With that console, where channels run 1-16 on the first layer and 17-32 to the 'flipped' layer, you could pair 1 & 17, 2 & 18 etc, which meant you could effectively work with up to 16 stereo faders in a single view.
I would like Behringer to consider offering that type of functionality - please!
It would be nice to integrate the buss receiving signals in the copy paste function. To set up fast monitor mixes it is much easier to copy one and make small changes to the other than generating the complete mix again.
This would be very helpful.
Permissions or access control
This has probably already been requested but i am hoping to here an update from behringer.
We have one X32 at the moment and plan to buy another very soon for our church. However it is critical that there is some way of giving different users different levels of control.
I was happy to see that X32 could be used as Control Surface for a DAW ... BUT equally disappointed when I found out that this is just managed from the BUS section.. Don't know if there are any technical reasons for it - but I would be very happy to see the input section as control surface --- or even better if input section was the first 16 channels and the Bus section channels 17-24
Sorry if this have been mentioned before
While it makes things easier for selecting buses, the paired selection of the bus modes on a per channel basis prevents me from accomplishing what I'd really like to do for IEM mixes. I have 8 IEM mixes, 7 of which have their own vocals and instruments. So I have a vocal 1-5 and monitor mixes for those 5 vocalists, plus a guitarist and bassist that also sing, everybody has their own mix.
In their own mix, I want to set them to be post-EQ so they won't abuse their vocal chords. In everyone else's mix I want them to be pre-fader so they won't abuse everyone's ears and so the vocal mix stays a little more stable. I can accomplish this for everyone but the person who shares the pair of mix buses. Vocal 1 and Vocal 2 will hear each other uncompressed, but everyone else compressed. Per bus selection would allow everyone to hear exactly what I intend.
Also, it's probably been mentioned before, but I'd love to have individual assignment of signals to the card and AES50 outputs instead of dealing with them in banks of 8. It seems the UI could easily provide the best of both worlds for fast selection and customize-able routing with a second layer to the pages that gives a long list of individual output devices matched to their sources like the analog outs and p16 pages do. You could quickly assign the bulk in blocks of 8, then customize just the channels needed.
Would be nice to have dedicated GEQ's on all buss outputs separate from the effects rack. Also an RTA. Thanks!
I'm waiting for some firmware improvements before to buy, and I hope to see they soon:
- 4 User Layer - for example, pressing both the
"DAW remote" + "CH 1-16" = User Layer 1
"DAW remote" + "CH 17-32" = User Layer 2
"DAW remote" + "AUX IN/USB" = User Layer 3
"DAW remote" + "BUS MASTER" = User Layer 4
or retrieved via the User Key
- I would like to link 2 or more channel, close or far
- The possibility to choose a STEREO FADER could be very useful.
- I need a MultiSelect function to make mass changes.
- The ability to send bus to another bus without wasting a channel.
- I want to find indications dB on the display when I move the fader. For example, if I am in the page METERS / CHANNEL see the position of the faders, but I can not bring one to exactly 0 dB because there is not an indicator of change.
- And then there is the problem that when a MUTE GROUP mute a channel that is already muted the channel itself should not be rehabilitated disabled by the MUTE GROUP.
May have been requested, so apologies if it has.
What about a built in click track that can be sent to whatever bus you feel the need to do so. It wouldnt take up too many resources to implement i would imagine. If it synced to incoming midi as well, even better.
Just thinking -- as it is a great piece for the studio, being able to send a click to anywhere would be such an advantage.
For live like myself using sequencers -- a midi synced click track to send to a drummer, would ensure perfect timing everytime etc.