I have this device. For that purpose most control surfaces can get the job done quite easily. It won’t outdo the best. I used it with FLstudio’s mixer on mackie emulation mode and it works like a breez. Rated 3 out of 5 by David S. But I find the way everything is done is rather unintuitive, especially given the generally unlabeled nature of the buttons and the very limited display. Rated 5 out of 5 by Alex Potemkin from Photographers attention!

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Behringer Bcf2000 B-control Usb/midi Controller With 8 Motorized Faders

To do that with the BCF requires consistent configuration and elimination of the inclusion bcc2000 some of it’s extra capabilities. The BCF is a relatively small, plastic, midi-based hardware control surface that has a primary function of being able to behrnger one to have tactile control over the software “virtual” mixer in their typical sequencer DAW program. The only real complaint I have is that the fader knobs feel like cheap plastic. It’s small, lightweight and seems to be very well built.

It still gets the work done so I guess they had to skimp somehow to get the price down that low.

This allows navigation through the entire virtual mixer while retaining use of the faders and knobs for tactile control. But again using two hands to press a single button in this case the “solo” button is a bit fiddly and can get a little annoying.

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You will have to come across two MIDI cables on your own, but that should be pretty easy: On the other hand, if you are comfortable with your MIDI knowledge then setting this up will be a walk in the park for you. It just happens to not look and sound as pretty as it could.

The BCF is such a piece. Perhaps somewhat ironically almost everyone that has been recording on a less than “high end” budget in the last decade seems to have some experience with Behringer gear. Our product catalog varies by country due to manufacturer restrictions.

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I don’t like having to “learn” a control surface. That is, the learning curve was very steep for me, which is what made it seem like so much work setting it up. The are a bit clumsy looking in their movement and their motor is audible. I happen to think some of that reputation is deserved. But I’m pretty sure they are for customizing various functions of the unit’s various buttons, knobs and faders. Call us at I would definitely recommend it to anyone who could benefit from motorized faders.

I bought two, and they link up perfectly. Hosted by Nimbus Hosting. This is very useful and visual.

Behringer BCF control surface – User review – Gearslutz

Ebhringer fortunate for Behringer because they seem to always have a market for their product. The most useful controls on any control surface are arguably the faders, pan knobs and transport section and with those specific functions I never felt I was left wanting for much in terms of basic beheinger on the BCF.


There’s something immediate and satisfying about being able to reach for a fader or knob, grab and go. And the knobs have led indicators that reflect the value in your software or vst. Want to control your synth, mixer, effects, or signal processor with real controls?

Groups can be created to facilitate moves that can’t be made with a mouse. The unit looks pretty nice as far as design and functions as it should. Want to control your synth, mixe Sorry to describe myself as Professional Musician because I’m not a musician at all, but it is not professional photographer definition here: I found that when I wanted to quickly solo a channel I had to use the “shift” key first and then press the upper of the two unlabeled channel strip buttons.

So, depending on the scope of the project on which I am working and the associated tasksI might just use one surface and load a specific xml to that unit via the import command in CuBaseor I may use both surfaces with each having differences in functionality. Can operate in stand-alone MIDI control mode. I have this device.