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  1. #1
    mikemusic
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    DDM4000

    Hi,

    The reason I purchased my DDM4000 is because the ability to save and recall my settings was impressive to me. Problem is, I've never been able to save and recall my settings!

    Someone please tell me if I'm doing something incorrectly:

    First, I the time to set my microphone settings & channel effects to the way I like them. I then SAVE them to User 1 or 2. The problem I'm running into is that after shutting the board off, recalling User 1 or 2 doesn't do anything. What that means is that I then have to reconfigure all of my settings again. It's very annoying and defeats the purpose of why I purchased it in the first place.

    Is there a firmware patch or something available for the DDM4000 that will fix this?

    Really need your help,



    Thanks
    Mikemusic, NYC.

  2. #2
    ste4life
    Guest

    Re: DDM4000

    Hey,

    I have exactly your same issue.

    Nobody is able so save user settings correctly?

    How do you do that?


    Thanks for help.

    -Ste Jay-p-

  3. #3
    mikemusic
    Guest

    Re: DDM4000

    I hope to get a response from Behringer but all the DJs I know who use the DDM4000 have never gotten a response. Ugh!

  4. #4

    Re: DDM4000

    Hi mikemusic and ste4life,

    The DDM4000 should definitely allow you to save and recall your settings.

    Can you please confirm your are pressing Save or Load twice. You will see the word DONE! displayed on the screen after the second press.

    Best regards,
    Ed
    Eddie Rasguido
    Specialist, Product Support
    MUSIC Group
    BEHRINGER

  5. #5
    mikemusic - thank you for your patience.

    Zac in customer care verified this on his DDM4000 and sent this respsonse.

    "When saving and loading USER settings, make sure that you are selecting the appropriate command. After you have finished mapping your settings, push and hold the CONTROL SETUP encoder; this will bring up the global menu. Scroll down to USER SETTINGS and push the encoder. From here, select any open slot to save your preset settings. Save these settings by pushing the encoder once to select and again to verify.

    If you power down the mixer right away, your settings should be selected right away. If not, go back into the global menu; scroll down to the USER SETTINGS menu. Select which preset you want to open, use the FX 1 PARAM encoder to load and a second time to verify. Use the MIDI ESC switch and go back to the FX home page. Your settings are now saved and selected!

    You are able to store 8 User presets. Within these, you can save settings for: MIC Setup, TALK Setup, Channel Setup, FX Setup, Crossfader, Ultamizer, OUTPUT setup and MIDI settings."

    If you would like technical support assistance via the phone or need to start a warranty claim, please call 425-672-0816.
    Andrew Luck
    Specialist, Product Support DJ US
    MUSIC-Group US

  6. #6
    Mine work very well... and any time I save a new preset, that will be the one loaded when turn on again the mixer!

    Great mixer, badly you delayed to much the cmd series,
    I ordered after long waiting, 2 units of Reloop Contour, to sit next to my DDM4000 !
    Cheers...

    http://i49.tinypic.com/mi2yhf.jpg
    Last edited by Iordache Ionut; 12-09-2012 at 11:11 AM.

  7. #7
    My ddm4000 doesn't seem to saving the digital output in the output settings. I've followed the instructions shown here and in the manual to the letter and there aren't being saved. They don't lead up automatically when I switch it off and on again and they're not there if I manual load a user setting. In fact I don't think it's saving any settings.

    Am I missing something?

    I've only had it 8 days and I'm in the UK and mail ordered it from Germany so would prefer not to have to return it there as I don't have a back up.

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