Behringer U-Control UMX610 Keyboard Controller

61-key USB MIDI Controller with Pitch and Modulation Wheels, Volume Slider, Assignable Knobs and Switches and Software
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61-key USB Controller

Need affordable MIDI controller with lots of features? The Behringer U-Control UMX610 has you covered. This 61-key USB/MIDI controller features eight real-time controllers, a pitch wheel, 10 assignable switches, and a mod wheel. The Behringer U-Control UMX610 is the controller you need to get your studio going.

Behringer U-Control UMX610 at a Glance:
  • MIDI Controller
  • Assignable controllers
MIDI Controller

The Behringer U-Control UMX610 is a flexible USB/MIDI controller. Control virtual instruments, synths, and effects in real time with the velocity sensitive 61 full-size keys via the USB connection. You can also control external synths, sound modules and sampler via the MIDI output.

Assignable controllers

With the assignable switches and rotary controls on the UMX610 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 UMX610 is ready to take control.

Behringer U-Control UMX610 Features:
  • 61-key USB/MIDI controller
  • Mac and PC compatible
  • 8 real-time controllers
  • 10 assignable switches
  • Includes UCA222 USB audio interface
  • USB, battery, or adapter power
Take control of your computer with the Behringer U-Control UMX610.

Additional Media

U-Control UMX Series User Manual

Tech Specs

Number of Keys 61
Type of Keys Synth Action
Other Controllers Pitchbend, Mod Wheel
Encoders/Pots 8
Faders 1
Pedal Inputs 1
MIDI I/O Out/USB
USB 1 x Type B
OS Requirements - Mac OS X
OS Requirements - PC Windows XP, Vista
Power Supply External
Height 3.3""
Width 38.36"
Depth 8.17"
Weight 10.13 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number UMX610

Customer Reviews

4/5
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5/5

Very good

It is really a very nice midi for capturing my Miditzer theater organ computer program. I like the red color which is why I ordered it! I don't know how to work all the knobs on top which are not needed for what I do but I wish they would tell me what cd or program I could get on line to learn to play other sound sources on it. Buy it and you will like the feel of the keys comparable and as good as a $5,000.00 Yamaha. It looks great too in my You Tube videos.
Music background: piano and organ
4.5/5

Good midi board for the price

I purchased this as a demo. I wanted a quick solution to recording in cubase without having to use my audio interface. I bought the 610 because of its ability to assign knobs to VST's like Massive. What I love about the board is it was very easy to use. I plugged it in and was utlizing my VST's right away. The board seems sturdy and the action was better than I expected. The keys are not semi-weighted, but for the price they are solid. Well Done Behringer.
Music background: Pro Musician
3.5/5

A good, flexible, no-frills controller

I got this controller several years ago, and it has proved successfully its functionality and good quality, I love it. It has proved to have very good cost-benefit ratio. - It's lightweight –though it doesn't feel cheap–, and it's easy to move around, at least easier than my Kurzweil PC-88. - If you know about MIDI it's VERY flexible controller, you can squeeze a lot of functionality from it. - It's not very intuitive to program, but, hey, if you've programmed a Yamaha DX-100, or a TX-81z, this is pretty easy. - It's reliable. Period. - The MIDI output makes it more versatile than a USB-only interface, and enables me to control older synths without a computer directly from the UMX or from the computer. - The number of the assignable controllers is very good for most applications, for instance, controlling a software synth or an interactive PD or Max-MSP patch. - It's really plug-and-play, I've tried it with Mac, Linux and Windows and it works right away. No hassle at all. - The synth keys have all the disadvantages of the synth keys in every synth keyboard, but they don't feel flimsy, as in a lot of comparable –and even more expensive– keyboards. - The included audio interface is just... meh, it's not bad, but it's not a lot, still you could find a good use for it. Actually it saved me years ago when my trusty old M-Audio Omnistudio interface died on the road. - The software it's of little value, it included an exotic multi-platform DAW –which I've used in Linux–, and the very obsolete NI Kore player. Bottom Line: If you're not into the colourful lights and other bling, you'll enjoy it. It's a good, useful controller.
Music background: Composer, teacher, guitar player for more than 20 years.
2/5

Key action and velocity curve ruin it

I got this keyboard to use with my iPhone since it was battery powered and had midi, seemed like a good deal, well that is if the key action was usable. It's mushy and unresponsive, the velocity curve jumps drastically around the mid point, you either have to set it at 1 or at 3 to be usable and even then it's just half of what it's supposed to be. You're better off with the alesis and letting your ipad power it. And I got it for $100, so imagine if you paid full price for it.
Music background: Pro musician
See also: Controller Keyboards, Behringer, Behringer MIDI Controllers