Behringer has shared details of the BCR32 sequncer.
An updated version of the BCR2000 MIDI controller, the BCR32 is a 32-step, four-track polyphonic Zaquencer sequencer. It comes with four virtual groups and eight dual-mode encoders with push function, as well as 20 programmable buttons and 32 multi-purpose encoders for custom assignment of parameters.
There are also two independent MIDI controls per track (program change, aftertouch, pitch bend, CCs) and four CV/Gate and Sync connectors for controlling synths, drum machines and other hardware.
The forthcoming machine – which doesn’t have a release date just yet – is also compatible with an iPad via a USB Camera Adapter.
Behringer first shared the news of the sequencer on Facebook, saying the product is not finalised and will take on customer feedback for the next development stage. However, it did say it expects to retail the BCR32 at $149.
Head to Behringer’s Facebook page for full spec details.
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