Senior moment. I must have confused it with the wing-live format tool....
Neither can I! Maybe you can not, I never did so, just assumed you could. Sorry. That said I did find something worth asking,when you hit the utility button (or the gear icon) there is a settings option for 2 ch/4ch 16 bit or 24 bit. Wondering if they are set at what they should be...maybe no effect but worth the ask.
@MattiaCarrara , I'm starting to suspect that you may have an hardware error on your usb port. Can you try with some fairly brand new usb-stick (less than 32GB) formated on the Wing?
Please try with another Wing if you have that possibility. Otherwise, Contact care support for proper support.
Since the x-touch doesn't require any 3'rd party driver, please check what your windows driver list says about your device.
If you are using the big x-touch controller I'd suggest to use the rtp-midi option using ethernet.
In e.g. chromecast/apple-tv the clients initiates a session through the router/firewall since normally a multicast/broadcast should never enter outside of its own subnet.
In the case of co-pilot the software is a passive listener looking for broadcasts from the Wing(s).
If you are on different physical locations I'd suggest to either setup a VPN or a VLAN depending on how your network is setup.
I just want to confirm that the channel input delay was moved to post fader so that any inserted channel delay wouldn't affect monitor mixes or similar processing.
This was highly requested by monitor engineers.
Are you talking about DAW control using the Mackie MCU protocol?
If that is the case then native DAW remote control only happens on the last eight (buss) faders.
If you want fader control using all faders you need to use Patrick's utility. You may also vote for full surface control on the x32 feature requests on Trello.
Do you just want to select what speaker pair to listen to in your studio?
If that is the case then creating routing presets or snippets is a better way of accomplish speaker switching. Using snippets you can also load the proper eq/processing for you speakers.