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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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    ralfrottmann
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-02-19

    Hi there,

    I just today got my Behringer WING and so far, I'm loving it. However, I've got a strange configuration issue. I've connected a computer (Mac Pro) via USB. I've configured the source accordingly. When I play back a left/right stereo test file from the computer, I do see the levels for left and right channel correctly displayed. Also main out correctly reflects left and right.

    However: On the headphones plugged into the headphone monitor jack, I do hear the left channel on both speakers and nothing when only the right channel playes back.

    Can anybody shed some light on this. I went through every setting twice and run out of options.

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    • ralfrottmann
      billygallagher Hello my name is william with music tribe. Can you tell me what kind of headphones you are using?
      • Feb 19
      • WING: Right channel missing on headphone monitor
        ralfrottmann I'm using beyerdynamics DT 979 headphones. After a console init + firmware update (from 1.01. to 1.10) the issue is gone.
        • Feb 20
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    BrassDragons
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-02-19

    Can two UMC1820 be connected by ADAT cables (In & out) and be used to create 16 tracks in a DAW (Presonus Studio One)?

    I current do have two conected on technical advise, but the main outs and headphones outs on the second unit are not functioning?

    Any advice is appreciated!

    Regards,

    Ralph Martin

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    • BrassDragons
      RexBeckett Hi BrassDragons, no that will not work. You can connect an ADA8200 to the UMC1820 using a pair of ADAT optical connectors,though. That will give you sixteen analog inputs and outputs to/from USB.
      • Feb 19
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    michaelabel
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-02-19

    Hi!

    I really enjoy the very flexible user interface of the WING by putting the channels on the available layers. Using the "View" Button I also use the possibility to have the same channel available on different layers in order to make the fader readily available no matter which layer is activated. Another nice feature (using he "View" Button) is that I can have a "send to fader" (e.g. a send to bus N with effect XYZ) next to the "normal" fader for a channel.

    What I am looking for right now ist to create a fader that applies to one of the send levels to MAIN1 to MAIN4. To give you an idea what I want: We use MAIN1 for our site and MAIN2 for the livestream. Let's imagine a speaker on Channel X that most of the time is routed to MAIN1 and MAIN2 but in specific situations we only want to route to MAIN1. I can turn down or shut off the "send to MAIN2" in the GUI but it would be easier to have Fader A for "send level of Channel X to MAIN1" and Fader B for "send level of Channel X to MAIN2".

    I hope you can follow my (weird?) train of thought. Any ideas on how to implement this?

    Michael

     

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    GiulioGi
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-02-19

    Hello everybody! I need some help, just bought a second hand x2442usb and removing the lateral plastic sides I've realised there are no screws on the metal lateral sides. you can see what I mean in the picture. what kind screw can I use? 
    also I think that faders are not very fluid - but the sound seems good, no scratchy/noisy - what can I use to improve them?
    thank you very much!

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    • GiulioGi
      PedroRodrigues Hi GiulioGi please follow the link below and on the main page please press service and then select Spare Parts to request information on this spare part for your desk https://www.behringer.com/behringer/product?modelCode=P0A0M
      • Feb 19
      • behringer mixer x2442usb lateral sides screws
        GiulioGi thank you very much Pedro I should have already opened a ticket for this, even though I can't find it on my profile, where should it be? but I'd like to know as soon as possible. Also I'd like to know if it's dangerous for the mixer. thank you again
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        • Feb 19
      • behringer mixer x2442usb lateral sides screws
        PedroRodrigues Hi GiulioGi,it should be present if you follow the link below and select Spare Parts and perform a log in https://www.behringer.com/service.html
        • Mon at 1:47 AM
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    DiegoCastanon
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-02-19

    Hello I aquired a Beheringer drum set last year, and tried to register my product in this site before, but the site was not working properly on that time.

    Today my floor tomb stop working and I can't find any information here in Mexico on how to make warranty effective . Any help here?? 

     

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    • DiegoCastanon
      PedroRodrigues Hi DiegoCastanon in this case and considering that in Mexico any assistance is provided by the reseller where the unit was acquired, to proceed with this matter you must contact you reseller. Thank you
      • Feb 19
  • New
    JPlocher
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-02-19

    The Behringer WING Intro and How To Use series videos are great - they explain in detail how to exercise all the features on the mixer.

    But.

    They never explain WHY one would use these features, or how those features are intended to be used together.  Without the WHY, and a mental model of the system's interconnections that I can use to organize everything in my head, the HOW is just noise.  Specifically, does anyone have a block diagram of sorts that showed the possible signal paths from a bunch of different examples, from input to channels / bus's / matrixes / mains and then on to outputs?

    It may sound simple, but, given that any output can effectively be driven by anything, I'm stuck on figuring out _when_ would/should I use a MAIN instead of a BUS or a MATRIX?

    My working scenerio is:

    • CH 1 & 2 are VOX sent to BUS 1
    • CH 3 & 4 are Keys sent to BUS 2
    • BUS 1 and BUS 2 get sent to MATRIX 1 for HOUSE and MATRIX 2 for STREAMING

    Then what?  I can't find a way to send MATRIX 1 to a Main that drives my HOUSE Speakers. Worse, I don't know why I even would want to use MAINs and not simply send MATRIX 1 directly to those outputs.   Where do sound booth monitors and talkback fit in? 

    So many questions...  Thanks for any answers!

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    • JPlocher
      Paul_Vannatto Hi John,

      Welcome to the forum and the digital audio world. I can sympathise with you since that is where I was 8 years ago (Dec 2012) when my church replaced their analog console with the new X32. Since I was the senior sound tech, I was expected to set it up and teach the other volunteer techs. Fortunately I realised that I needed help to understand this new console (and the digital audio in general) and therefore joined the forum and started asking lots and lots (and lots) of questions.

      The Wing is a few levels more complex than the X32. Thus your question as to why is justified. But with the design of the Wing, the better question is "why not". There is no reason why you can't use a matrix output to be assigned to a couple of physical outputs. But because there are 4 stereo Main buses, I prefer to use those first.

      One thing you need to understand is that the Wing is stereo in designed, meaning that everything, including channels, buses, matrixes and Mains are stereo in nature.

      Another thing you need to understand is that inputs are configured in the Routing section as mono, stereo or mid-side. Once any inputs are linked as stereo or mid-side (odd/even inputs), when they are assigned to any channel, that channel becomes a stereo channel. This means that if all inputs are configured as stereo, the Wing could conceivably mix up to 96 inputs.

      The best thing to do, while you are playing with the Wing is to ask questions here. There are many that will be more than willing to answer your questions as they come up.
      • Feb 18
    • JPlocher
      Paul_Vannatto To answer your question regarding matrixes, buses and Mains can be sent to matrixes, not the other way around (by design).

      I tend to use the KISS method with my digital setup. For your example of having 2 vocal and 2 instrument inputs, I wouldn't bother with buses, except for monitor mixes and FX sends. If there is a particular reason to use buses, matrixes, etc., they are there if needed. It is much easier to troubleshoot routing issues if everything is setup as simple as possible.
      • Feb 18
      • New to Digital Mixers / WING - confused and adrift without a user manual for the product...
        JPlocher We are producing a hybrid mix of live audio (readings/preaching) and prerecorded (other readings and virtual choir mixes from those whose necessity keeps remote), with constraints: The Preacher's / Lector's/ Deacon's mics have to be "low" for the PA feed otherwise the PA system causes feedback, but needs to be "high" in the audience speakers and on the "stream" so they can hear things. The recorded playback needs to be "high" on the PA system and the Stream, but "medium" on the audience speakers, etc etc.

        The various vocal mics feel like a BUS, with the ambient/audience mics on another BUS. The ProPresenter audio feed goes on its own AUX-IN-fed channel, and it all sounds (sorry for the pun) like an excellent fit for Matrixes: PA, House, Stream

        Should I feel bad that I'm not using ANY MAINs?
        • Feb 18
      • New to Digital Mixers / WING - confused and adrift without a user manual for the product...
        Paul_Vannatto No not at all (not using Mains). As long as you can follow the signal path through the various buses, matrixes, etc. when something doesn't work. Signal spaghetti can occur just as easily in the digital realm as in the analog realm (with XLR cables all over the stage). But it is much more difficult to follow the digital signal path than it is to grab an XLR cable and follow it from one end to another.

        From what you have explained, you have a PA feed (whatever that is), an audience feed and a livestream feed (outputs). You desire to group speaking inputs and prerecording inputs. To be honest, the Wing seems to be an overkill for those requirements. An X32 or even an XR18/MR18 would work just as well and provide all of the digital control needs for this application. I'm fortunate to have all of these consoles. So I would match the requirements to the appropriate console.
        • Feb 18
    • JPlocher
      KevinMaxwell There are many different ways to set up a digital console. I am one of those people that use Mix Bus as variable groups and I also use the Matrix and DCAs. Below is a couple of things I wrote at other times but it relates to your questions so I am copying it here.

      When I set up a system I EQ the system for linearity, in other words what goes in is what comes out. I never EQ a system to a vocal mic. I feed the like vocal mics to a Mix Bus and I EQ that for gain before feedback. And I usually put other things into Mix Bus sends using them as variable sub groups. And then I route those to the Matrix. And I also take advantage of the DCAs to give me the kind of control I want during a show.

      On the Wing there aren’t the usual effects returns. So I am using the Mains 1-4 as my effects sends. I insert the effect onto the Main and then use that main as the input to an aux channel. Then you can send that aux channel to where ever you want thus putting how much reverb you send to the house (matrix) and how much if any to the Mix Bus that you use for each monitor. Or out to a matrix that feeds your broadcast/Streaming feed.

      Where are you located? I am in SW CT near NYC.
      • Feb 18
    • JPlocher
      GeorgeDougherty Here's how I just configured a wing for a church doing a similar mixing arrangement. As Kevin mentioned, I use buses for monitor sends and several subgroups to process and gel together drums, instruments, vocals and speaking microphones. Most channels feed through a mixbus where I set feedback notching for speaking mics, etc. Music playback sources go straight to mains.

      Main 1 is my stereo master mix, Main 2 is a variable feed for subs, Main 3 is Stream only routing and Main 4 is Room only routing. I don't EQ or process anything on the main mixes, it's just for simple routing to endpoints from mix channels and auxes.

      Matrix 1 is a stereo send to the Stream
      Matrix 2 and 3 route to separate in-building audio outputs (foyer and cry room eq'd and delayed independently to align with bleed from the house system),
      Matrix 7 and 8 are the house outputs and sub outputs respectively. I always use 7/8 for system outs just because.
      I also used Matrix 6 for nearfield monitors EQ'd, delayed, and balanced to fill in clarity at the mix position which is outside direct coverage of the house system.

      Main 1 sends to Matrix 1, 2, 3, 6, 7 The send to Matrix 7 is at -10db and 0db everywhere else This naturally increases the level into the Matrix 1 where I use a compressor/limiter.
      Main 2 sends only to Matrix 8 also at -10db.
      Main 3 sends only to Matrix 1 at 0db
      Main 4 sends to Matrix 6, 7 at -10db, and potentially 2/3 as well.
      In addition to these, the Speaking subgroup sends to both Main 1 and Matrix 1 with a 5db boost to the Matrix. This gives a ~11db boost to help balance comfortable ~75db speaking volumes with ~85-90db music volumes in the stream where we expect volume levels to be more consistent.
      I also route all my Fx outputs into Main 1 and Main 4 (Room Only) with Main 4 send at -3db so I get a net 3db boost into the room. This helps balance Fx levels between the house and broadcast where the room needs more to overcome room acoustics but become heavy-handed when listened to in headphones or a TV at home.

      This routing scenario with Room only routing also affords us the flexibility to handle all kinds of additional scenarios where we may add a zoom call that comes into the board from our streaming system for video mixing in vMix but we don't want to send incoming audio back over to the streaming feed.
      • Tue at 3:43 PM
      • New to Digital Mixers / WING - confused and adrift without a user manual for the product...
        JPlocher This is slowly sinking in - thanks!

        It sounds like: Mains and Matrixes are similar, except that ... (not sure here? Is it that Mains can feed into other things where Matrixes can't?)

        I'm currently routing matrixes to outputs (speakers, stream...) because I can control the levels of the bus's and channels feeding into them, but (check me here...) I could instead feed those same bus's and channels into some of the Mains and do the same thing. Right?
        • Tue at 3:54 PM
      • New to Digital Mixers / WING - confused and adrift without a user manual for the product...
        Paul_Vannatto Mains are actually buses (specialised) that can feed matrixes. Matrixes cannot feed anything. All can be assigned to physical outputs.
        • Tue at 6:22 PM
  • New
    RobertHatfield
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-02-18

    Hi I have a behringer mpa200bt speaker that is asking for a code it will not let me access anything on it I have never put a code on it where do I find the code or how can I bypass it 

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    • RobertHatfield
      PedroRodrigues Hi RobertHatfield please input PIN code: 0000, this will work if effectively no other pin code was set up. Thank you
      • Feb 19
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    jakethepegjake
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-02-18

    I connected XENYX 1832USB to computer via cable

    Checked the Sound setting on computer and I get sound from computer to mixer but it is faint and distorted

    I replaced USB cable - did not resolve

    I tried on a different computer - did not resolve

    I switched off all settings on mixer and removed conneted devices but no luck

    Can anyone help? is this a config issue or is the unit faulty?

    thanks

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    • jakethepegjake
      PedroRodrigues Hi jakethepegjake, please consider that the XENYX 1832USB only allows a stereo bidirectional signal via USB, the unit must be connected directly via USB 2.0 port and the sample rate available on the unit and you must use is 48 kHz 16-bit, for a video guide please follow the link below:
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FUlEd98BaHU
      I hope this helps
      • Feb 19
      • Problem with USB connection to computer on XENYX 1832USB
        jakethepegjake Many thanks Pedro,
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        • Feb 19
      • Problem with USB connection to computer on XENYX 1832USB
        jakethepegjake I can confirm USB and 48KHz 16-bit ok. Latest diagnostic is that sound from USB is fine on MAIN OUT but not on CONTROL ROOM and HEADPHONES. I tried a different source (not USB) and both CONTROL ROOM and HEADPHOES seem to work fine. What do you think is the problem? is this a fault with unit USB or PFL?
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        • Feb 19
      • Problem with USB connection to computer on XENYX 1832USB
        PedroRodrigues Hi jakethepegjake, confirm that you are connecting the XENYX 1832USB direcly to your computer via USB 2.0 port avoiding any USB Hub's and USB adaptors.
        • Mon at 1:45 AM
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    cottonmouth1
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-02-18

    Hi

    I have an FCA 610 and am trying to download the driver from Behringer.

    It will let me download for the bigger FCA 1616 but then keeps saying to connect my device.

    I have the FCA 610 connected, but it doesn't seem to recognize it. I know that the 610 is now a legacy product, but it should still be supported I would have thought.

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    • cottonmouth1
      PedroRodrigues Hi cottonmouth1 , please consider that the FCA610 is a legacy unit so you may encounter issues implementing this unit on more recent operating system. Please also consider that it may be useful to update the firmware for this unit and installing the latest driver released to increase the units stability but still you must consider that we are dealing with a legacy unit and implementing this unit on a more recent Operating system will be full of challenges or virtual impossible. Please try to implement this unit on legacy operating systems, to access any resources for this unit please follow the link below https://www.behringer.com/behringer/product?modelCode=P0A3B .Thank you
      • Feb 19
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