Behringer X32 - Bus Setup Explanation - NRCC




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John Cali: Drew,

I have been running an analog system for 20 years and recently got into the x32. Your videos have been SO helpful. Thank you so much for posting them.

Wale Adebanjo: Hi Drew. I am using my X32 in a live band. I could only get to use output channels 1 to 4 because others didn't work. What can I do please? Thanks.

tharon drake: Thanks for taking the time to do this, you just saved me like a yrs worth of reading a manual and stuff. Showed me exactly what i needed to do.

PewPewReload: You said a TON about what you do, but not HOW you do it...  frustrated setting up subgroups on this mixer.

Duncan Ramsbottom: Hi Drew, I have 6 in ear buses.  They have all been set up as pre fader.  The slider on some of them doesn't adjust the overall volume in the in ear.  Do you perhaps know what the problem could be.

TheKnarlyKarly: Great videos.  We just bought an X32 at our church and are upgrading from a 16 year old A&H 48 channel board.  Your videos are helping me determine some of the best ways to configure the board such that the learning curve for our various volunteers is minimal.  Thx!

Drew Brashler: I feed the music channels into the LR bus via subgroups, CD/AV also feeds the LR directly. Speech feeds the Mono bus. I feed the LR and M bus into Matrix 1 for feeding the PA off of Output 16. I also feed the Mono and LR bus into Matrix 3&4 for sending to recording devices such as our video system and 70v system for the bathrooms. I mix the mono bus +4dB into Matrix 3&4 and LR -8dB into Matrix 3&4. This way speech sounds the same volume in the recording, even though it is quieter in the room.

Al Edwards: PA mono, Monitor mono. So from the rear you feed the PA from where L&R or from the mix out 1 ?

Drew Brashler: I wish! To utilize a stereo subgroup, you would need to "link" two of the subgroups together. Also with any linking on the console the first channel in a link is always an odd number. For instance, you can link 1&2 3&4. But you would not be able to link 2&3. Hope this helps.

Adam Rollin: When the buses are set up as subgroups, does each fader channel represent a stereo subgroup, or would you need two faders to accomplish stereo?

Simon Magnusson Music: The user interface looks like Ableton Live

Tom Burri: Hi and thanks for all your helpfull videos! Did you already made a video on the "compression-trick" at about 3:00? Or can you explain here in short words, how to configure it? This sounds interresting. Thanks, Tom

J-N-H-M: so how do you route stuff out of the actual AUX outs not just the 16 outs

Drew Brashler: Yes, because my main PA system is mono, I have all my channels in a mono spacing. I route the mono channels into mono subgroups. The subgroups then get fed to the LR buss and into matrix 3 & 4 (setup as a stereo link) to be able to output to my CD recorder, video recording system and a live feed to another room. This is at the stereo device still mono (aka in the center with no panning). Matrix 1 is the output to my main PA system. Also my in ear monitors are mono.

Drew Brashler: Yup, the delay is on the output page defining the 16 omni outputs of the board. You will find this in the setup pages of the board. I believe it is 1ms to 500ms, but then again, I am not in front of the board to check! Let me know if you have issues finding it.

ZedLee100: Nice tutorials. I have found them very useful. Have you found a way to delay the mains, center fill, etc. outputs for time alignment? So far I have only found it on the Monitor outputs. (Top right hand control. Not "monitor" mix outs.) I want exactly what is on the Monitor outs, a simple delay not a delay effect. Thanks, Lee

MrPaulBa: I HAVE A LITTLE QUESTION: Do you use only mono groups (for drums, vocals) ? If you record the groups via a matrix bus, your drums and vocals are then in mono, or I'm wrong? Or you do you send the drums direct to the main mix and then to the matrix for recording? Thanks for your nice video tutorials, it helps me a lot, because we change in the next month to the x32 in our church in Germany.

Lucas David Suàrez: Hi, thanks for sharing this video! i need some help, i need to create two channels as master bus, but i don`t know how to do this. Becouse i need 3 equals masters channels, for 3 differents recorders! Thanks !

Dave Korynoski: Sorry for calling you berry drew

Dave Korynoski: Thanks berry for all the info I was wondering if you could show me how to set up the mains out to the s16 analog outs and also what eq you are using and comp post or pre eq and where to get smaartlive and the best way to use it with the x32 thanks dave christ church
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