NAMM06: Behringer Enter Keyboard Market

3 controllers - feature packed and inexpensive      19/01/06

NAMM06: Behringer Enter Keyboard Market


Buying Choices
Behringer have continually released an almost impossibe flood of new products at each trade show I've attended. This year they have burst into another area of the music gear market. Controller keyboards were an innevitable addition to their product range. They're here at this years NAMM show.

Being Behringer products they are likely to be very competitively priced. When we spoke to them they had no firm prices but they will be shipping in Spring.


UMX25 - Baby Bear

All three of the keyboards in the UMX series feature full-sized velocity-sensitive keys, 10 programmable MIDI controllers and eight user-set control buttons.


UMX49 - Mother Bear

Each UMX keyboard comes with 50 software instruments plus Ableton® Live Lite 4 BEHRINGER Edition and a USB/Audio interface to allow playing straight out of the box.


UMX61 - Daddy Bear


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