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    FlipF
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-02-26

    My Wing was just returned from replacing the warranted malfunctioning touch screen, and now the headphone jacks built in on either side of the console are not working.  I pressed the Monitor Section 'View' and confirmed there is signal.  I also plugged the headphones directly into AUX OUT 7 & 8 which had sound.  I would appreciate any thoughts on what else to try.  

    Thanks

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    • FlipF
      GaryHiggins Mon A (headphones) needs to be routed to aux7/8 and Mon A needs to be the focus..maybe it got changed somehow. I think B is for monitor speakers and C is both...
      • Feb 26
    • FlipF
      FlipF Mon A is routed to AUX OUT 7/8 (See photo). I did not change anything on my settings, and even tried reloading ‘snapshots’ in case something was just hung up somehow...
      • Feb 26
      • Behringer Wing built-in headphone jacks not working
        GaryHiggins Have you always had mon B on aux 1/2? How is your monitor set A, B or C? Mine does not have that for 1/2, and is on A. Curious if that might be it, sorry. Another thought is maybe initialize it, and check it (with all your scenes stored safely) Also what firmware?
        • Feb 26
      • Behringer Wing built-in headphone jacks not working
        FlipF First, thanks for continuing to throw out some ideas!
        • Feb 26
      • Behringer Wing built-in headphone jacks not working
        FlipF Yes, I use Aux 1/2 for studio monitors and I have the monitor set on A for headphones, but I also use B and A+B depending on what I’m doing. I’ve tried all of them.
        I tried to re-initialize it and nothing changed. I am using the latest firmware 1.10.1.
        .
        • Feb 26
      • Behringer Wing built-in headphone jacks not working
        GaryHiggins Wow...2 last ideas. Try unrouting aux 1/2. I kind of recall having an issue with using both and getting problems at one time, maybe it was a setting...or maybe I dreamt it. Worth a shot. Last but not least. If you want to post your snap, I will load it and see if I can still hear my phones...that would eliminate some odd setting in your setup. If mine works I would say maybe you need to send it out again....REAL BUMMER...hope not. I will look around my desk some more, maybe I see something else. BTW, you can attach the snap (I think) on your original post by using the edit button. The original poster supposedly can do this.
        • Feb 27
    • FlipF
      FlipF I already tried it with and without Aux 1/2 assigned but no change. I just did it again to make sure.
      Also, I tried to upload a snapshot but it said it’s an invalid file type.
      • Feb 27
    • FlipF
      FlipF I’ve tried it with and without the monitors assigned to Aux 1/2. It made no difference. I just tried it again just to be sure.

      I also tried to upload a snapshot, but it said it’s an invalid file type, or something like that. It won’t upload.

      I really appreciate you trying to sort this out. It’s very frustrating, and the lack of ability to reach Technical Support in a reasonable time frame (and only via email), is just making it all worse. It took just under a month to get the screen replaced, and I can’t afford that kind of downtime, let alone to do it again if it does indeed need to be shipped back. I keep hoping I’ve just done something dumb and it’s easily fixable…

      Thanks again!
      • Feb 27
    • FlipF
      FlipF Now, as I finished posting, and went back recording, the touchscreen FROZE!!! I had to turn the machine off and restart it to get it to work.
      • Feb 27
      • Behringer Wing built-in headphone jacks not working
        GaryHiggins Sorry, have you tried reloading that firmware again, or an earlier version? You can use Dropbox or similar, copy the link in your post. We do that here often. You have to attach from your original opening thread, can’t do it on later ones so I’ve heard. Dropbox links will work any time. .
        • Feb 27
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    Robbinsegg1
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-02-19

    I am trying to find out a way to change the footswitch function to punch in/punch out.

    Behringer has a program that allows this for the regular X Touch, but it seems there isn't one for the X Touch One.

    I haven't found any documentation for this, can anyone help me?

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    • Robbinsegg1
      WilliamR 1. The device ID for x-touch one is 0x41
      2. Make sure the x-touch one is in MIDI or CC mode, otherwise it will behave like a Mackie unit with emulation of the 8 fader blocks
      Protocol in MIDI/CC mode:
      X-Touch-one MIDI mode implementation:
      Buttons (standard MIDI mode):
      - Note on #0..34 (push: velocity 127, release: velocity 0)
      Buttons (MIDI CC mode):
      - CC #0..34 (push: value 127, release: value 0)
      Button Leds:
      - Note on #0..34 (velocity 0..63: off, velocity 64: flash, velocity
      65..127: on)
      - CC #0..34 (value 0..63: off, value 64: flash, value 65..127: on)
      Fader:
      - Control change 70 (receive and transmit)
      Fader Touch:
      - Note on #110 (touch: velocity 127, release: velocity 0)
      Encoder:
      - absolute mode: Control change 80 (value 0..127)
      - relative mode: Control change 80 (increment: value 65, decrement: value 1)
      Encoder Ring:
      - Control change 80 (value 0..127)
      Jog Wheel:
      - Control change 88 (turn CW: value 65, CCW: value 1)
      Meter Leds:
      - Control change 90 (value 0..127)
      Foot Switch:
      - Control change 64 (push: velocity 127, release: velocity 0)
      LCD:
      - sysex (hex) F0 00 20 32 41 4C 00 cc c1 .. c14 F7
        - cc: bits 0-2: backlight color (black, red, green, yellow, blue, magenta, cyan, white)
        - cc: bit 4: invert upper half of LCD
        - cc: bit 5: invert lower half of LCD
        - c1..c14: ascii characters (1..7: upper half, 8..14: lower half)
      Segment Displays:
      - sysex (hex) F0 00 20 32 41 37 s1 .. s12 d1 d2 F7
        - s1..s12: segment data (bit 0: segment a, .. bit 6: segment g)
        - d1: dots for displays 1..7 (bit 0: display 1, .. bit 6: display 7)
        - d2: dots for displays 8..12 (bit 0: display 8, .. bit 4: display 12)
      • Feb 19
    • Robbinsegg1
      Robbinsegg1 I thank you for replying. Sadly I’m not savvy on how to implement all of this info you’ve kindly supplied. The unit works as normal except for the footswitch, as far as I can tell. The way it behaves when the pedal is pressed is it goes into a rapid play stop, play stop, over and over. The only way to stop it is to unplug the pedal. I Logic Pro I tried to learn the pedal for record Toggle, but the same thing happens, just flashing repeated rapid record/stop instead.
      • Feb 19
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    KevinTweddle
    Contributor - Level 2
    2021-02-13

    Hi,   How would I wire these up to control XR 18 and Logic from my X Touch (Universal) please.  Is it possible to run all via ethernet cables?

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    • KevinTweddle
      RexBeckett Hi Kevin, this is explained in the MIDI Documentation. You can download it by clicking on Documentation at the riht side of the product page: https://www.behringer.com/product.html?modelCode=P0B1X

      When using the X-Touch for control of an XR18 and a DAW, I believe the PC must be controlled through the X-Touch's USB port.
      • Feb 13
      • Wanting to connect X Touch, XR18 and Logic Pro X (imac). How to wire up.
        RexBeckett Yes, you need the XR18's USB port connected to the PC to record/play audio. I think you will get much better response using wired Ethernet. The built-in Wifi is rather slow.
        • Feb 16
      • Wanting to connect X Touch, XR18 and Logic Pro X (imac). How to wire up.
        KevinTweddle Thanks Rex. So to clarify...I now have an ethernet cable from my home router to a 1Gig switch box (to expand my outputs). The X-Touch and XR18 are also both connected by ethernet cables (all Cat 6) to the switch box. I have the X Touch (midi)USB connected to PC . Does the USB cable from the XR18 for audio in/out now go back to X-Touch via one of the two USB Hub sockets on the X Touch? Sorry for all the questions. Most of the Youtube videos and Behringer instructions just show how the 3 way system works but don't explain or show you exactly how it's wired.
        • Feb 16
      • Wanting to connect X Touch, XR18 and Logic Pro X (imac). How to wire up.
        RexBeckett I would connect the XR18 USB directly to the PC. USB hubs can often cause problems with audio.
        • Feb 16
      • Wanting to connect X Touch, XR18 and Logic Pro X (imac). How to wire up.
        KevinTweddle Great . Thank you. So both USB cables (from X Touch main and XR18 go to two USB sockets on PC?) I'll give that a try! Hopefully getting close to getting result now thanks to you Rex.
        • Feb 16
  • New
    SpockAndStepR
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-01-29

    can someone send me the Controller addresses for the Behringer Odyssey? I've been trying to automate some parameters in my DAW and I haven't been able to find the controller addresses in the manual.

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    • SpockAndStepR
      DavidKnighton Hello Spock,
      I'm not certain you can automate parameters on the Odyssey. It's completely analog workflow, no digital controls. What exactly are you hoping to automate with this synth?
      • Jan 29
      • Behringer Odyssey Controller addresses
        SpockAndStepR the filter frequency. I was watching a tutorial on how to route midi from FL studio to my analog synthesizer, (it worked) and while I was watching it, it said that I could "control" any parameter of an analog synth by finding out the Controller addresses... if my initial post was worded kinda weird, here's a link to the video:
        https://youtu.be/xRRaeCw7P2Y?t=111
        • Jan 29
  • New
    Manofc
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-01-27

    Greetings, Just getting started with my X touch Compact. I plug it into my new PC laptop ... My computer sees it but X touch editor doesnt?

     

    Carl

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    • Manofc
      PedroRodrigues Hi Manofc regarding setting up your unit please be aware that X-TOUCH COMPACT has 16 endless encoder, searches have a detent and push function (not illuminated), and a13-segment amber L E D ring. The top row of 8 knobs are typically used in Digital Audio Workstation (DAW)applications for fine control of parameters such as level or pan control of channel s 1to 8, and the 8-knob son the right can be used for individual level and EQ adjustments.
      Select buttons – these 3 x 8 buttons are typically used for DAW mixer channel applications such as solo or mute of channel s 1to 8 .
      Faders – these touch-sensitive motorized 100 mm faders are typically used for fine control of level functions in DAW applications. There are 8 channel faders and 1 master on the right. The faders can also be used for draw bar control of virtual organs. For this use, the value range can be inverted in the X - TOUCH editor software (min = 12 7, max = 0). Typical drawbar organ printing (16’, 5 1 ⁄3’, 8,etc.) can be found next to the fader numbers (1,2,3..).
      Select buttons – these 9 buttons are typically used for lighting applications (spot light on/off),and sample triggering (notes on/off).
      MC button – this select button can also be used to switch the unit between Mackie Control mode and standard mode. See the “Getting Started” section for more details.
      Select buttons – these 6 buttons are typically used for DAW transport applications (e.g. p lay, rec, stop). They can also be reconfigured using the X - TOUCH editor software.
      Layer A and B buttons – these 2buttons allow se lection between preset layer A (mixer control) and B (instrument control), in standard mode. In MC mode, there are different assignments. Presets can be saved or loaded to and from the computer using the X-TOUCH editor software.
      LED section – these L EDs show the status of the X - TOUCH COMPAC T : INTERFACE USB – lit when the unit is connected correctly to the USB port of a live computer MIDI IN – lit when MIDI data is received MIDI OUT – lit when MIDI data is sent out FOOTSW – lit when the foot switch is in operation FOOT EXP – lit when the expression pedal is in operation MODE MC – lit when the unit is in Mackie Control mode
      USB HUB – these 2 USB type A connectors are used for connecting external USB hardware such as a USB mouse, a keyboard, USB MIDI controllers such as the X - TOUCH M I N I, and USB M I DI keyboards. The Hub communicates directly to the computer and not to the X - TOUCH COMPACT. Each connector can supply 5V USB power. The hub is only active when the X - TOUCH COMPACT is powered on, and in USB mode, connected to a live computer via the USB MIDI connector.
      USB MIDI – this USB type B connector is used to connect to a computer’s USB port for MIDI data transfer (send/receive), and USB Hub communications. The X - TOUCH COMPACT will operate in USB mode when connected to a live computer via the supplied USB cord. I t can also operate in stand-a lone mode with no USB connection

      MIDI OUT – this 5-pin DIN connector sends MIDI data to external MIDI devices. In USB mode, the X - TOUCH COMPACT only sends MIDI data received directly from the host computer. In stand-a lone mode, it sends M I DI data from the X - TOUCH COMPAC T, merged with any MIDI IN signals.
      MIDI IN – this5-pin DIN connector receives MIDI data from external M I DI devices. In USB mode, the X - TOUCH COMPACT routes any incoming MIDI data only to the host computer. In stand-a lone mode, it routes it to the MIDI OUT connector (thru data) and sends it to the X - TOUCH COMPACT (parameter feedback).
      Foot Control Expression Pedal – this ¼ " connector is used for a standard swell pedal for continuous MIDI data control. The editor software allows control over the MIDI data assignment and control behavior.
      Foot Control Foot Switch – this ¼ " connector is used for a standard sustain pedal for momentary or toggle MIDI data control. The editor software allows control over the MIDI data assignment, switch behaviour and polarity.
      The X-TOUCH COMPACT is a very useful helper to expand software DAW/instrument control with 39 handy illuminated buttons,16 rotary push-encoders, and 9 touch-sensitive motorized 100 mm faders. It can also be used as a stand-alone trigger controller for mobile/ live performance. It has predefined standard MIDI assignments in 2 selectable preset layers: A (mixer control) and B (instrument control),and an MC(Mackie Control) mode. Editing (if required) can be done using the free X-TOUCH editor software. Alternatively, your DAW or soft instrument can “learn” the assigned X-TOUCH COMPACT functions.
      The X-TOUCH COMPACT is a USB Class Compliant MIDI device, and so no driver installation is required. This application is the only way that the MIDI functions of the unit can be edited, and the firmware updated.
      To switch between standard operating mode and MC (Mackie Control) mode, press and hold down the MC button in the bottom left corner, and then turn on the unit’s power switch.
      Keep holding down the MC button until the MC MODE LED lights continuously to show that the unit is in MC mode. The unit will stay in the current mode even when the unit is turned on or off. Repeat this procedure to change back to standard mode, only this time, make sure the MC MODE LED turns off instead.
      The X-TOUCH COMPACT will detect if a computer is connected to the USB MIDI socket: If it is, then USB Mode is active. If not, then it will automatically switch to Stand Alone Mode.
      For more information on how to set up this unit please follow the link below
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bFFLc9d-AH0

      Thank you
      • Jan 28
  • New
    aronwilson
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-01-26

    Hi,

    I have an x touch that I can't get to connect with a new Macbook Pro (M1 chip, Big Sur)  I have tried to update the firmware from 1.15 to 1.21 but SysEx librarian won't send the firmware to the X touch and it also did not work on a PC using Bome SendSX.  Do you know how I might update the firmware.

     

    Or maybe the X touch can't be used with the new M1 chip?

     

     

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    • aronwilson
      PedroRodrigues Hi aronwilson Please consider that new Macs with Apple M1 (ARM-based) processors are not yet officially supported. Audio issues with m1 are purely Apple‘s domain or can also be DAW related, as our devices are class compliant and do not need drivers under Mac OS. Thank you
      • Jan 25
    • aronwilson
      Callaman Hi . I updated my X Touch and SysEx directly on my MacMini M1 and everything seems to work perfectly except one thing. When I touch a fader the lcd reacts and works but it will not select the track just by touching the fader as it did before. Before , just by touching faders it selected the track on the x touch and daw also . Now I have to press the select Botton . Not a big issue but slows down the workflow just a little. Hope my English is comprehencible . Thanx
      • Jan 28
    • aronwilson
      aronwilson Update: I was able to follow the solution presented here: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/252207923
      • Jan 28
  • New
    tkloppholz
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-01-23

    Hi there,

    i recently bought a x-touch compact for my xr18 to avoid the tablet controls.

    i've read the pooly written manual and surfed the poorly created website. - 

    The connections are 1:1 as in the manual, but the midi notes seems to be a way off (like the first fader is the second channel and so on and so on.

    there is a firmware update for the x touch compact, (the 1.12 ) with a realy funny name (note: Never add MAIN TEST MERGE to a firmware name. it is highly amteur like and i guess the "all Software packages for windows are in version NEW, NEEW, NEEEW and NEEEEW available)

    How do i flash the firmware ?

    how do i configure the xr18 ?

    and how why should we be nice to behringer when they deliver such a crap ?

     

    greetings Thomas

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    Boomboom354
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-01-23

    Is the X Touch One compatible with Pro Tools 2020-12? I keep getting error messages under the HUi protocol. Works fine in Studio One, so I know it's not my connections.

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    Volkant
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-01-18

    Hi, i have behringer bcr2000. When i turn on it, "Load" text appears on screen and only store and learn buttons are light. 

    The device does not respond at all. Sometimes all lights are on or 888888 characters are displayed on the screen, but mostly the load screen is displayed. 

    I can not use the device in any way. What can I do?

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    • Volkant
      DavidKnighton Hello Volkant,
      Is the device previously owned or have you yourself owned it for some time? Are you attempting to interface it to a DAW or instrument? You may want to submit a technical support request using the SUPPORT tab at the top of the page. Provide as much details on your setup, as well as any history with the device.
      • Jan 18
      • Bcr2000 "Load"problem
        Volkant I created a ticket so maybe I can get an answer sooner, I wrote it here too
        I took the device from a friend last week and he told me that it works without any problems He also sent a photo, but when I turn on the device, load text appears on the screen most of the time and I cannot do anything, sometimes the lights and the screen text change automatically I sent the youtube link, please watch it.
        • Jan 18
      • Bcr2000 "Load"problem
      • Bcr2000 "Load"problem
        DavidKnighton Hello Volkant,
        It's difficult to tell what's going on in the video, looks sporadic. It almost looks like it's losing power intermittently. I would check to ensure the power cable is making a proper fit. Beyond that, it might be have a boot issue.
        • Jan 19
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    КонстантинКаза
    Contributor - Level 2
    2021-01-16

    Hello is there a version X-Touch Editor for MacOS 

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