Complete Guide to Connecting Multiple Stage Snakes to Behringer Wing

This article discusses the methods of connecting multiple S32 stage snakes to a Behringer Wing mixer and the resulting routing configurations. Two primary connection methods are explored: cascading, which allows for a total of 48 inputs and 16 outputs; and independent connections, offering full access to all inputs and outputs on each snake. The article also covers the routing for P16 personal monitors and the benefits of each setup, especially in terms of flexibility and expanded routing options for stereo inputs and monitor mixes. Read more ›

Routing Buses to P16 Monitors with Behringer Wing Explained

The article discusses the method of sending a bus from the Behringer Wing to a P16 personal monitoring system, focusing on situations where there are more input channels than the P16 can handle. It highlights grouping multiple inputs, like drum mics, into one channel on the P16 using a bus on the Wing. The process involves selecting a bus, adjusting levels, ensuring the channels are pre-fader, and then routing this bus to the appropriate channel on the P16, effectively consolidating inputs and simplifying the monitoring process. Read more ›

Behringer Pro Tips: Effortless P16 Monitor Setup on the Wing

This article provides a comprehensive guide on how to set up and route Behringer P16 personal monitors using the Behringer Wing mixer in conjunction with a Behringer S32 stage box. The process begins with connecting the Wing mixer to the S32 stage box, and then linking the P16 monitors through the Ultranet port of the S32. The routing on the Wing for P16 monitors is distinct, involving specific output channels. The first 16 outputs in the AES50 A configuration correspond to the stage box’s outputs, while channels 33 to 48 are dedicated to the P16 monitors. Each output channel from 33 to 48 on the Wing corresponds to a channel on the P16, allowing for precise and individualized control over the audio each performer hears in their personal monitor. The article walks through the process of routing each channel, emphasizing the importance of this setup for live sound engineers in creating tailored audio experiences for performers. Read more ›