Behringer X32 Video Tutorial501
Learning how to take your new Behringer X32 to the next level has never been easier thanks to the official Behringer X32 Video Tutorial.
ProAudioEXP.com's David Wills spends 2 hours walking you through every feature of the X32 workflow from Input Channels to Advance Routing with DCA groups and everything in between. Mixing 101 in the training uses easy to understand animations to teach you how a mixer works and how to use subgroups, EQ, Compression, Effects, Sidechains and Monitor Mixes- everything you'll need to know so you can mix like a pro.
If you have been getting frustrated trying to learn your X32 from just using the manual, then sit down, grab a cup of your favorite beverage and look over the shoulder of a professional audio engineer with 30 years in the business putting your X32 through its paces.
Sample Clip 1 (Overview of Front Panel)
Sample Clip 2 (Noise Gates)
Sample Clip 3 (DCA Groups)
Overview of Console
Front Panel Overview
Navigating around the screens
Rear Panel Overview
What do mixers do?
What is the signal flow?
Pre-Fader vs. Post Fader Aux Sends
Initializing the Console
Low Cut Filter
Mix Busses (Aux sends)
Sends on Faders
Basic Effects Operation
Using the Graphic EQ
The videos were very informative. Was able to learn on my limited time schedule.
We recently got a new sound board at our church, and it was considerably more-complicated than our old board. It can do a lot of cool things, but our volunteers didn't know where to start and reading a user manual didn't sound like the way to go.
I bought this video to help us out, and David explained things in simple terms and showed us how to use our new soundboard. It was very helpful to us, and it made the transition to the new board much easier.
Excellent training video on the X32. I went ahead and purchased a bunch of his other training videos after watching this one. I've learned quite a bit in a very short time.
Excellent tutorial!! Wish it had a section on routing when using the P16 monitor option, but great nonetheless and highly recommended.
Well worth the money. This is a complicated sound board & can be hard to "get your bearings with." The instructor was interesting. It also gave an overview on mixing in general.