Behringer BCR2000 Total Recall USB/MIDI Controller Desk with 32 Illuminated Rotary Encoders
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However, the brand has stated that its take on the Putney will also pack modern features, including MIDI compatibility, a spring reverb and a manual gate button. However, this new synthesizer has a significant upgrade with 8-voice polyphony, a new analog matrix, USB/MIDI connectivity, and patch storage capabilities.
Behringer Bringing Back BCR2000 MIDI Controller - Synthtopia
While some controversy rages over their cloning of the Arturia KeyStep Behringer has just remembered that they did actually have their own MIDI controllers back in the day and have asked their tribe whether they’d like it resurrected. The DSS-1 receives sysex only, so programming the BCR was not super easy, and the knob movements have a tendency to overload the capacity of the buffer, making it freeze up. We advise you to update to a currently supported browser (such as Chrome, Edge, or Firefox) to improve your security, speed, and overall experience.This is a configuration that may make most sense for those situations where you want to be using the BCR2000 to make new patches - and then allowing the output of the Chroma/knobs to be recorded by an external sequencer. I have an IPad with Cubasis3, but I hate the underlying OS and the “multi purpose” nature of that device. It’s response was the BCR64 but was later changed to the BCR32 after Behringer announced a collaboration with ZAQ Audio on the product.
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Smart move to group the top row of encoders with the other encoders, I just hope that at least one row also functions as buttons, as does the top row on the BCR2000. The upgraded synth promises to deliver superior sound quality and enhanced playability, making it an exciting new addition to the market. The little display looks like it will be a pretty important improvement over the 4 digit (7-segment) LED of the BCR2000.The only downside of the original BCRs for me was its design: while it had a sturdy metal chassis, the thing was neither perfectly square or round, and had those long palm rests and side panels that ate too much desk space.