NAMM – Behringer’s UMX MIDI Controllers

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2010 NAMM Show: Behringer introduced the 25-/49-/61-Key UMX line of USB/MIDI Controller Keyboards.

They feature a USB/Audio Interface, 100 Software Instruments, 50 VST Effects and energyXT2.5 Compact BEHRINGER Edition Software.

Features:

  • Velocity-sensitive USB/MIDI keyboard featuring 25 high-quality full-size keys and unbeatable programming versatility, real-time control and playability
  • USB/Audio interface included for recording and playback of any digital music file. Works with your PC or Mac computer—no setup or drivers required
  • EnergyXT2.5  – music production software included
  • Intuitive sound module NI KorePlayer with 300 MB sound library
  • Plug and play with Mac OS X, Windows XP and Vista operating systems
  • 8 real-time rotary controls plus 10 assignable switches
  • Freely assign MIDI control changes to the modulation wheel, volume fader and pedal port
  • Full 128 tone range via the octave shift function with multi-purpose LED status indication
  • Separate MIDI Out allows controlling external samplers, synths and other equipment
  • Runs via USB, batteries or a power adapter (not included)

MSRP (excl. tax):

  • UMX250: $149.99 / €120.00
  • UMX490: $189.99 / €144.00
  • UMX610: $219.99 / €180.00

3 thoughts on “NAMM – Behringer’s UMX MIDI Controllers

  1. I just got the UMX610. I was surprised by how not-cheap this feels. The knobs are very responsive and feel rubbery and expensive. The keys are also quite nice to play. It seems that Behringer has made a move to focus on quality; this feels much higher quality than, say, my old Behringer mixer.

  2. Yeah! Behringer UMX Rocks! I have one too. I very like my bright red UMX610. So cool color! My music got a new dimension and style =)
    Thank you, BEHRINGER! Long live!

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