You have just joined the KLANG family? You have questions on how to operate your KLANG products or configure them according to your specific needs? You want to learn more about new features added to our products and how to work even more efficiently with them?
Our KLANG:fabrik introduces 3D in-ear and headphone processing to the live sound world. Up to 16 mixes – all in 3D. Up to 56 input channels.
Dante, MADI and ADAT compatible.
KLANG:vier provides smaller bands of up to 5 musicians with the 3D in-ear mixing experience and lifts their performances to the next level. Dante and ADAT compatible.
Learn how you can use our Dante headphone amp KLANG:quelle to expand your Dante enabled setup with studio quality headphone outputs.
Read about different kinds of digital network audio solutions like Dante, MADI and more.
Download KLANG:app now!
Try out the immersive 360° degree headphone experience with our free KLANG:app. With the built-in demo mode, you can start mixing in 3D with your own headphones. Download it now!
iOS (iPad, iPhone) | Android | M...
Step 1: General Settings
Go to your iPad's home screen and click on Settings.
Go to the menu General on the left side and choose Guided Access on the right side.
Enable Guided Access
Enable Accessibility Shortcut . Go to Passcode S...
Preset Exchange and Multitrack Upload to iPad & iPhone
For iOS devices KLANG:fabrik and KLANG:vier presets can be exported and imported from and to iPad and iPhone via iTunes Filesharing. You only need to connect the iOS device with your computer ...
Surround Loudspeaker Configurations
ITU775 Surround configuration and Auro 9.1 loudspeaker configuration
Live and Studio In-Ear Mixing Templates
24 Input Channels
Overview – The CONFIG Sub-Menus
The CONFIG menu is the most important menu for the system engineer and the sound/monitor engineer. Full access to all features is only granted in the Admin mode (hold CONFIG for 3 sec to switch modes). All submenus are...
The SYSTEM Sub-Menu (KLANG:fabrik only)
– KLANG:fabrik only – Change the input/output channel count according to your needs.
You can change the number of users according to your needs. We recommend considering the monitor engineer as an add...
Understanding Show Presets & Snapshots
You have just entered your channel information, assigned icons, colors and groups. Now, you would like to save your settings and learn more on how to simplify your mixing workflow with presets and snapshots....
Routing Audio and Clock Settings
Learn how to route audio from ADAT or Dante into KLANG:fabrik's/KLANG:vier's DSP for 3D in-ear mixing and how to route the mixes on KLANG:fabrik back to ADAT, Dante or the analog outputs. Also learn how to monitor ...
Change Channel Names and Create Subgroups
... or how to build a Band Preset from Scratch ...
You have a lot of options to create the best possible overview while mixing your 3D monitoring sound. You can, for example, name and organize your incoming ...
How to Mix the Levels of Instruments?
KLANG:app's FADER menu is all about the level control of instruments and the balance between them. The menu has two views – Channel Faders and Group Balance.
While the primary view in Technician and Admin mod...
It is important for sound engineers to have quick access to the meter information of all incoming channels and the mixes. This helps troubleshooting if for example a signal is not arriving at KLANG:fabrik or KLANG:vier, or if a user's ...
KLANG:app – The STAGE Menu
Mixing in 3D Space for In-Ears
STAGE 1/2 – The Head and the Orbits
The basic stage menu shows you the top view of a human head. The nose is pointing to the top of the screen– northward. Within the gray area (the head), ...
KLANG:app — Compatibility Overview
In this blog article we'd like to give you a quick overview about how different remote control devices are compatible and work with KLANG:app. We want to make sure that you can use a wide variety of devices to c...
(Since KLANG:app version 2.2.2 Shortcuts are available)
Please note that all commands shown below are for Mac OS X. For Windows, use control/ctrl key instead of command/cmd.
Change the active user (OUTPUT:user number):
The Intuitive In-Ear Mixing Interface – KLANG:app lets you immerse
Your Personal In-Ear Mix – in 3D
Connected to KLANG:fabrik or KLANG:vier, KLANG:app provides an intuitive mixing interface on all major operating systems and mobile platforms.
Activate the Motion Tracker on your Tablet
While it is obvious how to use your iPad's, tablet's or phone's built-in motion tracker in KLANG:app's demo mode, it takes a configuration step to achieve the same i3D functionality with KLANG:fabrik or KLANG:vier.
Quick Start Guide to 3D In-Ear Mixing with KLANG:fabrik
Download KLANG:fabrik Quick Start Manual PDF
What you need to start
Dante enabled product/Dante Virtual Soundcard a...
KLANG:quelle | Quick Start Guide
Download KLANG:quelle 19" | Quick Start Manual PDF
Download KLANG:quelle (compact) | Quick Start Manual PDF
6 Steps to Play your Favourite Tunes via KLANG:quelle
We will show you how easy it is to setup you...
Quick Start Manual to 3D In-Ear Mixing with KLANG:vier
Download KLANG:vier Quick Start Manual PDF
Congratulations on your very own KLANG:vier and welcome to the world of 3D in-ear monitoring!
To implement KLANG:vier into your system ...
Quick Start Guide for KLANG:vektor
Download KLANG:vektor Quick Start Manual PDF
What you need to start
KLANG:vektor with tracker cable (in-ear or headphone)
KLANG:fabrik or KLANG:vier 3D In-Ear Mixing System
KLANG:app on remote device ...
KOS Firmware Update via USB
To ensure that your KLANG products support all the latest features, it is important to have the latest KOS version installed. The next steps will guide you through the update process.
Step 1: Copy KOS to USB
Update Dante Firmware on KLANG Devices
Update your KLANG product's Dante Brooklyn II AoIP module to the newest firmware for best performance…
Please note that Dante Firmware Update only affects the Dante functionality and th...
USB Recovery System | Back to Factory Defaults
If you have reached a point where KLANG:fabrik or KLANG:vier are not accessible from the network or the unit does not boot properly, there is a way to reinstall the KLANG operating system by a USB recovery...