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Has anyone on here used the Behringer B-CONTROL FADER BCF2000? look like it would be cool for some some computer dubbing. you can control vst plugin in realtime with automation etc. <BR> <BR>Here's the link: <BR><A HREF="http://www.behringer.com/BCF2000/index.cfm?lang=ENG" TARGET="_top">http://www.behringer.com/BCF2000/index.cfm?lang=ENG</A>
i use a <A HREF="http://www.doepfer.de/pc.htm" TARGET="_blank"> pocket control from doepfer</A> which has more pots for the money. it's disadvantage is that the controls are pretty close together. so it's nothing for people with thick fingers.. <IMG SRC="http://www.interruptor.ch/cgi-bin/discu ... rt/ape.gif">
wow, Daniel, I've never seen this thing before... nice'n blue <IMG SRC="http://www.interruptor.ch/cgi-bin/discu ... /happy.gif" ALT=":)"> Hah, these knobs are rather tooooooooooo close ...;-) <BR>Dubbin' on-the-fly with knobs (no sliders) is a 'twisty trick' to begin with...now with this lil-device it must be a some picture to watch...hah, make a video , man ...lol <BR> <BR>/Mike Zee aka Dr. ZEE
I'm really thinking about getting the Behringer <BR>it has 100mm motorized flying faders. <BR>Thats unheard of for a mixer in it's price range. <BR>Here's some video of the mixer in action: <BR> <BR><A HREF="http://www.dancetech.com/aa_dt_new/hard ... 714&lang=0" TARGET="_top">http://www.dancetech.com/aa_dt_new/hard ... &lang=0</A>
Hedorah, if you get it ...post someday how's going and if your get something really out of it in dub-production. It sure will give you something to 'feel' if you produce with computer software <IMG SRC="http://www.interruptor.ch/cgi-bin/discu ... /happy.gif" ALT=":)"> <BR>I have a page, where I've collected other control-surfaces, which are available at mf on-line store: <A HREF="http://www.mzentertainment.com/store_mf ... ntrol.html" TARGET="_blank">here's the page</A>, you can check out other big-bros and compare. No other unit gets close to the price of around $200 or so in this class ..heh heh , you also can find some customers'reviews at mf. BCF2000 gets pretty good rating so far... <BR> <BR>good luck, <BR>/Mike Zee aka Dr ZEE
I'll post a review here once i get it <BR>I should have it in a few days <BR>I mostly use my computer for multi-track recording/mixdowns <BR>I play instruments and still use alot of real world effects ie: spacexpander, tape echo and phasers. <BR>so i guess i'll have to see if this will make mixing down easier.
Hedorah, do you mean that you actually use computer as multitrack recorder while mixing/dubbing on external analog mixer/hardware effects? hmmmm. I thought first, that you produce completely with computer software, and was thinking of adding "feel of real mixer move" to your production process. <BR>Or do you do all mixing, using software mixing features? <BR>What main software do you use? Just interesting to know. <BR> <BR>/respects, <BR>/Mike Zee aka Dr ZEE
That film from dancetech, the first intro film, <BR>it´s extremely intertaining, hes cat keeps on <BR>walking in front of the camera as he uses unlimited time to open this fucking box, the <BR>only thing you can´t see while he speaks is hes <BR>head, then while he stand up to show some close <BR>pictures of the unit you see his underwear as <BR>he forgot to close his pants, finally all is <BR>put online,.... bravo,---bravisimo,---
HM, LOL <IMG SRC="http://www.interruptor.ch/cgi-bin/discu ... t/clap.gif"> <IMG SRC="http://www.interruptor.ch/cgi-bin/discu ... /crazy.gif"> <IMG SRC="http://www.interruptor.ch/cgi-bin/discu ... t/clap.gif"> <BR>hah hah : seeing is believing! <BR> <BR>/mz
Hey Mike Zee, <BR>I do most of my mixing in cubase sx <BR>sometimes I record stuff on an old 4 track and use all analog effects then dump the mix into cubase and tweak it a bit more. <BR>I'm still working out some kinks.
just to add.. doepfer also sells a <A HREF="http://www.doepfer.de/pf.htm" TARGET="_blank">faderbox</A> for those who prefer faders. the production of this one was stopped and they are now selling the last pieces. <BR>also a <A HREF="http://www.doepfer.de/db.htm" TARGET="_blank">monster controllerbox with 64 pots</A> for ca. 400 Euro/$ is available. <BR> <BR>i think it's a nice way of dubbing.. first create a basic mix with all the eq's, plugins, etc needed, then select the parameters you want to tweak in realtime during the mixdown and assign them on the controller.
Hedorah, I bought an UC33e, havent used it yet, <BR>it´s a little troublesome but it is possible to <BR>get it working with cubase it seems, it gives a <BR>bit more knobs pr euro, but I regret that I did not wait a while and buy two behringers insteadt <BR>so in short if your ask is this a good choice I <BR>am sure it is, even on the high-level nuendo- <BR>forum people seems very excited about it, there <BR>is no alternative for the price i would say, and <BR>not even if you pay considerable more, ability <BR>to customize and add more boxes to be considered <BR>also, just the third USB audio-interface box I <BR>would not even consider, but fader/knob boxes is <BR>very very nice, good build quality and quality <BR>faders in big and useful size, not like my corny <BR>plastic-evolution, wonder how much it would give <BR>me seccond hand :-),