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Wed 25 Jul 07 @ 4:38 pm


Elektroniske Mads Hansen

Electro,- and Minimal House, Acid-, and NUjazz, plus Dub, Leftfield and Experimental

Fri 02 Feb 07 @ 9:35 pm

Behringer BCF2000 - Changing Emulation Modes

Common Description:
In addition to the standard B-CONTROL mode (bC) (for VDJ), since version 1.06 there are four so called ‘Emulation Modes’ for the BCF2000:

* Mackie Control; Mapping for Steinberg Cubase SX and Nuendo (MC C )

* Logic Control; Mapping for Emagic Logic Audio (LC)

* Mackie Control; Mapping for Cakewalk Sonar 3 (MCSo)

* Mackie Baby HUI; Mapping for various applications(bhul) e.g.
Digidesign Pro Tools, Steinberg Cubase SX/Nuendo (easier setting than Mackie Control Protocol)


-> Switch OFF the BCF2000 before starting

Example Mackie Control for Cubase -> MC C

-> Push & hold the desired mode button (see example above)
-> Switch ON the BCF2000 and wait until the selected mode is indicated
in the display

-> Release mode button


* After powering off/on next time, the mode last selected will be reactivated

* For changing modes, you have to switch off the BCF2000 and repeat the above procedure

* For each of the four emulation modes, making any control element or parameter changes on the B-CONTROL is not possible: neither preset changes nor GLOBAL EDIT selections!
The functionality of the pre-programmed control elements refers to the emulated hardware controller.

* The specifications of the parameters orient themselves on the original

* Detailed descriptions of the original protocols and software adaptations of
the emulated hardware controllers can be found on the homepages of the
corresponding hardware manufacturers (controllers), software
manufacturers (adapted music application) or in the help menu of the
corresponding music software.

How to change GLOBAL MENU parameters before starting the selected
emulation mode:


-> Push & hold the desired mode button

Example Mackie Control for Cubase -> MC C

-> Switch ON the BCF2000 and wait until “EG” (EDIT GLOBAL MODE)
is indicated on the display

-> Edit the global settings with the push encoders 1 to 8 as the
operating mode and device ID

->After having completed your selections, press the EXIT button to
get into the preselected emulation mode

For further information please visit

Tue 30 Jan 07 @ 11:21 pm

How to attach a specified plug-in or cross fader behavior to a button on the Behringer BCF2000 BCR2000.

First of all you need the B-Control_edit software link 1 link 2(zip) and Java 2 Runtime Environment, SE v1.4.2_05 or older (it will not work with a more recent version)

After you install and open the software;

Press the Scan button (I) -> select your device (II) -> choose a preset to modify (III) or make a new by pressing the Rename button in the Editor window -> to modify a preset; load it into the Editor by pressing the Load button (IV)

Once the preset is in the Editor select Graphical Editor view (I) -> select a button for the specified plug-in (II) -> then change the MIDI Data Type from Control Change to Note (III)
-> Remember to set Ctrl Mode to Toggle On (IV) or else the button won’t switch properly On/Off
-> Press Enter/Return before selecting a new button or graphic view

Then reselect Presets view in the Editor (I) -> select the preset just modified (II) -> choose a location in the Controller>Presets window to store the preset (III) -> press Save button to save the preset on the controller

And the MIDI Shortcut window in Virtual DJ will change from;


To this:

You can now write the value number of the cross fader behavior or the name of the specified plug-in in the value box. Remember to mark the Momentarily box for the button to work correctly.

Feel free to contact me if you have any questions.

Fri 24 Nov 06 @ 11:43 pm

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August 2006

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Jazzland Community


Deadbeat & Pole

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Fri 24 Nov 06 @ 1:15 pm

Funky-, Electro-, Minimal-, Tech House, plus Leftfield, NU Jazz & Dub