Mackie fader pitch bend

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In Mackie mode, the Behringer BCF2000 sends pitch bend values for each of the faders.

The data looks like the below, moving a fader from the bottom to the top. The data list below is sorted in reverse; the topmost line is the last message when the fader is at the top of its travel.

Is there any way to work with pitch bend data in CSS? I would have thought it was a common scenario, so maybe I’m just missing something?

Timestamp Device Type Data Channel
11:58 39:390 BCF2000 Note On Note #104 Velocity 0 1
11:58 39:289 BCF2000 Pitch Bend Pitch Value: 112 1
11:58 39:269 BCF2000 Pitch Bend Pitch Value: 112 1
11:58 39:249 BCF2000 Pitch Bend Pitch Value: 112 1
11:58 39:229 BCF2000 Pitch Bend Pitch Value: 0 1
11:58 39:209 BCF2000 Pitch Bend Pitch Value: 80 1
11:58 39:189 BCF2000 Pitch Bend Pitch Value: 48 1
11:58 39:169 BCF2000 Pitch Bend Pitch Value: 112 1
11:58 39:149 BCF2000 Pitch Bend Pitch Value: 80 1
11:58 39:128 BCF2000 Pitch Bend Pitch Value: 48 1
11:58 39:109 BCF2000 Pitch Bend Pitch Value: 112 1
11:58 39:088 BCF2000 Pitch Bend Pitch Value: 80 1
11:58 39:069 BCF2000 Pitch Bend Pitch Value: 64 1
11:58 39:049 BCF2000 Pitch Bend Pitch Value: 0 1
11:58 39:029 BCF2000 Pitch Bend Pitch Value: 48 1
11:58 39:008 BCF2000 Pitch Bend Pitch Value: 96 1
11:58 38:988 BCF2000 Pitch Bend Pitch Value: 32 1
11:58 38:968 BCF2000 Pitch Bend Pitch Value: 48 1
11:58 38:948 BCF2000 Pitch Bend Pitch Value: 80 1
11:58 38:929 BCF2000 Pitch Bend Pitch Value: 96 1

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Hey,
I’m new but this question has been raised already two years ago.
I’m having the same issue with my Faderport:

I see absolutely no possibility how to use the Fader.
Which is like THE reason to have a Faderport!

PLEASE developers,
give some answer or at least a hint if implementing pitch bend is something on your agenda!!!

Besides that and some other buggy behavior the app is really fun to work with 🙂

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Yes, I just took granted it would work. It would be good to hear the developer’s comment. It’s a puzzling omission.

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I’m still desperate to use my motor fader with pitch bend values.

Any suggestions on how to do it?

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btw: I’m currently trying to send raw midi data to the fader after finding out 224 is Chan 1 Pitch Bend Change.
Setting the fader to a sepcific value works:
self._send_midi((224, 0, 108))

But the problem seems to be to include dynamic information like:

self._send_midi((224, 0, (self.song().master_track.mixer_device.volume.value)))
or modifiers
self._send_midi((224, 0, (“m1”))) / self._send_midi((224, 0, (self.get_modifier_value(“m1”))))

because:
“TypeError: No registered converter was able to produce a C++ rvalue of type int from this Python object of type str”

And I still have no idea on how to get values from moving the fader…
Help please!

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Hey developers, still waiting for any response:

Will there be pitch bend support in the future?
Or can you provide a proper tutorial on how to use it?

Most of my controllers use pitch bend for faders (esepcially motor faders) and Keyboards usually do too.
Buying thes software I expected it (and still want it) to be able to work with the quite basic concept of pitch bend since you promote it like this:

“Works with any MIDI Controller”…

(sorry for repeating the question, I just want an answer here!)

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