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    Buckett
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-05-24

    I'm trying to buy a 'genuine part' replacement X32 (full size) soft cover as the one that came with it has deteriorated.

     

    I went to Behringer's site and the Spare Parts section only offers 'Go To Care Portal' which is this site and no obvious means of buying any parts. Am I missing something?

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    • Buckett
      Dale_M The spares process has moved over to our Super Partners, if you go to the Behringer website then select Buy you can search your location and contact the partner direct for spares.
      • Tue at 11:56 PM
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    randymusic
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-05-23

    Anyone?

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    • randymusic
      KevinMaxwell China. According to Wikipedia "In 2018, the company completed a manufacturing complex in Zhongshan, China. The complex contains factory buildings and dormitories for up to 10.000 workers. It opened with 3,000 employees.
      • Mon at 6:30 AM
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    psavolai
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-05-21

    Hi ,

    Using X32 Producerin home studio settting.
    Mixing tracks coming from daw and bussing them and sending busses back to Daw for recording.

    All Good, except that I can't seem to find a way to map the returns of the internal effects (4-8) to daw.
    I've tried sending the Busses 13-16 to Matrix and then sending that matrix to User and that to Card ... and millions of variatations on that theme but none seem to work ...

    Is there a known way to use effects as part of my mix and have them sent as a one combined bus to daw over card ?

    cheers.

     

     
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    • psavolai
      Paul_Vannatto Sending buses 13-16 is sending the dry signals (signals going to the first 4 FX slots). To get the wet signals, you need to send the FX Returns signals (located on the Aux/FX channel layer) - eg. FX1 L, FX1 R, etc. This will send the wet signals of the first 4 FX slots to the DAW. The last 4 FX slots are insert type FX and are not route-able to the DAW.
      • May 21
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    LarzHanson
    Contributor - Level 2
    2022-05-21

    Great feature request for the Flow 8 app: Instead of hard-to-see skinny "LED meter strips" on each channel and master, how about making the entire area behind the fader knob and white/gray markings a meter? By its very design, the mixer is intended to hold a phone, and the meters on the app are notoriously hard to see. So instead of the skinny meter strip, make the entire gray/blue/black area the meter, splitting the stereo channels and master at the fader travel line. You might put a skinny black strip between each channel just for definition, but having meters that you can glance at without straining to see them would make the app way more enjoyable! Thanks for considering it!

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    • LarzHanson
      Nigel67 Hi LarzHanson. Many thanks for your enhancement request. I will forward it on to the design team for further discussion and possible implementation. All the best.
      • May 22
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    aircamperman1
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-05-19

    Does anyone have access to replacement parts for the X32 Producer? Specifically the PSU?

    Thanks!

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    RichardLussier
    Contributor - Level 2
    2022-05-19

    A nice feature would be to be able to assing user buttons to select 3 differend sets of speakers ie. A,B,C,  for monitoring, going to seperate sets of outputs to studio speakers. Most have a seperate console for this purpose, which is a lost of usefull space on a studio desk

    Thank you

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    • RichardLussier
      CraigFowler Not sure where Wing firmware is atm, but this was pretty easy to set up on the X32 using the user-assign buttons. You'd just write a couple of snippets to route the solo bus to (and away from) whichever outputs sockets were feeding your speakers, and assign the buttons to recall those snippets.
      Button1 would recall a snippet to assign the solo bus to outputs1+2, and assign no signal to outputs3+4+5+6.
      Button2 would recall a snippet to assign the solo bus to outputs3+4, and assign no signal to outputs1+2+5+6.
      Button3 would recall a snippet to assign the solo bus to outputs5+6, and assign no signal to outputs1+2+3+4.
      Button4 would recall a snippet to assign no signal to outputs 1+2+3+4+5+6, essentially muting all monitors.
      • May 20
      • WING  feature request, selection for speaker A. B, and C in the monitoring .
        PatrickGMaillot Basically as Paul Vannatto suggested: use an external app to create the assignments you'd like to have from the existing buttons; Snipshot toolbox is a great option, Wxfade has that capability too.
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    • RichardLussier
      KevinMaxwell I don’t know how you have your WING configured but have you considered using the Matrix outputs to feed these 3 sets of speakers and just muting and unmuting them as you want to. I don’t have the WING set up at the moment it is still in the case since the last show so I can’t test this. But I think you can assign the matrix mutes to user keys if you wanted to.
      • May 20
    • RichardLussier
      Paul_Vannatto Craig's suggestion is a great idea. Unfortunately they have not officially implemented snippet functionality in the Wing (it is coming... someday). There is a workaround, though. By modifying a snapshot to include only the settings you want changed, it will work as a snippet. This can be accomplished using the Wing Snipshot Toolbox found here:
      https://sourceforge.net/projects/wing-snipshot-toolbox/

      Another option is to use the 4 Main channel strips, one for each of the speaker pairs.
      • May 20
    • RichardLussier
      RichardLussier

      Thank's guys for these nice suggestions. I am waiting for my WING to come, backorder for another month or so, and sold the X32 last week.... Can't wait to jump in the WING train !!! Looks like the mixing console for me ... I will definitle try Patrick's nice pieces of software right away... I'm kind of a "techy" guy too ...

      • May 22
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    Soccerman58
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-05-19

    Hi

    I'm having a hard time seeing the display screen on the X32 Compact. Is there any way I can connect an external monitor please?

    Thanks

    Phil

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    • Soccerman58
      Paul_Vannatto Use X32-Edit on a laptop (Windows, Mac, linux or Raspberry Pi).
      • May 19
    • Soccerman58
      Soccerman58 Aha. Gosh I am so OLD
      • May 20
    • Soccerman58
      Soccerman58 If I use the software as you suggest, would I still be able to use the mixer as a hardware mixing surface while making adjustments in the software please? I like having faders under my fingers, but being able to make adjustments on a monster screen at the same time would be boss. I know they have a digital snake, so presumably the mixer would be at my end of the room. Thanks
      • May 20
    • Soccerman58
      Paul_Vannatto Yes you can use both the mixer and X32-Edit simultaneously. I do it all the time.
      • May 20
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    degreal
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-05-19

    XR18 + XTouch is working great in "xctrl" mode. I cannot figure out how to add XTouch Extender so I don't need to switch fader pages so often. I cannot find "xctrl" mode on my XTouch Extender.

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    • degreal
      NicJonesMT Hi Degreal.
      Unfortunately it isn't possible. The Extender doesnt support XCTL mode so it is not possible to have it connect to an X-Air Mixer.
      • May 20
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    Albert2
    Contributor - Level 1
    2022-05-18

    it would be very useful if the blinking remained when you set the tap delay so as to help keep the time in onemanband executions for example

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    LarzHanson
    Contributor - Level 2
    2022-05-17

    Hi, I had requested a feature update but didn't really explain why. I've been using the Flow 8 a little over a month and love it. I wanted a compact mixer for karaoke and DJ gigs without reverting back to analog, and the Flow 8 fit the bill PERFECTLY. In use, it's been stellar, though I think my feature request might improve it even more. Any time a digital mixer interface can reduce the number of necessary actions while mixing, the better. So here goes:

    I'd love to see an option in settings that can be turned on/off, and when turned on, allows the mixer to return to the main mix after a certain amount of time automatically. I don't know about podcasts or other modern uses, but in my live use, I visit the FX mixes briefly to set the FX for a specific song and singer, then I'm pretty much done in that mix. After that, my concerns are balancing the singers and matching them to the music (main mix). Occasionally, I forget to switch back after I'm done with an FX mix and think I'm adjusting the main mix, but it's still the FX mix. It would be nice to have the mixer automatically return to the main mix after 3-5 seconds of inactivity on any other mix since the main mix is likely the most active mix.

    So, maybe an "Auto Return To Main Mix" option checkbox in settings? Maybe also 3- or 5-second option checkboxes, or a time slider? While I'm asking, is there a possibility to have the LED's surrounding the master knob match the colors of the mixes (magenta for FX, green for monitors, and yellow for main)? Thanks for a great product!

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