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Mimicking a Behringer BCF2000

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I recently got an Electra One ( electra.one ) and it as a highly customizable midi controller that does sysex, NPRN, 14 bit CC and a lot of other cool things.

I now want to mimick the Behringer BCF2000, and they wait that the faders on the VCS are automapped to the faders and rotary encoders on the BCF2000. Is there anyway to get the documentation on how it was implemented in Kyma? Which CC's and so on? I've got Midi Monitor to capture the outcoming midi of Kyma when it's put in "BCF2000-mode". And Electra One has some sort of midi learn function, but a lot of the midi coming out of kyma meant for the BCF2000 seems quite specific, and not to easy to understand for an untrained eye like mine.

Thanks

Anders
asked Dec 18, 2020 in Controllers, OSC & MIDI by anders-skibsted (Adept) (1,170 points)

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A better place to start might be the protocol of the CM Labs Motormix. Their site is no longer online, but you can find the reference using the wayback machine (the MIDI implementation starts on page 10):

http://web.archive.org/web/20070203040823/http://www.cmlabs.net/MotorMix%20V%201.2%20Developer%20pkg3.pdf
answered Dec 19, 2020 by ssc (Savant) (112,400 points)
selected Dec 19, 2020 by anders-skibsted
Thanks!
Yes, this seems to be very useful. I'll get to to work!
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