Note: this post is from 2008, outbound links may be broken.

Behringer introduces UMA25S USB/MIDI Controller

Behringer has introduced the U-Control UMA25S, a super-slim controller keyboard with a fully fledged USB audio interface.

Behringer UMA25S

From the product page:

This little monster has 21 assignable controllers to give you total control. We included the DAW software energyXT2 Compact BEHRINGER Edition plus a plethora of software widgets allow you to rock straight out of the box. Fun guaranteed!

U-CONTROL UMA25S 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.
  • Powerful multi-platform digital audio workstation software energyXT2 Compact BEHRINGER Edition included.
  • Audacity audio editor, comprehensive podcasting software and over 100 virtual instruments plus more than 50 effect plug-ins included.
  • 21 assignable controllers storable in User Presets: 8 knobs, 8 buttons (with transport-control option), 2 wheels, 1 fader and 2 pedal ports.
  • Advanced control features such as drawbar mode (control inversion), drum triggering, incremental value step and octave +/-.
  • Soft gig bag, high-quality headset and guitar strap for direct live jamming on stage included.
  • Plug and play with Mac OS X, Windows XP and Vista 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.
  • Conceived and designed by BEHRINGER Germany.

The UMA25S has a US MSRP of $189.99 USD.

Visit Behringer for more information.

  • Dave

    The unit I got has keys that only work 1/2 the time. They go dead a lot or have weird velocity spikes. Too bad because this little board comes with tons of useful features but none of them are worth a hill of beans if the fundamental keyboard issues persist. What a bummer.

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