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Old 12-24-2004, 12:45 AM
afxsguy afxsguy is offline
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Default Behringer BCF-2000 USB/MIDI Controller HELP?


I recently purchased the Mbox and a Behringer BCF-2000 USB/MIDI controller surface. I cannot get this thing to work. Do any of you have the Behringer controller? I've been told that I could use the MAckie HUI settings to run it... but it's a Behringer unit, so I don't know. I installed the MIDI drivers and everything. When I go into SETUPS > PERIPHERALS > MIDI CONTROLLERS... I select HUI for #1 in the list, then I set the recieve and send to the BCF Unit. But after closing the setup window, I still get "ProTools is unable to communicate with HUI".

Where do I start? What am I missing? (I am running ProTools LE 6.1.1 on a WinXP system)

Thank you,

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