FCB/UnO Control Center
for the FCB1010

Searching for an easy way to get the best out of your Behringer FCB1010?
Don't look further, you came to the right place!

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As we are looking forward to live a quieter life in the near future, we consider
handing over all activity related to FCB1010 firmware and software development.
Are you (seriously!) interested in taking over this activity and ensure a long lasting
life for the UnO related stuff?

Contact us !

Never thought programming the FCB1010 could be that easy.
Try it out and never look back!

FCB/UnO Control Center lets you manage setups for the original FCB1010 and for the "UnO equipped" FCB1010. (see www.fcb1010.eu to learn about UnO) Both a native Mac version and a native Windows version are available. The editor design focuses on usability. It hides all of the technical details and lets you build your setup in an intuitive way. At all time you can review the programmed MIDI commands, and after downloading your setup the MIDI monitor allows you to compare what you programmed with the actual MIDI output of your FCB1010 in order to verify your downloaded setup.

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Proven track record

Today many FCB1010 users rely on this editor, and love it.

Steady as a rock

Being around for many years the bugs have left the building long time ago.

Try before you buy

A free demo version allows you to verify MIDI communication with your hardware.

Low cost

24 Euro is money well spent, when it allows you to focus on playing music!


About my license purchase


Right after payment a personal license key will be emailed to your PayPal address. If you don't receive it within a few hours after payment, check your email spam folder!


This can happen when your email provider blacklists our mail server. Just send us an email (contact info below) and we will forward the license data once more. Please be aware that we can follow up our mailbox after working hours only (Belgium time), so do not expect an immediate response. If you did not receive a reply after 24 hours, our reply must have been blocked too. Contact us again and we will keep trying using different sender email addresses until we get through.


MAKE SURE TO SAVE A COPY OR A PRINTOUT of your license data. When you reinstall your computer you will need your license key backup to register the editor again. We do not keep track of license keys, so we can't recover a license key for you.


Yes. You can reuse the same license data on up to 3 personal computers, Windows and Mac.


No. Your license is personal and cannot be transferred to someone else.

About version 1 and 2 of the editor


If you bought a license before September 2019, it will not work for version 2.x of our software. If you want to upgrade your software to the latest version you will need to buy a new license. We have deliberately kept the license price as low as it has been for the past 12 years, in order to make the upgrade to v.2 painless


If you want to keep using your v.1 license on a new computer,
the old installers can still be downloaded here :
Mac installer
Windows installer
In 2024 (= 12 years after its release, and 5 years after the end-of-life announcement) the license server for the v.1 software will be taken offline, and it will no longer be possible to register new installations of this software.

About communication with the FCB1010


Now that's a good question. It is indeed a known issue that many MIDI-USB interfaces (especially the cheaper Chinese ones without specific driver) are not capable of transferring the large patchdump SysEx messages of the FCB1010. Therefore TRY BEFORE YOU BUY! The trial version of ControlCenter allows you to establish a connection with the FCB1010 and upload its setup to your computer. When that works correctly, patchdumps will also work with your interface.


Have a look in the Databases section of the FCB1010-UnO user group It contains a database with user feedback about which interfaces do work for FCB1010 patchdumps and wich don't.

About the editor functionality


Scroll down a little more. On the bottom of this page you will find the download link. Or here.


Here it is:

v.1.0.0 (10/5/12)
Initial release

v.1.0.1 (20/5/12) ----------------- Add support for "toggling non-stompbox presets" when using UnO firmware Add an effect to the different "buttons" when hovering over them, to make them more visible Bugfix : stompbox states were incorrectly read when uploading a UnO setup from the FCB1010 MIDI simulator output : take into account the global setting "No PC repeats"
v.1.0.2 (29/5/12) ----------------- Bugfix "toggling non-stompbox presets" funcionality
v.1.0.3 (5/6/12) ---------------- Preset comments were not persisted. Sometimes not all names were presisted Toggling preset comment view could cause a crash Keyboard shortcut legend is now collapsed by default Bugfix in simulator, when linking momentary effects to a non-stompbox effect
v.1.0.4 (7/7/12) ---------------- Application name changed to FCB/UnO ControlCenter Improvement registration procedure on Mac Added display of expression pedal calibration values (v.1.0.3 firmware only)
v.1.0.5 (28/10/12) ----------------- Menu option "Export to text" added Menu option "Create PDF" added
v.1.0.6 (06/01/13) ----------------- A few changes in the server communication protocol
v.1.0.7 (04/12/13) ----------------- Added support for UnO firmware v.1.0.4
v.2.0.0 (24/09/19) ----------------- Application fully rewritten towards a 64-bit application. No functional changes. Bugfix : MIDI channel for expression pedals and Note message were swapped in the reports generated by "Export to text" and "Create PDF"
v.2.0.1 (16/11/19) ----------------- Bugfix : the Preferences menu didn't appear on Mac
v.2.0.3 (03/05/20) ----------------- Possibility added to export a setup in "UnO2" format
v.2.1.0 (07/01/21) - Mac Only ----------------- The Mac Big Sur update caused the application to crash on launch

What's next?

As much as we hate to be the RTFM guy, downloading the manual below is still the best way to find out about all possibilities and to get fully up and running in no time.

Talking about manuals: a big thanks to Michael Wolter for spontaneously offering us a German translation!

If you still have questions after reading the FAQ above and the manual, please visit one of the FCB1010 user groups. That's the best place to meet other musicians who might use the same gear as you and have useful tips on how to program the FCB1010.