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  • Sam Drazin
    Wireless Workbench 6 - Quick Start Guide33.0
    Topic posted August 4, 2014 by Sam DrazinExpert, tagged how-to 
    Title:
    Wireless Workbench 6 - Quick Start Guide
    Description:

    New to Wireless Workbench 6?  Need some assistance networking your Shure devices?

     

    Check out the Wireless Workbench 6 Quick Start Guide! (updated for version 6.12)

     

    This document will walk through the essential steps to get you up and running with WWB6 and your Shure wireless system, including:

    • Downloading the software
    • Configuring your network and computer to connect to devices
    • Performing RF Scan
    • Performing basic Frequency Coordination
    • Deploying frequencies to channels

     

    Want to see additional topics covered in this guide?  Let us know in the comments below.

  • ksepede
    Channel Strip Size1
    Topic posted January 28, 2016 by ksepedeNovice, tagged how-to 
    Title:
    Channel Strip Size
    Personal Computer:
    MacBook Pro 15inch. OSX 10.10.5
    Description:

    Hi there,

    Is there a way of having a mixture of 'Full' and 'Condensed' channel strip sizes?

  • oberta
    wwb 6_11_2_13 with Linux OS12.0
    Topic posted August 31, 2015 by obertaNovice, tagged how-to 
    Title:
    wwb 6_11_2_13 with Linux OS
    Personal Computer:
    openSUSE 13.1 + 13.2 64-bit
    Description:

    Hi ,

    we are using wwb only to calculate our Frequency Setups

    6.11.12.13 works fine with openSUSE 13.1 + 13.2 using wine

    KDE  4.14.9 + 10

    System works in German
    native Language !!
  • mihau89
    ShurePlus Channels1
    Topic posted July 7, 2015 by mihau89Beginner, tagged how-to 
    Title:
    ShurePlus Channels
    Personal Computer:
    MacBook Pro Retina 13" early 2015, OS X 10.10.4,
    Shure Hardware:
    ULXD, QLXD, AXIENT, PSM1000
    Description:

    Hi!

    Sometimes I don't have any router or access point and I would like to use my ShurePlus Channels app. I've tried connecting ethernet cable into macbook pro and then using internet sharing (thunderbolt ethernet > wifi)  to create a private network. Although ShurePlus Channels shows Macbook pro network name and it seems to be connected, I can't see any devices.

    Is it possible to connect your shure devices to macbook pro and then, via port sharing (in Preferences > Sharing), send all data to iOS device to use ShurePlus App?

  • Diogo Nunes Pereira
    Importing RF Explorer scans tutorial15.0
    Topic posted October 30, 2014 by Diogo Nunes PereiraCompetent, tagged how-to 
    Title:
    Importing RF Explorer scans tutorial
    Personal Computer:
    Dell M4800; Windows 7 SP1; 64-bit; Wired Ethernet
    Shure Hardware:
    2x AXT400 L3E, AXT600, 6x UR4D J5E, 6x UR4D+ J5E, 4x U4D Mk2, 1x U4D Mk1, 4x PSM700, 6x PSM900
    Description:

    Hello everybody,

    after digging thru this forum and other places in order to get it to work, (and finally getting there) here's my own tutorial on how to import RF Explorer scans into Wireless Workbench 6. For those (many) of us who can't always grab the Spectrum Manager for the next gig. 

    There's an English and a Spanish version...

    Feels good to give something back.

    Cheers,

  • oberta
    wwb_6 works in CrossoverLinux Beta 14.
    Topic posted September 21, 2014 by obertaNovice, tagged how-to 
    Title:
    wwb_6 works in CrossoverLinux Beta 14.
    Personal Computer:
    Just tried it with Knoppix 7.4.1
    Just tried it with openSUSE 13.1
    Just tried it with Ubuntu Studio 14.04
    Description:

    maybe somebody will some other OS..

  • Joel Buslewicz
    RF Scanner
    Topic posted July 24, 2014 by Joel BuslewiczNovice, tagged how-to, WWB 6.8.1 
    Title:
    RF Scanner
    Personal Computer:
    MacBook Pro 2.9GHz Intel Core i7
    8 GB 1600 MHz DDR3
    OS X 10.9.4
    Shure Hardware:
    Shure ULD-D
    Sennheiser G3 300 IEM
    Description:

    I apologize if this is addressed elsewhere.  I am looking to streamline my wireless setup at the beginning of shows.  I use Wireless Workbench to set up my ULX-D, but I would like to take care of my Sennheiser IEM's as well.  

     

    The problem is the frequency range of my mic's and my IEM's are different, so I cannot use the mic receiver to do the scans for the IEM's.

    I would like to get a dedicated RF scanner that would scan the entire range I need, just looking for ideas; looking at PCR-1000 at the moment.

    The next issue is if/when I get said RF scanner, will WW be able to use it to do the scan, import the results. and automatically set up all my devices, Sennheisers included.

    Thanks for any help....

     

     

  • Sam Drazin
    Network Settings for Shure Devices
    Topic posted July 22, 2014 by Sam DrazinExpert, tagged how-to 
    Title:
    Network Settings for Shure Devices
    Description:

    Find instructions to access and modify the networking menus for networked Shure devices below.  

    This page will provide instructions for the following tasks:

    • Set IP mode to Automatic (or DHCP)
    • Set IP mode to Manual (or Static) and specify IP Address and Subnet Mask
    • View current IP settings for networked Shure device

    UHF-R

    UHF-R receivers, including UR4S, UR4D, MW4S, and MW4D
    UHF-R IMAGE

    Automatic IP Addressing

    1. From the front panel menu, select: Util > Network.  The current IP settings of the device are visible from this menu.
    2. With the mode selected, turn the control wheel to select DHCP.
    3. Press ENTER to save.  

    Manual IP Addressing

    1. From the front panel menu, select: UtilNetwork.  The current IP settings of the device are visible from this menu.
    2. With the mode selected, turn the control wheel to select Manual.
    3. Press the control wheel to select the next value, and rotate the control wheel to change the value of the selected item.
    4. Press ENTER to save.

    Axient

    Axient devices, including AXT400 and AXT600.
    AXIENT IMAGE

    Automatic IP Addressing

    1. From the front panel menu, select: Util > Network.  The current IP settings of the device are visible from this menu.
    2. With the mode selected, turn the control wheel to select Automatic.
    3. Press ENTER to save.

    Manual IP Addressing

    1. From the front panel menu, select: Util > Network.  The current IP settings of the device are visible from this menu.
    2. With the mode selected, turn the control wheel to select Manual.
    3. Press the control wheel to select the next value, and rotate the control wheel to change the value of the selected item.
    4. When finished, press ENTER to save.

    ULX-D

    ULX-D receivers, including ULXD4, ULXD4D, and ULXD4Q.
    ULX-D IMAGE

    Automatic IP Addressing

    1. From the front panel menu, select: DEVICE UTILITIES > NETWORK > SHURE CONTROL > NETWORK.  The current IP settings of the device are visible from this menu.
    2. With the mode selected, turn the control wheel to select AUTOMATIC.
    3. Press ENTER to save.

    Manual IP Addressing

    1. From the front panel menu, select: DEVICE UTILITIES > NETWORK > SHURE CONTROL > NETWORK.  The current IP settings of the device are visible from this menu.
    2. With the mode selected, turn the control wheel to select MANUAL.
    3. Press the control wheel to select the next value, and rotate the control wheel to change the value of the selected item.
    4. Press ENTER to save.

    QLX-D

    QLX-D receiver (QLXD4).
    QLX-D IMAGE

    Automatic IP Addressing

    1. From the front panel menu, press and hold the enter button and then press the menu button to access the advanced menu.
    2. Press the menu button to navigate to the IP menu.
    3. Use the arrow buttons to set the mode to "Au" (for Automatic).
    4. Press enter to save.

    Manual IP Addressing

    When setting an IP address, each section of IP address must be edited individually. The following diagram show how each group is mapped to the receiver display.

    1. From the front panel menu, press and hold the enter button and then press the menu button to access the advanced menu.
    2. Press the menu button to navigate to the IP menu.
    3. Use the arrow buttons to set the mode to "St" (for Static) and press enter.
    4. Use the arrow buttons to edit the first group. Press enter to save and continue to the next group.
    5. Edit the remaining 3 groups by using the arrow and enter buttons.
    6. When group 4 has been edited, the display will show the subnet mask menu. Use the arrow buttons to select a preset value for each of the subnet groups.
    7. Press enter to save settings.

    PSM1000

    PSM1000 transmitter (P10T).
    PSM1000 IMAGE

    Automatic IP Addressing

    1. From the front panel menu, select: Util > Network > Setup. The current IP settings of the device are visible from this menu.
    2. With the mode selected, turn the control wheel to select Automatic.
    3. Press Enter to save.

    Manual IP Addressing

    1. From the front panel menu, select: Util > Network > Setup. The current IP settings of the device are visible from this menu.
    2. With the mode selected, turn the control wheel to select Automatic.
    3. Press the control wheel to select the next value, and rotate the control wheel to change the value of the selected item.
    4. Press Enter to save.

     

  • Zaynoun Ghannaj
    how to use WWB6 with UHFR1
    Topic posted June 27, 2014 by Zaynoun GhannajNovice, tagged how-to 
    Title:
    how to use WWB6 with UHFR
    Personal Computer:
    Toshiba Tecra, operating on Windows 8.1 64-bits, with 6GB as system memory
    Shure Hardware:
    1x UHF-R
    Description:

    i am aiming to use my UHF-R system (UR4D) to scan the spectrum in order to plan an SLX installation with the proper frequencies (Manual frequency planning). i used to do the same process with WWB5 and the systems works ok with my previous computer working on Windows 7. now i faced 2 obstacles:

    1- WWB 5 couldn't be installed on windows 8.1, and i failed to find on the internet any installation file for it. 

    2- by using WWB6, the UR4D was not discovered on the network:

    - the computer and the UR4D are both connected to same Router, in the same IP range. 

    - the ping result is 100%

    - I specified in network settings for WWB6 the correct network adapter to be used. 

    can anyone assist me to overcome these two obstacles? 

    Many Thanks 

     

  • oberta
    test1
    Topic posted June 2, 2014 by obertaNovice, tagged how-to 
    Title:
    test
    Personal Computer:
    OpenSuse 13.1, Mac OSX, Windows XP, wired and wireless ethernet
    Shure Hardware:
    WW6 6.9.2.4
    Description:

    tEST

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