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 on: Today at 11:12:18 pm 
Started by Andrew Broughton - Last post by Brian Jojade
I'd love the idea that you could remote control another console. This now means if the connection to FOH breaks, the show wouldn't stop.  It's definitely possible in theory, but has not been implemented as a feature natively.

So the best we've got is being able to use the IO on the rack and send all of the audio to your FOH console and send it back.  It works well for that.

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 on: Today at 09:14:15 pm 
Started by Andrew Broughton - Last post by Andrew Broughton
Not sure what your programming language of choice is, Andrew, but it wouldn't be a particularly complicated piece of software to write of you wanted to give it a go.

Conceptually, no, but internally these things are always more tricky than youíd think, and as you know, Iíve done my share of remote control software... ;-)

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 on: Today at 09:10:06 pm 
Started by Andrew Broughton - Last post by Andrew Broughton
If you hook up the Midi from one to the other you can have some control. I have controlled some of the DCAs on a second M32 coming out of the main M32 Midi out into a Midi Solutions Event Processor (MSEP) and into the Midi in on the second M32. With the MSEP you can load it with a program that tells it to only pass certain Midi messages. This was my way of linking limited control from the main M32 to the second M32. They were right next to each other. The Midi implementation is limited in these consoles so there isnít a whole lot you can control. But if you were to just hook up the Midi out of the X32 to the Midi in on the X32rack the rack will follow on things like the faders the mutes and the pan controls and a couple of other things.
Interesting! I would suspect OSC would be the more complete protocol for the Behringer.

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I have wondered if there was a way with using the Remote switch on an X32 or M32 and if there was a way to treat a second console as a DAW since the remote function is meant to control a DAW.
Guess it depends on whether the protocols match. The Mackie protocol seems to be popular, and often protocols arenít configurable, unfortunately.

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What kind of control do you want from the X32 to the X32Rack?
I was actually thinking of using an x32rack for monitors, x32 for foh, but controlling the rack with the x32 instead of x32edit or an iPad...

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 on: Today at 07:08:37 pm 
Started by Rbonez - Last post by Rbonez
Can someone help me figure out why my iPad will not sync with my x32 console. All the parameters (ip add, etc.) are set right. It was syncing just fine until a few days ago and then just quit hooking up.
Any help is appreciated. I am a newbie at running sound and learning as I go.

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 on: Today at 05:47:39 pm 
Started by Keith Purtell - Last post by Caleb Dueck
1- So we're stuck on that added video feature?
2- And we're also wondering do we need DaCast?

Generally you'll do the video switching, transitions, PiP/lower thirds/keying, and embedding the audio mix from the audio console into the video - in the video switcher.  After the video with embedded audio leaves the switcher - it needs to be embedded.  Whether that embedder is a computer with whichever flavor of software, or a hardware encoder - you need something to encode the AV signal to a streaming format to be pointed to whichever CDN you use. 

Personally I prefer a hardware encoder over a computer and software - WAY fewer points of failure.  Look at the Tascam VS-R265 and Videon VersaStreamer 4K. 

Used to use the V-1HD on many church projects - have since changed to the V-60HD as the basic 'go-to' video switcher option, as it's still very competitively priced but is a much better switcher; along with SDI instead of HDMI for getting signals from the cameras to the router/switcher.  If you do look into upgrading - with the streaming craze going on, you should be able to sell the V-1HD quickly without much if any loss of funds.  It also would allow for building a long-term video switching/cameras/recording system without the limitations of the V-1HD and HDMI limitation. 

The V-1HD does PiP as Mike mentioned. 

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 on: Today at 05:46:24 pm 
Started by Andrew Broughton - Last post by brian maddox
Thanks, Russ.
To your knowledge, nobodyís built an app for this? Seems to be a LOT of X32 apps out there...

I've not come across this functionality, but if i did i would be wanting to make use of it.

I've several clients who use the X/M32 infrastructure and i would LOVE to be able to assist them in setup and show remotely using an actual surface.

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 on: Today at 05:44:01 pm 
Started by Kirby Yarbrough - Last post by Chris Hindle
It's amazing how things change. When I first started doing sound the one thing you could say about a Mackie was that "at least it's not a Behringer". :D

-Russ
When I started, Mackie wasn't born yet, and "That 200B costs WHAT?" :o
Chris.

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 on: Today at 05:38:50 pm 
Started by Kirby Yarbrough - Last post by Russell Ault
..... A non-Mackie mixer.  Yes I experienced it, no I don't believe anything Mackie makes is worth the money wasted on it.   ;D

It's amazing how things change. When I first started doing sound the one thing you could say about a Mackie was that "at least it's not a Behringer". :D

-Russ

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 on: Today at 05:20:47 pm 
Started by Kirby Yarbrough - Last post by Caleb Dueck
Demodulating radio stations is a Mackie tradition.  Back in Ye Olde Analogue Dayzģ the fix involved.....

..... A non-Mackie mixer.  Yes I experienced it, no I don't believe anything Mackie makes is worth the money wasted on it.   ;D

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 on: Today at 05:19:14 pm 
Started by Kirby Yarbrough - Last post by Ike Zimbel
What Mac says...

Demodulating radio stations is a Mackie tradition.  Back in Ye Olde Analogue Dayzģ the fix involved ferrite bead chokes around individual conductors in the XLR-M back shell.
It's also worth your time to check and tighten ALL of the jack hardware. That would be XLR screws, 1/4" nuts, and the screws that hold any RCA connectors in place. Mackie mixers had the Pin-1 problem sorted, BUT, that is totally dependent on the hardware making a clean, solid connection to the chassis for it to work. If that connection has gone high resistance, I imagine it would behave the same as a bad solder joint.

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