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    Olliew3399
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-11-23

    My Ultra-DI DI100 does not power my Shure beta 98HC Mic. When turning it on the light under the In/out button. The red light flashes and does not stay on. 


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    • Olliew3399
      RexBeckett Hello Ollie, the Shure Beta 98H/C requires phantom power. DI boxes do not usually pass phantom power to their inputs so cannot power condenser mics. Normally these mics would be connected directly to a mixer that would supply the phantom power. The flashing In/Out LED indicates that the DI100 is running from battery power.

      If you explain what equipment you are using, we may be able to suggest other solutions.
      • November 23, 2020
    • Olliew3399
      Olliew3399 Hi Rex, thanks for getting back to me. I must have assumed the DIbox would provide phantom power.

      Realistically I want to use my Shure beta mic with a busking battery power amp. I have a Roland mobile cube which has been great and used a cheaper mic with battery pack.

      What do I need to power my mic while busking ?

      Cheers ,
      • November 23, 2020
    • Olliew3399
      RexBeckett Hi Ollie, yes the DI100 does almost exactly the opposite of what you want. You need a battery-operated phantom power supply. There are a few possibilities. The ART Phantom II Pro is probably the most cost-effective solution.

      https://artproaudio.com/product/phantom-ii-pro-dual-ch-phantom-power-supply/
      • November 23, 2020
    • Olliew3399
      RexBeckett Shure used to supply a battery-operated preamp for this type of mic - model MX1BP. They discontinued it but you may find one in the used market.

      For example: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Shure-MX1BP-Microphone-Preamplifier-/273630844831
      • November 23, 2020
    • Olliew3399
      Olliew3399 Thank you Rex, I appreciate your time helping me out!
      • November 23, 2020
  • PoloHunter
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-10-29

    My voicelive extreme strangely started going crazy. As in all the presets started to change up and down on its own. Can someone help me with this isse

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  • Dioking
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-10-11

    the pedal emits a continuous beep when switching on, even after the update the problem continues.

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    • Dioking
      Nigel67 The unit does appear to be faulty. Have you tried a different power supply or running it off a battery? Have you tried loading in a different Toneprint just in case the existing one has corrupted software. If you run in byepassed, do you still get the tone? If so, then please go to the support tab at the top of the page and submit a service ticket. We can then get your unit to to take a look at
      • October 11, 2020
    • Dioking
      Dioking I tested it with another source and the problem continued, bypassing it does not emit the beep, when turning off the source and turning it back on it stops emitting the beep and returns to working normally, but after a while off when I turn on it emits this beep again .
      Even using the 2290 mode and not the toneprint as in the video, can the toneprint interfere with the operation?
      • October 13, 2020
    • Dioking
      Nigel67 The unit does appear to have a fault. If bypass works fine but as soon as you switch in the Toneprint (or after a while) the noise comes back, then I would say that you have a component fault. The toneprints that you are loading are standard factory ones, none that you have modified? Try loading the toneprint called flashback default. If the unit still makes the noise, then you will need to get it serviced by going to the support tab at the top of the page and submitting a service request ticket.
      • October 13, 2020
      • Problem with flashback delay
        Dioking ok I will do the procedure, but if the problem remains, I believe it is impracticable to send the pedal for repair in the USA, as I live in São Paulo / Brazil, in this case I would have the possibility of sending you an electronic plate so that you can exchange it, I am a technician electronic, but it’s difficult for me to fix it because I don’t have an electronic pedal layout or components like a processor, memories or any other dedicated CI.
        • October 14, 2020
      • Problem with flashback delay
        Nigel67 Hi, sorry, I was unaware of the country in which you reside. In this case, if the unit is still under warranty, then you should take it back to the reseller that you purchased it from and claim warranty or DOA if within 30 days of purchase.
        • October 19, 2020
  • gus95man
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-08-24

    Hi, I need help, when I connect the power supply, led doesn't hold turn on, led flashing and the volume audio from mic input or line input decreases and increases.

     

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    • gus95man
      john0121 Hi gus95man, this looks like a problem with the power supply unfortunately. If you fill out the service request form via the support button at the top of the page one of the team will be able to advise the next steps to get this repaired or replaced depending on the warranty status. Sorry for the inconvenience.
      • August 24, 2020
    • gus95man
      gus95man Thanks John for your help and answer, I'm going to fill out the service request form.
      • September 1, 2020
  • Pratomoadhe
    Newcomer - Level 2
    2020-08-23

    Hello guys,

    i have a very frustrated problem with my VLX3. The screen is just flashing the whole time. I've tried to reinsert the SD Card inside the VLX3, but it change nothing. Please Help me. Thanks a lot!

    I attach the video how its look like.


    Regard,
    Chris

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    • Pratomoadhe
      KyleJohnson Hi Chris, Kyle here with Music Tribe. Unfortunately it looks like your VL3X needs to be repaired. Please submit a Support ticket by clicking the Support link at the top of the page.
      • August 24, 2020
  • NSomerville
    Triber
    2020-02-21

    The Heritage-D extensive Beta tours continue into 2020 with UK pop sensation, and recent BRIT Award winner, Mabel. With the Heritage-D on monitors and the Pro2 at FoH, her sold-out shows are guaranteed to have the Midas touch. We caught up with monitor engineer Nat Hopking, a sound engineer who has worked with the likes of Stormzy, Wretch32 and Leanne Rimes, on the Manchester leg of their UK tour, to get his impressions on our new cutting edge console. He talks us through his workflow, favourite effects, sound quality and innovative time-saving features, such as the Manchino workflow, that make his life easier on a busy, high profile tour.

     

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  • NSomerville
    Triber
    2020-02-13

    The Development Of The Manchester Series - Turbosounds return to premier live sound reinforcement,

    Designed and manufactured based on extensive feedback and information from industry professionals. In this video, we detail some of the reasoning that inspired the development of the Manchester Series and the technology behind it

     

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  • NSomerville
    Triber
    2020-02-03

    The new season of Midas On Tour features conversations with sound engineers and live sound professionals that rely on Midas Consoles to deliver the best sound and service possible. This season will feature even more interesting characters and seasoned professionals, including Midas Consoles staff!



    Coming Soon! 

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  • NSomerville
    Triber
    2020-01-27

    The Secret History of Klark Teknik

    In the second half of this thoroughly researched presentation, our Quality Specialist Dale Minaker covers our production of the first-ever digital delay units. Mergers, buyouts and takeovers including the acquisition of Midas Consoles. Klark Marine - the brands brief dabble into radar technology (yes radar!), meetings with The Queen and what the future holds for KT, with facilities and investment that the founding Clarke brothers could only have dreamt of.

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  • robinkle
    Contributor - Level 3
    2019-12-05

    I'm very keen on a Simmons SDS-V clone. An iconic drum synthesizer released in 1981. It's one of those instruments that defined the sound of the 80's. And is a perfect match along with the other cloned instruments from Behringer.

    The Drum Brain is based on 5 different types of modules.: Bass Drum, Snare, Tom Tom, Hihat and Cymbal. It would make sense to make these in the Eurorack format, including a matching trigger/sequencer module with midi IO, and trigger inputs. And made available as a complete system in a Eurorack case, but also as separate modules.

    Thank you for listening.

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