You get to pay less but in the end, only have a product that will last half the time. Assign knobs, faders and keys to your most frequently used functions without requiring another controller. And alot of free and paid apps exist to control MIDI devices. Rated 5 out of 5 by Alex Potemkin from Photographers attention! I’m not a musician, I’m photographer. Can operate in stand-alone MIDI control mode.
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The eight 8 endless rotary encoders, each with a element LED indicator, have a special push-to-set function that allows you to select, adjust and control a myriad of functions. They look a lot better than they feel. Mac OS is a trademark of Apple Inc.
The BCF is an innovative, hands-on control surface with ultra-precise mm motorized faders for the ultimate control of virtual mixers, organ-drawbars, synths and samplers. The motorized faders ARE loud, as noted in the reviews I read beforehand, but I’m usually knee deep in a set of cans when I’m using them, and the only times they cause major noise issues is switching between presets, or your large groups of channels i.
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This allows me to ‘bank’ back-and-forth between my input tracks and allows me to get a very quick 2-channel rough mix from my DAW.
Assign knobs, faders and keys to your most frequently used functions without requiring another controller. bcf2000
Get control of each and every audio parameter at your fingertips. Nice faders, easy to configure MIDI functions.
Behringer tends to put cheap components into their products making them bcf200 down easily as well as preform sub-par to similar products.
It’s small, lightweight and seems to be very well built. Be the first to review this item. The BCF from Behringer is a hands-on control surface with ultra-precise mm motorized faders for the control of virtual mixers, organ-drawbars, synthesizers and samplers.
Behringer Bcf2000 B-control Usb/midi Controller With 8 Motorized Faders
I use the BCF for a ‘tactile’ control surface when I do location multitrack recording. I would definitely recommend it to anyone who could benefit from motorized faders. Rated 5 out of 5 by Alex Potemkin from Photographers attention! The only thing I would that dislike, is that on mackie’s emulation mode, there is no feedback on the led screen, but Behringer makes this a little easy by providing a BCFview software that would give you some feedback.
It provide the comfortable physical control for almost all Lightroom’s functions. It is this void that the BCF fills with style. Very good motorised faders. And alot of free and paid apps exist to control MIDI devices. It still gets the work done so I guess they had to skimp somehow to get the price down that low. Any how if your DAW supports it, you just can plug and play without emulation mode.
There are other control surfaces out there but if you want this many features from other companies you will spend so much more. So, I tried it and I’m really impressed. Best of all, discover just how awesome MIDI can be! While software-based music creation has done much to eliminate the bulky inconvenience of hardware rigs, it has left a void in the realm of tactile, real-time control. Like any Behringer product, it works well, but is likely to be fragile, so take care of it.
You will have to come across two MIDI cables on your own, but that should be pretty easy: Be in control with the BCF! Until Behringer fixes this product with better components and features, I will not be recommending it to friends. See any errors on this page? This is one of the few times I would recommend a Behringer product.
The only real complaint I have is that the fader knobs feel like cheap plastic. Sorry to describe myself as Professional Musician because I’m not a musician at all, but it is not professional photographer definition here: