I'm not working for Behringer, I just do Betatesting...so I don't know. But I can tell you there are three different ways to operate the WING EQ. One of them works like on the X32/M32. You choose the band and dail in freq, width and gain with three dedicated Encoders. For me a combination between Touchscreen and Encoders work best. Right of the Touchscreen you find a kind of channel strip that allows a different operation of the channel functions (f.e. EQ). You can use both simulaniously with two hands or two technicians at the timeWhy did you change EQ encoders from X32 style with seperate gain, freq and width to four of the same function? I'm in love with previews of the Wing, but this thing makes me puke.
Wow, you posting that brought back memories of the old X32 thread, which became an absolute monster (IIRC the biggest thread of all time here, by a long shot). Hard to believe that was so long ago.Hi,
If you have any questions about the new WING console, I might be able to answer them.
Hey Jeff,Wow, you posting that brought back memories of the old X32 thread, which became an absolute monster (IIRC the biggest thread of all time here, by a long shot). Hard to believe that was so long ago.
The WING doesn't feel as revolutionary as the X32 did back then, but still, very impressed by this update.
A couple questions:
- do you know if it supports more than 8 channels in DAW controller mode?
- is 96K on the future roadmap (marketing says 48)? I understand this is an AES50 limitation (cuts channel count in half), but do you think they will ever do a workaround to support it (most relevant for DAW users who need to open 96K sessions, not live so much).
- what's the deal with the different arm rests? Are they swappable add-ons?
- Have you tried the new StageConnect stuff yet? Any limitations of that to be aware of? 32 channels over one XLR cable sounds fantastic for personal monitoring.
Correct. There is a separate three band, fully parametric EQ for each Mixbus. Preferably for monitors.Can you tell more about pre fader extra eq. The only info I found about it is in german and I dont really speak german good enough to underatand all the details. Is it right that its the second eq in the channel strip that affects only aux sends?