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  • The OFFICIAL Behringer loving BLUE RIBBON thread.

    Per our beloved moderator http://acapella.harmony-central.com/showthread.php?2731520-Are-we-allowed-to-praise-KORG-in-this-forum&p=42105621&viewfull=1#post42105621)

    All hail Behringer and praise all the great things they have given us.

    Here's what I have in my arsenal:

    1 x BCR2000



    2 x FCB1010 w/ UNO mod



    1 x XENYX 1202FX



    1 x CT100



    If someone could convince them to make a keyboard controller with a crap load of knobs sliders and buttons, I'd buy it in a second!
    <b>Response from John from American Musical Supply on why I have received 2 used/damaged Korg M3's and 1 reboxed M3 from Guitar Center (a.k.a. while I'll never buy from AMS again):</b><br><br><blockquote><hr>Footfall wrote:<br><p>What you're experiencing with these units is the result of our warehouse crew intentionally &quot;overpacking&quot; this product.</p><br><hr></blockquote><br><font size="1"><i><b>Current Korg Gear:</b> KRONOS 88 (4GB), M50-73 (PS mod), RADIAS-73, Electribe MX, Triton Pro (MOSS, SCSI, CF, 64MB RAM), DVP-1, MEX-8000, MR-1, KAOSSilator, nanoKey, nanoKontrol, nanoPAD 2</i></font>

  • #2
    Aside from a four-wolf shirt and a Kurzweil PC3, the BCR2000 is the manliest thing ever made. Now, if they'd officially support a BCL editor (not that BC Manager is bad or anything, it'd just be nice to get a sanctioned version).
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    • #3
      Here's what I have in my collection:
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      • #4
        If someone could convince them to make a keyboard controller with a crap load of knobs sliders and buttons, I'd buy it in a second!


        They did. But you don't like Roland

        NAMM 2012: Roland & Behringer have teamed up to introduce the perfect instrument for making noisy music. For those seeking the widest range of noise possible in a keyboard format, RB7 will also be available.
        P.S: We chose to introduce it in 2012 for prophetic reasons.



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        • #5
          Their Vintage Delay pedal is really nice sounding. Probably the best delay pedal you're gonna find for $30. The BCR is a great controller. The mixers are hit and miss. I've had two, and both had one faulty channel.
          <div class="signaturecontainer"><font size="1"><font color="DarkRed"><u>Synths:</u></font> <font face="Lucida Console">TT-303 . Analog Four . Octatrack . uWave II . Monotribe . Monotron Delay . Monotron</font></font><br><br><br><br><font size="1"><font color="DarkRed"><u>Drum Machines:</u></font> <font face="Lucida Console">Machinedrum UWmkI . Vermona Kick Lancet<br><br><br><br><br><br>New DJ Mix - <a target="_blank" href="http://www.mixcloud.com/ComputerControlled/acidted-question-everything/">AcidTed - Question Everything</a></font></font></div>

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          • #6
            They did. But you don't like Roland


            Someone has to bring the goods to the table. In that relationship, Behringer would be the heavyweight and Roland would just be slapping faulty knobs and sliders in it. Plus, it's gotta have 76 semi-weighted keys. Two octaves is only enough if you do hop hop or pop music.

            Looks OK though...

            -Mc
            <b>Response from John from American Musical Supply on why I have received 2 used/damaged Korg M3's and 1 reboxed M3 from Guitar Center (a.k.a. while I'll never buy from AMS again):</b><br><br><blockquote><hr>Footfall wrote:<br><p>What you're experiencing with these units is the result of our warehouse crew intentionally &quot;overpacking&quot; this product.</p><br><hr></blockquote><br><font size="1"><i><b>Current Korg Gear:</b> KRONOS 88 (4GB), M50-73 (PS mod), RADIAS-73, Electribe MX, Triton Pro (MOSS, SCSI, CF, 64MB RAM), DVP-1, MEX-8000, MR-1, KAOSSilator, nanoKey, nanoKontrol, nanoPAD 2</i></font>

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            • #7
              I've got a Behringer mixer of some kind. It got scratchy and noisy.

              I've got a Behringer patch bay. I have to use so much force to plug into it that I'm afraid I'm going to break it. And it got scratchy.


              Yay Behringer.
              <div class="signaturecontainer"><div align="right">Hurrr. Derp, derp, derp.</div></div>

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              • #8
                Here's what I have in my collection:


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                • #9
                  Behringer is generally ok until you have to run audio through it. Then it turns your signal to ****************. Hence the success of the BCR and complete crappiness of the mixers.

                  Even with that consideration you will want to be careful moving it around. Best not to risk that.

                  Spend $50-100 more and get something quality.

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                  • #10
                    The BCR2000 is indeed like the Three Wolf Shirt. Its awesomeness puts all the other products of its company to shame.

                    Capacitors and resistors dream at night of being inside a BCR2000, and will cry many a tear when they learn that their ultimate destination is a Behringer Xenyx.
                    <div class="signaturecontainer"><font size="1">What I make with way too many blinky light modular items, plugins, and an Alesis Andromeda. <br />
                    <a href="http://forbiddenstar.com/" target="_blank">Forbidden Star: </a> home studio / melodic ambient / New Age / the deep zone<br />
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                    • #11
                      I've got a Behringer mixer of some kind. It got scratchy and noisy.




                      That sounds a lot like both Behringer mixers I've owned...

                      I've also bought Behringer equipment that never worked, just buzzed (it was known as an Ultramizer or something). Told the guy at the store, and he never raised an eyebrow - apparently it was a common thing.

                      So yeah. Yay Behringer.
                      <div class="signaturecontainer">Selected Gearlist: Yamaha PSR-760, 3 meter long Hosa stereo cable (jack to phono).</div>

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                      • #12
                        Capacitors and resistors dream at night of being inside a BCR2000, and will cry many a tear when they learn that their ultimate destination is a Behringer Xenyx.


                        I cried a little when I read that.

                        Beautiful.
                        <b>Response from John from American Musical Supply on why I have received 2 used/damaged Korg M3's and 1 reboxed M3 from Guitar Center (a.k.a. while I'll never buy from AMS again):</b><br><br><blockquote><hr>Footfall wrote:<br><p>What you're experiencing with these units is the result of our warehouse crew intentionally &quot;overpacking&quot; this product.</p><br><hr></blockquote><br><font size="1"><i><b>Current Korg Gear:</b> KRONOS 88 (4GB), M50-73 (PS mod), RADIAS-73, Electribe MX, Triton Pro (MOSS, SCSI, CF, 64MB RAM), DVP-1, MEX-8000, MR-1, KAOSSilator, nanoKey, nanoKontrol, nanoPAD 2</i></font>

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                        • #13
                          i've been using a FCA 202 firewire interface for 4 years now. utterly reliable.
                          <div class="signaturecontainer">More tea, vicar?</div>

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                          • #14
                            i've been using a FCA 202 firewire interface for 4 years now. utterly reliable.


                            Really? I am shocked, sir. Shocked.
                            <div class="signaturecontainer"><div align="right">Hurrr. Derp, derp, derp.</div></div>

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                            • #15
                              Really? I am shocked, sir. Shocked.


                              you might be if you touch it.
                              <div class="signaturecontainer">More tea, vicar?</div>

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