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Behringer UMC 404 HD issues

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  • I’ve run the headphone out into channel three and then recording in AUM. I’m about to be sampling everything.

  • @rezidue said:
    I’ve run the headphone out into channel three and then recording in AUM. I’m about to be sampling everything.

    In mono?

  • @supadom said:

    @rezidue said:
    I’ve run the headphone out into channel three and then recording in AUM. I’m about to be sampling everything.

    In mono?

    Am I only picking up one side of the signal this way? Should I have split the headphone output into separate channels? Gone directly from the 1/2 outputs instead?

  • Just tested and realized now I only see the left channel. I’ve rerouted from 1/2 output into 3/4 input.

  • @rezidue said:

    @supadom said:

    @rezidue said:
    I’ve run the headphone out into channel three and then recording in AUM. I’m about to be sampling everything.

    In mono?

    Am I only picking up one side of the signal this way? Should I have split the headphone output into separate channels? Gone directly from the 1/2 outputs instead?

    You will get stereo if you use a Y cable (1/8 inch stereo jack to 2 mono 1/4 inch jacks) and plug the two mono jacks into input 3 and 4. You’ll also need to pan them, one extreme left and the other extreme right using the channel stereo panning tool.

    Great tip though.

  • Got the ADA 8200, connected to the UMC 1820 all the inputs and outputs are working fine, tested via Cubasis.

  • I bought UMC404HD last week and I'm loving it so far. But I have problem that may be related to drivers (I'm using Windows driver 4.38).
    Usually, everything works like a charm, but then, after hour or two, sound just disappears and my PC can't load audio or video clips. (e.g. I can't load videos on YouTube, neither sound files from my HDD). When I unplug the UMC404HD, and plug it back in, everything works fine again.
    I'm using Windows 7 (64 bit).
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  • Ok so listen I finally figured out the problem with this damn interface (Note: This a Windows issue I fixed, not sure about Mac). This seems to me like a Behringer driver issue, so we need to undo the "damage" done by it.

    DO THESE IN ORDER:

    1. Uninstall the driver through Add / Remove Programs.

    2. Unplug the usb cable (You can leave the power cable in there).

    3. Restart the system as it asks you to do.

    4. Go into regedit.exe (registry editor).

    5. Now what you have to do here is remove EVERY INSTANCE of "UMC Behringer" that you find. Hit "F3" and find "UMC Behringer". Delete the associated key. You can find all instance ONE AT A TIME by hitting f3 AFTER YOU HAVE THE DELETED THE CURRENT ONE. You'll have to delete all the keys that have any mention of UMC Behringer, INCLUDING all the mentions of the driver files (.sys) (Some of these are locked by the system and can't be deleted; that's fine). Be sure to type in "UMC Behringer". Make sure that you delete each instance of Behringer (there will be Line 1 / 2 and Line 3 / 4 entries. GET RID OF THEM ALL.

    !!! Important !!! - There are various keys that have the string UMC. These are part of enumeration methods for the COM (component object model) for Windows, as well as other random registry keys. If you search ONLY BY UMC, you will see these as well. If you check the path of where these are located, you can safely delete ONLY the ones that have BEHRINGER in their path somewhere. That's why I stress only searching for "UMC Behringer" because if you don't, you'll be deleting important links to system methods and who knows what bullbleep will happen as a result.

    THIS STEP WILL TAKE A WHILE...MAYBE 10-15 MINUTES AND IS THE MOST IMPORTANT STEP. THIS STEP ENSURES THAT EVERY INSTANCE (MENTION) OF BEHRINGER AND ITS INSTALLATION IN YOUR SYSTEM WILL BE REMOVED.

    Once this is done. Restart the computer!

    1. Re-install the newest driver for the device. This is currently (6/10/2019) for Windows 7 to 10 machines the middle one. I'm adding a picture and boxing the right one (If you have older operating systems ie Windows XP or Vista, get the top one instead).

    2. DON'T RESTART THE SYSTEM!!! PLUG IN THE USB CABLE AND WAIT FOR IT TO INSTALL: 5 - 10 SECONDS...THEN CLICK FINISH.

    3. Check your system tray and make sure your there is an OUT 1 / 2 AND OUT 3 / 4. I had to use the older drivers (4.38) to get both the Out's and In's, but once I removed all the registry keys, both showed up with the newer drivers.

    4. Go into your DAW and make sure your sampling rate MATCHES THE ONE SET BY THE INTERFACE. For me in Windows 8.1 (f&%k Windows 10), it's 48 khz. Once this is done you should no longer have any issues.

    Let me know if you have any problems. This interface is great (especially the pre-amps) but holy bleep do these drivers suck.

  • edited June 11

    Just a note to say I have the volume issue and it seems to be intermittent at various start ups. Very frustrating, the preamps sound great but the output level is low. I end up using AUM to boost the signal. My guess is many people don’t even notice it. That, or it is in random units. I tried what I think is their forum and support site with no solution. This is with iOS.

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