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  • askuse7
    Contributor - Level 2
    2019-08-28

    Hi everyone,

    I purchased a Model D a few months ago and went through the calibration process and it is working great.

    I let the Model D warm up for 30 mins before I use it, but I still like to check the tuning occassionally so I connected the Low output to a Boss guitar tuner, and when I need to tune I just power on the tuner, make sure only Osc 1 is on, then press an A note on my controller keyboard, and then use the Tuner knob on the Model D to correct the tuning.

    This works well, except you can hear the A note when I play it through my speakers. Is there a way to do this so the note will not be heard so I can tune in-between songs when I play live? If I press the Main Out switch to off, will the signal still go out Phones or the 1/8" Main Audio Outputs?

    Also the Model included 2 1/8" mono cables. Are they exactly the same? Can either cable be used for audio and CV connections?

    Thanks!

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    • askuse7
      DaveMorrison

      @askuse7 


      How about an A/B switch pedal? Switch out the tuner when playing; Switch out the PA when playing.

      • August 28, 2019
    • askuse7
      askuse7

      Hi Dave,


      That would certainly work, but I was looking for a solution that doesn't require any extra cables or footswitches, and I think I've found it.


      I did a bit of research tonight, and I first confirmed the Phones output is completely separate from the 2 Main 1/4" Audio outputs, which makes sense. Next, I inserted a stereo 1/8" to 1/4" headphone adapter in the 1/4" input of my guitar tuner, and then connected a stereo 1/8" cable between the tuner and the 1/8" Phones output of the Model D. I then switched Off the Main Audio output switch. I then played an A note and the tuner recognized it no problem, so I now have a good working solution for checking the tuning without the sound being heard through my speakers.


      I also checked the 1/8" Main Audio output as well, and it is not separate from the Main Audio volume control. If you press the Main Audio switch to off then the signal is shut off from the 1/8" Main Audio output as well. Unusable for silent tuning.


      But I have a good working solution using the Phones output for checking the tuning of my Model D when I use it for live performance without it making a sound through my speakers.


      Hope this helps anyone else wanting to do the same!


      Andy

      • August 28, 2019
    • askuse7
      RonaldFigura

      Here's what I used to do with my MiniMoog... Took the headphone output of the Moog and ran it into a digital tuner that recogzed ANY pitch coming into it and showed the status of the tuning. Don't remember the make or model of the tuner, but it was cutting edge at the time (early 1980s). I powered it with a walwart so it could be always on. No need to mute the MiniMoog to tune because it showed whatever note I was playing. But if I needed to I could mute the Mini output and the headphone output would still supply an output to the tuner. I just had to be carefull not to drive the headphone output too hard or the tuner would "freakout". You can do this same thing on the Behringer Model D. All the functionality is there.

      • September 21, 2019
    • askuse7
      RonaldFigura

      PS- find a "digital chromatic tuner" This should work as I described in my other reply to your post.

      • September 21, 2019
    • askuse7
      askuse7

      Hi Ronald,


      My Korg Slimptich chromatic tuner arrived last week from Japan, and it worked exactly as I had hoped!


      Added bonus, it shows B Flat instead of A# and G# instead of A flat, so I can't make the same mistake I made last time


      See attached pic for final solution.


      Andy

      Model D Slimpitch Tuner.JPG
      • September 22, 2019
  • RayDoetjes
    Contributor - Level 1
    2019-08-28

    My DeepMind12 started to randomly freeze up.

    I have updated to the latest firmware 1.1.2, recalibrated even increased the default fan speed to rule out overheating.

    Nothing has helped. The store reverted me to this site to make an RMA request. But I can’t find how to submit an RMA request to send in the instrument to be serviced. I have the receipt.

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  • Laast
    Contributor - Level 1
    2019-08-27

    Hello I am really wanting the blue MS 1 and in Canada it seems like only red is available.  Do we know if the blue will be available and if so when?  Thanks.

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  • duelinmarkers
    Contributor - Level 1
    2019-08-27

    I just got a Behringer Neutron yesterday, and it seems like the FREQ MOD IN (VCF cutoff control) has no effect. Before I go looking into repair, is there anything anyone can think of that I might be messing up to make me THINK it's broken (e.g., some normalled connection that needs to be overridden by patching)?

    I first tried OSC2 OUT -> ATT1 IN -> FREQ MOD IN and raised the ATT1 knob, which I expected to bring some noise, then tried some simpler LFO patching and again heard no effect.

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    • duelinmarkers
      duelinmarkers

      Doh! Answered my own question this morning: I had MOD DEPTH all the way down. FREQ MOD is working fine, and I now know I don't need to use up an attenuator on it, thanks to MOD DEPTH.

      • August 26, 2019
  • goinz
    Contributor - Level 1
    2019-08-25

    I am not sure if it is a bug in sequencer but if you edit a pattern it is not possible to overwrite a rest with a note. vice versa is possible or note with note too. I run OS 1.07. BTW Great work! Love the Synth.

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    • goinz
      goinz

      Ahh....  have to rmeove the rest and the accent parameter before adding the note . But Sequencer is a bit buggy in some cases. But I think it is a gr8 feature and very powerfull. But a very big feature will be to control all other parameters too, like VCF or OSCI tune or what ever. 

      • August 24, 2019
  • Superunknown
    Contributor - Level 1
    2019-08-21

    Hi,

    I have an issue with Odyssey internal sequencer: when I press arpeggio in hold mode (double press) and play some notes in keyboard, it runs fine, but when I want to change notes during arpeggio is already running, the whole sequence stucks. Only reboot helps. Is this a known issue which is gonna be fixed soon by firmware upgrade or have I a faulty unit? Please advice.

    Thank you

    Lukas

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    • Superunknown
      tinureg

      I had a similar issue where I could not press / stop anything. Only a shutdown and restart helped. Hope they can fix it with a firmware update.


      Cheers


      Tinu

      • August 21, 2019
    • Superunknown
      Talos

      If they fix it with a firmware update how do you install it when the Synth Tool fails to connect?  

      • October 5, 2019
    • Superunknown
      SpaceScurvy

      I find that when the arpeggiator is on hold (or not) it will skip a beat if you're not exactly hitting the key with exact timing. It seems that it is unable to retrigger unless you're a robot or can play with perfect timing to the internal clock. It's frustrating if you want to do some classic 80s New Wave arpeggiated bass runs. My Juno 6 does its arpeggios with smoothness when retriggering a note and never skips a beat. Seems like this is a bug in the Odyssey.

      • December 22, 2019
  • dantrnr
    Contributor - Level 1
    2019-08-14

    Hey All,

    So all of a sudden my Model D is outputting extremely low audio. When I turn on the A-440 test tone I have to crank the volume all the way up and then I can barely hear it. This is the case through 1/4 inch out and 3.5mm phones. I've test and am using the correct DC Input. The same low audio output occurs when engaging the oscillators.  

    Any ideas on what this could be?

    Thanks!

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  • Analog_Fun
    Contributor - Level 1
    2019-08-13

    Hello Everyone.

    If I need help on my Behringer Nuetron Is this the place to ask qestions?

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  • DKDiveDude
    Contributor - Level 1
    2019-08-08

    I don't know about my fellow musicians, but having already 13 keyboards, 12 of them synthesizers, but all MIDI capable, I do not really need, let alone want anymore keyboards.

    I already own the Behringer Deepmind D12, and I am planning to buy Model D and Neutron.

    I absolutely love to also purchase desktop versions of MS-1, VC340, and Odyssey, but not really as keyboards versions. Main reason for this is that I am simply out of space, and can much easier fit in desktop versions. Also why buy a synth with just three octaves, when I am going to hook it up to a 5 or 6 ocatve keyboard anyways. Yes I am aware that some of you products only support a limited octave range, but still, I rather save the space for a desktop version, and play them on my top notch MIDI keyboard.

    Anyone else feel the same or is it just me?

    Anyways Behringer keep up the great work, and will absolutely buy when Jupiter 8 and DS80 eventually come out in a few years.

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    • DKDiveDude
      KenMitchell

      @DKDiveDude ,


       


      Welcome to the community.  This is a good suggestion.  I'd like to add Desktop/Rack-mountable version, if possible.  I could certainly see someone wanted to rackmount several synths in a road case for easy transport and setup. 


       


      Ken

      • August 9, 2019
    • DKDiveDude
      DKDiveDude

      Oh yeah, even though I have 4 rack mount synths, I totally forgot to include that.


      So to clarify, Desktop or rack-mount versions of your synths is much preferred by me, and actually most likely will not purchase anymore keyboard synths due to lack of space, and that I already have some great 5 and 6 octave keyboards.

      • August 9, 2019
  • TCH-Rob
    Triber Contributor
    2019-07-18

    https://community.musictribe.com/t5/Vlogs/TC-Helicon-X-Behringer-Using-Model-D-with-Voicelive3/m-p/270920/highlight/true#M152

     

    Here's a demo of the Behringer Model D through the TC Helicon Voicelive 3... this is a great effects unit for synths as it essentially has a full pedalboard's worth of effects, all with individual on/off footswitches. It can also save presets and has a fully featured 4 track looper. 

    Disclaimer: I may overuse the words "large" and "wide". I need some new vocab to describe synth tone 

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