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    Recently I was sent to an event at a sportshall to mix audio for TV broadcasting. We tried to get my audio system in the van to find the FOH mixer-channels via Dante. They were running Dante within their LAN system and we had our own LAN within our van. Two different IP addresses, obviously. Since we have multiple sources and switches running on the same IP network, we usually change the IP addresses on the venues to fit with our network. We didn't manage find out how to change IP address of the Midas HD96-24 mixer (FOH), so by the end we decided to run two long xlr cables to get the Stereo Mix directly from the mixer. Not the best for TV. So does anyone know how to fix this? Or is there another way of getting Dante to work between the two IP networks with different subnets? Sending unicast flows through a router would not be ideal. 

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    • sabitor
      MichalNiezbecki You can set IP address for any Dante card manually from the Dante Controller, Device Tab. Sometimes you have to reconfigure for this your PC/Mac network interface to be on the same class and subnet but after that you can return to previous settings.
      • Nov 14
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    Hey everyone. New to this group. I have a level problem that I hope someone has an answer fot. I have a Hall of Fame 2 and a Flashback 2 in line with a keyboard. I'm running in tru bypass mode. I have real clean, low level signal gong into reverb. As soon as i hit the switch to turn it on, the level of the dry signal goes up enought to be real noticible. its impossible to turn on in the middle of a passage without jumping up in volume. Is there any level matching adjusments internally to match the bypass and effected outputs? The dry level should equal the tru bypass.

    U love the sound of the reverb, but it's unusable if I can't "just ad reverb" to the dry signal .

    Thanks for the help

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    So I have a UMC 1820 that I am using for podcasting. I am using 5 mic inputs and sending them to my DAW (adobe audition) via usb and doing multitrack editing. I had everyone plug their headphones into the line outputs on the back. I realized then that there was no way to have everyone hear everyone's vocals. I could only have each track output to one of the line outputs and they could hear their own voice but no one else's. There was also some latency that was kind of distracting. Any advice on how I could set up direct monitoring for all 5 people with zero latency? Is it possible to just use a headphone splitter throught the main output headphone jack? Does this interface even do direct monitoring or does it have to run through my computer? Please help!

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    The rise of Internet-based radio services ascolta-radio has led to countless new players entering the market. Today, listeners can choose from thousands of radio stations. With massive data storage capacity in the cloud and increased availability of Wi-Fi, the potential for internet radio is immense. The demand for internet-based radio services is increasing, particularly in the automotive industry.

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    Hi there!

    I would like to know what is the best way for feed 48/64 channels to 3 Midas Pro2..One for the stage wedge, one FOH and one for streaming..


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    HI all,

    I have a problem with switching my channels between my TC G-system and Fender amp.

    It only swithces between "clean" and "more drive". I need the normal drive channel too.

    I  tried different tr/trs cables, made my own, nothing seems to work, it only activates the "more drive" channel.

    Anyone with a solution for this problem?


    Kind regards,


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    Hi there, I have a client who is asking whether the FBQ3102HD input / output monitor level will show level at all times regardless of whether the unit is in Bypass mode?

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    First off, this website fucking sucks. Second off, your drivers are a mess and don't work at all. Couldn't find any information as to why it sounds like I have stereo separation and a 32 sample rate on my whole system. Not to mention the mic cuts in and out, if I can even get it to work in the first place. As I have come to understand it is probably due to the Fall Windows update, but the problem remains. Fix your shit because I literally just bought this thing to replace my Focusrite solo, because it broke, and this doesn't even work. like seriously guys please just fucking DO SOMETHING. 


    Tried looking at the "recommended solutions" when I was creating a support ticket and it wouldn't even let me go to the "recommended solutions" so yeah your website sucks, and your drivers suck, overall this has been a terrible experience and I will not be buying another Behringer product unless you guys FIX YOUR SHIT.

    Please excuse the cursing this just has been really really frustrating.


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    Hello the xair app keep crashing on ipad pro ios 16.1 can anyone help please its urgent

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    Ok, after only a couple of days inside this thing, the whole Music Tribe / Behringer experience seems somehow lacking, sloppy, careless and ill-thought out. It is so bad that I honestly don't know if it is Intentional or not? Do Behringer set out to sabotage themselves? Quite possibly it would seem.

    Before I lay out my initial critical thoughts on this matter (positive suggestions for improvement later), I will state that this is no de-facto criticism of the Behringer line of products. Far from it. I know there are many who are quick to put them down, but what does that achieve?

    I have just received my first product (X-Touch One) and I think it is a fantastic product for its price range. It really is well made, feels solid and reliable, and was simple to set-up and connect to Cubase. It feels like it has a lot of mileage to it. I am suitably impressed and may now even consider many further equipment purchases . . . . . except...

    Part 1 - Some Issues (that make no sense)

    The after sales set-up support for the product is ridiculous / The official video tutorial inadequate and out of date / The use of messy Sysex routines instead of a dedicated USB interface for product line communication / A website with the typical corporate 'happy people' imagery hiding a weak platform design that doesn't make it easy to find solutions! - The complete lack of attention to detail is stunning.

    Additionally, on a personal note, the time display plastic cover on my brand new device is covered in tiny, and a few not so tiny, scratches! Where the hell is the industry standard, forever, removable fine plastic protection strip? Was I sold an ex display unit? Was it a returned item being sold back on? So many questions, and I have only had the unit 24 hours. That's not a good beginning if we are to be friends. And there's more...

    Follow Fader not working in Cubase! It seems people have complained for years and you said it was fixed - but it is not! Come on people, the CC-121 does it flawlessly - why can't you? The code already exists and works without issue. It makes no sense. Or are you telling me that Steinberg is intentionally sabotaging your access to essential routine code?

    Oh, and by the way, not offering a feature to reduce the ridiculous brightness of the scroll wheel ring is just unnaceptable. It becomes a nightmare in an otherwise beautifully lit relaxing atmosphere. Are the designers a bit mad?

    Part 2 - The Solutions

    You actually declare 'We hear you' on your merchandise manual, and yet I don't see a well designed system to backup that statement. But you never know, lets see if it is true... Are you listening MusicTribe/Behringer?...

    1. It is 2022, the cost to build a functioning USB interface APP (Mac/Win) that works in real time as a go-between with your servers and your clients units must now be negligable, or at the very least, easily within your budget. BUILD IT! Stop messing around like some early 90's SysEx freak! I was there, I remember. It is messy, lazy even.

    Look at Novation (A tiny company compared to you), In-Music Brands, Korg and many others. They already do this - why don't you? Give me a believable reason? It makes no sense.

    You could run one interface that covers your entire product catalogue, connects with each selected device and updates them with regular bug-fixes or additional features. You could also offer a simple interface for each device which allows users to easily see the parameters they can modify.

    I can imagine you making such an APP and putting yourselves way ahead of rival manufacturers (even an open-source solution would be better than nothing). These kinds of things are basic common practice nowadays but you don't do it? It makes no sense.

    2. The MusicTribe website seems like an empty echo-chamber where people post things and nothing much happens. "Welcome to the new solutions website" it says! - I couldn't find anything! Even the most basic questions I searched for came back with nothing! Who built the backend relational database system? It doesn't really work? It makes no sense.

    Invest in a good website (it currently works so slow and sluggish on my phone) which interacts with your USB APP. Get a good team. It is not difficult stuff.

    3. If the APP is beyond you right now, at least  build a dedicated SysEx channel on your website with both text and video guides. Be honest, it's not that hard. You could even encourage people to submit code routines and be official Behringer Champions. You could build a real loyal client base this way.

    I could go on further, a little imagination is all that is needed on your end, and maybe really 'listen to your clients'.

    You seem to be able to make good real world objects, I am pleasantly surprised, but your virtual world is terrible.

    3. Do You Want To Fail / Do You Even Care?

    This is the mystery to me, and although I have said it many times already... IT MAKES NO SENSE?

    You seem to respond to complaints on external social networks and point people to pages that say nothing?

    Is MusicTribe a place where comments just accumulate until people tire of waiting for something to happen - and it never does?

    Everything is confusing and messy with after-sales support. Are the MusicTribe group a typical corporation interested in 'Point of Sale' cash generatiom only? This seems a likely candidate as it would explain why NOTHING makes sense?

    I, and many others I assume, would love to believe in the vision statement - making quality music tech at reasonable, maybe more realistic, prices. Giving access to legendary synths and drum machines, the originals being outer-space prices.

    You could be so great, with little effort really, so... WHY DON'T YOU DO IT?

    Solve the mystery, answer the questions,  really LISTEN to your client base and build the bloody APP.

    What do you prefer...

    Behringer - a dodgy technology company with hopeless after sales support that receives lots of negative reviews and criticisms. Unhappy customers

    Behringer - a visionary company bringing music technology to the majority with smart interactive control features. A company with a large client base of dedicated supporters.

    The choice - it appears - is yours.

    Thank you for taking the time to listen.

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    • Stev

      Thank you Stev, for your frank and honest comments. I work for Music Tribe and I am very aware of the pain points you mentioned, in addition to feedback from other people. I can't profess to knowing all the answers to your questions (...yet!) but I wanted to comment, simply to mention that I am part of a new inititive to elevate Music Tribe Brands to where they should be. Better systems, support, service and experience... Better Products! The issues are well and truly noted and a new team has been formed to tackle this. I truly hope you will be able to enjoy the transformation as we embark on this journey.

      • Nov 7
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