can you please explain how you can route Bus 9+ to Bus 1-8 ( I assume this is to send effects to busses the old x32 way.
Yes it is. The easiest way (IMO) is to select bus 9 (or whatever bus you are using for the FX). Then on the touchscreen, on the bottom screen, send to the buses 1-8 as desired. You will notice that the first 8 strips are buses and the second 8 strips are matrixes (matrix 1-8).
Lastly, More detail on New Routing page to assign source to channels? What changed?
The routing pages are used to setup the sources, not assign sources to channels. That is done on the channel strip second screen. What has changed is the Copy Customization below the Main and Alt assignments. Instead of pressing on the >> to transfer it from left to right, drag the customization in either direction.
:edit: Correction to my comment about the new routing page. I forgot about that new page. In the Routing section, at the top are the inputs and outputs icons. In between those two is a new icon for this new page. Sorry for the confusion.
Any advise how to set up the Wing console to stream online.
Since the Wing has 4 stereo Mains, use one of them (eg. Main 2) as your streaming main and assign that main left and right to the USB Out first 2 outputs.
Hi Joe @Jwsoundz19 ,
Someone recently posted a link to a site that was selling these. If I can find the post, I'll provide the link. Otherwise, you could submit a request by selecting the Support on the menu above. Make sure you fill out all of the fields (or it will give an error).
:edit: Found the link here.
As for the Talkback: ...I sent the TB to MixBus1, then switched P16's CH16 to that for the TB and left 15 alone as the click.
Actually there is an easier way to assign TB to Ultranet (P16) ch 16. Do it on the Routing, Ultranet screen (far right on X32-Edit, or last one on the list on the console).
my 15/16 in the P16s was my click/count-in tracks. I really only need one for that, but I couldn't find a way to make it mono in logic, so I had left it spread over those until now.
You can send them to a mixbus (eg. bus 1), then assign that mixbus to Ultranet (P16) ch 15. Attached is an updated scene file with these changes.
Be extremely careful with the new bus to bus mixing. An old snapshot (originally one I had from an M32) that I converted to the wing, was active on the Wing when I updated the firmware.
Yes Kevin, please reconvert those M32 scene files using either XM32 to Wing converter 0.80 or the new Wing Snipshot Toolbox. The converter properly converts bus sends to matrixes as well as correctly converts stereo linked channel strips (including channels, buses and matrixes) to the Wing equivalent.
Hey Vern @VernonGraner , would it have anything to do with the fact that most apps use TCP/IP for the ethernet communication, whereas the X-Air/M-Air/X32/M32 uses UDP? Could there be issues with the firewall and UDP on port 10023?
I just released the initial version of a new Wing Snipshot Toolbox. I have taken the liberty of coining this new term, snipshot, to describe a snippet (or partial) of a snapshot. Hopefully this will be officially adopted when they add snippet-like functionality to the Wing (no ETA yet).
* A toolbox of various Wing snipshot tools - Snipshots are shippets of snapshots. * Converts X32/M32 scene files to the Wing snipshot (partial snapshot) files. * Generate a snipshot to enable/disable automix (second insert). * An editor for snapshot/snipshot JSON files.
I just released an update (0.80) to the XM32 Scene to Wing snapshot converter with some bug fixes and enhancements.
Please note that this version works with the new Wing firmware (1.06), due to the new feature of bus-to-bus sends (and does not work correctly with firmware 1.05 and older). It also now correctly converts stereo linked channel strips to the Wing equivalent.
Also note that this is also included in the new Wing Snipshot Toolbox.
Bug Fixes * Aux In pan was always set to 0 - fixed.
Enhancements * Changed mixbus and Main sends to matrix JSON values for firmware 1.06 bus-to-bus new feature. * Added conversion of X32 stereo linked channels, buses and matrix to Wing equivalent.