This is often caused by accidentally sending a FX Return channel back into the Bus that is feeding the same FX processor that return is coming from, creating a loop. Select your FX Return channels and view the HOME screen, which shows you all of the 16 Bus sends for that channel on the right. Make sure that for each FX return, there is no send level to its ...
To be honest any mic can do Foley, I've seen Foley done with an sm57 which is historically an instrument mic. Foley has much more to do with technique than what mic you are using, 80% of Foley is the art and creativity. I have done Foley with an SE1 mic which cost less than £100. As such in an emergency as long as your Foley technique is good, everything is ...
Unfortunately xenyx 302usb doesn't provide adequate phantom power for a condenser mic. It just provides 15V where a condenser mic requires 48V.
The only solution is to get a preamp with 48V phantom power and connect its output to a line input on xenyx.
There is also no technical specifications sheet on its product page. I actually never heard of any use of ...
Just get a basic Behringer USB preamp interface that supports Phantom power. Then there's a direct connection from the microphone through the preamp into the computer. Job done. Impedance isn't a problem for you. Just get the interface, plug it in and then manage the preamp gain on the interface.
a. Make the setup work with the new balanced audio cables and restore the fidelity of the audio.
You don’t have new balanced audio; you have unbalanced stereo going into a balanced input which does not work and is why the audio sounds horrible and like things are missing. (Because they are.)
b. Change the setup in a way that the 1/8" to 2x 1/4" ...
Are the subwoofer crossover outputs indeed for passive speakers? Or are they intended for active speakers or amplifier?
I would expect an active subwoofer to have the crossover at line level since passive crossovers at speaker level are quite more expensive and lower in quality.
If the crossover outputs are at line level, then you want to route the line ...
I think so, yes. Route both L and R to one matrix bus, and assign that to Out 1.
That depends on how you provide a signal to the Out port: Out 1-16 is just the output assignment. You set the volume on the channel that feeds the output. This can be the mains, but also any of the buses, an Aux bus or a matrix.
You're comparing apples and oranges:
To make sure you've got the USB interface set to 32 channels:
Setup menu, Card tab:
set to 32 in/32 out.
To connect the USB input to the 32 channels:
Routing menu->Home tab:
this is a list of possible inputs that can be assigned to the channels. This is done in blocks of 8:
In the input 1-8 column, select the row 'Card 1-8'. This assigns channel 1-8 of ...
I replaced the unbalanced cables with 1/8" to 1/4" cables, thinking that would fix it.
That's still an unbalanced cable. Your PC output is unbalanced, any cable connected to it will be unbalanced.
You could insert a DI between the PC output and the mixer. Use a passive DI or an active DI with a power supply. Experiment with the Ground lift switch.
The way to route channels 7 and 8 to the mains is to pan them on to each side and push them up like you were mixing FOH for a show. Set the aux channels to pre-fader and then turn them up in the aux. Use 7 and 8 like you are mixing normal and pan them and push the faders up to where you want.
No, that won't work. There's a USB port on the S16 but according to the manual, it's for firmware updates only.
A long USB cable might be possible, but you'd have to test that. For cable lengths over 5 m you need a USB amplifier. I'm using two of those at home for a 12 m long link between a USB device and a computer, but that's a low-bandwidth USB 1 device....
OK that sound is mains frequency induction into the microphone or the cable. It can be eliminated by ensuring you have a correctly balanced cable between your interface and microphone. If, once checking you have correct cabling, you are still hearing this noise, then you possibly have a power supply or interface issue.
I had this same issue and what would recommend and what worked for me is make sure the two boxes by the bottom are checked when setting up your driver in reaper! Especially the (Ignore asio reset messages, needed for some buggy drivers) box
I think the manual is pretty clear. Stereo mixer output into the subwoofer, stereo output from the subwoofer into either active speakers or a stereo power amp with passive speakers. The subwoofer has active crossovers at line level.
You need a line per channel. You have 2 lines, so you can only record two channels at a time through the mixer. You would need to assign them to the left and right channels of your output respectively by using the pan knobs.
You only have two other options if you don't have inserts. You can send out on an aux channel and feed it back as another input. This may work in this case if you don't need stereo, but it will be a bit ugly. You would need to left and right pan each channel set and then use the 4 channels of AUX (1L, 1R, 2L, 2R) and returns to handle it. You'll need to ...
Insert Effects process all of the signal with the effect you assign. It will process 100% off your signal and you will have a compressed output.
(Input Signal) → (Apply Insert Effect) → (Processed Signal)
It is called insert effect because you literally insert the effect in the middle of your signal path.
So, yes, compressor is a nice insert effect ...
Behringer make several small and simple USB audio interfaces like their U-Control series. And versions with more features like the U-Phoria series, etc. Of course there are many other makers of similar USB audio interfaces as small as a thumb drive. There are few actual performance differences between these products as most of them typically use the same ...
This mixer doesnt support usb connectivity, youll need a usb interface for that.
After you get a usb interface you can route your mac to output the channels from your usb interface outputs and then just connect them to your mixer.
Until then you can simply connect your minijack to your mixers input..
these are interchangeable capsules. Try switching the capsules around and attempt to further isolate the fault to the body or the capsule. This will also be a chance to give the capsules connection plates a bit of a clean and see if that helps. Otherwise, if you can identify the fault, get it repaired under warranty.
1) you will need something to manage the inputs. I only know of software solutions. I use Logic.
2) I don't have experience with the UMC1820 but I have their XAir x18 and it's a single device with multiple channels, probably safe to assume the UMC is the same.
3) not that I'm aware of. Since it sounds like you'll want to do some sort of mixdown anyway, why ...
Ok, so I got my mistake.
It is possible to use the setup to do live sound as well as record. The missing part was setting up the routing in the card out menu. That is where we choose what the sound card will be using, and sending via USB/Firewire to the computer. I set it to the AES50 ports A1 to A32.
The setup should look like this:
I just wanted to add a bit more details to Michael's answer regarding how to make it work with the UFX1204. I know it's 5 years later, but the manual doesn't properly address this trick.
First, send channels you want to hear effects on by turning their individual FX knobs. Press the FX ON button as well in the MULTI-FX section.
Then send everything on the ...
Some Behringer mixers have dedicated mon fx sends like the below (from the PMP1600):
Other Behringer mixers (e.g. the XENYX X1204USB) don't have that option and here you have to patch back the FX send into an unused channel and from this channel send to the monitors in question (but DON'T send to the FX send - it will create a feedback loop!).
Note that ...