Rooco Juan: Drew! I´ve a problem! I´ve been using the buses for monitors on pre fader
mode. the thing is I´cant mute it! how can this be posible!? the thing is
that i press the mute and the button turns on but nothing happens! Please
help me! thanks...
Bobby Ruggiero: Merry Christmas and thank you for all the great videos on the x32. I was
wondering if you can help me setting up a mix for the pm 16. I'm trying to
sub mix drums to 2 Chanel's (got that done) but now I was hoping to get
some reverb on the sub mix. Better yet, all the sub mix drums except the
kick drum? Thank you so much!!!
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?
nyaudioengineer: ala Dave Rat
Drew Brashler: The main outs are programmable, however in the stock setup from Behringer,
L is on output 15 and R is on output 16.
Evelyn Monroig: Thanks!!!
Drew Brashler: I'm sorry it took so long to reply, it showed up as spam apparently. The 16
outputs on the back of the board are separate from the ultranet. Inside the
routing of the X32 you can select what is being sent into the P16 monitors.
So yes, you would be able to free up those.
J-N-H-M: so how do you route stuff out of the actual AUX outs not just the 16 outs
Drew Brashler: You can also decide what to let through your subs with the Low Cut filter
on the X32 channels. My subwoofers's crossover point is 100Hz, so I can set
that a bit above 100Hz and that does the same function. I have run aux fed
subs in the past and I have found that on an analog console it is great,
but with the X32 it was very clunky to run it this way. Now that there are
the crossover filters in the matrix section it would aid to this type of
setup as you have a bit more control that way.
Simon Magnusson: The user interface looks like Ableton Live
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.
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
stronald: Hi thanks. How do you assing a channel to a busgroup?
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: heck yes! Dave Rat is awesome.
davekory47: Sorry for calling you berry drew
Drew Brashler: The 6 aux in's and out's are additional outs that can be used for various
things. They can be set up as a hardware insert point on any channel or mix
bus (it will add 0.7ms delay time into the audio path). Or you can use the
aux in for adding an iPod or CD player into the X32 without taking up any
of the 32 XLR ins. I have my CD player and iPod on the Aux in's. Then I
have a CD recorder using the Aux 5 and 6 out for recording our sermons to a
CD. Think of the AUX in/out as line level stuff.
J-N-H-M: but then what are the 6 aux Ins , and 6 aux outs for on the back?
Al Edwards: PA mono, Monitor mono. So from the rear you feed the PA from where L&R or
from the mix out 1 ?
Gergely Csaba Kaposvári: Thank you for the reply! I am glad to know that, I used the bus setup for a
Rolng M480 and it was working like a charm. Yeah but now I do get the point
of yours, nice workaround. And, cleaner too.
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 !
Drew Brashler: Reliability is hard to gauge so close to the release of the product.
Unforturnatly only time will tell for that. The X32 comes with a three year
warrenty so I do not have any worries about it. Quality wise is amazing. I
really think this is a Midas console with a Behringer logo on it. The audio
is VERY clear and VERY quiet. Much quieter and better sounding than the
48-Channel Allen & Heath ML4000 which the X32 replaced at my church. The
preamps are Midas designed. Simply put, I love it!
Drew Brashler: A DCA is a "digitally controlled amplifier" which is basically a remote
control to the faders of which are selected on that DCA. It is NOT an audio
path or summation point. You would need to bring the drums into a mix bus
to be able to add them into the P16 as a group as the mix bus is a summing
point for the audio. Let me know if you have any questions on how to set
Stephen Gonzales: I'm using the x32 with the p16 system and I'm trying to figure out how to
send a drums group into a channel on the p16. Right now I have the drums on
a DCA so I can bring them up or down together in the house but when
designating your p16 channels you don't have DCAs as an option. How can I
get a drum mix into my p16? Appreciate the vids,
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.
unitEvolution: Sounds like someone is a Dave rat fan!!
unitEvolution: You have compression on every channel, why not set them up so quiter stuff
in subgroups doesn't get the blanket compression, and use the DCA's
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.
Drew Brashler: The main reason is that we have our recording feed setup off of the main
mix of the board. So I want everything sounding the same on all sends that
leave the board. If I was running an aux fed sub, I would never have the
correct low end in the recordings that I would have in the room. So I let
my EAW system processor handle the crossover and run it normally. Also on
my subs, if I want more low end, I just use a LF shelf on the low end of
the main feed and boost below 100Hz. Works great!
Francisco Martinez: can you make a video showing how to set up group buses, bus sends to
monitors, post fader effect returns. Our church has put my in charge of
selecting what digital mixer to get. I'm looking at this mixer and the live
nelydk: Isn't bus a mono channel? When you said you put all your drums on 1 bus for
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
Gergely Csaba Kaposvári: Hey, I'd have the sub on the aux so that you can decide which instrument
you let through it. Is there any reason you don' like it this way?
fedele de marco: but for insert BUS? can i use for f.e. multirack inserting stereo bus via
CAR USB o FW?
davekory47: 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
Thomas Zimmer: Thanks for making AND sharing all of these very good made videos about the
X32. I kind of "fell in love" with this mixer (since I use the old DDX3213
for my band and small events up to 6 Bands). So until I can afford the X32
I learn and dream with your videos. At 3:20 in this video you mentioned a
"auto-mix" method by vary the the threshold of one and the same compressor.
I'm very interested in this and can't wait for this tutorial. Thanks again
for your great work! Kindly regards from Germany
Eli Ramos: Hi, super it's more easy when somebody explains it, thanks but, why some of
the scribble strips are off??
YTisverycool2007: Hi, first of all thanks for posting all the x32 instructional videos! Our
church is in the process of evaluating it and all your videos greatly help
us!!!!!!!!!1 I do have one question that would greatly appreicate your
clarification. I understand that Behringer x32 only have 16 outputs. If
we use the ultranet to setup the p16M would that allow us to free up the 16
outputs for something else since the p16M will be getting signal from
Ultranet port instead of the 16 output ports? Thank you!
J-N-H-M: how do you get sounds to the AUX Outs ?
advancesp: Hey there. Which are the main buses (L and R outputs)?. Because I saw that
there is only a CONTROL ROOM L and R output like in a studio mixer but not
the main output like in a normal live mixer.
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.
Simon Rodriguez, Jr.: Hi, my church uses avioms and I was planning on using them as well for my
band. I was wondering as to how I can set-up the sound board to send out
the signals to the avioms (personal moniters).