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If you've got a MIDI rig you need to tame, you'll find the Behringer FCB1010 MIDI Footcontroller indispensable. With 10 banks of 10 presets, you'll have plenty of storage space. Each preset can send 5... Click To Read More About This Product

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If you've got a MIDI rig you need to tame, you'll find the Behringer FCB1010 MIDI Footcontroller indispensable. With 10 banks of 10 presets, you'll have plenty of storage space. Each preset can send 5 MIDI program change commands and 2 MIDI control commands simultaneously so you can configure an entire synth rack with one stomp.

2 expression pedals independently control any MIDI channel, controller number, and range. The footswitches can also be configured to send MIDI note numbers, perfect for tap-tempo functions. 2 programmable, relay-controlled footswitch jacks are great for switching guitar amp channels via MIDI.

Features

  • 10 banks of presets
  • 2 expression pedals with freely assignable MIDI channel, controller number, and range
  • Simultaneous transmission of five MIDI program change commands and two MIDI control commands per preset
  • MIDI note-on commands for trigger and tap-tempo applications
  • 2 programmable, relay-controlled switch jacks
  • MIDI merge function allows for "soft through" and merging of controller and input data
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BehringerFCB1010 MIDI Footcontroller
 
4.4

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Great tool, but understand what you're getting

I am a guitar player that extensively uses a multi-effects box, a Roland/Boss GT-3 in my case. I use the FCB1010 board to send midi program change messages to my...Read complete review

I am a guitar player that extensively uses a multi-effects box, a Roland/Boss GT-3 in my case. I use the FCB1010 board to send midi program change messages to my GT-3. These messages cause my GT-3 to go to different pre-programmed effects patches each time I depress one of the numbered pedals. I may use as many as 3 different patches during the playing of a song, and the FCB1010 board allows me to seamlessly and instantaneously change patches while playing. My approach to using patches is different from how most guitar players want to use the board. So, let me explain what it does and doesn't do well. I looked at a lot of midi foot control boards and finally settled on two that were in my price range and met my criteria for usage and rugged construction. Those boards were the Behringer FCB1010 and the Roland/Boss FC-300. The FC-300 is a great board, built like a tank, and has good user support. It's also $450 and at the extreme upper end of my budget. The FCB1010 is also a great board, however some people have had reported some occassional quality control issues with its construction. I have had no such problems with my board and if I had, I would have merely sent it back and requested a replacement. The FCB1010 is also ruggedly built. If I give the FC-300 a 10 on ruggedness, I would give the FCB1010 a 9. The FCB1010 has a larger footprint on the floor than the FC-300. That is because the FCB1010 has 10 pressable pedals and the FC-300 has 5. I personally like being able to access 10 "patch changes" before pressing the bank change pedal. With the FC-300 you have 5 "patch changes" before pressing the bank change pedal. This is strictly a matter of personal preference regarding usage vs how much floor space you will take up. User support isn't as strong for the FCB1010. It's not bad, but it is by no means stellar either. The cost of the FCB1010 is $150. Since both boards performed in the manner of how I wanted to use them, I went with the FCB1010 and have not regretted the purchase. The biggest complaint I have heard by guitar players who have tried to use the box is that the users manual that comes with it is worthless. Well, that's somewhat true. The manual that comes with the controller is not really a user manual, it merely identifies the controller's features. With a closer read of the manual, they direct you to a web site where you can download a more robust version of the users manual. However, even this manual is not for the casual user. It assumes you understand midi terminology and concepts. So, if you get this board, go to the internet and read several articles about how midi works and what the terms mean. Otherwise, you will be totally lost and very frustrated with the board. Understand, the board is not "plug and play". You will have to learn how midi operates. Most guitar players I know want to use the board as a master controller. Sort of like having a series of stomp boxes where each pedal on the FCB1010 will turn a specific effect on or off. The FCB1010 does not do this well as it comes originally configured from the factory. Fortunately, this is easy to correct. The computer chip that controls the programming of the board is quite replaceable. No soldering, just pop the old chip out and press the new chip in. There are two replaceable chips that I know of available on the internet. The UnO chip, costs around $10, and the EurekaProm chip, costing around $35. Both do a great job of allowing you to use the board in "stomp-box" mode. Using the board in this mode is very common for guitar players that have an handful of basic patches, say one that is clean sounding, one that is crunchy sounding, and one that is highly distorted. They would then use the FCB1010 board (along with one of the chips mentioned previously) to add other effects such as chorus, flanger, phaser, etc. as needed. I approach the patch issue a little differently. I probably have 120 pre-programmed patches with the effects all ready programmed in or out. Each patch is preset with all the effects I need to give me the sound I want. So, I'm building custom patches and hence have a lot of them. The difference in this type of operation is that in stomp box mode, I would press a pedal to get say a "clean" sound. If I wanted to add chorus I would then have to be sure my chorus effect had been adjusted to the correct chorus settings, then press another pedal to turn the chorus on/off. With my approach, I press just one pedal to take me to the pre-programmed patch that has both clean sound with chorus already programmed in. So, if you're a guitarist, think about how you want to use the board. If you want to use it like a stomp box, then acquire the board and order one of the two accessory chips. If you want to use it like I do, you will be programming a lot of preset patches, but you won't need to replace the chip. For those wise in the ways of midi, the board also supports sending out control change messages as well as patch change messages. It does, however, require you to change operating modes (there is a pedal you depress to accomplish this). The guy that makes the EurekaProm is working on a change to his chip to allow sending of the two different message types without having to press a pedal to change modes. If he's successful I would have to give some consideration to purchasing his chip as that would work well for how I want to use the board. I'm very pleased with my purchase. Recognize you need to know midi concepts to use/program the board. Download the on-line user manual. Given you get 10 control pedals and two expression pedals on the board I could not find a better value for the price.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

I wish I was happier with this unit....

I am trying to set this up with a Behringer gmx 1200h head that I was told would plug and play with this unit.. It does not, and there is no information on...Read complete review

I am trying to set this up with a Behringer gmx 1200h head that I was told would plug and play with this unit.. It does not, and there is no information on how to set it up for this head. The owners manual is so vague.. If you have any info it would be greatly appreciated.. I love the Behringer equipment and have a lot of it but this unit is not on my list of favorites....

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(18 of 18 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great tool, but understand what you're getting

By Bradley Bowers

from Castle Rock, CO

Comments about Behringer FCB1010 MIDI Footcontroller:

I am a guitar player that extensively uses a multi-effects box, a Roland/Boss GT-3 in my case. I use the FCB1010 board to send midi program change messages to my GT-3. These messages cause my GT-3 to go to different pre-programmed effects patches each time I depress one of the numbered pedals. I may use as many as 3 different patches during the playing of a song, and the FCB1010 board allows me to seamlessly and instantaneously change patches while playing. My approach to using patches is different from how most guitar players want to use the board. So, let me explain what it does and doesn't do well. I looked at a lot of midi foot control boards and finally settled on two that were in my price range and met my criteria for usage and rugged construction. Those boards were the Behringer FCB1010 and the Roland/Boss FC-300. The FC-300 is a great board, built like a tank, and has good user support. It's also $450 and at the extreme upper end of my budget. The FCB1010 is also a great board, however some people have had reported some occassional quality control issues with its construction. I have had no such problems with my board and if I had, I would have merely sent it back and requested a replacement. The FCB1010 is also ruggedly built. If I give the FC-300 a 10 on ruggedness, I would give the FCB1010 a 9. The FCB1010 has a larger footprint on the floor than the FC-300. That is because the FCB1010 has 10 pressable pedals and the FC-300 has 5. I personally like being able to access 10 "patch changes" before pressing the bank change pedal. With the FC-300 you have 5 "patch changes" before pressing the bank change pedal. This is strictly a matter of personal preference regarding usage vs how much floor space you will take up. User support isn't as strong for the FCB1010. It's not bad, but it is by no means stellar either. The cost of the FCB1010 is $150. Since both boards performed in the manner of how I wanted to use them, I went with the FCB1010 and have not regretted the purchase. The biggest complaint I have heard by guitar players who have tried to use the box is that the users manual that comes with it is worthless. Well, that's somewhat true. The manual that comes with the controller is not really a user manual, it merely identifies the controller's features. With a closer read of the manual, they direct you to a web site where you can download a more robust version of the users manual. However, even this manual is not for the casual user. It assumes you understand midi terminology and concepts. So, if you get this board, go to the internet and read several articles about how midi works and what the terms mean. Otherwise, you will be totally lost and very frustrated with the board. Understand, the board is not "plug and play". You will have to learn how midi operates. Most guitar players I know want to use the board as a master controller. Sort of like having a series of stomp boxes where each pedal on the FCB1010 will turn a specific effect on or off. The FCB1010 does not do this well as it comes originally configured from the factory. Fortunately, this is easy to correct. The computer chip that controls the programming of the board is quite replaceable. No soldering, just pop the old chip out and press the new chip in. There are two replaceable chips that I know of available on the internet. The UnO chip, costs around $10, and the EurekaProm chip, costing around $35. Both do a great job of allowing you to use the board in "stomp-box" mode. Using the board in this mode is very common for guitar players that have an handful of basic patches, say one that is clean sounding, one that is crunchy sounding, and one that is highly distorted. They would then use the FCB1010 board (along with one of the chips mentioned previously) to add other effects such as chorus, flanger, phaser, etc. as needed. I approach the patch issue a little differently. I probably have 120 pre-programmed patches with the effects all ready programmed in or out. Each patch is preset with all the effects I need to give me the sound I want. So, I'm building custom patches and hence have a lot of them. The difference in this type of operation is that in stomp box mode, I would press a pedal to get say a "clean" sound. If I wanted to add chorus I would then have to be sure my chorus effect had been adjusted to the correct chorus settings, then press another pedal to turn the chorus on/off. With my approach, I press just one pedal to take me to the pre-programmed patch that has both clean sound with chorus already programmed in. So, if you're a guitarist, think about how you want to use the board. If you want to use it like a stomp box, then acquire the board and order one of the two accessory chips. If you want to use it like I do, you will be programming a lot of preset patches, but you won't need to replace the chip. For those wise in the ways of midi, the board also supports sending out control change messages as well as patch change messages. It does, however, require you to change operating modes (there is a pedal you depress to accomplish this). The guy that makes the EurekaProm is working on a change to his chip to allow sending of the two different message types without having to press a pedal to change modes. If he's successful I would have to give some consideration to purchasing his chip as that would work well for how I want to use the board. I'm very pleased with my purchase. Recognize you need to know midi concepts to use/program the board. Download the on-line user manual. Given you get 10 control pedals and two expression pedals on the board I could not find a better value for the price.

(13 of 13 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

The best price value tool for the stage !!

By Cex

from Monterrey, Nuevo Leon. Mexico

Comments about Behringer FCB1010 MIDI Footcontroller:

It is a great tool. I use it with a Yamaha DG-Stomp and I am able to use both expression pedal for Wah/Delay time, etc.. you can combine and use one for volume and another for reverb mix. It is really flexible and with lots of memory. I really recommend it. Just be aware that you need to program it. It's not plug n play but there is the manual!!

(12 of 12 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

This is a great tool!

By Fuzzball

from Ida, MI

Comments about Behringer FCB1010 MIDI Footcontroller:

If you do not have this and you need a MIDI controller for playing live you can stop looking you have found it. This control works for a variety of applications. I first found this unit when I was looking for something to use with my PODXT and I did not want to pay the high price for the POD foot controller?s. A friend recommended me this unit so I decided to give it a try and I was amazed. This controller is built well so it should last for a long period of time with frequent use. The unit has 10 banks with 10 user adjustable presets for each bank. This unit even has 2 foot pedals, talk about flexibility! This unit is a incredible value and if you need a foot controller I would highly recommend it!

(10 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Overwhelming, great tool

By Jess Gulbranson

from Portland, OR

Comments about Behringer FCB1010 MIDI Footcontroller:

First off, make sure you get two midi cables or a double. You'll want to use a software editor for this device, available freely on the web, and for that you need both midi in and out. The FCB1010 is versatile- you can have so many options, it's overwhelming, and the inline programming (and the product manual) are very confusing. There are some tutorials out there, but a lot of them are confusing and their presets may or may not work. I recommend finding Jeremy Osborn's tutorial- he also includes how to setup an Ableton looping rig with the FCB1010.

(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

One word...Versatile!!!

By Tetsuo315

from Northeast Ohio

Comments about Behringer FCB1010 MIDI Footcontroller:

Midi lovers you don't know what you're missing. This foot controller is loaded with some handy features that make changing from one setting to the next a breeze. With a stomp of a pedal(this thing is a tank), you can send up to eight different messages all on different channels to your rig at once. e.g Control change, note on, program change. Each of the two expresion pedals can be programed separately to control a rage. Volume on one and continous control on the other. With up to 100 presets, the possibilities for use are endless. Play the accordian or keyboard? With the note function you can turn the foot controller into a bass pedal. I'm currently using this foot controller in my virtual pipe organ setup and I didn't realize how lost I was without this. The 10 preset foot pistons mimic the general pipe selection on a real organ console. For along time I was without expression control of any kind, and the ability to control volume on the choir and swell divisions is a must when playing an organ. For about the same price as a Midi Solutions expression controller you get 10 preset foot pistons and two expression controllers wrapped in one package. The only negative thing I had with this(only if you are an organist) is the travel of the expression pedals. Organ swell shoes can go from a nearly vertical(85 degree) to almost horizontal possition. This is not a big deal, but Beringer take note for us organists. This will add a great deal of control to your setup. Definitely grab this one.

(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Good if you know what you are doing

By Paul Berard

from Pittsburgh, PA

Comments about Behringer FCB1010 MIDI Footcontroller:

This pedal makes a very good first impression. All of the keys are well-place and easy to reach on the ground standing over it. The casing is rugged metal with some plastic corner protectors and rubber nubs to prevent sliding. It's heavy and gives the distinct impression that it can take a beating if necessary. It comes in a box with a power cable and some paperwork (a sticker, brochure, manual, etc.). I like that the transformer is internal- no AC adapters or anything, just a cable. The paperwork is all useless. You can feel free to try to figure this thing out using that manual if you want, but I recommend going to Behringer's site and downloading a more in-depth .pdf. It took a couple of hours of reading and trying things out to really understand how this works. I recommend having a list of the MIDI control change commands handy, as well as the manuals of the device(s) you intend to control with this pedal. Be prepared to put a lot of time into configuring this and testing it. Some people actually replace the firmware with a third-party version that may be easier, though I have not. I use this with my keyboard for patch changes, sustain, and volume control. Maybe someday I'll figure out how to control more advanced functions like attack and decay time with the expression pedals. The 2 analog footswitch outputs add some additional flexibility. With some work, I might be able to replace all of my footswitches with this live. You can also use this to send notes like an organ's foot keyboard. There is also a tap tempo function to use this with any tempo related effects. Overall, I recommend this to anyone experienced with MIDI, but definitely not to a beginner. This is inspiring me to upgrade my keyboard and maybe start a MIDI effects rack. Once you understand it, you start thinking of all of the possibilities if only you had more gear...

(4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Value Foot Controller

By Kabuko

from Seattle, WA

Comments about Behringer FCB1010 MIDI Footcontroller:

You won't find anything better value for MIDI foot controllers than the Behringer FCB1010. I used it with a POD 2.0 and VAmp. Setup is not the easiest, but read the manual! It takes some effort, and though the setup isn't intuitive, it IS logical. One thing missing is that you can't assign buttons to toggle on/off states (including the lights). You just select "channels." The expression pedals needed calibration, but once I figured that out, it wasn't too bad. Excellent build quality.

(4 of 23 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Help

By Guitarist

from Undisclosed

Comments about Behringer FCB1010 MIDI Footcontroller:

I played this midi board in a music store using my DOD g7 guitar rackmount efect unit the board worked great except for the expression pedals i couldnt figure them out is it a possibility that my dod g7 does not support the expression pedals i dont know and i read a bout the calibration of these pedals but when serching thre my dod unit i couldnt find an option to select an expression pedal if you have any suggestion about this post it up however besides that this unit was great i found it fairly easy to use 2 and would suggest it to any one

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Good combined with G-Major 2

By Ceciltucky Ax Man

from Maryland

About Me Professional Musician

Pros

  • Functional
  • Good Quality
  • Sturdy

Cons

  • Bad Documentation
  • Difficult To Use

Best Uses

  • Concerts
  • Midi Guitar Controller
  • Practicing

Comments about Behringer FCB1010 MIDI Footcontroller:

Am using this to control a TC G-Major 2 as well as other midi devices in a guitar rig. Unit is sturdier than I expected to be (good). Unit was missing a power cord when I got it but the good people at GC took care of that. Was also missing the necessary documentation to learn how to really use it; downloaded that from the Behringer site. Picked this over others so that I could control TC effects parameters real time. Comments:
- You will need to recalibrate the pedals, they do not come calibrated out of the box. At first I thought I was going to need to return this until doing so (example - whammy pedal would not return to base tuning due to bad calibration).
- I have not gotten any of the other firmware downloads, have just been using it as is due to a lot of other stuff going on in my rig. Just need this to change patches and expression pedals.
- As far as working with the G-Major 2, it's like they were made for each other. Using the pedals, you can get 2-4 different patches worth of effects by taking advantage of the expression pedals. A lot easier than doing the two-step on stage.

(3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Love working with this thing.

By p69chico

from Milo, IA

Comments about Behringer FCB1010 MIDI Footcontroller:

I'm running this into an older Behringer AC112 Vintager and I wouldn't trade it. I've been using this setup for almost three years now and love it. I can control almost everything about my amp with just a few steps. I can readjust before my other guitarist can retune. If you're working with any Behringer amp with Midi interface, I highly recommend the FCB1010.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Totally worth the learning curve

By Adan

from Austin, Texas

Comments about Behringer FCB1010 MIDI Footcontroller:

You have to put a decent amount of effort into learning your way around this thing, especially if you're like me and haven't messed with midi since the 90s. The manual is pretty confusing, but there are a few forums, editors and some great user written instructions online that help immensely. The board itself seems to be built like a tank and is clearly laid out. After a few hours I was able to get the fcb1010 to trigger Live using a few different methods, even controlling track volume and plugin parameters with the expressions. The trick is to find the way that works best for you and what you're doing. Just scratching the surface makes the learning curve worth it! And having all that control at your feet makes this thing invaluable. But I cannot overstate my appreciation to the users who've made their solutions available online.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Just what I needed

By Jake

from Crestview, FL

Comments about Behringer FCB1010 MIDI Footcontroller:

I marked this down a star because the manual was really NOT helpful. At least for my application. Second, it would have been a bonus if the FCB1010 operated on phantom MIDI power right out of the box, which it doesn't. Although I am certain you could mod it to do this. I bought this unit to replace my footcontroller for my Digitech GSP2112 which got waxed by lightning. It took a while to figure this thing out, but now it does what I need it to do, which was to assign individual effects to a switch and operate them like a stompbox and be able to bank up and down and cycle through effects. If you are looking to replace an older Digitech MIDI footcontroller (i.e. Control One) that doesn't work, and don't want to spend a fortune, then this will work for you.

(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Works great with my Cyber Twin

By BBoyPRS

from Atlanta, GA

Comments about Behringer FCB1010 MIDI Footcontroller:

While it wasn't ready to go right out of the box, I did program it to work with my Fender Cyber Twin. I replaced an ART X-15 that finally died on me. I can use both expression pedals; one for master volume, and the other I assign to various effects (gain, wah, vibro speed; whatever I need for the particular patch.) According to several forums, this controller should work with the CT right out of the box, simply by selecting Channel 14 on the amp for the expression pedal. That was not entirely true for me. I had to program each Preset, but it is easy to do and quick. I'm looking forward to using all of its capabilities in the future, but even just as a patch selector with two expression pedals, it is worth the money.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Twice the pedal goodness

By Dan Ogden

from West Orange, NJ

Comments about Behringer FCB1010 MIDI Footcontroller:

The most built-like-a-tank 2 expression pedal controller ever. If you know the old ART Ultrafoot, this is even better - the black buttons are more surely pressed than the old ART, and it was the only 2 pedal controller I was able to find. And it's easily moddable - I used the Eureka Sound chip, and now it can natively control both my Avid Eleven Rack as well as my Digitech GSP1101. If you're looking for a sturdy, steady, sure MIDI controller, and you have a stool on stage a la Jeff "Skunk" Baxter (and therefore don't need your feet to stand, so you can use them both on expression pedals), this is the one for you.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Nice

By jesus

from undisclosed

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Comments about Behringer FCB1010 MIDI Footcontroller:

Works

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

A great choice & value

By Doug Dash

from Downey, CA

Comments about Behringer FCB1010 MIDI Footcontroller:

An excellent unit for the money! A sturdy metal body with well-spaced foot switch buttons and pedals. The directions took me a while to figure out, but afterwards they guided me through the setup. I am controlling my Behringer V-Amp, and the MIDI controller makes my tone selections so much easier. I highly recommend this unit.

 
3.0

I have a Behringer "V" amp pro, rack mount.

By Terminator

from Scottsboro, Alabama

Comments about Behringer FCB1010 MIDI Footcontroller:

What do I need to connect this to a Behringer FCB 1010? And does anyone else have this set up and is it worth it. I have not yet purchased the FCB 1010 and looking for advise from others. Thanks!

 
4.0

It works, but the firmware is complicated.

By ZAK

from undisclosed

Verified Buyer

Comments about Behringer FCB1010 MIDI Footcontroller:

I use it with MainStage 3. I works as advertised, but the firmware is really complicated.

 
5.0

Great controller - get the Eureka Sound EPROM upgrade!

By WILLIAM

from undisclosed

Verified Buyer

Comments about Behringer FCB1010 MIDI Footcontroller:

I use this to control my Eleven rack. Will built and easy to program - if you get the Eureka Sound EPROM (35.00) Well worth it. With that mod, I was programing the pedal in 15 min.

 
4.0

Good product, poor documentation

By Chris L

from Jacksonville FL

About Me Experienced

Pros

  • Functional
  • Good Quality

Cons

  • Poor documentation, thank god for youtube videos

Best Uses

  • Practicing

Comments about Behringer FCB1010 MIDI Footcontroller:

Overall well built product, solid, functional, and wonderful once programmed. Programming, though not difficult, is not intuitive and requires you scour YouTube for "how to" videos for someone that has already lived through the challenges of programming it.

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