Originally Posted by Deborah Crook
Thank you for bringing this to our attention. I am sorry to hear you are having issues with your X32. I will PM you right away to discuss this further.
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Both problems sound like a hotel power issue to me. Try getting a small UPS (1000VA) and see if it happens again (which I highly doubt).
My only requests after a month using the X32 are
1 to be able to assign a buttom to a especific page of a efex like FX 2 eq B
2 to be able to copy 1 graphic eq I did on graphic eq a and paste it on b
3 a wealthy preset library to have start point for on the fly
Illegal OSC message from X32
I've written an OSC program which access the meter data from the X32, but the OSC library I use throws away the meter messages because the path portion of the message is illegal. All legal paths start with a slash "/", but the path portion of the meter messages is missing the slash.
For example I'm subscribing to /meters/6, but the return message just has meters/6. The meter messages going to XControl also have the same issue, they just have meters/5. Other return messages seem to get it right and include the slash, it's just the meters that seem to have the problem.
The OSC library I'm using performs extensive validity checking on incoming messages and throws away any malformed messages, which is the correct behavior according to the OSC spec. So in order to get these meter values I have to download the source for the library and hack it to turn off the validity testing.
Please fix this,
Things I'm missing:
- Send on faders for the matrix mixes: put the mixbus send levels on the left set of faders.
- Tip for the S16 mk2: AES EBU output(s) for digital connection to e.g. the DCX2496.
- Or: provide an affordable ADAT to 4x AES EBU convertor.
Dear Behringer Santa or better Easter bunny !
here is my wish list
1. RTA function that i can use my ECM 8000 + maybe with a automatic EQ like my DBX Driverack ( That i can sell ist an get a second S16 )
2. Anti Feedback Funktion in Monitor or and Main
3. Better Fader for X32 Version 2
4. A better Speaker management.
5. Dynamics and EQ Libary with ready preset´s ( like for Drums , Vocals etc. ) like my 01V96 it have.
Ok that´s the first wishes, more comes maybe in future .
X32 Noise Pops & L/R Meters Pegging
My new X32 has noise and pops on AUX 1-6, then the noise turns into L/R & Solo meters pegging to max until I turn it off. When I restart all is well for a while, then with nothing plugged into the X32 it will start making noise in aux 1-6 and at some point once again the the main meters will peg, and if I do not shut it down they will return to normal in about 5 seconds go back down and all is OK till it decides to do it again.I need this unit to work every day consistently and it has done this crazy stuff since it was delivered. I have installed all updates. Has anyone else had this problem. Where can I get help? Please advise. Thank You
H.O.W. wish list
1)Automixer based on the Dugan Algorithm, patchable via the existing DCAs perhaps?
2)The missing orchestra instrument scribble trip icons plus handbells, pipe organ, earset mic. If there is a maximum number the board can hold I would happily delete things like the 4X12 half stack from ours and download replacements from this website.
3)Feedback detection/elimination. The previous Behringer implementations have been underwhelming please investigate the systems used by Shure and Sabine. As part of this please implement Q up to 100 for all PEQs on the desk for feedback removal.
4)Android control application in versions for Phones and tablets.
5)If no feedback elimination or automixing will be forth coming then please allow routing of analog insert points and/or direct outs via unused XLR inputs and outputs on the desk not just the 1/4" auxes especially when using the S16 it seems silly to be limited to just the six auxes with 40 other unused connection points at hand.
Just got the board. The one thing that seems to be a big miss that should be easy to fix is the ability to easily pan a stereo IEM mix. I know I'm not the only one to post this, but I wanted to make sure it was addressed. I think it's especially important to add it to the ipad and the iphone app. If there is a way to do this that I am unaware of, please reply. I would suggest using the even numbered bus (ex bus 2 if bus 1 is left and bus 2 is right side of iem mix). When selecting even bus, center the faders at halfway (-10db) and let them act as the pan control and the 1 bus would still be the fader. As for the app, I'm sure you could add 1 more screen on the fader swipe landscape mode that would have pan knobs or something similar. Thanks for providing this opportunity to give feedback. Mike
Originally Posted by MIKE LEEP JR
Thanks for your feedback. If you are creating a IEM mix on a linked pair of Mix Busses then the PAN control can be found on the 2nd BUS SEND encoder for that pair in the BUS SENDS section.
For example lets say we link MIX BUS 1 and 2, BUS SEND encoder 1 becomes the level control for the pair and BUS SEND encoder 2 becomes the pan control.
Press the SELECT button above any channel assigned to the mix bus pair, make sure you are on the home tab.
On the right hand side of the screen you will see the BUS SENDS window, BUS SEND 1 will show the level of signal being sent to the bus, as you turn BUS SEND encoder 1 you will see the orange bar move in this section representing the level of signal being sent. In BUS SEND 2 you will see that there is a Grey line in the middle, as as you rotate BUS SEND encoder 2 you will see the orange bar move left or right, if you have your pan control set in the middle there will be no orange bar. You can monitor this by pressing solo on the MIX BUS. Repeat this process for all channels routed to the MIX BUS pair until you have the desired mix.
Unfortunately this process(as yet) isn't possible using iPad/Phone app, we are however constantly listening to our customers and developing as many ideas as possible. I hope this helps you Mike and once again thank you for your feedback.
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