Audio Interface To Record Your Modular

US Behringer introduces the CU1A Eurorack USB-C Audio Interface      24/04/24

Behringer has introduced the CU1A Eurorack USB-C Audio Interface. Here's the details in the company's own words...

If you've ever wanted to easily record songs with your modular synthesizer, look no further than the Behringer CU1A - a low latency 2 in and 2 out audio interface that's meant to integrate seamlessly into your existing modular setup and give you an easy way to connect directly to any computer for recording and playback.

The CU1A comes with a stereo headphone output that you can control with the dedicated level control. The CU1A also works with any PC or Mac. No setup. No drivers. It also works as a send/return so you can run your modular sounds through your favorite effect plug-in or send beats, samples as well as any other signal into your modular synth for some extremely wild sound experiments!

By integrating the CU1A into your setup, you'll get high-resolution converters that provide the best audio quality for recording and/or playback. The CU1A is also powered via USB C ensuring that no power is drawn away from your modular synth.

Installing the CU1A is simple as it was designed to fit into a standard Eurorack case. Just connect the power cables to the power supply and mount the module using the included screws. This allows for the CU1A to be mixed with other synth modules for a truly unique set up.


  •     2-input and 2-output USB audio interface for Eurorack
  •     Low latency for fast, responsive playback and recording
  •     Connects your computer and modular setup quickly and easily
  •     High-resolution 48 kHz converters for detailed, accurate sound
  •     No setup or drivers required for instant connectivity with PC or Mac
  •     Stereo headphone output with dedicated level control for input and output monitoring
  •     Powered by USB-C to save your modular system's power

Pricing and Availability:

More information:


Behringer Social

< More From: BEHRINGER
Even more news...


Want Our Newsletter?


Featured Video

Brand new super-synth from UDO

Featured Video

Virtual knobs and jacks controlling over 160 virtual modules

Featured Video

Now ready for preorder

Featured Video

The sampler pedal that listens and moves with you

Featured Video

The Mantis has arrived

Featured Video

Bi-timbral noise-based soft synth with a wide range of possibilities

SUPERBOOTH 2024: 4ms - MetaModule Eurorack Module 

Virtual knobs and jacks controlling over 160 virtual modules

Computer Music Chronicles: The Amiga as a Guitar Pedal 

Older Music Machines & the People Who Still Use Them

Modal Is Back - Restructuring Complete 

Website up - Modal app support back too

3 Home Keyboards that are Actually AWESOME Synths! 

Not somewhere you usually look...

Raspberry PI5 Hardware VST Host 

Floyd Steinberg gets the gear together

Is the Korg Drumlogue worth it in 2024? 

Developments for Korg's instrument have been slow but promising.

Hey there, we use Cookies to customize your experience on