Behringer U-Control UMX610 61-Key USB/MIDI Controller Keyboard with USB/Audio Interface
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- Unleash your creativity with 100 virtual instruments and take off with 50 VST effects plus an unlimited number of sound creations
- Velocity-sensitive USB/MIDI keyboard featuring 61 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
- Revolutionary energyXT2.5 Compact BEHRINGER Edition music production software included with feature-rich audio/MIDI sequencer that loads almost instantaneously on all computer platforms
- Intuitive sound module NI KorePlayer with production-ready 300 MB sound library, includes sounds of nearly all categories/kinds, ranging from synths to acoustic instruments to drums
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Revised December 1 2017: After using this keyboard some, I'm knocking the rating down a star to 3 stars. As I said above - it's not perfect. The action of the keys leave some to desire. Some keys feel okay and some are clanky and the spring feel on some keys are not smooth. The keys at either end of the keyboard can sometimes feel sticky. It's okay for organ playing and synth pads but a pianist will be disappointed. Also, the USB terminal on the back of the keyboard doesn't feel solid - I ended up switching to a power adapter and straight midi out cable. Otherwise it has worked well.
The keyboard is very responsive. Velocity sensitivity is accurate, with a lot of variation. I am extremely happy with the keyboard's sensitivity. Note: the keyboard velocity curve can be programmed to use various different velocity curve settings. I did NOT like the default setting, so tried all the different settings and found one that was perfect. If you don't like the feel of the velocity response out of the box like I did, play around with the settings until you get the feel you want.
The "semi weighted" keys are nice. Like synth keys with very light piano-like action. Just the way I personally prefer my keys.
I really like that I can program this keyboard's knobs and buttons, etc., without using a computer, and it can remember all of my settings. The only downside is that programming it without a computer requires that a special sequence of keys be pressed, and that sometime requires that I look at the manual occasionally, because I can't remember how all the options are set. Since I have the manual on my cell phone, that's not a big deal.
The only negative I can see is that the control buttons at the top/back (not the keyboard keys) are a bit loud when I press them, making an obvious click sound. And other than the special buttons on the left, the buttons on the top/back, near the knobs, need an LED to tell you if they are on or off. Since they operate like switches, you press once to turn on, and once to turn off, there's no visual feedback telling you if they are on or off. This is a minor issue and for a lot of cases it doesn't matter. But it would be nice if they had LEDs. Note: after quite some time using the keyboard I have learned that you cannot assign program change commands to the buttons at the top back. This is a little disappointing. They can only be assigned CC commands. The 2 buttons on the left can be assigned pretty much anything however.
The feel of the pitch bend wheel spring action is nice and the movement is really smooth and easy to use. The mod wheel and all the other knobs are also very smooth. They all have a high quality feel to them.
I highly recommend this keyboard. It's very easy to program. It's well built. Has just enough programmable knobs and buttons to keep me happy. And the keyboard keys are very responsive.
UPDATE AFTER OVER 4 YEARS OF USE: After abusing this for over 4 years, playing it several days each week, it still works great. All the knobs work great. The keys are still very responsive. I don't use the buttons much, but they are also in great condition. I only own 2 products from Behringer, this keyboard and the FX2000. I bought both of them over 4 years ago, and they are both still working like new. I was unsure about the Behringer brand when I bought this keyboard. I am very happy with the purchase. Not a single issue and no sign of age after 4 years of abuse. EXCELLENT!
1. Key weighting: In my opinion, the semi-weighting of these keys is so convenient and comfortable for the hand it makes me wish all my keyboards had the exact same weighting. This feature is definitely a pro when deciding whether to buy this keyboard or not.
2. Modulators: The pitch bend, mod bend and general knobs are amazingly easy to set with normal MIDI softwares. So far, this keyboard has been tested in Mainstage 3, Logic Pro 9, GarageBand and Ableton Live 10 , without encountering a single issue. They are easy to assign and work perfectly for live playing. Needless to say, the keyboard adapts perfectly to any MIDI software.
3. Sensitivity: This is the one feature that could improve. While playing soft results in a nice and manageable note intensity, when trying to use the full intensity power, the sound will not explode as desired. Say, if you play soft, notes come out soft, if you play normally, notes come out normally, but if you play hard, the notes will not sound as hard as they should, which is a huge downside to playing clean pianos or organs in general.
4. Mobility: This keyboard is preciously compact without being small, which makes it real easy to transport it here and there, and that's a great feature if you intend to use it to play live.
5. Design: The keyboard design is a really nice shiny red plastic, sturdy and seemingly resistant to normal hits. I have received numerous compliments on the aesthetic beauty of the keyboard, seems it actually looks great on a stage.