asked Oct 13 '16 at 14:58 by StudioBones (62)

Hi there,

I'm trying to get the most out of the Behringer BCR2000 controller in Bitwig. I want to use all 32 encoders as CC parameters with Bitwig also sending the information back to the controller so i have total recall. I also want to link every preset (page) on BCR to a different midi channel so that i can have 32 X 16 encoders. When i use the BCR preset by Bitwig (a Sysex file that you can download from the site) Bitwig only recognizes 1 Midi Channel, the other channel just seem to control the same parameters as the ones on channel 1. Also in the Mapping Browser Pannel i'm unable to set the value to work withing a certain percentage.

When i use the BCR with the factory presets and as a manualy added controller (Generic Keyboard) i am able to set the value within a certain percentage and de CC's are detected and numbered properly BUT yet again only on Midi channel 1 and Bitwig doesn't send information to the BCR so: no recall. Which makes it pretty much useless. I've tried editing patches for the BCR In BC Manager haven't found properly working settings yet.

I also have a nektar LX49 with the, by Bitwig provided, firmware. Those encoders work fine but the keyboard only has 8 encoders so that's not enough. If only there was a way to make the BCR's encoder work like the ones on the LX49 on all 16 Midi Channels.

2015 15" macbook pro, el capitan, MOTU 828 MKII

I already spent many hours on this problem, if someone has an solution for this, i would be forever grateful!

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Asked: Oct 13 '16 at 14:58

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