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  • hhoyt
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-05-15

    Any clues here?  This has ruined our use for remote broadcasting...is it reconfigurable via PC for mono or stereo?

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  • noiseuk
    Contributor - Level 2
    2019-11-27

    Hi, I wonder if anyone can tell me if the Wing can use all 24 faders for DAW control or just 8 like the X32. I've scoured the internet but all the info seems very vague. Could someone from Behringer clear this up?

    I have 2 rooms that the Wing would be ideal for if it has full HUI - an amazing amount of features for the price!

    Thanks

    Phil

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    • noiseuk
      noiseuk

      Just had this response from Behringer


      "The WING USB interface will provide three MIDI interfaces to the host PC, in order to emulate a MCU plus 2 Extenders for example. So yes, all 24 faders can be used for DAW control in addition to the Custom Controls and the big jog wheel.
      The exact MIDI implementation is just being defined and will be implemented in the coming months."


      Excellent news!

      • November 27, 2019
    • noiseuk
      Neochord

      ...24 fader for DAW Control....that's some pretty good news .


      I would like to know in detail what the Fader-resolution  will be (1024 steps or more?)...and wich motorfader will be installed in the Wing (Alps?)


      Greetings

      • December 3, 2019
    • noiseuk
      noiseuk

      Just seen a Behringer video which says the faders are not touch sensitive but 'motion' sensitive. Thats a massive disappointment. It reminds me of the horror that was 02r automation. I think that will rule this desk out for most of us in the post production world who use fader moves a lot.

      • December 5, 2019
    • noiseuk
      Gussss

      Its nots disappointing in fact pressure-sensitive fader might actually be better than touch-sensitive faders- in effect whether it detects pressure or touch will make little difference in actual use (you probably wont be able to tell the difference) and it might actually be more reliable that a touch fader. Well have to try it out and see

      • February 1, 2020
    • noiseuk
      noiseuk

      I'd love to see an in depth review of the Wing as a control surface.


      Certainly in my work I rely on resting a finger on top of a fader to overwrite automation as much as I do actually moving it. I'm not convinced motion sensitive faders which are what Behringer seem to suggest are on the Wing will be ok for that.


      A very long time ago I used to use a Yamaha 02R to mix TV shows - that had motion/pressure sensitive faders and was a real pain for fast turn around TV mixing (although we didn't realise that until we upgraded to Avid desks with touch faders). Maybe the Wing has some super new fader tech that will work seamlessly - I hope so because it seems to have everything else I need.


      If anyone has actually got the Wing and could comment on the fader automation it'd be much appreciated.


       


       

      • February 9, 2020
  • Chuckeys88
    Contributor - Level 2
    2020-05-13

    Hey Guys, New problem for me and probably old for many othere here. I've got (6) mic channels all assigned to a DCA and none of the faders on these channels or the DCA fader will controll levels. All mic signals go straight to the  LR Mains. All other channel seem to work properly. It also appears as though the 3 effects are doing the same thing.

    All of my Buss or Aux sends 1-12 are used for IEMs. Everything there seems to be controlled by the set levels when using Sends on Fader but...reverb still shows up in all the IEMs with those effect faders down in the SOF mode.

    Can anyone help out please? Got a church servive here in a few hours...Thanks!

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    • Chuckeys88
      RexBeckett

      @Chuckeys88 


      It could be caused by one or more of your Monitor Mixbuses getting fed to Main LR. Check on each Mixbus's Main tab if the LR button is on. If so, turn it off.


       


      It also sounds as though the FX Return to Monitor bus sends may be set to one of the pre-fader signal taps instead of Post Fader.

      • May 13, 2020
    • Chuckeys88
      Chuckeys88

      Much appreciated!

      • May 13, 2020
    • Chuckeys88
      RexBeckett


      @Chuckeys88 wrote:


      Much appreciated!





      @Chuckeys88 


      If you cannot find the problem(s), export your scene (Scenes -> Utility) and attach it to your post (see Choose File button below) so we can check it for you.

      • May 13, 2020
  • vita
    Contributor - Level 2
    2020-04-08

    Midas, can you solve the pro2 offline editor compatibility issue with catalina O.S? Please!

    I need this app very mutch, to work at home.

    I am a Portuguese soud engeneer.

    Thank you.

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    • vita
      ChaseMcKnight

      Hi @vita 

      While the Pro2 & Pro1 Offline Editors are currently not compatible with macOS Catalina, the ProX OLE is. I would suggest using it. Because of our console showfile compatibilities, you can import/export show files to/from a Pro2 using the ProX Offline Editor -- just know anything past the Pro2's input count and FX slots won't populate in the desk if exceeded in the editor. 

      • April 10, 2020
    • vita
      vita

      Tested. The proX offline editor doesn't work either!

      • April 10, 2020
    • vita
      ChaseMcKnight

      Hi @vita 

      Updating my post:
      It seems the G3.4.6rel-9 OLE for ProX isn't compatible with macOS Catalina. Until we have an update that is compatible with macOS Catalina, users should stay or roll back to macOS Mojave. 

      • April 13, 2020
    • vita
      Derric_West

      It has almost been a year since Catalina was released.  There should be compatable version by now!!!  Please update soon.

      • May 12, 2020
    • vita
      cpc1981

      Any chance of an indication when this might be made available for Catalina? Obviously not a pressing matter while the world is broken, but a rough idea/indictaion that this is being worked on would be very helpful.


      cheers

      • May 13, 2020
  • AlbertoTemich
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-05-15

    Hola!

    I got my mixer about a year and a half ago and I love it but, sadly, I still haven't been able to use it with my computer as I see some others use it in tutorials and videos. I downloaded the ASIO driver but had no success. It continues to recognize it as a generic USB device.

    Can anyone help me to properly configure my mixer? I will really appreciate some help here.

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  • rickschwar
    Regular Contributor - Level 1
    2020-05-13

    After seeing a video of someone remixing a multitrack recording on a WING console, I wanted to try it myself. They used Reaper software and a computer as the playback source however, this isn't needed because WING can playback 32-channels from a single Micro-SD Card. I quickly learned it wasn't obvious how to get downloaded WAV files to play using WING-LIVE. However, once you learn a few tricks, it’s fairly easy. I've attempted to create step-by-step instructions on how this can be done however, there are other ways to do this. 

    Video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d7nk1lKq_Dw

     

    Getting Ready

    1. Start by downloading the ‘X32Wav_Xlive’ app here:  https://sites.google.com/site/patrickmaillot/docs/X32Wav_Xlive.zip?attredirects=0

    - It's free for non-commercial users.

    - I've included the link to the Windows version, a version of this app is available for Mac users as well. Make sure to read the reply from Patrick, who is the creator of the app below. There is some great info there. He includes a download link for other platforms. If I had done this first, it would have saved me many hours of frustration. I had read about this app but assumed it only worked with a Behringer X32 console. That's not true. 

    2. Next, extract the ‘X32Wav_Xlive’ zip file to your desktop.

    3. Now, download a few multitrack files that you want to remix. Google Search is helpful in this area, however, you might want to read the section below about ‘Legal Issues’ first.

     

    Prepping the Files

    1. All files must be WAV file format. If you download FLAC files, you’ll need to convert them.
    2. All files MUST also be 24-bit. All of the files I have downloaded have been 16-bit, so I've had to convert them. I did this using Audacity as follows.
      1. Open the file in Audacity
      2. Select ‘Export as WAV’ from the File menu
      3. Choose ‘WAV (Microsoft) signed 24-bit PCM’ from the drop down
      4. Save the exported file to a new folder
    3. You’ll also have to convert any stereo files to mono using the sound editor of your choice.
    4. If your multitrack folder contains more than 32 files after you convert everything to mono, you may have to select the best ones, because you can only play 32 channels from a single card.
    5. Now you need to rename each of the files starting with ‘ch_1’ and ending with ‘ch_32.’
      • It’s OK if your song has less than 32 tracks.
      • Before doing this, I recommend that you first make a copy of the folder, take a screen capture of the file names and print it out the it so you can number the files in the order you want them to appear on the console. Also note which tracks are stereo and mono.

     

    Converting Individual Files to a Multitrack file

    1. Open the ‘X32Wav_Xlive’ folder and run the ‘X32Wav_Xlive’ application.
    2. Click on ‘Session Directory’ and select the folder where you placed all of your 24-bit prepped multitrack files.
    3. Enter a Session Name. This will appear on the WING console.
    4. Click on the MERGE button and wait patiently. Although normally it only takes a few seconds, once it took several minutes and the app said say 'Not Responding.' Do not restart your computer.  
    5. More often than not, you will get an error message after trying to merge your files. If it says ‘files are not the same length,’ you’ll have to load all of your files into a DAW and select a new region that ends a little before the end of the files. Then you’ll need to export each file again. I’ve had this happen when all of files appear to be exactly the same length, size and duration. It’s frustrating, but must be done.
    6. When the conversion process succeeds, you will see an elapsed time indicator appear.
    7. A newly created folder will appear in the folder with your multitrack files that is named something like ‘50AD801C.’ It contains a single multitrack file and a file called ‘SE_LOG.BIN.’
    8. Copy the folder containing the newly created multitrack file into a folder called ‘X_LIVE.’ If you do not do this, the files will not be seen by WING-LIVE. You can have multiple folders in the X_LIVE folder -- each containing a different song.

     

    Configuring your WING Mixer

    For the best experience you’ll want to name your channel strips and configure your console for studio use instead of live sound mixing. If you want to do this, follow these optional steps:

    1. Touch LIBRARY and save your current SNAP, CH, FX and ROUT presents.
    2. After you are sure that you’ve backed everything up touch SETUP and INIT CONSOLE. You'll be asked to confirm that you want to do this. 
    3. Next, touch ROUTING and the OUTPUT icon in the title bar. It looks like a “C” with an arrow to the right of it. 
    4. Select the AUX OUT output group and unlock the destination, so the lock icon turns green.
    5. Touch MONITOR A (AUX 7) and select the MONITOR source group on the right.
    6. Touch MONITOR A (AUX 7) assign it to MONITOR B (2L). This is necessary because the AUX OUT 7/8 are normally routed to the headphone jacks. You want to route them to speakers.
    7. Touch MONITOR B (AUX 8) and assign it to MONITOR B (2R).
    8. Touch the VIEW button in the MONITORING/TALKBACK section.
    9. Change the OUTPUT from A (with the headphone icon) to B (with the speaker icon).
    10. Touch the SETUP (gear) icon in the MONITOR section and change SOLO MODE to STUDIO.
    11. Touch the ROUTING button and the 4-fader icon in the title bar.
    12. Select WLIVE PLAY as your SOURCE GROUP on the right and CHANNEL INPUT MAIN (or ALT) on the left. Unlock the CHANNEL INPUT section, so the lock icon turns green.
    13. Touch the +1 AUTO button so it turns yellow.
    14. Assign all of your tracks by touching LCL 1 on the left and then touching CRD 1 on the right. Next touch CRD 2 and it will automatically be assigned to Channel 2. Stop when you have assigned all of your tracks.
    15. Now, touch the A SD Card icon in the title bar.
    16. Then touch the SD CARD A title and select your desired SESSION.
    17. Press the PLAY button. Unless you changed the sample rate on your multitrack files, you’ll probably need to touch SETUP and change the CLOCK RATE to 44K1.
    18. You should see the meters move for channels 1-12
    19. Touch HOME and the SELECT button for Channel 1. Touch CUSTOMIZE to name the channel
    20. Touch OUTPUT icon on the left and adjust the PAN knob for all of your stereo channels. 

      Another approach suggested by Paul Vannatto belowis to make sure any stereo channels are odd/even during the file preparations (eg. Keys L/R to Ch 11/12). Then on the Wing, when you go to the Routing, W-Live screen, configure those inputs as stereo. Finally, assign that stereo pair inputs to a channel strip. This way there is no need to use DCA's for stereo inputs.

    21. Turn the MONITOR LEVEL knob up around half way.
    22. Turn up a few of the faders and the MASTER OUTPUT 1 fader and you should hear audio. If you do not, make sure you have connected your speakers to the AUX7 and AUX 8 outs.
    23. Start EQing the tracks and assigning effects.
    24. You may want to assign DCAs to groups of tracks like drums and keyboards. If you do this you’ll want to name the DCAs as well.

    Have fun and let me know if any of this is unclear! If you have suggestions how to improve this process, please list them below as well. 

    Legal Issues

    Popular artists like Counting Crows, Weezer, Nine Inch Nails, Peter Gabriel, and many others have had remix contests throughout the years. They provide access to full multitracks of their songs license free for remix purposes. You shouldn’t have to worry about using those tracks for personal use as long as you are not uploading your remixes to other sites, but I'm not a lawyer so always read the fine print and respect music copyrights. 

     

     

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    • rickschwar
      DickStraathof

      @rickschwar Great lay-out Rick! 
      I had give it a try the other week but i was not succesfull. With this detailed info i will try it again.

      I'll keep you posted on the results.


      DickS.

      • May 13, 2020
    • rickschwar
      PatrickGMaillot

      A small note on the X32Wav_Xlive app:


      -1- a Mac compiled version *is* available to Mac users, as a command-line version


      -2- the program works just fine under Wine on Mac or Linux.


       


      Your setup is fine, it's even more fun (for X32 and M32 users) when using X32RearAutoMate or X32XLiveAutoMate, as not only you can mix directly from the X32 or M32, but you can build great mix files this way, without using the DAW software at all when using XLive, or just as a 'tape' device (and forget that PC) with REAPER. Plus you really use all features and flexibility from the desk. When the WING FW will evolve sufficiently to offer the same level of external programing, I probably will port the AutoMate tool to WING. Your studio will then get better! There was on Facebook not too long ago multiple wave files from live concerts of "Counting Crows" and mixing with AutoMate was great fun.


       

      • May 14, 2020
    • rickschwar
      rickschwar

      Thank you for the correction Patrick. I have edited my post to make it clear a Mac version is available. If you could post a link here to the CLI version that would be helpful.


       


      It's also great to hear about some of your other apps. I'm especially interested in AutoMate tool for WING.

      • May 14, 2020
    • rickschwar
      Paul_Vannatto


      @rickschwar wrote:

      It’s a good idea to assign DCAs to stereo





      Another approach is to make sure any stereo channels are odd/even during the file preparations (eg. Keys L/R to Ch 11/12). Then on the Wing, when you go to the Routing, W-Live screen configure those inputs as stereo. Finally assign that stereo pair inputs to a channel strip. This way there is no need to use DCA's for stereo inputs.


       


      Another option to setting up the Wing on the console itself, you could use X32-Edit or M32-Edit to set things up and export to a scene file. Then use XM32 to Wing Converter app to convert that scene file to a Wing snapshot file.


       

      • May 14, 2020
  • iTheAlterEgo
    Contributor - Level 3
    2020-05-14

    Hello all.

    I am looking to set up my M32R in a specific way. I want my computer to be able to be heard from the USB card, I also have an external sampler (Akai MPC) that I want to go in the following two channels. I want to be able to send the audio of any incoming signal of the mixer via faders (stereo pair) to the Akai MPC for sampling without getting a feedback loop.

    Can someone help me achieve this, please.

    Thanks.

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    • iTheAlterEgo
      Paul_Vannatto


      @iTheAlterEgo wrote:


      I want my computer to be able to be heard from the USB card





      Do I assume you mean that you want to send signals from the computer to the console via the USB card? Yes that is possible. Just assign the card banks of 8 to any of the Routing, home (Inputs) banks or the Aux In Remap.


       




      I also have an external sampler (Akai MPC) that I want to go in the following two channels. 



      Which following two channels?


       




      I want to be able to send the audio of any incoming signal of the mixer via faders (stereo pair) to the Akai MPC for sampling without getting a feedback loop.



      I would suggest that you setup a mixbus stereo linked pair and send your desired channel signals to that mixbus pair. Setup a couple of the Aux In/Out jacks on the back of the console as inserts (on Routing, Aux Out screen), then insert those to the mixbus pair (mixbus fader, config screen). If you don't want parallel signals going to the Main LR, on each channel going to the mixbus pair, unselect the LR (on the Main screen) and change the send taps to post fader. Finally select the LR on the mixbus fader Main screen. That way the channel signals will go to the mixbus pair, out to the MPC, processed then returned to the insert point, then out to the Main LR.


       

      • May 14, 2020
  • captainonion
    Contributor - Level 2
    2020-05-12
    Hi... My mixer is coming in the mail... And I'm using it to run my ONE microphone into my ONE Peavey powered speaker. (For vocals). Can anybody tell me if the KlarkTeknik special effects move through "real time" stereo or not?? Like, If I were running TWO speakers, Right and Left, would I get any "swooshing" stereo pan with the flanger effect, or any left/right ping-pong with the reverb, or would it just come out mono??
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    • captainonion
      RexBeckett

      Hello @captainonion , welcome to the community.


       


      The effects on the QX1002USB have real stereo returns. The degree of stereo effect varies with the FX model selected. The FX engine is pretty good for a mixer of its size and price.


       


      If you plan on connecting the mixer to a WIndows PC, these notes may help.

      • May 12, 2020
    • captainonion
      captainonion @RexBeckett Hello, Hi, When you say the QX1002USB has "real stereo returns" are you talking about relaying the EFFECTS OUT back thru the stereo channels, OR do you mean the KLARK TEKNIK is completely divided Right and Left? Even while ONLY plugged in channel 1 or 2 MONO XLR/Line?
      • May 19, 2020
  • jojojoshua
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-05-14

    Looking at Wing purchase and have a question. Is it possible to assign 1 input to 2 different channels? The idea would be to assign a mic or instrument input to different channels for processing the same source using different EQ, compression, effects, etc. and then sending to two different outputs.

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    • jojojoshua
      Paul_Vannatto

      Hi Eric @jojojoshua 


      Welcome to the forum. Yes of course you can assign an input to multiple channels, just like you can do on the X32/M32.


       


       

      • May 14, 2020
    • jojojoshua
      jojojoshua

      Thanks very much for the quick reply. I am coming from the older Presonus world and couldn't find the answer. This was very helpful.

      • May 14, 2020
  • Velibor
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-05-14

    Hi, don't you guy's update the software/firmware for the XR18 anymore? Or is it abandoned or "orphaned"?

    Greetz,

    Velibor Weller

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