New Behringer MIDI Controller

U-CONTROL UMA25S Ultra-slim USB MIDI Controller Keyboard and USB Audio Interface      08/08/08
New Behringer MIDI Controller


Behringer say that their new U-CONTROL UMA25S Keyboard controller combines a powerful MIDI controller with on-board USB audio interface and complete software package to provide a personal production powerhouse.
The company tell us that 25 velocity-sensitive keys and a wealth of continuous controllers offer full performance control. The on-board USB audio interface accepts mic or line signals; headphones with boom microphone included. The UMA25S operates on DC, battery or USB power. The UMA25S ships with energy/XT2 Compact Behringer Edition DAW software plus over 100 plug-ins. Behringer provides an ultra-low latency ASIO driver compatible with Mac or PC (Windows XP and Vista). Features
  • Ultra-slim design
  • 25 velocity-sensitive keys
  • Eight assignable rotary controllers, pitch bend, mod wheel and transport controls
  • Stereo USB audio interface with mic and line level inputs
  • Headphone with boom mic included
  • Gig bag and strap included
  • DC, battery or USB powered
  • Ships with energy/XT2 Compact BEHRINGER Edition DAW software and 100 plug-ins
  • Mac and Windows (XT and Vista) compatible
Pricing and Availability:
US MSRP - $189.99 More information:
  • www.behringer.com More From: BEHRINGER
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    2 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
    Bane Root    Said...

    RCA Connections and the volume knobs on the back of the unit, I will save up a bit longer and get something more professional... Close Behringer but no cigar!

    08-Aug-08 04:19 PM


    Guy Smiley    Said...

    Two Words - Mod grip.

    11-Aug-08 02:09 AM


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