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U-Control UMA25S Keyboard Controller Introduced By BEHRINGER

August 8, 2008

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Those in need of a compact keyboard controller might be interested in BEHRINGER’s introduction of the U-CONTROL UMA25S.

Featuring a USB audio interface, 25 velocity-sensitive keys, and 21 assignable controllers, the keyboard also ships with the DAW software energyXT2 Compact BEHRINGER Edition and numerous plugins.

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

List price is $189, however pre-orders have been spotted online for as low as $149.99.

Head over to BEHRINGER for more info.

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haroon August 8, 2008 at 6:24 am

Beringer really makes some good stuff for the money. The mini-mixing board I bought from them has not disappointed. I already have an M-Audio mini MIDI keyboard and a PreSonus Firebox, so this isn’t something I really need, but cool nonetheless.

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ForestGlenn August 8, 2008 at 7:40 am

I might check it out. Seem pretty kool.

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RTC SHOGUN August 8, 2008 at 8:16 am

Damn….With the audio interface. I just might need this in my life. For the producer on the move…

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Semantik August 8, 2008 at 10:29 am

@haroon
I’ve had good luck with Behringer as well. They make some very good entry level audio interfaces.

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