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U-Control UMX25, 25-Key MIDI Keyboard from Behringer in the U-Control series.


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Behringer U-Control UMX25 tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Behringer
  • Model: U-Control UMX25
  • Series: U-Control
  • Category: 25-Key MIDI Keyboards
  • Added in our database on: 08/08/2008

The U-CONTROL UMX25 is an ultra-compact master keyboard

It features 25 full size, velocity-sensitive keys, 10 programmable MIDI controllers plus 8 user-set buttons

Source: Behringer website

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Behringer U-Control UMX25 user reviews

Average Score:3.8( 3.8/5 based on 5 reviews )
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 2 reviews40 %
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05/30/2007

Anonymous 's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Behringer U-Control UMX25
There is no integrated sound card.
Supplied with an ASIO driver for moving the latency to 2ms.

Too bad it lacks a MIDI input (just one output) that would use the keyboard as a MIDI inteface. No Output Jack etc.. Taken to pedal.

UTILIZATION

The touch of the keyboard, well, little melody composition, pattern trigger ... Configuration is very simple driver> USB> MIDI setup in the soft sound and is parti.Pas LCD screen and keypad, all this from the keyboard 25 keys. manual correct, not complicated, not too long, well explained.

OVERALL OPINION

I've had two days, very good value for money, one of the cheapest I found at the level of congestion is very good, not too big, easily transportable, but all depends on the use and the price you want to, I would do this choice with his eyes closed.

I am selling this keyboard has nine 105 euros including postage because I am interested more in the studio
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vincent9500002/10/2010

vincent95000's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Behringer U-Control UMX25
I reloading an affordable keyboard controller with pitch bend and assignable knobs
The keyboard has a USB input / output functions as MIDI I / O, MIDI output, and a pedal input.

UTILIZATION

Heavy touch which suits me fine.
It sure is not a piano, but this is not what I asked a claiver master, especially in 25 keys ...

The manual is, as always Behringer, short and reduced to the main unit Job title, but first use it enough ...

Setup is very simple, I am running XP, I just had to plug in USB, no drivers to install.

The knobs work very well in FL Studio and Ableton Live.
Only the velocity function of the keyboard seems to me to be bogus ...

OVERALL OPINION

For how long have you been using it?
I have been using a Semai

Did you try many other models before getting this one?
Before I had a Roland synth 60 keys with MIDI connectors, but really takes too much space on a desk ...

What thing do you like most/least about it?
Like the number of knobs and assignable buttons, which operate at once, and that's very practical.
Minimum: 25 keys for a keyboard it is truly massive compared to all other dishes ...
A small LCD screen would have been nice too.

Value for money:
Well, paid 78 €, I do not expect more

Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice?
Yes, without a doubt, a premeir keyboard to start a small home studio, it's ideal. But then I would put a model above.
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Studio/Sono CASMA05/06/2010

Studio/Sono CASMA's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Keyboard rather banal"

Behringer U-Control UMX25
For my portable studio, I needed a compact keyboard rather than 2 octaves so it can be transported with ease and allowing me to make editing noon (do it all without the mouse).

It has, like all recent masters keyboards, a USB port that is directly recognized by windows (one additional driver is available for Win XP for the name of the keyboard appears in software) (or 7 in win vista, name is directly displayed.)
He Egeler midi output, an input for a sustain pedal and can be fed by 1.5 V batteries, external power supply (not included) or via USB when connected to a computer.

It also has a volume fader Pricipals and other knobs or buttons with the keyboard on a grid containing their respective No CC.

Little more, it is provided with a mini USB 2 sound card in / out RCA (too bad there have no headphone output with adjustable level as the map of the same size for sale as well (which also has a spdif )).

UTILIZATION

The keyboard has a touch of synth sufficient for my use (I'm not going to play a Bach suite 2 octaves!)

One can easily transpose the keyboard as needed with two buttons Up and Down.

MIDI buttons never been helpful to me, I prefer the Novation Automap system is much smarter than the standard midi.

I'm also used to launch Jingles at shows, ... (Handy!)

OVERALL OPINION

It's a cheap keyboard and troubleshoots when traveling light.

If I had to change the keyboard, I aim for a Novation Remote SL or SL MKII version 2 octaves (already owned the Remote SL 61). It is much more complete and not need programming through the laborious AUTOMAP.
It also has a mixing console complete with LCD screen, backlit buttons for the MK II version, ...
But hey, the price is multiplied by 4 or 5 at least for the Novation!
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djguss05/13/2010

djguss's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" effective and cheap!! 1"

Behringer U-Control UMX25
connection noon, and assignable buttons

UTILIZATION

the key is simpa, nor how to imple employment, and noon and easy configuration.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it since February with fruity loops. I chose this model to save space.
VALUE FOR MONEY satifesant, and if the choice was to do again, I do it again!

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