MESSE07: UMA With A Strap On

Behringer launch a 25-Key USB MIDI Controller Keyboard with a strap for onstage use      29/03/07

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MESSE07: UMA With A Strap On


Behringer have announced the U-CONTROL UMA25S, an ultra-slim 25-Key USB MIDI Controller Keyboard with internal Audio Interface, more than 100 Software Plug-Ins and Ableton Live Lite 4.
The UMA25S is a controller keyboard with a fully fledged USB audio interface. It has 25 velocity-sensitive keys, 21 assignable controllers and comes with a strap so you can jump around onstage.
Features
  • Stage performer and producer keyboard featuring 25 velocity-sensitive, full-size plus half-action keys
  • Built-in USB audio interface to connect your instruments and mixer to your computer for recording and playback
  • Kristal Audio Engine sequencer, Audacity audio editor and over 100 virtual instruments plus more than 50 effect plug-ins included
  • Powerful DAW software Ableton Live Lite 4 BEHRINGER Edition included
  • 8 user presets and 21 assignable controllers: 8 knobs, 8 buttons (with transport-mode option), 2 wheels, 1 slider, 2 pedal ports
  • Advanced control features: drawbar mode, drum triggering, incremental value step, parameter range limiting, octave +/-
  • Soft gig bag, high-quality headset and guitar strap for direct live jamming on stage included
  • Plug and play with Mac OS X and Windows XP operating systems; additional low-latency driver included
  • Separate MIDI output allows controlling external samplers, synths and other equipment
  • Runs via USB bus, batteries or power adapter (not included)
  • High-quality components and exceptionally rugged construction ensure long life
Pricing and Availability:
Available in Q3 2007
$189.99 USD £133 GBP More information:


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