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    Damage
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-01-11

    I brought a behringer 2a controller it came with deckadance2 Voucher but I can't get it to activate can anyone please send me an information thanks

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    • Damage
      Dale_M Hi Damage if you purchased a Behringer hardware unit and received a voucher for Deckadance LE Edition, please follow these steps to redeem your software:


      Download and Install the latest demo:

      Go to the Stanton Deckadance website and click "Demos" tab. Scroll down and download the demo for PC or Mac.

      Stanton Deckadance2 Website

      http://www.stantondj.com/deckadance-2.html

      Enter your Behringer voucher code

      Click the following link and enter your code (you may need to create a Cakewalk account, or use an existing account)

      http://www.cakewalk.com/Register/Deckadance-Registration

      With Deckadance open click on the toolbar "Preferences" icon (top-left corner)

      Select "Registration" on the left menu.

      Under "Registration Steps":

      Click "For LE Edition" and save the generated CRQ file to your desktop

      Click "Activation Website" ** and upload your CRQ file.

      Activation webpage will quickly send back a response DAT file. Save it to your desktop.

      Click "Import Activation Response" and upload your *.DAT file



      Activation is now complete. LE Edition serial-number should now be visible on the same registration screen.

      ** If you cannot access the Activation Page through Internet Explorer, please ensure your cookie settings:

      Go to menu: Tools -> Internet Options -> Privacy - > Advanced

      "Override automatic cookie handling" should be Enabled.

      "Third-Party" cookies set to "Accept"

      "Always allow session cookies" is unchecked.

      https://forum.gibson.com/applications/core/interface/file/attachment.php?id=20176
      • Jan 12
  • Maevis
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-09-28

    Hi,  has any one experiecned this?  Using my Crave in Ableton and when I connect it via usb and hit a key, either on the Crave itself or using my launchkey mini, I get a squealing feedback type sound almost immediatly after the note.  I have to then switch the Crave off and on again to get rid of this insane noise.   This doesnt happen when I go via the midi in, which is ovioulsy what I will do from now on.  So it's usable but confusing and annoying!  Any ideas?

     

    Thanks

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    • Maevis
      DavidKnighton Hello Maeve Devine,
      Would you be able to capture this problem on video? I think this would be a great way pass on to our developers. Post a download link to your video in a reply post and we'll investigate. If it's something we need to work on, then it'll take some time before an update is released.
      • September 28, 2020
      • Behringer Crave squealing feedback  type sound when usb is connected.
        Maevis Hi David. Cheers for the reply. Yes I can do that. I'll get on it asap. Cheers. M
        • September 29, 2020
    • Maevis
      Maevis Ok here's a video. I've got it running through a Stienberg sound card and a mixer before the speakers in this, but I repeated the process right after with the Crave line Out going direct to a little practice amp / speaker and it was just the same. This is literally my first synth so its entirely possible that I'm making some rookie error (which I'll pleased about if that is the case) but I have no clue why this is happening. PS, I'm using this with Ableton (Live 10 trial version) and it seems to be working ok when I connect it with just a midi cable.... Any help/ advice would be greatly appreciated. I really love the sounds I've coaxed out of this thing so far and I'm looking forward to getting more familiar with it once this problem is resolved. Thanks M
      • September 29, 2020
    • Maevis
    • Maevis
      DavidKnighton Hello Maeve, Thanks for providing the link. I can clearly hear something is not right when the USB is plugged in.
      Does is matter whether or not the SynthTool is open/running on the computer?
      What happens if all apps are closed, does it respond the same way?
      If a firmware update is available for the Crave, I would recommend running it via SynthTool to see if changes anything. You can find the SynthTool version 2.4.1 under SOFTWARE on the Crave product page here. https://www.behringer.com/behringer/product?modelCode=P0DPX" target="_blank" title="https://www.behringer.com/behringer/product?modelCode=P0DPX" target="_blank" title="https://www.behringer.com/behringer/product?modelCode=P0DPX">https://www.behringer.com/behringer/product?modelCode=P0DPX">https://www.behringer.com/behringer/product?modelCode=P0DPX">https://www.behringer.com/behringer/product?modelCode=P0DPX
      Let me know if this changes anything. If not, I'll raise a software /bug report with the developers.
      • September 30, 2020
      • Behringer Crave squealing feedback  type sound when usb is connected.
        Maevis Hi David. I did as you suggested and it seems that the issue has been resolved. I'm wondering if maybe I was getting feedback from something I'd routed wrong in the rest of my signal chain. Who knows?! Any way, my Crave is behaving itself again. Thank you for your time. Best wishes.
        • October 1, 2020
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    miswest1
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-02-28

    My crave will not play the sequencer or change tempo. I've only had it a week ? it was fine yesterday.  The midi still works though.

    Any advice ?

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    • miswest1
      PedroRodrigues Hi miswest1 please confirm that you have press SHIFT + KYBD to change the sequencer to keyboard mode.
      Please also consider that you can press SHIFT + STEP to change the sequencer to STEP mod.
      • Mar 1
    • miswest1
      miswest1 No it wasn't that. This was totally non responsive as if it was broken.
      • Mar 2
    • miswest1
      miswest1 Then suddenly it worked again and I was exhausted with it but happy it was working again. The next day it happened again, I was truly gutted as I wanted to crack on learning key combo's. Exhausted with it again, I plugged it into my laptop, downloaded the Crave software, installed it . It recognised the crave was plugged in and there was a global reset button, I clicked on that and it all worked fine again. Then it happened again so I clicked global reset and back to working again. Its something to do with midi being plugged in , like the midi clock or something puts it into a different mode, I'm not sure !
      • Mar 2
    • miswest1
      miswest1 I just know that when it happens again I will plug the USB into my computer and global reset it with the Behringer software.
      • Mar 2
    • miswest1
      miswest1 Thanks for offering me your help.
      • Mar 2
  • decktheHolls
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-01-25

    Hiii.  Can someone please help direct me what to plug in where to make my Arturia MIDI keyboard work with my VoiceLive 3? I have a Scarlett 18i8 to use as an in-between but am not sure what to plug in where to be able to hear the keyboard sounds in the VoiceLive.  This is currently where my vocals and guitar stuff is done and I want to be able to take the MIDI keyboard sounds from my keyboard (which obviously only come through on the PC) and have them go into the VoiceLive so I can loop that in with my vocals and guitar stuff.  I realize I probably have to somehow use my DAW (Ableton Lite came with the keyboard) to make this work?  But am unsure how to do even that! I am very new to the technical side of all of the musical things... So if someone would be kind enough to dumb it down for me, that would be great!  Currently, the keyboard and VoiceLive are both connected to the PC via USB... And these, as well as the Scarlett, all have MIDI in and out ports {this was the only thing someone had asked in return when I explained my issue before} that I just need to know how to use.

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    • decktheHolls
      PetGerbil

      If you're monitoring via the VL3, and the PC is generating the sounds via a "softsynth" I would take the "AudioOut" from the Soundcard(Scarlett) into the "Aux In" socket on the VL3. (1/8 inch stereo audio lead)


      So,


      Midi keyboard => Scarlett/PC => Audio out to VL3 Aux In  


      But there are multiple ways to do it. That's probably the easiest way to start.


      Maybe add a USB lead to the VL3 from the PC if you need sync,but then it starts to get a bit more head-hurty.

      • January 25, 2020
  • raenur
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-09-14

    Self explanatory - I'm looking to get a new mac and need to know if the X-touch will work with Catalina - there is no clear statement about support, but the device works without me installing any drivers on High Sierra. If it's a class compliant MIDI device I'd find it odd if it didn't still work.

    Can any current users report if they have it running already?

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    • raenur
      KyleJohnson Hello, Kyle with Music Tribe here. Yes, the X-TOUCH is compatible with Mac OS Catalina 10.15
      • September 14, 2020
    • raenur
      ChrisJanton Works fine here - I have been using X-Touch, XR18, X-Air Edit, and Logic Pro X quite nicely on Catalina. No drivers required
      • September 16, 2020
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    stormfield
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-03-01

    Hi! Can anyone advise? My TD3 resonance knob needs replacing, it's out of warranty.

    Does anybody know what part nunber it is, or where i can find it? The potentiometer

    When turning quickly, it makes a loud crackling sound. Less bad if turned very slowly. A spray of contact cleaner helps fix the problem for about 15 minutes, then the crackle returns. 

     

    Thanks in advance!

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    • stormfield
      DavidKnighton Hello stormfield,
      it sounds like your potentiometer could use a lubricant instead of cleaner. Some cleaners claim to lubricate as well, but don't believe the hype. At any rate, you will need to submit a SPARE PARTS request to see if you can order the correct pot. The part number is I03-00002-21350. It is a mono 50 K-Ohm B taper. Click the SUPPORT tab at the top of the page, then scroll down and click the SPARE PARTS tile to submit a request. We have 200 pieces available currently in USA.
      • Mar 2
    • stormfield
      stormfield Hi Dave, thanks for the quick reply. re: the potentiometer lubricant - what brand/name of spray would you recommend for this? I could try that before going the component route
      • Mar 2
  • New
    EduardoGF
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-11-28

    Hi, i have an issue with my UM2, when i conect it to my computer, my computer detects the sound of my guitar, but i can't hear anything. Please help!

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    Navelpluisje
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-12-28

    I own a BCF2000 and it's not really easy to program it. Because there was an editor for windows, there should be a kind of comunication protocol for the BCF2000. Currently I'm working on a web-based editor for my Akai LPD8. I would like to continue this with adding the BCF2000 to it, so also other BCF owners are able to program the device way easier.

    Is there documentation available. If not, will Behringer empower also the owners of older devices?

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    ansolas
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-07-07

    How to factory Rest Behringer X-Touch Extender, please?

    I ask because one of my 2 Externders behave unexpected:

    One Solo LED is less bright than any other and illuminate where it shouldn’t
     
    See:
     
     
    See the yellow light blinks, why ? And it keeps blinking even tho I switch the channels 
     
    Here a more detailed video :
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aka_e-LsiMc


    I crosschecked with my other Extender which behaves as expected.

     

     

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    • ansolas
      Dale_M We would advise raising a Technical ticket from the Support tab above so we can assist you.
      • Jul 7
    • ansolas
      ansolas

      Already done

      • Jul 7
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    SimonSimmoEliot
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-08-08

    I own a V-tone GMX 1200H and I am having trouble getting the amp head and FCB1010 on the same channel. I just want them both on on channel 1

    I follow all the steps in the amp and midi controller manual and the Channel number of 1 on amp still keeps flashing and number dose not go solid. It says in the manual it will stop flashing when the amp and foot switch are on the same channel and I have also went through all the steps to set the foot controller to channel 1 and the 1 on the amp does not go solid I just want to use the foot switch to call up effect patches, channel switch and effect on off control and expression pedals I basically want to use it as an effect controller for the

    V TONE on the amp head but I can’t start programming until I get both the amp head and the foot switch on the same channel and the channel number on the amp head goes solid.. plz help I’m finding it hard getting info about GMX V Tone and FCB1010 setup the user manuals are very vague. And any advice how to program the FCB1010 to be pretty much used as a pedal board to switch between FX in the head and channel switch and effect on and off and expression pedals would be great. It mentioned in the GMX V Tone manual the the FCB1010 is a great MIDI controller and channel switch and effect on and off for the FX built into the GMX 1200H V Tone.

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    • SimonSimmoEliot
      PedroRodrigues Hi SimonSimmoEliot please tak ein to account that the FCB1010 has 10 number buttons, two expressions pedals and some other controls and options. A common use is to press a numbered button the FCB1010 and have your guitar modeler change to another sound preset (sometimes referred to as a patch). Button 1 might be a clean guitar sound and button 2 overdrive/distortion. Common examples of guitar modelers used with the FCB1010 are Line 6 POD gear and Behringer V-Amp units. If your gear is MIDI capable, the FCB1010 can probably control it.
      When you press a button the FCB1010, it sends one or more MIDI commands to your connected MIDI gear. The most common and useful command is a Program Change command, generally referred to as a PC command. PC commands are used in MIDI gear to change the current preset/patch. When the FCB1010 sends a PC command, your MIDI gear will receive it and change to the preset selected by the command. The process is very fast, so you will not lose any measurable time in the change.
      To make the FCB1010 work with your gear, you will need to do a few things.
      • Connect a MIDI cable from FCB1010 output to the MIDI input on your gear
      • Set your MIDI gear to a specific MIDI channel (there are 16)
      • Set the FCB1010 for the same MIDI channel (if they are not on the same channel, they will NOT work together)
      • Program each of the buttons on the FCB1010 to select the desired option on your MIDI gear
      • See if it works. If not, first check the above. If that does not help, read further
      You can program your FCB1010 in one of two ways. The most basic is to use the FCB1010 buttons to program it's MIDI features. This is sometimes referred to as the "Riverdance", as it takes a number of button presses to program a single function.
      The other programming option is to use a software editor. There are editors for both Windows based PCs, as well as Mac based versions. To use a software editor, you will generally need the following:
      • Computer (Mac or PC)
      • Two MIDI cables
      • Computer MIDI Interface
      It will also take some patience, as some trial and error is to be expected before you get your gear working like you want. The software editor is the quickest way to get all going and allows a simple approach for backup and restore should other things fail.
      First Steps
      The brain inside your FCB1010 is a small firmware chip. Many versions of firmware chips have been made by Behringer. Chip version much earlier than the 2.3 series have enough bugs and problems that you should consider getting a firmware upgrade. See here to find out what version you have, whether you might need to upgrade. and how this is done.
      Assuming your firmware is OK, you will need to calibrate your two expression pedals. Many FCB1010 units ship with expression pedals that do not work correctly. The calibration process will fix this, and only takes a few minutes. See here for a step-by-step outline of this process.
      The steps below outline the process for programming a preset for the FCB1010 to control a preset/patch on a single piece of MIDI gear. The process for dealing with more MIDI gear is similar and will be covered later.
      Set the MIDI Channels
      The MIDI channel on your FCB1010 must match the MIDI channel used on your other MIDI gear. If they are not the same, MIDI commands sent buy the FCB1010 will just be ignored by your MIDI gear. Try MIDI channel 1 on both for a start.
      To set the MIDI channel on your FCB1010, do the following:
      1. If FCB1010 is turned on, turn it off
      2. Press and hold the Down button while you turn on the FCB1010. Keep holding it down for about 5 seconds. When you see the small green light come on, release the button
      3. Press the UP button once. The green light will have changed to the MIDI Function selection.
      4. Press the 1 button. The 1 button LED and green light will begin to blink. The display will change to show you the current MIDI channel for PC command.
      5. Press the UP button once. The green light will move to MIDI Chann and the display digit will begin to blink.
      6. Press the 0 button and then the 1 button. This will change it to MIDI channel 1. The display should now show 01.
      7. Press the UP button once. The green light will move to the MIDI Config selection.
      8. Now press and hold the Down button for about 5 seconds. The display will change to 00.
      You have now programmed the FCB for the first PC command to MIDI channel 1. To set a different channel, the steps are basically the same except you enter a different number in the sixth step above.
      Program a Preset
      Now lets program the 1 button to select preset 23 on your MIDI gear.
      1. Press the 1 button.
      2. Press and hold the Down button on the FCB1010 for about 5 seconds. This puts the FCB1010 in programming mode for preset 1.
      3. Press the UP button once.
      4. Usually one or more buttons will now have their LEDs on. The green light will be at select.
      5. If the 1 LED is not on, press and hold the 1 button until the LED comes on.
      6. Press the 1 button again, and it should begin to blink.
      7. Press the UP button once. The display should begin to brink showing the current PC command.
      8. Press the 2 button. Press the 3 button.
      9. Press the UP button once.
      10. Now press and hold the Down button for about 5 seconds.
      You have now programmed the 1 button to send a PC command of 23 on MIDI channel 1 to your MIDI gear.
      You can program the other buttons in a similar fashion. Select the desired button in step 1 above. You can change to a different preset for your MIDI gear in step 8.
      Set Expression Pedal A for Volume
      Volume control is the most common use for Expression pedals. MIDI volume is handled via MIDI Change Controller (CC) commands. When you press the expression pedal, a CC command is sent based on how far down the pedal is pressed. Each CC MIDI command includes two parts. The first is the CC that is being changed and the second the value it is being changed to.
      MIDI volume is standardized as CC#7. This is what most MIDI gear supports, but check your documentation to be sure.
      1. Press the 1 button.
      2. Press and hold the Down button on the FCB1010 for about 5 seconds. This puts the FCB1010 in programming mode for preset 1.
      3. Press the UP button once.
      4. Usually one or more buttons will now have their LEDs on. The green light will be at select.
      5. If the 8 LED is not on, press and hold the 8 button until the LED comes on.
      6. Press the 8 button again, and it should begin to blink.
      7. Press the UP button once. The display should begin to brink showing the current CC command for expression pedal A.
      8. Press the 0 button. Press the 7 button.
      9. Press the UP button once.
      10. Press the 0 button twice (which sets the minimum volume to zero)
      11. Press the UP button once.
      12. Press the 1 button. press the 2 button. Press the 7 button. This sets the max volume to 127, which is generally what you want.
      13. Press the UP button once.
      14. Now press and hold the Down button for about 5 seconds.
      You will also need to set the MIDI channel for Expression A to the same channel you selected above.
      1. If FCB1010 is turned on, turn it off
      2. Press and hold the Down button while you turn on the FCB1010. Keep holding it down for about 5 seconds. When you see the small green light come on, release the button
      3. Press the UP button once. The green light will have changed to the MIDI Function selection.
      4. Press the 8 button. The 8 button LED and green light will begin to blink. The display will change to show you the current MIDI channel for expression pedal A
      5. Press the UP button once. The green light will move to MIDI Chann and the display digit will begin to blink.
      6. Press the 0 button and then the 1 button. This will change it to MIDI channel 1. The display should now show 01.
      7. Press the UP button once. The green light will move to the MIDI Config selection.
      8. Now press and hold the Down button for about 5 seconds. The display will change to 00.
      You have now programmed the FCB1010 to use Expression Pedal A for volume control. The process for expression pedal B is similar expect you will be using the 9 button in steps 5 and 8 and step 4.
      Common Problems
      Do did all the above and it still does not work. The most common problems are:
      • MIDI cables not connected correctly. See above for details
      • MIDI channels do not match. They must be the same.

      More Advanced Steps
      The FCB1010 is a fairly capable device. It has 10 banks of 10 presets each, for a total of 100 presets. Each preset can send up to five separate PC commands on five separate MIDI channels. This means you could control 5 separate MIDI devices with each preset.
      It also includes switch functions that allow your FCB1010 presets to also control non MIDI gear (like the channels on your guitar amp) that can be controlled by 1/4" sorting jacks. This would allow you to have one FCB1010 preset set your amp for the clean channel and another preset the distorting/overdrive channel.
      The FCB1010 can also send up to two CC commands for each preset (these are separate from the expression pedal commands). This can be very useful to turn specific effects on/off within your MIDI gear. For example, Behringer V-Amp users might want button 6 to turn the distortion on/off for each preset.
      • Aug 18
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