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 on: Today at 03:30:15 am 
Started by Bob Leonard - Last post by Justice C. Bigler
Is that extender to give extra channels so there is not so much bank changing required?
Yes.

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 on: Today at 03:11:04 am 
Started by Alexandre Saieg - Last post by Alexandre Saieg
Hi Alexandre,

you recently opened a thread asking just that, and some of us did help you - I posted a text file with instructions.

Have you read the responses we sent in the previous post? I'm asking because you didn't answer any of our replies in your previous post and instead you opened a new thread....

Can you post the scan you want to convert as a .txt file so I can analyse it?

Cheers


Sorry Diogo. Sorry for everyone. I am so afflicted with this question that I did not see that they helped me by answering. I will calmly read the answers and try to perform the suggested tasks
Thank you all for your help.
Pete, you're amazing.

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 on: Today at 03:09:47 am 
Started by Debbie Dunkley - Last post by Steve M Smith
I highly recommend having a hard wired connection as a failsafe.

Me too. In fact, so far I have been using the laptop as the main mixing platform and considering the tablet as backup.

I thought I would hate mixing on a laptop, but I didn't.

That has changed now though as I now have the X-Touch.


Steve.

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 on: Today at 03:06:33 am 
Started by Bob Leonard - Last post by Steve M Smith
All you need to do now is get an X-AIR mixer and use the X-TOUCH as a control surface.

That's what I am doing.  It works well.

Is that extender to give extra channels so there is not so much bank changing required?


Steve.

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 on: Today at 02:56:47 am 
Started by Bob Leonard - Last post by Daniel Levi
They even appear to be making extenders to the X-TOUCH , designs were teased for both a  single fader unit (X-TOUCH ONE) and the extender and the extender has now appeared on their website, no ship date though. Has USB and Ethernet for RTP-MIDI and a 2 port USB hub.
http://www.music-group.com/Categories/Behringer/Computer-Audio/Desktop-Controllers/X-TOUCH-EXTENDER/p/P0CCR



All you need to do now is get an X-AIR mixer and use the X-TOUCH as a control surface.

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 on: Today at 02:53:31 am 
Started by Alexandre Saieg - Last post by Diogo Nunes Pereira
I need to import a single sweep date from RF Explorer to the Sennheiser WSM. It's not so simple like import to WWB6. Some guys on ProSoundWeb explain how to do that on apple computer. But I have a PC and all my attempts were failed.
Someone knows  can i convert it ??

Hi Alexandre,

you recently opened a thread asking just that, and some of us did help you - I posted a text file with instructions.

Have you read the responses we sent in the previous post? I'm asking because you didn't answer any of our replies in your previous post and instead you opened a new thread....

Can you post the scan you want to convert as a .txt file so I can analyse it?

Cheers

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 on: Today at 02:45:56 am 
Started by Debbie Dunkley - Last post by Dan Mortensen
I think I might have found it by using the app on my mac. I prepped it for David and realized I get a much better view of things on here....

Not sure if it's still true, but when the mixer was still relatively new (but not brand new anymore) it was impossible to change routing/pre-post/stuff like that from the iPad. It would appear that you changed it in the iPad readout but nothing would actually change. Connecting to an actual computer let you change those things, and they stayed changed when changed on the computer.

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 on: Today at 02:44:40 am 
Started by Alexandre Saieg - Last post by Alexandre Saieg
I need to import a single sweep date from RF Explorer to the Sennheiser WSM. It's not so simple like import to WWB6. Some guys on ProSoundWeb explain how to do that on apple computer. But I have a PC and all my attempts were failed.
Someone knows  can i convert it ??

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 on: Today at 01:37:20 am 
Started by Kevin Maxwell - Last post by Justice C. Bigler
The CL only operates like an M7 in that the GUI is similar. Everything else about it is way better and easier to use.

The short cut to lock the center faders to a particular group is to hold down that fader bank selection button. I think it will blink or stay lit. DCAs can be assigned from the selected channel screen. You can assign inputs and outputs to any of the 16 DCA groups. If you press and hold the DCA group select button, it will roll out the DCAs to the left bank of 16 faders. 

What other shortcuts you looking for? The Touch and turn knob is your friend.

I like to program one of the UDKs, usually the bottom left one, to be a Selected channel recall button and use it as a Home button.

I don't know of a concise list of shortcuts for the CL5, though I would love to have one.

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 on: Today at 01:24:17 am 
Started by Doug Fowler - Last post by Matthias McCready
D'Angelo's Voodoo.... that rhythm  :)

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