I got a Behringer BCF2000 yesterday and I am pleased with it so far.
This is all new to me so I’m happy that I got it working in Mackie mode with Cubase 8.5 pro thanks to some YouTube tutorials.
It doesn’t work a 100% as I hoped though but it’s not a huge deal.
The faders work, the panning works, muting channels, play, stop, all of that works.
The thing that doesn’t seem to work is controlling the inserts with the IFX mode.
I can select an insert slot, choose and effect and turn them off and on with Mackie mode but I can’t select or edit any parameters.
The rotary options on the BCF2000 are a bit limited anyway so I decided to also get a BCR2000 to control the plugins.
Now my first question is:
-Can I run the BCF2000 in mackie mode via USB and also run my BCR2000 in another mode at the same time in cubase via USB?
I only want to use the BCR for tweaking plugins, mostly Slate plugins.
Or is this not possible and will I have to also run the BCF2000 in another mode in order to get them both working at the same time?
I’m having a hard time finding any info about his.
Not sure if Mackie mode is a mode that excludes any other midi signals from other devices in Cubase.
-If not, what would be a good way to run BCF2000 and BCR2000 together?
I know I can connect them via midi but I’m afraid this will overcomplicate things for me a bit since I’m new to this.
Any help would be hugely appreciated.