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November 3, 2004
Behringer announced the availability of B-Control Edit, a Java-based editor/librarian program specially-designed for the current line of B-Control products. The beta version of B-Control Edit, is available for free-of-charge downloading on Behringer's web site.
The B-Control Edit, facilitates the operation of preset-control and editing functions in a user-friendly manner for the USB/MIDI B-Control Rotary BCR2000 and B-Control Fade BCF2000 models. It offers simple handling with graphical-screen support and is compatible with all computer-operating systems installed with Java.
The B-Control Edit, provides a visual separation between the 'CONTROLLER' (hardware unit), 'EDITOR' (the software in the computer's temporary memory) and 'COMPUTER' (library access on the hard drive), thus rendering multi-window display unnecessary. All the controller elements like buttons, encoders, faders, or foot switches can be easily selected and edited by clicking on their graphical equivalent in the B-Control's display.
In addition, control elements can be loaded from various presets and then rearranged into a new preset, while 'preset compilations' for creating a new32-preset-device can also easily be accomplished.
The B-Control Edit, will be compatible with future computer-based recording products from Behringer.
For more information, visit their web site at www.behringer.com