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Behringer B-Control Rotary BCR2000
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Behringer B-Control Rotary BCR2000

Other MIDI Control Surface from Behringer belonging to the B-Control series.

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"fully customizable "

Behringer B-Control Rotary BCR2000Published on 10/15/12 at 21:35
I have been using the B Control Rotary BCR2000 in Cubase and even in Logic on my Mac for a long time now. The control surface of the BCR2000 gave me complete control over all of my virtual synths that I was using. This unit is so well made it actually feels like knobs that are on some expensive Motif or Fantom keyboards. You can have 4 groups and 32 presets with each group. It can be connected to your computer through USB or through standard MIDI connections. Using the BCR2000 will change the way your workflow is without a problem. It will take some time to fully remember how you have everything set up if you choose to save it as a preset, because there really are not any labels or any......
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I have been using the B Control Rotary BCR2000 in Cubase and even in Logic on my Mac for a long time now. The control surface of the BCR2000 gave me complete control over all of my virtual synths that I was using. This unit is so well made it actually feels like knobs that are on some expensive Motif or Fantom keyboards. You can have 4 groups and 32 presets with each group. It can be connected to your computer through USB or through standard MIDI connections. Using the BCR2000 will change the way your workflow is without a problem. It will take some time to fully remember how you have everything set up if you choose to save it as a preset, because there really are not any labels or any places to put labels so you can remember. There are blank spaces so you can write in your own labels that you may want but I just don’t like that because it can get sloppy if you want to move things around or change things up after time using a pen then having to scratch out words and write more. The unit has a good weight to it, it does not feel cheap or plastic like. It does also come with a power connection to a wall outlet.

Using it with Reason was probably the easiest to set it up with and start using it. Cubase took a little more work and so did Logic. It also runs great in Ableton Live and Sonar. It is very versatile and can be used to control anything you want. As long as you are using Windows XP or higher then it will work with your system. If you do need some new drivers you can easily download them from Behringer’s website and you can also get all of the support you need. This unit is also backed by a factory warranty as long as the damage is not your fault they will fix it or give you a new one.
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Behringer B-Control Rotary BCR2000Published on 12/30/10 at 06:36
I've been using it for one month.
It's my first Midi controller.

Pros:
No latency with Traktor, Scratch Pro, Ableton, etc.
Enough space between the controls
Endless rotary controls are useful when you change presets in Ableton.

Cons:
Plastic construction (same applies to the UC-33)
I had to return it after two days because a switch didn't work properly.
B-CONTROL software never works: too many bugs with a PC, doesn't support Mac.
No slipmaps for the different presets, like on the UC-33 and Xone 2D/1D.
Not enough faders.

Good value for money: huge possibilities and really affordable.
I wouldn't hesitate to buy it again with the same......
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I've been using it for one month.
It's my first Midi controller.

Pros:
No latency with Traktor, Scratch Pro, Ableton, etc.
Enough space between the controls
Endless rotary controls are useful when you change presets in Ableton.

Cons:
Plastic construction (same applies to the UC-33)
I had to return it after two days because a switch didn't work properly.
B-CONTROL software never works: too many bugs with a PC, doesn't support Mac.
No slipmaps for the different presets, like on the UC-33 and Xone 2D/1D.
Not enough faders.

Good value for money: huge possibilities and really affordable.
I wouldn't hesitate to buy it again with the same budget. In spite of the faults and cons, it's a very good controller. Good product for low budgets! I just tried out the UC33 and it's much too small! I don't understand how people can mix with it.

Originally written by beatrouble on Audiofanzine FR.
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Behringer B-Control Rotary BCR2000Published on 01/03/09 at 10:37
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
- How long have you use it?

I use the BCR2000 1 Week Achete new ...

- What is the particular feature you like best and least?

THE +: -large number of rotary
-PRESET configuration
-contrleur well conut at the Bay distance and the size of the knobs
-the prix..permet to have a fairly complete Controller for less than 150 euros


LES -: -that plastic (but hey at this price should not expect a brushed aluminum finish)
knobs resists -some more than others (because of a store in return)
-2 Linear faders t would be welcome to return and rgler master
- How do you report qualitprix?
-excellent report qualitprix ...
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- How long have you use it?

I use the BCR2000 1 Week Achete new ...

- What is the particular feature you like best and least?

THE +: -large number of rotary
-PRESET configuration
-contrleur well conut at the Bay distance and the size of the knobs
-the prix..permet to have a fairly complete Controller for less than 150 euros


LES -: -that plastic (but hey at this price should not expect a brushed aluminum finish)
knobs resists -some more than others (because of a store in return)
-2 Linear faders t would be welcome to return and rgler master
- How do you report qualitprix?
-excellent report qualitprix
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" this is for CON TRO LER!"

Behringer B-Control Rotary BCR2000Published on 10/13/13 at 04:01
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
about 4 months of repeated use
I fly in old synth MIDI
I love how quickly parameterize the bypass, the two outputs
I do not like the system to put labels and annotate my settings, I went to POST IT, I do not like the plastic casing.

record is available, the possibilities are enormous, including making a chaining between BCR
USB is a genius idea
ca ages if one considers the known mine to live, and now the technival my room.
I do not bugg, no latency, apparent led witnesses are MIDI messages sent receipts and

I have a mini pride to see that Laurent Garnier, Daft Punk and JUSTICE also fly with AC, like what, at behringer, there's also good stuff ...
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about 4 months of repeated use
I fly in old synth MIDI
I love how quickly parameterize the bypass, the two outputs
I do not like the system to put labels and annotate my settings, I went to POST IT, I do not like the plastic casing.

record is available, the possibilities are enormous, including making a chaining between BCR
USB is a genius idea
ca ages if one considers the known mine to live, and now the technival my room.
I do not bugg, no latency, apparent led witnesses are MIDI messages sent receipts and

I have a mini pride to see that Laurent Garnier, Daft Punk and JUSTICE also fly with AC, like what, at behringer, there's also good stuff
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Behringer
  • Model: B-Control Rotary BCR2000
  • Series: B-Control
  • Category: Other MIDI Control Surfaces
  • Added in our database on: 08/08/2008

The BCR2000 is a control surface with an additional 24 endless rotary encoders for control of virtual synths, samplers, effects and signal processors.

The BCR2000 is USB compatible, features full MIDI In/Out/Thru capability and includes 8 endless rotary encoders, each with a 15-element LED indicator plus a push-to-set function, that let you select, adjust, set and control a myriad of functions. Assign a dedicated knob or key to your most frequently used functions and make edits without touching the mouse. Tweak “front panel” settings by simply turning a knob. Simply connect your B-CONTROL to your computer via USB. Then assign and control MIDI/audio sequencers, software synths or virtual plug-ins with real knobs

Source: Behringer website

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