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This document will give you an overview of the basic operations of the mixer,allowing you to get up and running quickly. Throughout the top panel of the console, you will find small buttons labeled View. For example, if you are editing the equalizer and feel like seeing a large display of the EQ frequency response curve or corresponding EQ parameter value, simply press the adjacent View button in the EQ section.
If you need to check where the monitor signal is being routed, simply press the View button next to the Phones Level knob and the main display will show the details. With the View button approach of the X32 PRODUCER console, there is almost never a need to drill down through multiple menu pages, since the View buttons will always take you directly to the relevant screen.
For example:. Some of the individual pages on the main display contain more adjustable parameters than can be controlled by the 6 rotary push encoders located beneath it. In these cases there is a small page number indication, e. To adjust controls for a given channel strip, simply press the Select button on the desired input or output channel.
Certain sections of the channel strip such as the low cut filter, noise gate, EQ and compressor contain a respectively labeled button that can be pressed to switch the specific effect on and off. The button illuminates to show the effect is active, and goes dark when bypassed. For example, if an output bus is currently selected, the LED collar and the gain knob are turned off, because there is no input gain to be controlled on an output bus. Each of these subsections correspond to the processing steps of the currently selected channel, and they each have their own View button that, when pressed, switches the Main Display to a page displaying all related parameters for that subsection.
There are two separate Level controls in this section, one for the headphone output located at the front of the console, and a second one for the monitor outputs located on the rear panel. This section also contains independent Talkback buttons A and B. You will find a select button on top of every channel that is used to direct the control focus of the user interface, including all channel related parameters channel strip and main display , to that channel. DCA Groups digitally controlled amplifier cannot be selected because they control a number of assigned channels rather than one specific channel.
The Input Channels section of the console is located on the left hand side, and offers 8 separate input channel strips. These 8 channel strips represent six separate layers of inputs for the console, including:.
Press any of the correspondingly labeled layer buttons on the left side of the console to switch the input channel bank to any of the six layers listed above. The button will illuminate, reminding you which layer is active.
On each fader strip you will find a motorized mm level fader, Mute and Solo buttons, a Gate indicator, an input level meter, Compressor indicator, and the channel select button. The main color display presents information about various sections of the console. The top section of the main display permanently covers useful status information. The top left corner shows the selected channel number, its nickname and the selected icon.
The next block shows the current scene number and name in amber, as well as the next upcoming scene. The center section displays the playback file name along with elapsed and remaining time and a recorder status icon. The next block to the right has 4 segments to show the status of AES50 ports A and B, the Card slot and the audio clock synchronization source and sample rate top right. Small green square indicators show proper connectivity. When working with any given screen, press the Page keys located on the display bezel to switch to different screen pages.
Editing parameters or settings on each of the screens is done using the 6 associated push-encoders along the bottom edge of the display. This section also contains a main LR output fader, which is independent and always available no matter which channel bank or layer is active.
DCA group names, icons and color can also be edited by pressing the Utility and Select button concurrently. When using any of the output bus layers, note that the bottom LEDs on the meters in this section illuminate when the respective bus is fed from pre-fader sources of the selected channel.
Simply hold the respective DCA Group Select button on the right-hand side of the console, while pressing the Select buttons for all the input channels that you wish to assign to said DCA Group.
You can also press the DCA Group Select button in order to check which channels are already assigned to it. The assigned channel Select buttons will light up. The Assign section of the console offers three banks of 8 buttons, allowing for freely customizable access to 24 random functions on the X32 Compact.
The Jump-to-Page control is a special target type that does not alter any audio parameter, but rather brings you directly to any specified display page.
The Sends on Faders function aids with level setting of channels sent to any of the 16 Mix Buses. The Sends on Faders function works in two convenient ways to cover the most obvious situations in a live sound environment:. In addition, there are two AES50 ports, each featuring 48 input and output channels, and a card slot for 32 channels of input and output to and from a connected computer via USB 2. Note: All signal blocks patched to the audio processing will be connected to the corresponding input channels automatically.
Local inputs and are listed with brackets, indicating that these are not physically available on this device. Assigning these will obviously carry no signal, but they can still be used when preparing shows for a full X32 console. Output Signals can be freely assigned from any internal signal to any of the following outputs:. Changes of the Channel Source can be made on the Preamp Config page. Input Channels are pre-configured to AES50 A inputs , so that connecting an S16 stage box to port A will automatically feed the channels.
Aux Return Channels are pre-configured to use the 6 aux input signals, and the two USB playback outputs, but can be patched to use any other available signal of the console as well. The bus processing includes in this order :. The processing steps for this signal path include in this order :. The processing steps include in this order :. Using the app, you can perform functions such as adjusting monitor mixes from the stage while interacting with musicians, or adjusting the front-of-house mix from the audience, while hearing the mix exactly as the audience does.
Check out behringer. Stay tuned to behringer. The X-USB card allows transmission of up to 32 channels to and from a connected computer. When activated, the console automatically mutes the main LRC levels when booting the console.
It also prevents any scene loading from affecting i. If the console has been used by someone else, and you feel unsure about its specific routing status, you can reset the X32 COMPACT to default settings in two convenient ways:. NOTE: Initializing the console does not automatically erase the current show data or any stored scenes. Switch the console off and back on without holding the USB View button to boot the console with the existing firmware.
The large slow-turning fan is barely audible, but it is still working. Jump to: navigation , search. Channel Strip and Monitoring 2. Input Channels 3. Display 4. Various Assignments View buttons rule Throughout the top panel of the console, you will find small buttons labeled View. Monitoring and Talkback There are two separate Level controls in this section, one for the headphone output located at the front of the console, and a second one for the monitor outputs located on the rear panel.
Input Channel Banks You will find a select button on top of every channel that is used to direct the control focus of the user interface, including all channel related parameters channel strip and main display , to that channel. Main Display Area The main color display presents information about various sections of the console.
Whenever there is a continuous control or list entry, you can turn the corresponding knob for editing, which is indicated by various circular icons When there is a switch or toggle function on one of these knobs, you will see a broad rectangular button along the lower edge of the field.
Custom Assignable Controls: The Assign section of the console offers three banks of 8 buttons, allowing for freely customizable access to 24 random functions on the X32 Compact. FX can be configured as side chain or insert effects, while FX can only be used in insert points of channels or buses The returns of side chain FX can always be controlled using the 6th bank layer of the input channels - Effects Returns. The console will now be in the same state as it was when shipped from the factory.
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