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Behringer BCF2000 & Apple Logic Pro user-guide

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Author: admin
Date: 20-Dec-10

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The BCF2000 B-Control Fader unit is one of Behringer's finest value-equipment inventions - Offering excellent control of all relevent features for most sequencers, this full featured user-guide shows you everything you need to know for use with Logic Pro, including tips along the way such as customizing the LED displays on the BCF pots, customizing controllers and more.

This guide is in HD which may be only selecteable on the Youtube site




This guide is in HD which may be only selecteable on the Youtube site - Here is part-1.



If you've found this tutorial useful, please leave some comments or tips of your own below - thankyou.














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Name:  Alan Mather
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Activity:  Hobby-ist
Date:  27-Dec-10

Excellent tutorials.
What about third party Instrument control.
I have several Native Instruments, including Guitar Rig and Absynth
How can the Behringer be used for control of these?
(I also posted this in the forum, before I found this spot to post.)

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Name:  Alan Mather
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Date:  27-Dec-10

addendum to previous post

I wonder if the Behringer can be used to control the variable settings and if they can be manipulated in a
similar fashion to the built in Plug-ins in Logic.

You also describe how the order can be changed in the CSParameterOrder.plist.

You didn't mention third party software at all in your tutorial set.

Does this mean they can't be controlled in a similar manner to the Logic Instruments and Inserts?

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Name:  arno
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Date:  03-Jan-11

Every teacher, I have two BCF2000, but try to many times are not normal use, the biggest problem is the first and second synchronous motor is moving, please tell me how to order them from the normal 1-16 ,,,!!! I'm using imac & LOGIC 9!Thank you!

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Name:  Pablo van Vierzen
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Date:  17-Jan-11

Hi,
Very usefull tutorials!
Are you also going to make a tutorials about using a BCF2000 and a BCR2000 with logic?
Regards,
Pablo van Vierzen

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Name:  Bob Mutch
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Activity:  Hobby-ist
Date:  15-Feb-12

Absolutely brilliant! So brilliant, in fact, that I immediately purchased a Behringer BCR2000. That's "R", for
rotary, instead of "F", for fader. That's where the problem started.

Now BCF2000 and BCR2000 share a users manual; and by all accounts, in Behringer literature, are identical
(save for 8 faders vs. 16 rotary pots). Uh... No.

As soon as I unboxed and connected the BCR2000, restarted Tutorial #1, and tried to boot to "LC" mode, I
knew I was in for trouble. You see, the presumably electronically-identical BCR does not have the LC mode
that the BCF has.

Three days later, I discover that - with time- I can set up the unit from scratch; but that the BCR also doesn't
allow LED feedback. That's critical. Is there any help out there, for a poor frustrated soul? Am I forced to
dump the BCR on eBay, and pick up a BCF? Sad, since I really didn't want or need faders.

Til then, I s'pose I'll just twiddle my knobs.

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Name:  DMC63
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Date:  04-Nov-12

Thanks for taking the time to put this together. I've had my BCF2000 for many years and never used it. Got it out of the box and fired it up. With the tutorial it was easy to find my way around it and put it to work ; )

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Name:  Charlie
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Date:  19-May-13

Hello, im looking at buying one of these second hand and i just wondered what drivers i need to install on my
mac to get it running please?

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Name:  admin
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Date:  20-May-13

no drivers required on mac

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Name:  Craig
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Activity:  Professional
Date:  23-May-13

Hi,
I have recently purchased a BCF 2000 and I have a big problem. Everything seems to be working fine but when i
switch between the fader banks my master track completely drops. When I push the fader back up it stays in
place until I switch banks again. Can you help me out with this guys?

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Name:  Scott L. Hines
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Date:  28-Jun-13

Great great great video tutorials!
Are there issues with the BCF and Mt. Lion? I read one complaint that the editor is compatible with 10.6, but not
with 10.8. Is this correct and if so, does that make the purchase of one a waste of money?
Thanks

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Name:  Victor
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Website?:  www.victortsaran.net
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Date:  23-Sep-13

Most excellent tutorials! I am trying to apply much of the knowledge to using BCF 2000 with Logic 10 but I can't
get the pan rotors to work, for example.
Has this been reevaluated for Logic 10 or am I doing something wrong?

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Name:  Sam
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Date:  19-Nov-13

Thanks for this, someone brought one into the studio the other day and this has helped out immensely...

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Name:  Gregory Pollari
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Activity:  Professional
Date:  24-Jul-14

Wow! This was exactly what I needed. A very systematic treatise and demo on setting up and using the BCF200
with Logic Pro 9. The presenter is very articulate and the explanations are clear.

Thank you!

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