Editor for the BCR2000 and the BCF2000
Yes you can program the BC to send sysex

Firstly, here is a pdf that might help explain some of the extra things the BC series of controllers can do despite Behringer failing to document them.

Mark van den Berg has an excellent Graphic Editor for the BCR2000 and BCF2000

Here are a few presets for the BCR2000. If nothing else they are a good place to start when making your own.
I think the hardest part of making a preset for the BC is to determine what control goes where and best way to sort this out is to give it your best guess and try it out. Then tweak it till it works the way you do.

CC Chan.zip - Different CC mesages on a single channel - I use this for VST stuff
DX7.zip - The DX doesn't update a patch on a note that is sounding. The next note will have the changes. Good for playing with DX sounds while a midi sequence is running - Use MidiOx/MidiYoke to merge the DAW Midi. The DX doesn't cope very well with a lot of sysex messages so you might like to tweak the Global parameter .txinterval
FantomMix.zip The Fantoms have a lot of parameters, but this was an attempt to control the Mixer in Performance mode.
Kawai K3m.zip I don't have a K3 or a K4. These are presets for Alan Currall and he seems to like them.
Kawai K4 BC.zip
Korg DW6000.zip This is an early version. You might also like to look at the new one on the Synth Control pages on this site.
TQ5.zip This is an early 4op patch. You might also like to look at the new one on the Synth Control pages.


Still a work in progress.

To download this copyright software/patch/documents you must agree not sell it or to distribute it in any way.
You must agree not to reverse engineer it in any way.
That being said, you may link here www.bwalk.com.au quite freely.

Right-click a link and choose "Save Link As..." to save the document to your computer.
Unzip the program into a new folder.
When you first start the program an 'ini' file will be created in that folder.
To remove the program simply delete the folder you created.

Like the other programs here, it is donation ware. Please help support this software.

Click here to chat on Mark's BC2000 forum

I have used the program for some time now, but that doesn't mean there won't be a bug in it somewhere.
Let me know if you have any problems.
Feel free to suggest any improvements you think might be usefull.