) is reacting with the jacks. We need to investigate this further. Please could you fill out a Technical Support ticket and include all these details and then we can pass on all the information to our Quality Team for further investigation. This can be done by clicking on the support tab at the top of the page. A new window will open. Scroll down and click on the Technical Support tab and submit a ticket. Many thanks
      • Jul 7
    • AnthonyEaker
      DavidKnighton That could be flux residue from the manufacturing process. It can corrode metals if not properly cleaned off. Some water-soluble flux residues are hygroscopic, which causes problems with electrical resistance and contributes to corrosion.
      • Jul 9
      • Model D output jack issues (corrosion)
        AnthonyEaker Thanks for the reply David. Behringer support got back to me almost immediately after I opened the ticket for this at Nigel's suggestion and they have taken great interest in this issue and how it might have gotten by QC at the factory. The first thing they mentioned was exactly what you postulate as well, most likely solder flux residue. It's actually much more acidic than I mentioned in my initial post. I originally tested with some old pH strips I had on hand that were designed for testing drinking water. After getting hold of some more 'full range' pH strips it shows to have a pH around 3 (slightly less acidic than white vinegar).

        I am beyond impressed with the level of support I've gotten on this from Behringer and they are wasting no time in taking care of me and investigating how this may have gotten by QC in order to prevent it from happening again. It seems to be an extremely isolated thing so hopefully I'm the first and last case of this anyone will hear of.

        I own quite a bit of Behringer gear and have had the odd support question that has always been answered quickly either by e-mail or here (or the old forum), but this is the first time I've had any type 'defect' issue like this and it's really great to see how well they stand behind their products.
        • Jul 9
  • New
    Behringer
    Triber Moderator
    2021-07-02

    CLOCKED SEQUENTIAL CONTROL MODULE 1027
    bit.ly/BE-CLOCKED-SEQUENTIAL-CONTROL-MODULE-1027

    Learn More:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fiA_exY-esM

    This is the long awaited Behringer 2500 System CLOCKED SEQUENTIAL CONTROL MODULE 1027. It’s an authentic reproduction of the original “2500 System” circuitry and functionality from the 70’s that can fit in a standard Eurorack case. This now almost completes the entire 2500 system, which represents one of the most sought after synthesizers in the history of electronic musical instruments.

    The best part? It’s very affordable.

    List Price: $149 (in stock and immediately shipping from our factory)

    #Behringer #CLOCKEDSEQUENTIALCONTROLMODULE1027 #2500Series #SynthesizersAndKeyboards #Eurorack #Synthesizers

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  • New
    maxter
    Contributor - Level 1
    2021-07-01

    I'm having a REALLY annoying problem with my Gray Meanie...

    When using osc2 and osc3 for modulating parameters in LF mode, I noticed that there was a "bump" or "glitch" consistently with each cycle, both for the triangle waves, and also the sine waves...

    I searched and found a calibration manual, as I thought (hoped) it would be an easy fix by simply calibrating it.

     

    But to my astonishment, and disappointment, the spike/bump/glitch WILL NOT go away by calibration. No matter which way I turn the SYMMETRY calibration potentiometer, the spike still remains... I tried the PURITY pot for the sine wave as well, but I believe it's derived from an inversion of the triangle wave, so that pot does not help with the spike.

    I used a free VST oscilloscope, psyscope, that seems to be working right. I patched each wave directly to the LEFT INPUT jack, and L OUTPUT straight to my DAW and the oscilloscope, the pan slider 100% LEFT of course. No osc sync or anything, no other cables attached, no other connections, all sliders turned down.

     

    Is my Gray Meanie a faulty unit? Can I return it for warranty, and have it fixed or exchanged? It's REALLY annoying and devastating for my sounds, I just can't have it like this.

     

    Please Behringer, let me know what to do! If this is intended behaviour (though I'm quite certain it isn't) I can't keep it in either case. I have to get rid of these spikes.

    Thanks in advance!

    Best regards,

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    • maxter
      maxter in my post, the picture is of vco2 triangle, as I could only attach one picture, here are the others: vco2-sine, vco3-sine, vco3-triangle
      • Jul 1
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