If you manually assign the IP address in the X32, make sure the first 3 numbers are identical with those of the router and other devices and the last number is unique. The other thing to remember is when you assign an IP on the X32, it does not go into effect unless you press the 6th encoder to enable it.
If the X32 firmware is 2.10 or newer, you can also enable the DHCP (first encoder - press it to enable/disable) and let the router provide an IP address.
Good to hear that this worked for you @DavidSelf - and a great song you referenced
I would suggest that you click on the Accept as Solution so that others later with a similar scenario can quickly find the solution.
Yes you had the channel sends post fader. That means that DCAs would affect both Main LR and the sends. I changed the taps to post EQ and renamed bus 1/2 to IEM. Use bus 1/2 for your IEM and the Main LR for the main speakers. Then the DCAs will work on Main LR only.
Hey @lwright1982, I may have gotten your scenario mixed up with another one that I had been helping with (with a DCA issue). Reading back to the previous posts, are you having problems getting inputs from the S32? If so it is because you have the inputs assigned to the Card inputs (Routing, home (Inputs)). Change that to the AES50 (A or B) to get signals from the stagebox. Also ignore that scene file I attached, since I thought I was fixing a DCA issue.
The only non-instrument channel that has a DCA assignment is channel 9 (R1). But it is not being sent to any buses other than bus 13 to Fx 1 (Vintage Room). What is also odd is that the input assignments are all coming in from the Card, other than the Aux Ins. Also Output 1 (on Routing, Output 1-16) is assigned to Main L, not bus 1.
Attached is my suggested fix. I have assigned bus 1 to Output 1 and sent channel 9 to buses 1/2 (pre-EQ).
Yes the Dante has to be the master clock. Make sure the console synchronization is set to Exp. Card. Sorry for the confusion. I had initially replied to the OP, then realized it was an old post.
To attach your scene file, you have to zip it first, then attach the zip file. They are working on fixing the .scn and .snp file extension attachment error.
Hi @lwright1982 ,
A few things I would suggest offhand
* Check the syncronization - X32 must be set to Internal
* Connect AES50 cable to A port of the S32. It doesn't get the word clock from its B port
* Attach your scene file anyways (even if you are certain there is no routing issue). More eyes are always a help.
I've just been finding it difficult to navigate the new forums and find stuff that I can respond constructively to.
Your not alone Craig. We're still trying to get it fixed. But it is like steering a super tanker (they don't turn on a dime)...