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
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
As an old, analog guy, your training was absolutely invaluable in allowing me to understand, and competently operate the X32. I'm looking forward to reviewing it, and and taking full advantage of of both the training AND the console.
I am an old monitor mixer, when monitor mixes used to be done on stage. About 20 years ago I retired from the sound industry through ill health, which still plagues me today unfortunately.
Just over 18 months ago I was asked by a new friend if I would like to go and hear his band play. I thought, well it is a night out, so off I went. As soon as I heard them play I knew that they had IT!
If you have had anything to do with music, then you will know what I mean. I asked my friend if I could go and listen to them rehearse and maybe give them some tips if needed, to which he said yes. I cannot give the name of the band as the ink has yet to be put to paper.
That brings me to now. As I didn't train to be a front of house engineer, I was a bit unsure, when asked by the band if I would engineer their front of house mix, but I agreed knowing that I had just enough knowledge of FOH mixes, so that I would not show the band or myself up.
That brings me to Pro Audio EXP. The band have just purchased a Behringer X32 digital mixing desk for future endeavours and I was lost to be honest. I knew a little about digital desks, but the Behringer is something entirely different.
The cheap in price, but definitely not in quality courses on offer from Pro Audio EXP is exactly what is needed if I want to get the most out of the desk and in making the band sound their best.
The course is broken down into easily managed videos, in which everything from the basics to the intricate are explained in a no nonsense way without too much in the way of information that is not relevant. If you are a newbie to digital desks, especially the X32, then this course will give you all the information you need to sound like a master engineer.
If you are like myself and have a good knowledge of sound mixing, but you require the bits of information that you lack, then get this course as fast as you can.
Since purchasing the Behringer X32 course, I have just today bought the Masterclass in Mixing course to help me even more achieve the results which I want. I am also looking at purchasing the Ultimate Live Sound School, which really goes to those in deep places very few sound engineers will ever go.
Don't put off buying one or more of these courses, because I guarantee you, you will regret that decision.
I hope you enjoy, as much as I am, the wonderful selection of courses and that they help you achieve your goals in whatever area of sound you are in.
I purchased David’s Review on the Behringer Mixer. I really like the way David explains the functionality. I have purchased many of David’s courses. They are intellectually interesting, and not at all “dry” that manuals. As he’s said, he follows the 80:20 rule, which is perfect for the average person. Unless you are a professional like David, you don’t need to memorise a manual, he explains what you need to know, in a fun manner. Just waiting for the Cubase course....no pressure there David. Keep them coming.
Informative starter course. Would love to see a full in depth course focusing solely on x32 producer mixing board.
I purchased Behringer X32 video tutorial because recently I switched my analog Behringer Audio mixer to Behringer X32 producer…
The overall contents has very wonderful tutorials. But I wish it could have more guide to show the initial setup for the new person with a digital mixers….
As information from Behringer is not really overwelming, So I was looking for other sources to get me going. Ordered the Behringer X32 DVD tutorial from ProAudioEXP and took a dive into it. What a relief! Someone with obviously tons of experience takes you by the hand and bring you to the 'digital land' and puts you at the controls of your Behringer X32. I'm not really the youngest soundtech around and needed this kick in the backside. Thanks David, you know your stuff and you know how to share it.
I'm a volunteer at a small church. I bought the Behringer X32 Video Tutorial because I had ZERO experience when asked to join the sound ministry. I highly recommend getting this tutorial. I found the company easy to work with and quick to reply to any questions I had
Excellent video, not only showed how to configure but what and how each configuration affected sound
You do a great job explaining the complex functions and terms in very easy to understand language. I just finished the 3rd lesson and will begin the routing lesson next. The only thing that confuses me is that in the last lesson you mention downloading a free EQ Cheat Sheet, but I can't find it on your website anywhere. But the lessons are excellent.