Hello @julien_web ,
David Knighton here with Music Tribe support. I believe the short answer to your question is "No", the 502, 512, and 522 do not utilize the Aux In connector. The QSG for each product states which inputs and outputs are utilized, along with a signal flow block diagram. I would speculate that the Aux In would be used for sidechain inputs for 3rd party manufactures of comps or gates.
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Hello @CarsonNotFound ,
David Knighton here with Music Tribe support. I do believe Long and McQuade are authorized through the Canadian distributor, as I have had dealings with them in the past. As for the country of original puchase, this means that if you bought the item in Canada, your warranty is upheld in Canada. The distributor in Canada would be responsible for upholding the item warranty. There are a few reasons why this is important IMO, but for the most parts, it is to protect the rights of the distributor and the customer. For example; If you purchase something from UK and have it shipped to Canada, and that item now requires a repair, the Canadian distributor would end up incurring the expense for the repair, including labor, parts, and return shipping. Doesn't sound fair that the distributor has to incur a loss right? So, effectively, the distributor has no financial interest in servicing an item that they did not make an initial profit on. This would force you to ship the item back to the UK for service, which would cost you added expenses in shipping, plus duties and import fees. This also helps to maintain sales exclusivity for the distributor for the country of Canada, so that other distributors do not tread on someone else's territory. Other reasons include power supplies that are region specific. Let's say you purchase an item that is rated for 230V from from a UK distributor, or it comes with an EU plug instead of UL. How are you going to power the device now? This is why buying regionally is important, not just for Music Tribe, but for many other brands as well, like Samsung, Apple, LG, Harmon, etc. I hope this gives you an understanding of why these guidelines are in place.
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Hello @AnthonyCorino ,
David Knighton here with Music Tribe support. Try going to your SYSTEM PREFERENCES, and open the SECURITY panel. Unlock the security settings by clicking the lock icon in the botton of the window. You will be prompted to enter your system password. Once security is unlocked, try launching the app again. Security may even recognize the app is attempting to launch and give you the immediate option to allow.
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Hello @Deekinblooz ,
David Knighton here with Music Tribe support. I suspect the main display giving out would be a sign of either a faulty screen or MCU. It could also be a dodgy connector that's coming loose. I would suggest having these items checked out as soon as possible by a service team. Since the screen is semi-functional, I would highly recommend installing X32 EDIT on a PC or Mac and syncing the console to it. This way, if the screen gives out for good, you still have the ability to see and control the system attributes. Make sure the console firmware and EDIT software are fully up to date. Link below to X32 download page on our website.
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Hello @tdobson99 ,
David Knighton here with Music Tribe support. Currently, at the time of writing this response, there is no alternative model for the TA312S that does not feature a switch. A few suggestions though. If you take some black tape, you can tape over the switch in the ON position so that users and presenters don't make use of it. If you were savvy with a soldering iron, you might be able to bypass the switch altogether, or even super glue it in the ON position, however doing so will likely void the product warranty.
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Hello @Hanifi ,
David Knighton with Music Tribe support. A typical buss send for reverb or delay effects will follow the below method:
1.) SEND channels to AUX, POST FADER (e.g. channel 1 send to aux 1
2.) Turn up the AUX MASTER (e.g. aux 1 master fader)
3.) Patch AUX SEND to the EFFECT INPUT via PATCHING (open BUSSES on left and EFFECTS on right).
4.) Open EFFECTS and choose your effect device for the applicable rack slot.
5.) Patch the EFFECT RETURNS to an available INPUT CHANNEL or AUX RETURN CHANNEL via PATCHING (open EFFECTS on left and INPUTS on right).
6.) Confirm audio signal is present from front to back.
Some common mistakes many users will make, including myself, would be forgetting to turn up the fader for the input channel, as well as the fader for the aux master. This will inhibit the flow of audio to the aux. Also, make sure the aux send for the channel is turned ON. By default, the aux sends are OFF and POST FADER. Below is a link to a patching demostration by Steve Lagudi, FOH operator for Machine Head. Fast forward to minute 10:50 for EFFECTS patching. Steve has recorded a whole series of Midas Pro Series classes on YouTube. I would suggest watching the whole series if you have spare time. His console is a Pro X, but it's the same operating system as Pro2, so you should be able to follow along with the application.
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Hello @WarrenGarrett ,
David Knighton here with Music Tribe support. By nature, DAWs don't make a very great choice when it comes to live streaming due to the latency involved with the processed audio. Most live streamers that I've come across will use a physical console to do their streaming, usually a console with a built in interface at that. Are you using Logic for plug-ins or just for mixing capabilities? Are you also recording the Logic tracks?
Hello @GregWarren ,
David Knighton here with Music Tribe support. In your situation, seeing as how you're already utilizing your 2 AES50 ports, Dante would be a good option. You can send all 32 preamps directly over Dante to the 2nd console without issue. Additionally, Dante can also be used to pull sends and returns from Logic Pro X, so long as you have Dante Virtual Soundcard installed on said computer. The caveat here is that you are limited to 32 channels of Dante on the expansion card. You can pick and choose which channels arrive at the console via Dante Controller. So if you 'must' have all 32 channels from FOH, you will need an alternative solution for Logic Pro X. One option would be an external analog interface, but that will incur some additional latency. A better option would be to use a DN9630, which converts AES50 to USB, presuming the 2nd console has available AES50 ports.
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Hello @paulojrd18 ,
David Knighton here with Music Tribe support. All of our computer based applications (Windows and Mac OS) are available for download on the brand product page for your specific item. Perform a quick online search for any of our products, and click on the result that takes you to the applicable brand website. In the case of Behringer X32, the very first Google result is our Behringer.com product page. Click the DOWNLOADS link at the top and it will take you to a page for all applicable downloads for the Behringer X32. Additionally, you can use the search bar on the brand website to find other products. Click on the file you wish to download, agree to the terms and conditions, and the download will commence. Launch the download and the program will start.
Regarding the X32 Edit application; the application runs over IP (internet protocol). You can utilize a WiFi router for wireless connectivety, or you can run a straight line from the console to your computer. Both methods are effective and have their Pros and Cons. See the link below for how to set up the network for the first time. This demonstration shows the iPad method, but it's the same setup for all methods. As always, ensure the firmware on the console is up to date before you start. Otherwise, the Edit app may not connect. Current firmware version for X32 is 4.02, and current EDIT version is 4.1. Always back up your show presets prior to running a firmware upgrade.
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Hello @rainbow-laces ,
David Knighton here with Music Tribe support. As with most digital mixing consoles, the X32 boasts a wide range of swing on the preamp. This is due to the on board Midas designed preamps. The reason for this, is so that you may use an instrument that has an extremely low output. The additional gain will allow you to bring the low output up to a reasonable level for mixing purposes. Interfaces are somewhat limited in this capacity for several reasons, but the short answer is that you're comparing apples to apples. Not all preamps are created equally, and not all instruments/microphones provide the same output level. This is the sole reason we have preamps to begin with. If everything was the same level, we simply wouldn't need preamps. You'll find throughout the world of audio that many different manufactures have key characteristics for their devices in terms of the preamp quality and versatility. Midas preamps are known to provide exceptional range with clean sound, and can be overdriven without clipping in order to provide 'heated' tonal characteristics.
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