Cubase/Nuendo have extensive control room capabilities. I highly recommend that you look into Greg Ondo from Steinberg and his tutorials on the subject.
Using the cubase control room will give you access to integrated monitoring and cue sends that you otherwise won’t have access to.
There is no such thing as a firewire/usb converter.
I have seen dongles that claims to be firewire/usb adapters but they do not work for this application. The reason being that this adapter is suited for video cameras where the firewire connector actually also provided usb signals. This is normally not the case for other types of devices, including yours.
Your best bet is to get an older/used computer with firewire or a mac with some thunderbolt port and use a firewire adaptor for it.
The goto daw on the cheaper side is Reaper. You can evaluate it for some time and then pay a minor $60 for it.
You can also try Ardour which is completely free.
While not free, LiveProfessor is commonly used as a plugin host when a daw is an overkill.
@randomhouse wrote: Bump, as I'm guessing we both still need support. Did you ever manage to get through on the phone? I'm just getting a busy signal. They say 1-business day turnaround for email, but I haven't received a reply there, either...
Care support only opperates via the support page. There are no active phone numbers or email addresses for customer support.
For Behringer support requests, please visit https://music.secure.force.com/SupportForm?brand=behringer&rt=gnt
There was a firmware update that made the faders faster/more responsive.
The newer m32 had this update from the start so the faders were perceived to be faster than the older m32.
If the older m32 is updated with the latest firmware then the faders should move at the same speed as the newer m32.
Looking at the buttons, some cosmetic changes were made. There should be no sonic or operational difference between the older and newer m32.
I don’t think that it is related, but your serial suggests an old console (2014?) with a depleted battery since the clock is stuck.
Was this console actually shipped with an x-usb and not an x-uf card?
Your best approach would be to use a ’virtual patchbay’ that you can find in the OUT and P16 routing. Then you assign your Card output to be either P16 or OUT depending on your routing.
I am a webcaster not an audio engineer, so I appreciate any help.
Here is a link to a google drive folder containing an audio diagram and the scene off my X32
I want to be able to bring in my commentator mic (AVIO in CH-1) into the X32, (this is already working) I need to apply the gate, eq, dyn and FX Compressor/Limiter... before it gets send back out the Dante Channel to VMix running DVS.
Also, the only way I have figured out how to get a MixBus on a Dante channel is a physical loop from Aux out 1 into CH16 (for example)
Is it possible to assign a MixBus to a Dante channel (virtually) without the need for a physical loop?