TREBLE CUBE WEB APP

We have a custom web application that gives you access to our Behringer XR-18 Digital Mixer which allows you to control:

  • What you wish to hear in the Front of House (FOH) speakers
  • Levels for personal monitoring
  • Levels, EQ, Compression, Noise Gate of each channel that will be sent for recording or live streaming
  • Gain levels for each channel
The web application also lets you to control our custom system that allows you to:
  • Record audio/ video
  • Playback recorded track
  • Do live streaming
Before moving on, it would be good to understand the different mixers we have, how the files are being processed and our audio signal chain. Learn more here.
LOGIN

STEP 1

Select Room number and proceed to login page

STEP 2

Enter the access code which you received via SMS and E-Mail. This is the same access code used to access the studio

STEP 3

You will be brought to the Menu page. This is where you can access different functions like audio recording, live streaming or control the level for your in ear monitors.

You can go back to the menu at any time by clicking the ‘Menu’ button on the top right hand corner

AUDIO/ VIDEO RECORDING

Select ‘RECORD AUDIO/VIDEO‘ in the menu under the ‘MEDIA‘ section

STEP 1

Select which type of recording you want to do

STEP 2

Press ‘START’ to start recording. Recording will start after a 3 second buffer. The countdown buffer will be displayed on the TV screen.

STEP 3

Before pressing the ‘STOP’ button, the 2 checkbox will decide what files are sent to you:

INCLUDE STEMS: If this is checked, you will receive the stem files. If not, it will be deleted from the server but you will still receive the MP3 file

LET ME MIX MYSELF: Selecting this will enable the MP3 file to be mixed according to the settings in the ‘SOUND CHECK/MIXING’ page. If not, it will be automatically mixed by our system by default.

STEP 4

After pressing stop, you will see a list of files that you have previously recorded below the start button. The file will appear a few seconds after pressing ‘STOP

You can click on the file and it will play back the recorded MP3 file on the speakers

STEP 5

A green circle will be shown on the file that is played. You can click on the same file to stop the audio from playing

The audio is played on the computer system which audio output is connected to the Yamaha MG10XU mixer. Ensure that the channel’s level is up

PERSONAL MONITORING

Under the ‘MONITORS‘ section, select which monitor you which you control. There are six options for personal monitoring: DRUMS, GUITAR 1, GUITAR 2, BASS, VOCAL 1 and VOCAL 2. The output of the monitor will be near your designated position and labeled. For example, for Guitar 1, the monitor output will be near the Guitar 1 Amplifier. Do remember to bring your in-ear headphones as there will be none provided

STEP 1

Select the personal monitor output you wish to control.

FOH is to control the output to the Front Of House (FOH) speakers and will be explained in another section.

STEP 2

This example is controlling the personal monitoring for the drummer. This allows you to control the following channels of the Behringer XR-18:

STEP 3

The outputs are in mono and you can only control the fader level from negative infinity to 0 to +10.

The levels will be locked to prevent you from accidental modification while scrolling through the page. to unlock, press the red square with the lock inside.

In this example, you can see the level for Guitar 1 is reduced.

FOH MIXING

 FOH is to control the outputs to the Front Of House (FOH) speakers

STEP 1

Select ‘FOH‘ under MONITORS

STEP 2

You can manage what comes out of the FOH speakers by controlling the following channels of the Behringer XR-18:

STEP 3

The outputs are in stereo and you can control the fader level from negative infinity to 0 to +10, pan left to right, mute or solo the track

The levels will be locked to prevent you from accidental modification while scrolling through the page. to unlock, press the red square with the lock inside.

In this example, you can see that only Guitar 1 being played on the right speaker.

STEP 4 (Advanced Options)

You can have advanced control for each track by clicking the ‘Show Advanced Options‘ button on the top left corner of the page.

For the main volume, only compression is allowed. Every other channel will have more options as shown on the next step

STEP 5 (Advanced Options)

For each of the channels (except main volume), you can set the EQ, Compression and Noise Gate.

Do note that adjusting these advanced setting will affect the recording or live streaming. Only the fader level and pan will not be affected.

SOUND CHECK / MIXING FOR RECORDING OR LIVE STREAMING

This feature allows you to play your music as a band while the system records it. You can then play it back through the speakers and adjust individual channel of the XR-18 so that you can get a better mix for the MP3 file or Live Streaming.

This soundcheck is to adjust levels and other parameters of the XR-18. Please ensure that the physical volume in the studio has been set like the guitar & bass amps and vocal microphone levels on the Yamaha Mixer because adjusting amp volume or microphone volume during recording or live streaming will affect the audio signal.

STEP 1

Select ‘SOUND CHECK / MIXING‘ under MEDIA in the menu

STEP 2

Press the ‘RECORD AUDIO FOR SOUND CHECK‘ button and start playing music with your band.

You do not have to play the whole song but essential parts of the song where the levels are critical.

 

STEP 3

Click ‘STOP RECORDING‘ once you are done.

The sound you just recorded will be the soundcheck file. Click ‘LOOP AUDIO ON SPEAKERS‘ to play the soundcheck file on repeat through the FOH speakers. 

Now you can start mixing.

STEP 4 (Mixing)

You can control the audio for recording or live streaming by controlling the following channels of the Behringer XR-18:

STEP 5 (Mixing)

The outputs are in stereo and you can control the fader level from negative infinity to 0 to +10pan left to right, mute or solo the track

The levels will be locked to prevent you from accidental modification while scrolling through the page. to unlock, press the red square with the lock inside.

In this example, you can see that only Guitar 1 being played on the right channel

STEP 6 (Advanced Mixing)

You can have advanced control for each track by clicking the ‘Show Advanced Options‘ button on the top left corner of the page.

For the main volume, no advanced mixing is allowed. Every other channel will have more options as shown on the next step

STEP 7 (Advanced Mixing)

For each of the channels (except main volume), you can set the EQ, Compression and Noise Gate.

Do note that adjusting these advanced setting will affect the FOH speakers. Only the fader level and pan will not be affected.

STEP 8

Once you are done mixing, click ‘STOP AUDIO‘ and you can start doing audio/ video recording or live streaming

LIVE STREAMING

Live streaming captures the video and audio from the XR-18 and stream it to a streaming service of your choice. With this feature, you can achieve clear audio for the stream. Make sure you have done a soundcheck before you start streaming.

You can even get a soundman to mix the levels for you during the live stream.

STEP 1

Select ‘LIVE STREAM‘ under MEDIA in the menu

STEP 2

Enter the Stream URL into the text box and click ‘START STREAMING‘.

Stream URL usually consist of the URL and the Stream key. Streaming services will usually provide the URL for you to use.

 

STEP 3

Stop the streaming anytime by click the ‘STOP STREAMING‘ button.

GAIN LEVEL FOR XR-18

You can adjust the gain for each of the channels of the XR-18. Only use this if you know what you are doing. Adjusting the gain will affect all the audio signal chain including the signal used to record the stem file.

STEP 1

Select ‘GAIN LEVEL‘ under MISC in the menu

STEP 2

You can control the gain for the following channels of the Behringer XR-18:

STEP 3

The gain levels will be locked to prevent you from accidental modification while scrolling through the page. to unlock, press the red square with the lock inside.

In this example, you can see that the Kick Drum Mic was added a gain of 18dB.

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