Can any one give me step by step how to route to get all audio from house to obs from usb card I already have driver installed i see some audio going through but when we live stream there is no audio what are the right routing settings for streaming
Do a search on the forum for OBS and X32. This has been discussed and answered a few times in the last few weeks.
:edit: Here is one of the recent threads.
How do I set up routing for playback (to hear previously recorded tracks) and record overdubs or additional tracks through the x-32?
The most efficient way to do this is to assign Card 1-2 to the Aux In Remap (Record mode). The stereo outputs from the DAW (assigned to outputs 1/2) will come into the Aux 1/2 channel strips.
:edit: I just had a look at the fixed scene file and Aux 1 source has been assigned USB L. Change that to Crd01.
We experienced exactly the same problem last night with the X18 air as is being reported....worked perfectly until the concert hall filled up with people (on their phones) and the Ipad lost connectivity with the desk...no matter what we did no connection..
A few times we got an authetication error.....this is a BAD problem BEHRINGER !!!!!!....VERY emabarrasing.
If you had done your research, you would have seen that we've been telling everyone since the X-Air was released to use an external dual band wifi router for any live events.
@PatrickGMaillot wrote: Maybe I'm missing something... If one can set the source of Aux7&8 to just about anything [but not a card input], the Input routing has a limited set of options for Aux Inputs, and Aux7 and 8 are not listed there.
If you set Aux In Remap (Record mode) to Card 1-6, on the USB channel strips, these will be listed in the source list.
Every time I look at those two channels on the AUX layer sitting there doing nothing (because I never use a USB stick in the studio) it's disappointing. If I could get a card input on those two channels, then with the current capability to remap AUX 1 through 6, I could get all my track channels back that I lose by having one input bank set to local.
The USB L and USB R channel strips (Aux 7/8) sources (config screen) has the identical list of inputs available as any other channel strip. These are made available from the selection in the Routing, home (Inputs) screen (4 banks of 8 plus Aux In Remap).
Thanks Paul...I pretty much grasped all that. But where do they come from, or what are they? Is this the raw signal right after the pre-amp?
As I mentioned above, Direct Out are channel strip specific, in contrast to Main, Mix Bus, Matrix, etc. master outputs. Whatever you have assigned to the specific channel strip will be the signal you are tapping at the various points of the signal chain within the channel strip processing.
Or is this just the name applied to a signal that has been tapped somewhere in the chain, and is called this because it's not routed yet to one of the wired outputs, and is available to any other signal chain?
All of the choices on those Routing screens can be tapped somewhere in the chain. But Direct Out are channel strip specific, not master output specific (as are Main, Mix Bus, etc.).
Hi Larry @LT55
The Direct Out are channel strip specific (eg. DirOut Ch 01-32, Aux 1-8, etc.) and are found on the Routing, Out 1-16, Aux Out or P16 Out on the console display or Outputs 1-16, Aux Out or Ultranet using X32 Edit. On the console display, there is a tap selection (far right) that provides various taps. Using X32 Edit, right clicking the round circles will provide a popup list of these taps.
Can someone please tell me what settings I should have enabled/disabled on the X32 for this configuration?
Make sure the Midi Receive Prog Change on the console Setup, Remote screen (or X32 Edit Setup, Midi Control screen) is enabled.
And am I correct in using Program Change Scene 3-6 cues to control the cues on the sound board?
Yes, cues are triggered using Program Change, channels 3-6 (see this document).
@PatrickGMaillot wrote: >>The best solution IMO is to avoid Win10 completely Paul, this is an unfair comment. I've been using W10 for nearly 6 years now, with multiple updates from Microsoft and Behirnger and never had an issue. :) -Patrick
We are all entitled to our opinion, whether right or wrong, and I've stated mine as such.
I am having a problem with the X32, windows has released an update, and my notbook is not recognizing the console connected to the USB. Does anyone know how to solve?
Check the privacy settings for the microphone. In all likelyhood the update disabled the microphone which does affect the ASIO drivers as well. The best solution IMO is to avoid Win10 completely. I'm still using Win7 and will do so as long as I possibly can.