August Swentor;160032 wrote:
Hi folks, first post here. I was hoping to get some help hooking up a few pieces of semi-old Behringer stuff. I have a Eurorack UB2442 FX-Pro, Ultra-Dyne Pro, Ultra-Curve Pro and finally an Edison EX-1 going into a pair of Behringer powered monitors. Just looking to get the best out of this gear and desperately need someone to write out instructions on the best way to hook it all together and keep it simple. I believe I have the cables to do this, I just need a wiring diagram to hopefully get this right. Ins to outs, sends and returns etc. Any help would be greatly appreciated as I'm lost. Thank you in advance. -BILL-
August Swentor;160142 wrote:
Thanks Ken, Yeah, I have all the gear listed as well as guitars basses etc.
I acquired this gear some time ago and never set it up properly. To record, Im basically going
into my Roland 880-EX(I know, ancient!) from the board, at least that's the way it was set up. It's a very simple set up with no computer and such. So what I guess I'm looking for out of this set up is, pretty much all the gear will/should be set up for the busses and for overall total mix on output to speakers. I hope this helps and you're probably saying, "really, thats all you want to do with this stuff"? So, my guitar is direct, no amp. As well as drum machine, direct box for bass etc.
I appreciate the help. I know this should be an easy hook up but, I'm frustrated and lost and need the help, thanx again,
August Swentor;160194 wrote:
It isn't the gear that I'm connecting to the mixer. It's the gear itself. With the Ultra-Dyne, Ultra-curve and the Edison. What im looking for is the best way to hook it together. I assume they will all be hooked together with the ins and outs and the sends and returns. For the life of me, I can't remember the order of the gear. Or with the send and return cables that I have, I can't remember where they go and why. Really, this was easy at one point in my life and I've been out of the loop for a long time so, a wiring diagram for(dummies) these units is greatly appreciated. So far, all the info has also been appreciated.