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  • MichaelShirley
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-06-01

    I registered my new UMC404HD over a month ago and received an email confirmation that the product was registered. However, I still have not received a code to use waveform. I tried to do another ticket about the issue, but it just shows as another product registration. I may have done something wrong but this is where I am currently. Any help would be appreciated. 

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  • ddchurch3
    Contributor - Level 2
    2020-06-01

    When I try to record from XAir 18 into Garageband, I am unable to modify the output using the faders, effects, etc. I have tried changing the signal tap points on the USB Out page via iPad --analog, post-eq, post-fader -- without any change in the USB signal. The only control that seems to work is the channel gain.

    Any suggestions on other ways to modify the signal?

    Our church uses the XAir-18 for live worship, and now we're trying to use it for streaming, as well.

    Thanks!

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    • ddchurch3
      GaryHiggins

      @ddchurch3 


      Hello, sounds like what you tried should do it. Can you copy your scene and post it here? Probably the quickest way to locate the issue.

      • June 1, 2020
    • ddchurch3
      ddchurch3

      First time copying a scene; hope this works.

      Dave

      Worship Scene.scn
      • June 1, 2020
    • ddchurch3
      CraigFowler

      The USB out page shows that signals are sent post preamp (analogue tap point,) except for USB1+2, which are set to the analogue output (which is really the input) of bus6.  Although channels feed bus6 post-eq so you can make your livestream mix, you don't have any FX turned up in that bus.

      • June 1, 2020
    • ddchurch3
      GaryHiggins

      @ddchurch3 


      At present as Craig said, all USB ch's are being sent out pre everything so you won't get any XR ch processing to your daw. If you want them to include ch processing, including fader position and pan you need to make all usb ch sends (including 1/2) be Post fader. Also if bus 6 is your stream feed and sending it 2x as USB 1 and 2 is to get a stereo type feed. You might be better off linking bus 5 and 6 then you can actually pan each ch to that bus pair. Make USB out 1 be bus 5 and USB out 2 be bus 6. Daw ch's 1/2 should record your live feed stereo and 3-18 should record the rest of your ch's (17/18 being aux)

      • June 1, 2020
    • ddchurch3
      ddchurch3

      Thank you, Gary and Craig.


      So if I understand correctly, in order to send USB signal with effects and fader, I need to:


      1. Change USB send settings to "Post EQ + Mute" for any channels we're sending?


      2. Increase/decrease Fx via the Bus 6 faders, not just at the individual channel level?


      Sorry to be asking such basic questions. There is no one in our organization who has any knowledge of sound board operation. What little I have learned has been from YouTube and reading the manual, both of which leave many unanswered questions.


      Thank you for your help.


       


       

      • June 1, 2020
  • Herm-JanRiemer
    Contributor - Level 2
    2020-06-01

    Hi guys!

    So with churches closed we had to record our band for recorded services. I recorded 32 channel outs on an pc and mixed them afterward in Ableton with waves plugins. This really boosted the quallity of our sound and we want to try using these plugins live aswell.
    Now to my question. Is it possible to run my channels from the X32 into my DAW and than back into the X32 with the processed sounds?

    And how would i be doing this?

    Thanks in advance!!
    Herm-Jan

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    • Herm-JanRiemer
      RexBeckett

      @Herm-JanRiemer 


      Yes you could do this but latency may be a problem for live use.


       


      Are you recording the preamp outputs (by routing the Card (USB) outputs from local or AES50 sources)? If so you could route the Card (USB returns) to the required channels on Routing -> Inputs. This would insert the DAW between the preamps and the channel inputs.

      • May 31, 2020
    • Herm-JanRiemer
      Herm-JanRiemer

      We are recording from AES50. We've got an X32 compact for FOH use, an X32 rack for inear use and a S32 to connect all the instruments.


      So route AES50 channels into DAW like i have been doing with the multitrack recording. How would i route them back into the X32 so i can still use these faders to controll volume?


       

      • May 31, 2020
    • Herm-JanRiemer
      CraigFowler

      Presuming you're going S32>Rack(Mons)>Compact(FOH)>DAW


      Routing on Rack remains the same.  On the Compact, Routing>Inputs, and set Inputs1-32 to Card 1-32.  This will get you your DAW-processed signals back into the FOH console for further processing\summing.


       


      It's a bit more complicated (though still doable) to get these DAW-processed signals to the monitor console as well, but I wouldn't recommend it due to the latency the DAW plugins will add to the signals.  Although the latency added might be ok for FOH, it's probably not going to be ok for monitors, especially IEMs.  Also, you're probably going to want to ensure that you send all signals to the FOH console, even if you're only running plugins on a handful, and make the DAW run some sort of automatic delay compensation across everything to ensure the signals all remain coherent when they're summed.

      • May 31, 2020
    • Herm-JanRiemer
      DickStraathof

      I should recommend Waves Multirack instead of your DAW. I guess Multirack will have less latency then a DAW has plus Multirack takes care automatically of the latency ( if you run their latency calculation once on all your outgoing channels).
      I have tried S32 -> X32 -> Multirack -> X32 -> P16 to IEM once, but that doesn't work because of the latency what is created, it was unduable to play.....
      But you take your mons direct from the X32 rack, so latency will occur only to the FOH sound and than it might work... trial and error is the best way to find out...
      Good luck


      DickS

      • May 31, 2020
    • Herm-JanRiemer
      Herm-JanRiemer

      Thanks! We don't run P16's though. Just normal outputs into an headphone amp with wired signal to musicians. (cheap but good) Also i thought that inears never needed the processed sounds anyway. Or is that just my assumption? I have never ran them processed anyways and musicians have never cared. 

      • June 1, 2020
  • Muller
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-06-01

    Bonjour mon nu3000 ne démarre plu depuis hier il reste en rouge le ventillo c lance puis s'arrête rien de branche dessus il marche très bien ya 2 jours hier quand jai branche la prise rien reste en rouge 

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  • MARTIN55
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-05-31

    Please can anyone tell me how I program the sliders to use with kontakt please ??

    I want to use the sliders for expression...in Ableton and Cubase

     

    I have a Macbook Catalina

     

    thx

    M

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    • MARTIN55
      DaveMorrison

      @MARTIN55 


      Which model of X-Touch.


      If it's the full-sized X-Touch, then all assignments are done in the DAW. The full-sized X-Touch is just a clone of the mackie control devices (with extra modes for X/M mixer control). 


      Search for using Mackie Control with Ableton and Cubase. Their user forums are a good place to start.

      • May 31, 2020
  • Nijelusa
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-05-30
    Hello! My name is Nijel and I am still learning much with regards to analog synthesizers, as the Behringer Model D is my first one. I noticed it was out of tune, and did the oscillator calibration following the manual. I was wondering what specifically does the oscillator calibration do (and the meaning of scale and ranges for the oscillators and what changing them does)? Also, what is a more detailed purpose of the pitch CV calibration and the octave range calibration, and why these may need to be done along with the oscillator calibration (for ex. does the pitch cv calibration only affect the 1 V/oct cv input? And would changing Osc 2 octave range on the front panel just throw away the oscillator calibration done for the other octaves?) Thank you!
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  • IanJTurner
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-05-30

    Hi

    I'm using an X-Touch Compact with Cubase 10.  I understand that Mackie Control functionality will vary, depending on the DAW, and I've found that Cubase's implementation lacks a few key features (compared with Logic, for instance).  Whis this in mind I was hoping to use the X-Touch Compact in MC mode for general mixing, and then switch to Standard mode for more detailed editing. So, I have the X-Touch Compact set up as a Mackie Control device in Cubase, and also as a Generic Remote device.

    I worked out how to switch from MC mode to Standard mode and back without having to power off the device, but I discovered an odd anomoly.  Unless I go into Cubase's device set up and remove the X-Touch Compact from the Mackie Control dialogue, then - when in Standard mode, the buttons on the X-Touch Compact all send what appear to be keyboard shortcut style function commands to Cubase (zooming in and out or starting record or playback, for example) - in addition to the commands that I've set up in the Generic Remote. I can see no way to stop this happening - other than removing the device from the Mackie Control dialogue.  I wonder if anyone here can help with this?

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  • flpccc
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-05-30

    Hi guys,

    I connected this sweet foot pedal to my PC through the M-Audio Uno USB/midi interface, installed the latest driver downloaded from the M-Audio site and it is working with each bank/pedal corresponding to adequate Guitar Rig preset. Example1: Bank0 / Pedal1 will be 001 preset in Guitar Rig and so on.

     

    My problem is that I am not able to program each bank/pedal to do what I assign it to through Options>Controller. I am only able to program Expression Pedals 1 and 2 however I want. When I try to do exactly the same thing with pedals my input just gets ignored and the preset changes to whatever default value are (see example1 above). I am quite sure I am performing the correct steps as I was able to program EP 1 and 2 with no issues.

     

    My questions is: How do I get Guitar Rig to recognize my pedals and allow me to program them through Options>Controller the way I'm able to program Expression Pedals?

    What piece of information am I missing? Please help me out! I spent many hours trying to work around this to no avail...

    Alternately, I downloaded the FCB1010 Manager which I am trying to figure out as we speak.

     

    Thanks!!

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  • EllisLampman
    Contributor - Level 3
    2020-05-29

    Does running IEM (earbuds) like Westones out of the HA8000 work well? Obviously a 1/4" to 3.5mm adapter is needed, but I'm more concerned with the impedence working with earbuds as opposed to headphones.

    The 1/4" phone jack out of my Mimic Pro drum module sounds terrible with my IEMs, so I think thats an impedance issue with it being designed for over-the-ear headphones.

    Anybody know about this?

    Thanks

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    • EllisLampman
      RexBeckett

      @EllisLampman 


      Westone IEMs usually have an impedance of 19 Ohms. The HA8000 V2 can drive headphones with impedance as low as 8 Ohms so should be fine. The combination of Westone's high sensitivity with the high output level of the HA8000 could make them very loud. Be careful with the level controls!

      • May 29, 2020
  • PW
    Newcomer - Level 2
    2020-05-29

    Hi,

    I have recently bought the UMC22 and I'm concerned about the noise I get, even when there's nothing connected at the input. Please, have a look at the spectrum I got at 100% gain. I guess, that the peak at 50Hz is from my power source (I'm from Europe).

    Is there a way to reduce the noise or is it normal for this low-end products?

    Thanks in advance for your comments.  

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    • PW
      RexBeckett

      @PW 


      At full gain and with no input connected, hum at -75dB is not unusual. If the hum is at a similar level when the input is terminated or shorted it might suggest that there is a grounding issue with your configuration.

      • May 29, 2020
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