Welcome to the forum. Yes you can setup routing to provide for the Aviom and FOH outputs. Please provide more info as to how you currently have the Aviom connecte to the X32 and what routing you are currently using. Better yet, export your scene to a file (using the Utility button), zip it and attach it here. That way we can know what is available (routing-wise) for the additional FOH outputs.
Mute groups only groups the channel's main fader mutes, not the sends mutes to mixbuses. That said, muting a channel also mutes the sends to the mixbuses. In other words channel sends have 2 levels of mutes: channel mutes and sends mutes. Mute groups only group the first level.
The Scribble strips don’t invert on the large X32-Mix desk...I have noted that this problem has been reported for many months and my desk is 3 weeks old and still has the problem. I also read that Behringer are aware or the problem but are not doing anything about it....they don’t even reply to emails etc...makes me think is there anything else wrong with the product..... they try to up their game by selling professional equipment yet treat costumers like amateurs.
I think you know by now not to believe everything you read elsewhere There is another thread here that discusses this same issue and has the solution reported by @Rags on the second page and I provided a link to the firmware 3.07 just below his solution (which requires loading 3.07, then 3.09).
Someone there mentioned about another post back in October that reported this issue. I asked for the link to that post, since I don't remember reading it, and got no response. And since you've been around here for awhile, you know we treat everyone here with respect and try our best to provide answers, tips, tricks and solutions. But malign our beloved X32 in anyway and you will probably get an ear full
You can insert to the Main LR, then send to a matrix bus pair and insert there. That's about all you can do with the Main LR for inserts. Which Fx are you wanting to insert?
Welcome to the forum. The X-Air Edit is only available for the Mac, PC, linux and Raspberry Pi. The best iPad app is Mixing Station Pro. For years, this has been the android app of choice for the X-Air and X32 consoles. Recently the developer has ported it over to the iPad iOS platform. Highly recommended (found on the Apple store).