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  • DouglasLohman
    Contributor - Level 2
    2019-08-29

    Is there any way to limit the access of a particular tablet to parts of the x32 mixer. I would like only allow the tablet access to the main faders and indivual channel EQ. It's used in a church for mostly speaking with no aux sends or monitors. I've looked all over for this kind of thread, to no avail. Or, can someone point me to the thread if this has been asked/answered previously.

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    • DouglasLohman
      RexBeckett

      @DouglasLohman 


      Hi Douglas, the only way I can think of to do this is to run Mixing Station XM32 Pro on the tablet and create a custom layout with only the allowed controls. It would be hard to make it foolproof but it would guard against accidental changes to other parameters.

      • August 29, 2019
    • DouglasLohman
      sgagnon

      If you had a budget you could use a control processor and touch panel, such as an Extron or Crestron based system, to design your own and control certain aspects of the mixer. I'm not sure how broad the x32's API is but its certainly a possible option.

      • September 24, 2019
  • LarzHanson
    Contributor - Level 2
    2019-11-07

    This has probably been covered already, but I found out last night that the X Air app crashes now under iOS 13. I didn't realize it because I'm using Mixing Station Pro instead on my XR18, and it's stable, but a friend owns an XR18 too and suddenly had issues with his X Air app. I tried it on my iPad Pro and got similar crash results. Hopefully it can be resolved soon so all those using the X Air app (which is a good app) can continue without having to jump ship to Mixing Station Pro.

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  • Cimarron
    Contributor - Level 2
    2020-03-16

    Hello all,

        I just received my M32 mixer, and it came with a DN32-Live card to interface to my DAW.  It seems that this may be the place I might request suggestions on what I might need to do to make that work.  If not, and you can suggest a proper place to ask, I would appreciate that.

        So, in general I found some directions for installing the drivers and such for the DN32-USB, which may be part of my issue (or not), though I didn't appreciate that there was a distinction at the time.  I followed the directions to upgrade the M32's firmware to 4.02, and that seemed to complete fine, the M32 is working from what I can tell (I've not tried every option - by far, of course) and sounds great through the mains.

        I then installed the ASIO-Driver v4.59 onto my DAW computer.  I can see the DN32-LIVE in the Device Manager under Sound, video and game controllers.  However looking at the Properties, the Device status says that "This device cannot start [Code 10]".  I've tried computer restarting/power cycling (several times), using different USB ports, trying a different USB cable, to no avail.

        Also, and probably no surprise here, I've tried the DN32USBAudioDfu.exe, which it appears is intended to update firmware on the DN32-LIVE itself, which pops up a "DN32-USB Firmware Upgrade" window, but it says "No device found.  Please plug in the device you want to upgrade".

        In my frustration I even dug out an old Macbook Pro and tried plugging into that (it was suggested that no driver installation would be needed for the Mac - though I wouldn't want to use that computer as my DAW), and that instantly just crashed my Mac upon plugin, and if I powered it up with the DN32 plugged in via USB, it also crashed while trying to boot.  So, some research about that seemed to suggest that my Macbook Pro had "Snow Leopard" on it, which does crash like that, but upgrading to Lion (I think it was - next version up), would make it work.  I haven't yet tried to do the upgrade, since thats not my preferred system for this.  But at least it indicates that some computer can detect and react (by crashing) to the fact that my DN32 is attached - and given the OS installed on that system, it even reacts the way that is expected (though not as desired).

    So I guess the main point of this post is to solicit any suggestions or guidance that could get my M32-Live connected to my Computer (and then get the DAW to see it).  Thanks for any help with this.

    -- Greg

     

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    • Cimarron
      RexBeckett

      @Cimarron 


      Hello Greg, welcome to the community.


      First check that the option card is really a DN32-Live. It should have SD card slots as well as a USB connector. With the console power off, remove the card and reinsert - making sure it fits into the guides correctly.


       


      With the console power on, check on Setup -> Card that the card is being recognized. Also check on Setup -> Global under Firmware that the card firmware is A12. If not, you will need to download the A12 firmware and install it.


       


      With everything connected and on, open Windows Device Manager and display the DN32-Live device. Right-click and select Uninstall. Now disconnect the USB and reboot the PC. When you reconnect the USB, the device should be reinstalled - possibly without errors.

      • March 16, 2020
    • Cimarron
      GaryHiggins

      @Cimarron 


      I think @RexBeckett has hit the main issue-the DN-32 Live latest firmware is required. Pretty sure you need A12 with mixer firmware 4.02. That can't be done via a computer but by a usb stick on the mixer itself. If mixer firmware version 4.02 is installed already you can try to update the card with the mixer ON by using setup/update/firmware (bottom left of the screen) and then it will let you scroll to the proper update file on the usb drive. If that fails or won't work properly you will have to do it with the mixer off. Make sure the A12 card firmware file is then the ONLY firmware at the root directory with the mixer off method. Other type mixer firmware can be in a folder on the drive but not at the root directory. Turn on the mixer while holding down the usb button, the card firmware should update. You can cofirm the card firmware on the setup page by reading the (very tiny) info given there.


      I might suggest completely uninstalling the drivers and trying again.


      Also perhaps worth a try is usb driver 4.38 which can be found if you check off show legacy versions in the list of available files.


       


      EDIT: There are several known issues with Win7-documented in the pdf.


       


       

      • March 16, 2020
    • Cimarron
      Cimarron

      @GaryHigginsThanks for taking time to reply to my message.


      As I mentioned in my reply to @RexBeckett it looks like the M32 (which has 4.02 firmware)  sees the DN32 card, and is reporting a firmware version of A12.  So, I would assume I could move beyond the firmware installation (or re-installation), or would you think that might still be a potental step to take?


      It seems a reasonable step to try deleting the DN32 driver in Windows Add/Remove programs (after first removing the device again from the device manager), and then reinstalling it.  I've seen stranger things happen.


      Failing that I may look into the 4.38 driver.  Thanks for that information.  And I'll look for the .pdf you refered to.


      Thanks again,


      -- Greg


       

      • March 17, 2020
    • Cimarron
      RexBeckett

      @Cimarron 


      It sounds as though the console is happy with the DN32-Live card and the card is running the latest firmware. I cannot say whether it is worth buying a suitable driver to reseat the card only that it has sometimes fixed problems. It has also been known for reinstallation of the card firmware to apparently fix problems. I've seen it on my own console and cannot explain it. Sometimes there can be a sequence of steps that fix a problem and we don't always identify the actual cause.


       


      There can be several reasons why a USB device cannot start. Common ones are defective USB cables, using a USB 3 port instead of a USB 2.0 one, connecting through a USB hub, incorrect drivers or that the device has a fault. I think you have already tried different cables and ports. It would certainly be worth following Gary's advice to reinstall the driver and, if necessary, trying an older version of the driver.

      • March 17, 2020
    • Cimarron
      Cimarron

      My son brought his macbook down and we connected the USB from the DN32-LIVE to that and he pulled up Logic and it saw the interface and could specify any of the 32 channels as the input device for a channel.  So, it seems pretty apparent that the issue is with my computer.


      I had purchased myself the appropriate screwdriver and removed the DN32-LIVE, and re-installed it.  Just to give that a chance, and overall good to have the screwdriver.  No change.


      I went to try the older 4.38 driver, and in the folder with the driver there is a PDF file TUSBAudio_KnownIssues_v4.38.0.pdf which I looked into and see a section "10.3 AllSignersEqual Group Policy breaks Driver Installation".  Reading about this it sounds like the issue I'm having.  If this is set to OFF somehow (thrugh Group Policy Editor or something), Windows will not actually install the driver although the driver setup finishes successfully.  When it finds the DN32 on the USB port it installs a built in driver "for the respective device which possibly fails to start".  I had noticed that the device manager page that described the DN32 device did say something about a "Microsoft" driver, but I thought that might have been a result of the other issue I'd had to address to even try to install the driver, which involved installing a Windows Update KB3033929 to resolve.  This was apparently due to an issue that the driver wasn't signed (or incorrectly signed or something).


      So, I wanted to check on the setting, but apparently the Windows 7 Home Premium edition on my computer is too lame to have gpedit.msc to start from the run menu (or another thing I saw mentioned gpupdate.msc from an administrator command prompt), which are the tools that are to be used for "Enterprise" versions of Win7, and it did mention that they wouldn't be there if you had Home Premium.  But it didn't mention how to check, or what to do if you do have Home Premium (which I do).


      This sounds like exactly what I'm encountering, If anyone knows about Group Policies on Home Premium (does it even have them?), or perhaps an alternate approach to installing the driver (manually copying some files into place and possibly making a registry entry or such)?  Or perhaps this might already have been resolved, if I only knew where to look or what to search for.

      • March 23, 2020
  • Surhohi
    Contributor - Level 1
    2019-09-04

    I’m new to Xair for theater use with wireless headset mics on the cast . 2 Questions:
    1. Is there “shows” in the PC version? I can't find it.
    2. How do you set up your scenes or snapshots so each night of the performance you can tweak levels, eq, etc for the particular wireless mic placements for that night, but have those settings carry to all the scenes. I guess I want to limit what is saved to mute settings, but use nightly settings for levels, eq, etc. XR-16 is my unit.

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    • Surhohi
      Paul_Vannatto

      Hi Smitty @Surhohi 


      Welcome to the forum.




      @Surhohi wrote:


      1. Is there “shows” in the PC version? I can't find it.


      The X-Air does not have shows, like the X32 does. The iPad app has a show feature which in reality is just a folder.



      2. How do you set up your scenes or snapshots so each night of the performance you can tweak levels, eq, etc for the particular wireless mic placements for that night, but have those settings carry to all the scenes. I guess I want to limit what is saved to mute settings, but use nightly settings for levels, eq, etc. XR-16 is my unit.


      What you are needing are snippets. Unfortunately that is only available with the X32. There are workarounds, though.


      1. You can load a "modified" scene file that has only the OSC commands (eg mutes) included (all other commands removed). Scene Parser can help you create these modified scene files.


      2. You can use 3rd party apps, such as Live Toolbox with its tidbits (snippets on steroids). 





       

      • September 3, 2019
  • Douglas_Marsh
    Contributor - Level 3
    2020-02-21

    As of 2020-Feb-21, I was interested in more readable documentation on the Wing. Perhaps I am the only one, but I tried to download the Quick Start Guide (English) here:

    https://www.behringer.com/Categories/Behringer/Mixers/Digital/WING/p/P0BV2/Downloads

    And it directs me to a manual for a Tannoy VPX speaker ( www.tannoymarketing.com/webservices/dh.ashx?t=dl&v=5615 )

    I don't read Chinesse or Japanesse either but those links seem to point to a PDF of the entire Tannoy product catalog.

    If there a Wiki instead? I know there is some Facebook group which I prefer to avoid.

    --Doug

     

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  • drice
    Contributor - Level 2
    2019-06-13

    We have an M32 in our Broadcast TV station and the features are excellent, but we hate having to use up two faders for every stereo source input. I'm wondering if controlling a linked pair of inputs with a single fader might ever be a feature in a future firmware/software update?

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    • drice
      AnthonieHunter

      Did you consider controlling the pair with a DCA?

      • June 13, 2019
    • drice
      drice

      Using a DCA to control a stereo input is a great idea and I’m using four of them for that purpose currently. We’ve got about 10 stereo sources we’d like to have on single faders. The console has enough inputs for all of our sources, just trying to get the most frequently used ones on the top fader layer. And trying to get my sound ops used to a console that is not our analog 32 channel Verona!  Thanks for the input!

      • June 13, 2019
    • drice
      drice

      While playing around with the great options that everyone has been suggesting, I stumbled upon another possibility (provided you aren't concerned with keeping stereo separation on a particular input). This solution could also work as a kind of internal router, and works around the "routing in banks of eight only" limitation by allowing the placement of any single input on any fader. 


      Here's the theory (I have't actually tried it yet). Physically patch a cable between an available Aux Output and an XLR input in the 1-16 range (to put it on the first fader bank). Now you can internally route any one of your inputs to that Aux, and it will be available on that first bank's fader. Be sure to send that input prefader and pre-mute, then mute the actual input, so it does not feed the Main output from there. You'll now have full control of that input on the fader you chose, without having to change fader banks to get to it. You could send a stereo pair to that Aux and control it with that single fader (it will be summed mono of course), without burning a DCA or two top bank faders. 


      In our TV studio, we have to occasionally use different sources for different shows, and the mix can be unpredicatable, so having 1 or 2 "route-able" inputs can be really useful to keep the frequently used faders for that show on the top page/bank. We've got a lot of possible inputs from audio clip playback devices, graphics SFX, in-studio guest mics, phone callers, Skype guests and satellite guests, so it's not possible to keep them all on the first fader bank, and the mixer's installation makes it impractical to physically repatch before each show. I can save a scene for each possible scenario and just load the correct one once I know where all my sources are coming from for a particular show. 


      Thanks for all the great advice everyone, and I hope this idea can work for someone who might have been struggling with a similar issue (if it actually works and does not create some kind of audio black hole). 


       

      • June 15, 2019
    • drice
      KevinMaxwell


      @drice wrote:


      While playing around with the great options that everyone has been suggesting, I stumbled upon another possibility (provided you aren't concerned with keeping stereo separation on a particular input). This solution could also work as a kind of internal router, and works around the "routing in banks of eight only" limitation by allowing the placement of any single input on any fader. 


      Here's the theory (I have't actually tried it yet). Physically patch a cable between an available Aux Output and an XLR input in the 1-16 range (to put it on the first fader bank). Now you can internally route any one of your inputs to that Aux, and it will be available on that first bank's fader. Be sure to send that input prefader and pre-mute, then mute the actual input, so it does not feed the Main output from there. You'll now have full control of that input on the fader you chose, without having to change fader banks to get to it. You could send a stereo pair to that Aux and control it with that single fader (it will be summed mono of course), without burning a DCA or two top bank faders. 


      In our TV studio, we have to occasionally use different sources for different shows, and the mix can be unpredicatable, so having 1 or 2 "route-able" inputs can be really useful to keep the frequently used faders for that show on the top page/bank. We've got a lot of possible inputs from audio clip playback devices, graphics SFX, in-studio guest mics, phone callers, Skype guests and satellite guests, so it's not possible to keep them all on the first fader bank, and the mixer's installation makes it impractical to physically repatch before each show. I can save a scene for each possible scenario and just load the correct one once I know where all my sources are coming from for a particular show. 


      Thanks for all the great advice everyone, and I hope this idea can work for someone who might have been struggling with a similar issue (if it actually works and does not create some kind of audio black hole). 


       





      I am not understanding what this will give you unless you are talking about using a Mix Bus to mearge each pair of inputs.

      • June 16, 2019
    • drice
      drice

      Merging (summing) the stereo inputs to one fader is one possible use, the other is that this allows me to internally route any one of my inputs to the top bank of faders. Sure, I could do this by simply connecting that device to an input that already appears on the top layer, but the connections on the back of our mixer are not easily accessible, and depending on what sources we are using for a show, I might want to quickly place something on a top level fader that does not usually appear there. Some other mixers allow you to do this on an single input basis, but the M32 locks you into routing inputs to faders in banks of eight. 

      • June 17, 2019
  • DanielBecker
    Contributor - Level 2
    2019-08-07

    I am trying to understand the difference between the FX 1-4 stereo return faders and the FX 1-4 faders as seen in the Aux/FX tab of X32 Edit 3.2. 

     

    I see that when in the Master bus mode, they are all up to unity and have mutes.  Click on one of the bus' and the FX 1-4 stereo are all down and have On/Off buttons, but the FX 1-4 are at Unity.  Click on an FX bus and it's the same.

     

    I get the Sends for a channel sending to the FX unit.  Thank's for the help.

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    • DanielBecker
      Paul_Vannatto


      @DanielBecker wrote:


      I am trying to understand the difference between the FX 1-4 stereo return faders and the FX 1-4 faders as seen in the Aux/FX tab of X32 Edit 3.2. 





      The FX 1-4 are the mixbuses that feed the first 4 FX slots (by default). These are the dry signals in a side chain FX setup. The FX stereo returns (FX1L, FX1R, etc.) are the FX stereo returns (wet signal) from the FX engine. Both have to be up and enabled/unmuted in order to have the resulting FX in the main mix.


       

      • August 7, 2019
    • DanielBecker
      RexBeckett

      @DanielBecker 


      The Fx1L, Fx1R, Fx2L .. Fx4R faders are the returns from the FX processors in slots FX1 to FX4. The rightmost faders Fx1 .. Fx4 (or Bus 13 ..Bus 16) are the Master faders for the sends to the slots.


       


      When you select a Bus, the faders show channel sends to that Bus (aka Sends on Faders). In this view you would not normally want any of the FX Return faders raised. If an FX slot is sent its own return, unpleasant digital feedback can occur. Even though the FX Master faders are shown on the Aux/FX layer in Sends-on-Fader mode, they are not actually sends to the selected Bus. 


       

      • August 7, 2019
    • DanielBecker
      DanielBecker

      Thank you Paul and Rex.


      To make sure I have this correct: When I send a signal from a channel to the FX, I'm actually sending it to the Bus 13 - 16 that goes to the FX engine but there is a Fader before the FX. So, the Master fader controls the signal of the combined channels sent to that FX. This is as an analog board then. 


      I get side chaining as it relates (for example) to triggering a gate from another channel, but did not understand it as an FX routing.  Is it refered to as side chain because the bus can be used as a MIx Bus that also to send off to the FX?


      I can thus, send the Bus 13 - 16 somewhere else via routing, say out one of the board XLR outputs and at the same time it going to the FX? The signal to both being controlled by the Master.


      I understand you don't want the Returns up when in Sends on Fader in the FX.  Putting the Returns up in a Mix Bus 1 - 12 would send what ever was sent to that FX to that Mix Bus.  This would not be the same as having the FX acting on the Mix Bus as when one wants to have reverb/delay in a monitor mix.  For that I would Insert an FX on the Mix Bus?


      Thank you again.

      • August 7, 2019
    • DanielBecker
      RexBeckett


      @DanielBecker wrote:


      Thank you Paul and Rex.


      To make sure I have this correct: When I send a signal from a channel to the FX, I'm actually sending it to the Bus 13 - 16 that goes to the FX engine but there is a Fader before the FX. So, the Master fader controls the signal of the combined channels sent to that FX. This is as an analog board then. 


      Yes that is correct.


       


      I get side chaining as it relates (for example) to triggering a gate from another channel, but did not understand it as an FX routing.  Is it revered to as side chain because the bus can be used as a MIx Bus that also to send off to the FX?


      It is called side-chained because it operates in parallel to the dry signal from the channel to the mix bus. It is also sometimes called send/return FX to distinguish it from an inserted FX - which does not operate in parallel to the dry feed but replaces it.


       


      I can thus, send the Bus 13 - 16 somewhere else via routing, say out one of the board XLR outputs and at the same time it going to the FX? The signal to both being controlled by the Master.


      Yes you can route the FX Send Buses (13-16) to outputs or Matrix Buses if required.


       


      I understand you don't want the Returns up when in Sends on Fader in the FX.  Putting the Returns up in a Mix Bus 1 - 12 would send what ever was sent to that FX to that Mix Bus.  This would not be the same as having the FX acting on the Mix Bus as when one wants to have reverb/delay in a monitor mix.  For that I would Insert an FX on the Mix Bus?


      You can add FX Returns to monitor mixes in the same way as you would for the Main mix. The catch is that FX Sends are normally post-fader so the FX level will depend on the channel's fader while the dry monitor signal is normally pre-fader. Most reverb/delay FX processors are not suitable for use as inserts as they do not have a Mix control to set the wet/dry balance. The exception is Modulation Delay. Inserted effects are normally used where the processed signal replaces the original. e.g. De-Esser, EQ, Pitch Shift...





      @DanielBecker 

      • August 7, 2019
    • DanielBecker
      DanielBecker

      Ok, so going further.


       


      I click on the FX1 stereo return.  I go to the Sends tab and see that I can send to any of the Mix buses plus the FX bus.  I realize I would not want to send to the FX bus.  I would get that loop thing going.


       


      If I send to a mix bus, am I only sending 1 side of the stereo return to the bus?  Is there really a difference in that the stuff going into the FX did not go in stereo, can't be panned going in so I assume it does not matter?

      • August 7, 2019
  • MikeBurton
    Contributor - Level 3
    2020-01-14

    Hi there, 

    I have a scene with the X32 that I have attached. I didn't have any issue with it before, but now I can't seem to figure out the routing.


    In Reaper, Outs 1-2 are for our in-ear sends (Outs 1-2 XLR on the X32) and Outs 7-8 are supposed to be the FOH sends (Just backings, no click or notifications; Outs XLR 7-8 on the X32)).

    My issue is that I can get audio, but it is straight from Reaper; I can't control anything in the X32. I assume my routing must be a little buggered. While this is useable, I would very much like to be able to control levels and sends from Mixing Station or the X32 PC Program.

    What exactly am I doing wrong here? I am fairly accomplished at DAW mixing but I seem to get dyslexia when it comes to the X32 control panels.

     

    Specs:

    Running a PC Laptop connected to the X32 via USB. All drivers updated.

    X32 connected to dedicated Wifi router

    Reaper multitrack session for program changes to Axe FX and backing track files.

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    • MikeBurton
      Paul_Vannatto

      Hi Mike @MikeBurton 


      Thanks for providing your scene file (without asking). It makes troubleshooting so much easier. The reason why you have absolutely no control of the outputs from Reaper is that you have assigned the signals coming from Reaper (via the card in) directly to the XLR Outs in the Routing section. If you want to control these signals, you have to bring them into the console and assign them to channel strips. If you are only dealing with 4 signals (out 1-2 for IEM and 7-8 for FOH) the most economical way is to use the Aux In Remap. But is there a reason why you are using Out 1-2 and 7-8? Can you change the Reaper outputs to make them 1-4? If so, then assign Card 1-4 to the Aux In Remap. If not, you can use the new User In to bring those 2 pair together, then assign User In 1-4 to Aux In Remap.


       


      After you have mapped them appropriately, disable the Main LR from Aux 1-2 and send those signals to the mixbuses you want to control with Mixing Station. 


       

      • January 14, 2020
    • MikeBurton
      MikeBurton

      Thanks for the reply!

      There is no reason to use 7-8 other than physical separation. I can assign it to 3-4.


      The issue I am running into is that I also need to use XLR inputs for live mics (3 mics channels 1-3) as well as guitars (inputs 4-5) bass (6) and drum mics (7-8). I tried routing it but I am just getting the signal (Output 1-2 from Reaper) going into the first two vocal channels in the X32.

      • January 14, 2020
    • MikeBurton
      GaryHiggins

      @MikeBurton Hi Mike, looking at this-are you recording or just using live ch's and playing card backing/click? If just playing tracks It would seem as the card out routing has no bearing except to complicate the issue...afaict with the XLR out-if I understood-you use a spitter-so the xlr outs should be in play for your in ear and other monitor mixes. As Paul @Paul_Vannatto said in his post you are sending your 8 live ins directly out of the 8 physical XLR's. I think maybe that's the issue, the xlr out settings. I read this as none of your actual mixbusses will be assigned an xlr out just direct outs of your 8 "live" inputs. I might try a pretty basic set up of your 8 live inputs, card 9-16 to grab your first 4 backing and click, leave card out at the default and your xlr out at default (out 1-4/5-8). You can give FOH the splitter feeds of the 8 live inputs and xlr outs 7 and 8 which will have your backing tracks via mixbus 7/8. The rest of your mixes as set in out 1-16 routing. Just a thought-sorry if I misunderstand.

      • January 14, 2020
  • andyp13
    Contributor - Level 3
    2020-05-16

    On my old x32 I had 'touch-sensitive faders' if I touched a fader it would select that particular channel.

    Does the new Wing not have this feature?

    i saw an option in the setup called 'Fader Select' but that does not do anything whether it's on or off so I'm not sure what that is for? 

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    • andyp13
      GaryHiggins

      @andyp13 


      Fader select has to do with the main touchscreen knob.


      Fader Select on = Touchscreen KNOB turning causes the selected ch fader movement.


       


      Fader Select off = Touchscreen KNOB turning does not cause ch fader movement.


       

      • May 15, 2020
    • andyp13
      andyp13

      Hi Gary


      So does the Wing not have the facility of the touch fader to select channel then? is this not an option on this desk ?


       

      • May 15, 2020
  • dv
    Contributor - Level 1
    2019-06-10

    First of all, if this is the wrong place to post this, let me know.

    I recently acquired a Behringer Xenyx X1204USB mixer. However, the USB Audio output seems to be extremely quiet. Audio does come through, but I need to turn the main outs as well as the headphones volume control most of the way up to hear it. Even with these all the way up, it still is quieter than a whisper.

    I do not believe this is a problem with the computer or any other hardware, because I used an identical setup before, but with an iTrack Solo instead of a X1204USB (I use the 2-track outputs).

    The unit seems to be otherwise completely functional. Audio from other sources, including the XLR and line inputs, as well as the returns is outputted perfectly.

    I am going to try using a different USB cable to connect the mixer to my computer as soon as I get a chance, but I have used the cable currently in use with no problem before.

    Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thank you very much,

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    • dv
      RichardYClark


      @dv wrote:


      However, the USB Audio output seems to be extremely quiet. Audio does come through, but I need to turn the main outs as well as the headphones volume control most of the way up to hear it. Even with these all the way up, it still is quieter than a whisper.


      The unit seems to be otherwise completely functional. Audio from other sources, including the XLR and line inputs, as well as the returns is outputted perfectly.



      Don't quite understand where the problem is. I am confused by the two statements 'USB Audio output seems to be extremely quiet' and ' as well as the returns is outputted perfectly.' They seem to contradict one another. Where are you listening that is so low level?

      • June 10, 2019
    • dv
      dv

      @RichardYClark 


      I apologize for the confusion. Hopefully this clears things up.


      When I use the returns in conjunction with the sends on the mixer, everything seems to work fine. I often use the sends and returns to use miked instruments with pedals, and this works fine. However, when I connect the mixer to my computer, and play audio from the computer, the audio is outputted very quietly from the mixer. I did make sure that the volume was turned up on the computer.


      Again, sorry for the confusion. Thank you for the help.

      • June 11, 2019
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