Cheap but very powerfull and functional! I set different templete to control my software (FLSTUDIO): Channel EQ, Mixer fader/pan/send, FX control. *Mapped as "Mackie Control Universal"
I use this with FL studio and midi link it to a few synths each on their own mixer channel and then use the blank midi pages to control the synths and it straight up turns fl studio into some kind of futuristic MC303 style groove box. absolutely mental to get grooven out on. the motorized faders are solid and the metal build is road ready, no wonder daft punk toured with this units!
Tan útil como su hermana, la BCR2000. Los knobs son suaves y los faders cumplen correctamente con su trabajo aunque son algo ruidosos y no se mueven con demasiada suavidad. De todas formas, por su precio, es un dispositivo a tener muy en cuenta para los músicos caseros. El problema, al igual que la BCR2000, es la dificultad a la hora de configurarla, aunque una vez la entiendes, no hay problema.
All articulations in my virtual instruments are handy when assigned to my BCF2000. When my Soundscape String Library is loaded, I have Staccato, Staccatissimo, Marcato, Tremolo, Sustain, Legato and Pizzis for great expression. Controllers CC1, CC2, CC4, CC11, CC16 Aftertouch and Pitch Bend assigned to the BCF's faders and works like a bliss.
Not the best build quality, but for the price it lets you use (love) automated sliders and knows to your hearts content even if you are on a tight budget. Perfect for multiband EQ adjusting, multitrack mixing and tweaking virtual instruments.
I was pretty skeptical about this before purchasing it due to the price, however it worked really well. It does everything it says it'll do, would be nice to see an audio interface built into it in future models though. A simple control surface for most DAWs and is extremely affordable.
it does it jobs, but does an average job at that.
the faders are loud and can get stuck in a long buzz. this tells that the motorized faders are not very accurate (update cycles are low)
build quality seems cheap(as the product), but in a home studio situation where you dont move things around too much, that could be acceptable.