Behringer U-Control UMA25SItem ID: UMA25S
25-key USB MIDI Controller with Pitch and Modulation Wheels, Volume Slider, Assignable Knobs, Switches and Software
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Compact 25-key ControllerNeed affordable MIDI controller with lots of features? The Behringer U-Control UMA25S has you covered. This 25-key USB/MIDI controller features eight real-time controllers, a pitch wheel, eight assignable switches, and a mod wheel. On top of that, the UMA25S comes with software by Native Instruments with 300MB of sounds. The Behringer U-Control UMA25S is the controller you need to get your studio going.
Behringer U-Control UMA25S at a Glance:
The Behringer U-Control UMA25S is a flexible USB/MIDI controller. Control virtual instruments, synths, and effects in real time with the velocity sensitive 25 full-size keys via the USB connection. You can also control external synths, sound modules and sampler via the MIDI output.
With the assignable switches and rotary controls on the UMA25S you can edit, control, and manipulate most of the controls on your favorite DAW or virtual instrument. Who doesn't want to have real-time control of their tone-wheel organ when recording? Freely assign MIDI control changes to the mod wheel, volume fader, and pedal port to give you the ultimate control over your virtual instrument. The Behringer U-Control UMA25S is ready to take control.
Behringer U-Control UMA25S Features:
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Reviewsbased on 2 reviews
Amazing little device
by Shooshie from Dallas, TXThis device does not replace your keyboard. It offers you extended control with real-time continuous controllers, faders, wheels, and switches which all work very sensitively and are easily configured... read more [+].
January 15, 2013
Music Background: Lifetime pro performer, producer, arranger, engineer
The keyboard has "half-action" which does not respond like a fine Kurzweil, Yamaha, or Roland, but it was never meant to replace those. And yet… I often get just what I need from it in spite of its limitations. You do get used to it.
But this instrument just has so many things going for it: it's USB and is automatically recognized by your Mac, the knobs can be "speed-controlled" with the side of a finger, or multiple fingers on multiple knobs, giving you a lot of simultaneous control over complex virtual instruments like Wallander Instruments or VSL. You can hang it from a guitar strap and wear it, giving you extra control even while you're playing your Kurzweil. There are many more features; I can't name them all. Trust me, for under $150, this thing ROCKS.
This is not a first keyboard for beginners, it's an additional keyboard for pro's who know what they're doing, what they need, and how to get it. In that capacity, there isn't anything available that even comes close to this. No, you're not going to play the Minute Waltz on its keyboard, but it wasn't made for that. Use it for its strengths, and you'll be a stronger and more productive musician in the electronic studio.
Shooshie close [-]
Affordable but terrible performance
by Enrique Espinosa from Mexico City, MexicoI thought this controller would work fine to keep working when I travel but:
April 3, 2012
Music Background: Composer, Producer
Touch response is not really good, it suddenly triggers high velocity notes. It doesn't feel any natural when playin... read more [+]g.
It is very uncomfortable to work with it.
I don't recommend it at all. close [-]
Mary Ann, Point Pleasant Boro, NJ