Learn About The X32

Behringer hosts free webinars about their digital mixer      08/11/12

Learn About The X32


Behringer has announced a new series of webinars centered around the X32 Digital Mixer. Hosted by senior Behringer product specialists, these webinars are designed to unleash the immense functionality of the X32 by highlighting actual use-case applications. The series of presentations will also cover other key elements of the X32 eco-system. Behringer says that the webinars are perfect for beginning and intermediate X32 users or those who are interested in improving their audio setup with the X32.
A Behringer spokesperson told Sonic State, "Since it's introduction the BEHRINGER X32 has become the most favored component in the setup of thousands of musicians and sound engineers, like Matt Breunig (Monitoring Mixer of The Killers), who are thrilled with the superior sound of the built-in MIDAS-designed Mic Preamps, the expandability and the intuitive workflow. Embedded into an eco-system with S16 and P16, plus extensive remote control opportunities via PC and iPad, the X32 allows everyone to mix on a professional level at just a fraction of the cost of comparable systems."
Users can subscribe to the following webinars: Pricing and Availability:
Since space is limited, Behringer recommend reserving seats immediately. More information:

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