BCF2000 CC to Notes

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Hi – i am using a Behringer BCF2000 for my MA Lighting Dot2.

The Behringer does sent CC and the Dot2 Software does need Midi Notes.

I tried out the Youtube Tutorial from Bome, but at one Point I don’t get on, cause the Bome Software just gets Midi CC, without “set PP”.
What can I do now to get CC and “set PP”?

If It runs, I want to buy the software…

Thank you!

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May 13, 2019 8:59 pm
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OK, from your snapshot it appears that CC64 sends 0x41 for clock wise and  0x3F for counter clock wise. After clicking on the incoming message, go over to your translator alter it to check for the incoming value of 65 (which is 41 hex) and make the outgoing note-on with value of 127.

 

Then duplicate that translator and instead set incoming value of 63 (3F) and make outgoing value note-off at value of 0

 

The above will act as simple on-off unless you convert to absolute value. You can convert to absolute value by guidance from this tutorial

and then follow the instructions below:

 

For absolute  incoming values such as CC15.

Modify the incoming parameter by checking incoming value box as “any value”, and then setting the value to qq.

The outgoing action should be note-on MIDI CH1 (or whatever MIDI channel  you set it Dot2) note number (whatever you set in DOT2) with value qq.

You can then assign an executor to it in DOT2 and use it as a fader.

 

Steve Caldwell
Bome Q and A Moderator and
Independent Bome Consultant/Specialist
bome@sniz.biz
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May 13, 2019 10:57 pm

For a 14 bit incoming absolute value, you can still use qq but you will need a rule to only using the high 7 bits. The following rules will do this

qq=qq>>7

Then you can use the value of qq as the output for the note.

( at May 13, 2019 10:59 pm)