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    trentperkins
    Newcomer - Level 2
    2021-03-08

    Greetings!  I have largely complete my initial design for a DM8500, made it look good, etc.  When I went to compile it though, it listed several apparently unplugged modules that I can't find anywhere on the design.  Maybe they are hiding behing a different module, but I can't find them. Is there a way to list all of the used modules with their associated ID numbers to facilitate in the troubleshooting process?

    Specifically, the compiler says that High Pass 6-24 dB/OCt (ID=8) is not an input module, and that the same filter ID=11 has no input or output (none of the High pass filters that I can see in my design are ID=8 or 11).  Also, modules 12-16 have the same issue.  They include 2 Parametric EQs, 2 comp/Limiters, and another high pass filter.

    It is possible that I created some modules early in the process before I knew what I was doing and then deleted them (or at least I THOUGHT I deleted them!).  But if I can't find them and make them go away, I can't complie the design, and the machine is useless. 

    I attached a picture of my design.  i would be happy to email the actual .dmd file, but apparently that can't be attached to the forum.


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    • trentperkins
      trentperkins Any help? I may have to rebuild the whole thing again being careful to not experiment with modules I don't end up implementing. Even so, this seems like it should be a pretty easy fix to be able to generate a list of all used modules and their status by ID number.
      • Mar 17
    • trentperkins
      trentperkins Thanks Thim, not only does it work, it looks great! How do you get the lines to work at right angles?
      • Mar 19
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    radioinsectrecords
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-03-06

    Greetings TC Electronic,

    I am a proud owner of your wonderful device Studio Konnekt 48 (SK48) which I still find very useful after all these years. I’ve gone through the various driver upgrades in Windows including the 32bit to 64bit upgrade. However just recently by chance I noticed (in Device Manager) that the drivers Windows was using for my SK48 were 32-bits (below) even though I’ve already installed your 64-bit drivers years before.

    1. C:\Windows\system32\DRIVERS\TCNear.sys
    2. C:\Windows\system32\DRIVERS\TCNearAudiosys
    3. C:\Windows\system32\DRIVERS\TCNearMidi.sys
    4. .......

    I've found that my SK48 64-bit driver files were in “C:\Program Files\TC Electronic\TC Near

    My question is how do I make Windows 10 use the SK48 64bit drivers above rather than the 32-bit ones ?

    Your advise to this is kindly appreciated.

    Many thanks in advance.

    Sincerely,

    Phil Mark


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    • radioinsectrecords
      PedroRodrigues Hi radioinsectrecords, please consider that the Studio Konnekt 48 is a legacy unit and we have stopped releasing any resources for this unit for some time now therefore if you wish to keep using this unit will must do it on legacy operating system as this unit will not interface on any 64-bit platform. Thank you
      • Mar 7
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    nightmarer
    Newcomer - Level 2
    2021-02-22

    Hello.

     

    I've been trying to setup my Behringer x32 core for bradcasting in Twitch, Zoom, Facebook or whatever, but I'm don't know how to do it.

    All the guides I've followed about the rest of x32 devices are useless as they tell you how to do it through the screen menu, which is different to what I have in x-32 edit application.

    I'm not able to do it using another way than x32 edit.

    When I am selecting the audio device I'm only able to select 1-2 (Behringer X-USB) as input (then I'm just able to send what it is on input 1 or 2), or an output (just the sound comming from any application out of my DAW). Then I'm not able to select what I want to send to the output. In my mixer I don't have a bus which is sent part of the information.

    I have attached the scene. How can I do it?


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    • nightmarer
      RexBeckett Hello nightmarer, are you running Windows on your PC? This will limit apps that don't support ASIO to two channels. There are two steps required to set the USB 1/2 output that you require. The attached screenshots are from X32 Edit:

      On the Routing -> Out 1-16 tab, select the required source buses in rows 1 and 2. I have shown these as Mixbus 1/2 but they can be any bus.

      On the Routing -> Card tab, select Out 1-8 as the source for Card outputs 1-8.

      It is not clear from your scene if you are using Out 1-8 for some other purpose. If so, you could use the Ultranet table instead. Select the source buses on Routing -> Ultranet rows 1 and 2. Select Ultranet 1-8 on the Routing -> Card tab for outputs 1-8.
      • Feb 22
      • x32-core for broadcasting
        nightmarer Thank you so much, it totally worked!!
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    • nightmarer
      nightmarer You are a god sent. Thank you so much for this, it totally worked.
      • Feb 22
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    RexBeckett
    Superhero - Level 3
    2021-02-21

    Following the purchase of a Flow 8 Digital Mixer, I set about learning how it worked – from a user’s perspective. This was done by connecting audio test equipment to the inputs/outputs and observing the effect of each of the controls on the various outputs. The results allowed the creation of an apparent signal paths diagram. The original diagram has been updated to reflect the Flow 8 functionality with firmware V11739. Earlier and later firmware releases may have different signal paths.

    The diagram is not part of any official documentation and is just intended to help users understand how the various controls affect the operation of this great little digital mixer.

    Edit: Diagram revised to correct pre-fader signal taps in Main and Mon buses. (22 Feb 2021)

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    RobertGerritsen
    Contributor - Level 3
    2021-02-17

    Report, I could nof find my old post anymore, but I thing it is helpful.

    Since I could not find the right way to set up how to control a Behringer X-Air with a Behringer BCF2000 on one forum, I wrote the steps down. I own a Behringer X18 (firmware 1.17) and a BCF2000 (firmware 1.10). I have tested it on those devices. Probably it will work on the others mixers and the BCR2000

     

    Setup X-air

    In the X Air Edit app: Setup > Audio/Midi> switch off DIN Rx and Din Tx.

    Connect the BCF2000 with 2 midi cables Mini-in to Midi out and Midi-out to Midi-in

    Switch off the BCF2000

    Hold the top button second from left. (Other Mackie modes will also work.)

    Switch on the BCF2000

    Rotate the most left rotary knob to S-4 (standalone mode)

    Press the Exit knob

    The leds at Midi-In and Midi-B will flash contently

    When moving a fader Midi-A will flash.

     


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    djsuperdock
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-02-10

    Here is my current setup with these components: 

    2 Behringer s16s daisy chained together, then connected to FOH x32 via the first s16's AES50-A port (2nd s16 is set to "out +8" mode).

    Playback laptop on stage using Klark Teknik DN9630 connected via ethernet to the open AES50-B port on the 2nd s16 unit.

    Routing at the x32 console has all inputs set to AES50-A. The first 24 inputs are set to AES50-A 1-24.

    Then, interestingly, to find the inputs coming from the Klark Teknik interface, the last 8 inputs are set to AES50-A 32-40. So AES50-A 25-32 are skipped over which is fine with our setup - all of our physical instruments can be connected to those first 24 inputs. 

    My question is this - I want to get more than 8 channels from the laptop to the x32. I figured that I could simply use the Aux-Ins on the console - by setting the aux-in to "user 1-6" and then defining those user inputs to AES50-A 41-46 (picking up where the other channels were coming in). But when do this AND set up my laptop to send more channels, I am not getting anything at FOH. 

    Any thoughts about what I could be doing wrong? 

     


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    • djsuperdock
      DavidKnighton Hello djsuperdock,
      Would you be able to upload your scene or provide a link to where we can download and take a peek at your routing setup first hand? I have too many questions to ask, and it would be easier to just glance at the routing. Then I could feasibly pinpoint your issue.
      • Feb 10
      • Klark Teknik DN9630 interface -- Behringer s16 -- Behringer x32 Ecosystem Question
        djsuperdock I'm not at my mixer now but just saved the scene I have on my x32 edit which I just used with the board earlier today. It should be attached to the discussion now.
        • Feb 10
      • Klark Teknik DN9630 interface -- Behringer s16 -- Behringer x32 Ecosystem Question
        DavidKnighton I checked your scene routing and you have but 1 channel from 41-48 assigned to the USER IN 1-8. Might I suggest a test. Assign AES50 41-48 to any bank of input channels and just make sure you're getting something. This will confirm or deny whether there is signal present on those channels. Then you can try a repatch the Aux inputs how you want.
        • Feb 11
    • djsuperdock
      GaryHiggins I think your main issue may be interconnection, the S16's don't transmit their xlr inputs via their B port, B ports of the S16 are fixed to deliver specific aes50 ch's from the FOH mixer. The 2 S16.s in turn would shift the 9630 upstream intended ch's by 32 such that whatever is meant to head to foh from the 9630 will show up as aes50a 33-48 at foh. If more than 16 ch's, they will exceed the 48 ch limit and be 'out of bounds' You probably need to connect the 9630 to it's own port on the mixer and rout any S16 inputs to it via aes50 from FOH. My 2 cents.
      • Feb 10
      • Klark Teknik DN9630 interface -- Behringer s16 -- Behringer x32 Ecosystem Question
        djsuperdock What you're saying about the 2 s16s bumping the interface up makes sense and is consistent with what I am experiencing. My first 8 inputs from the 9630 show up at AES50a 33-40. But then why wouldn't I simply be able to send more inputs to the 9630 and have them show up at AES50a 41-48?
        • Feb 10
      • Klark Teknik DN9630 interface -- Behringer s16 -- Behringer x32 Ecosystem Question
        GaryHiggins The next 8 outputs from the 9630 would show up as input ch’s aes50a 41-48 at foh. Inputs TO the 9630 would be via the foh mixer aes50a out 1-48 menu. To use the xlr inputs of the s16’s in this way you would need to send aes50a inputs 1-32 from the mixer via aes50a out 1-32 (aes50a out 1-32 must say aes50a 1-32 in groups of 8) by default it would now say out 1-8, out 9-16, out 1-8 and out 9-16 again.
        • Feb 10
      • Klark Teknik DN9630 interface -- Behringer s16 -- Behringer x32 Ecosystem Question
        GaryHiggins I still think you would be better off with a dedicated port for the 9630, no shifting of ch’s from it and more straightforward routing to it. Keeps your S16 outs more flexible too.
        • Feb 10
    • djsuperdock
      StephenEvans The S16s are not really meant to be a AES50 hub in the way you want to use them. It would be much better to connect to the AES50B port on the X32, you would be able to do much more flexible routing that way
      • Feb 11
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    Bdog0097
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-02-01

    Good Morning, we are running an x32 for streaming/recording audio. Every week we have had some sort of lock up that a power cycle will fix, 2 weeks ago I did an update to the latest firmware (4.04.1) hoping our problem would be solved. It wasn’t, what happened last week is the boar locked down with a power cycle I noticed when loading the files (during boot process) “NOT FOUND” was constantly loading. How I cured this I did a factory reset then a restore from the last backup that I had.  This week the same thing happened but this time I could not access to factory reset.  Today I knew I was going to be troubleshooting on here so I brought it to my office and when I turned it on all is good.  We can’t afford to have any more downtime with this console, any advice/service I can perform or pay done to ensure this doesn’t happen again?


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    • Bdog0097
      KevinMaxwell Changing the power cord has fixed this kind of problems for some people. it is extremely unusual but I have heard of it happening. Some IEC cables just get loose over time. Are you using a true sinewave UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply) on the mixer?

      And now for a real long shot. Do you have any effects feeding back to themselves? If you want to you can copy the scene you were in when this happened, from your console and post it in your first post in this thread. It only allows you to post a file in the first post of a thread. Go into the edit mode of you post and you will see a place to upload a file. Then we can take a look and see if there looks like there is anything obviously wrong.
      • Feb 1
      • x32 lockup
        Bdog0097 3) with nothing plugged in there isnt any problem with it. it has been running since monday and is still on now.
        • Feb 4
      • x32 lockup
        Bdog0097 4) i am going to try to redo the software. i read on another tread that i need to reinstall 3.0 then go back to 4.0. but i cant find the 3.0 software. do you have any idea how i can get it? thank you so much for helping. i have submitted a ticket and haven't got a reply from music tribe.
        • Feb 4
      • x32 lockup
        KevinMaxwell I just emailed you version 3.07 to your AOL address.
        • Feb 4
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    KevinMaxwell
    Super Contributor - Level 2
    2021-01-31

    If I don't upload a file in the inital posting of a thread if I am the original poster can I go back and upload a file later. I may need to wait for some one else to post something to this thread to see if it will work.

     

    So I am not uploading a file to start with for this test.


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    • KevinMaxwell
      GaryHiggins ill reply
      • Jan 30
      • 2nd upload test
        KevinMaxwell Thank you Gary. Ok it worked. So it looks like if someone starts a thread and we want that person to post there scene we just need to tell them to go back to their first post in that thread and edit it and they will see a place to upload a file there.

        And we need them to also add a new post in there thread telling us that they uploaded a file to their first post so we know to go get it from there.
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      • 2nd upload test
        GaryHiggins Great to know we can do this, a positive step at least!
        • Jan 31
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    KevinMaxwell
    Super Contributor - Level 2
    2021-01-28

    This is a test to see if a scene file can be uploaded in the first message of a thread.

    I am not even sure whose scene this is.


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    • KevinMaxwell
      RexBeckett Yes it does work, Kevin. It's an old (V2.xx) X32 scene. It is also possible to attach a scene file to a Private Message.
      • Jan 28
      • Upload test
        KevinMaxwell I didn't know that you could do that. I hope you don't mind but I am going to try doing that to you.
        • Jan 28
      • Upload test
        KevinMaxwell That looked like it worked. That is better then nothing but the as you know the advantage of posting a scene publicly is anyone interested in trying to help can check out the Scene file and maybe someone can spot an issue.

        Thank you for the suggestion.
        • Jan 28
      • Upload test
        RexBeckett Yes it worked. I've sent it back to you.

        I agree that it is better to have scenes visible to all of us. That's why I usually suggest people upload them to Google Drive or DropBox and post a sharing link. Maybe one day we'll get a better editor for comments and replies...
        • Jan 28
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    RexBeckett
    Superhero - Level 3
    2021-01-22

    Following the purchase of a Flow 8 Digital Mixer, I set about learning how it worked – from a user’s perspective. This was done by connecting audio test equipment to the inputs/outputs and observing the effect of each of the controls on the various outputs. The results allowed the creation of an apparent signal paths diagram. The diagram reflects the Flow 8 functionality with firmware V11729. Subsequent firmware releases may change the signal paths.

    The diagram is not part of any official documentation and is just intended to help users understand how the various controls affect the operation of this great little digital mixer.


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    Edit: Firmware V11739 provides several additional routing options. An updated diagram has been attached to a new discussion: https://community.musictribe.com/discussions/77059/310428/flow-8-apparent-signal-paths-v11739

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    • RexBeckett
      DaveMorrison Nice work. How do you like the Flow8 as a mixer?
      • Jan 22
      • Flow 8 Apparent Signal Paths (V11729)
        RexBeckett Thanks, Dave. I think that the Flow 8 is great for mixing solo or duo performers and is ideal for many streaming or broadcast applications. The hardware has been well conceived and designed and has many advantages over typical small analogue desks. The Android app needs some attention but most of the functions work.

        I see the Flow 8 as filling the space between a small analogue mixer and an XR18. I have been testing it in a multi-participant streaming environment where it replaces a Xenyx QX1002USB + UMC404HD. The Flow 8 is excellent in this role - providing both a physical control surface and the advantages of a digital mixer e.g. instant recall of saved snapshots, remote control and multi-channel recording over USB.
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        • Jan 22
    • RexBeckett
      Jerrylee1 Thanks for the diagram Rex, the compressor ratios vs percentage good to know. Lots of potential in this little mixer!
      • Jan 22
    • RexBeckett
      RexBeckett We may as well use this discussion to collect other information that could help new owners of a Flow 8.

      In the channel EQ, the Low and High bands are shelving and are specified at 20Hz and 20kHz – outside the range that most of us can hear. They have quite shallow slopes, though, so can be used to shape the bottom and top ends. I have measured the -3dB points (frequencies) for a range of settings.

      Low Shelf
      0dB: 18Hz, -3dB: 31.5Hz, -6dB: 100Hz, -9dB: 125Hz, -12dB: 140Hz, -15dB: 180Hz

      High Shelf
      0dB: >20kHz, -3dB: 20kHz, -6dB: 8kHz, -9dB: 6.3kHz, -12dB: 5.6kHz, -15dB: 5kHz

      I think the bottom end of the Low Shelf is affected by the channel's Low Cut filter. This cannot be turned off so is set to the lowest frequency of 20Hz.
      • Jan 24
    • RexBeckett
      RexBeckett The Flow 8 responds to Midi messages via the USB connection to a PC. This is a one-way Midi link. The Flow 8 does not transmit any Midi messages. The Midi implementation is well documented in the Quick Start Guide. Continuous Control values can be calculated as shown below.

      Fader Levels:
      CC Value = ((dB + 70) * 126 / 80) + 1

      Bus Limiters: CC Value = (dB + 30) * 127 / 30

      EQ Bands: CC Value = (dB + 15) * 127 / 30

      Low Cut: CC Value = (Frequency - 20) * 127 / 580

      Channel Gains: CC Value = (dB + 20) * 127 / 80

      Pan/Balance: CC Value = (Setting + 1) * 127 / 2
      • Jan 24
    • RexBeckett
      RexBeckett A frequent question about the Flow 8 is: How easy is it to use a multi-layer surface wthout motorized faders? I find it surprisingly easy - for example:

      When you change layers, the Offset LEDs above each fader show you when they are not synchronized. When you move one of the faders, the small LCD screen shows the dB value it should be set to and a moving line shows how far and in which direction you need to move the fader. This is a very handy feature which I have not seen mentioned in any online reviews.

      When changing to an FX or Monitor layer to tweak a couple of channel sends, it is not necessary to synchronize all the channel faders. You only need to sync the ones that you want to change. This also reduces the number of offsets when returning to the Main layer.

      Once the principle settings are in place, I tend to leave the physical surface on the Main layer. This allows easy adjustment of channel and Main faders. I have a 7" tablet running the Flow Mix app to allow tweaks to EQ, Compressors or FX parameters. In practice, once it is sounding good, the tablet is not essential.
      • Jan 25
      • Flow 8 Apparent Signal Paths (V11729)
        Jerrylee1 Same way of working as on the earlier Studiolive Presonus mixers, it works well.
        • Jan 26
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