Customising your Behringer interface.

All about the tools and techniques involved in capturing sound, in the studio or on location.

Moderator: Moderators

Re: Customising your Behringer interface.

Post by Arpangel »

The Elf wrote: Mon Nov 29, 2021 8:38 am Begin to turn them up, ever so slightly, day after day - see when it's noticed! :lol:

When it is, prepare to invoke the "I've had it for years" defence...

The current one is "a friend is lending it to me"
User avatar
Arpangel
Jedi Poster
Posts: 10759 Joined: Sat Jul 12, 2003 12:00 am
That’s another thing

Re: Customising your Behringer interface.

Post by Arpangel »

OK, a possible stumbling block, but not a deal breaker.
I notice the symbols, those little boxes below the sliders, are incredibly small, not a problem for most, but my eyesight isn’t good, I think I’m going to find it a problem initially, but it’s not a big deal.

PS.

I’m starting to feel a certain frisson, I must admit, of anticipation, and unusually for me, a little excitement too, at the thought of getting this.
It’s a bit surreal, an instrument that I used to dream about, as a teenager, will actually be in my studio, the synthesiser that was used on Black Market, On Land, when it’s in the rack, I may have an emotional moment.
I've created its own little alcove, in a big rack, with my BSS402, an Alesis MidiVerb 11, I’m going to throw a few more old bits in there, my Realistic mixer, it’s going to be a beautiful source of disintegration, and dirt.
User avatar
Arpangel
Jedi Poster
Posts: 10759 Joined: Sat Jul 12, 2003 12:00 am
That’s another thing

Re: Customising your Behringer interface.

Post by The Elf »

You've found one of the reasons why having the multi-coloured fader tops is a useful feature.

I'd suggest you try linking the 2600 to your 2500 modules (if you still have them?) - that way lies lots of multi-oscillator/filter fun.
User avatar
The Elf
Jedi Poster
Posts: 18076 Joined: Tue Aug 14, 2001 12:00 am Location: Sheffield, UK
An Eagle for an Emperor, A Kestrel for a Knave.

Re: Customising your Behringer interface.

Post by Arpangel »

The Elf wrote: Tue Nov 30, 2021 9:47 am You've found one of the reasons why having the multi-coloured fader tops is a useful feature.

I'd suggest you try linking the 2600 to your 2500 modules (if you still have them?) - that way lies lots of multi-oscillator/filter fun.

You’re right about the faders, I may need those lights.
I’ve got all my 2500 modules, not selling them, but they are in my large case, over the other side of the room, besides, I think the 2600 will be enough for me, on its own, I want it to be a stand alone thing, on a little island of its own. I did buy some obscenely long stackable patch leads though, just in case.

:)
User avatar
Arpangel
Jedi Poster
Posts: 10759 Joined: Sat Jul 12, 2003 12:00 am
That’s another thing

Re: Customising your Behringer interface.

Post by Arpangel »

I just unboxed the 2600.
Verdict? I wish I’d bought it sooner.
It looks stunning too, much much better than I thought it would.
Having amazing S&H fun, and those three oscillators, sound cool together, no keyboard connected, it’s going to be a a mean drone machine, and abstract monster.
Those LED faders look so cool just above minimum, really "nasty" like little red hot pokers.
User avatar
Arpangel
Jedi Poster
Posts: 10759 Joined: Sat Jul 12, 2003 12:00 am
That’s another thing
Post Reply