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Press Release: Behringer Launches iPad Interface Video Series

Videos demonstrate recording using audio interfaces with iPad and GarageBand

Behringer announces the launch of an iPad Interface Video Series that gives an informative and easy to follow insider look at how to use several of the company's recording products with the iPad mobile digital device and popular GarageBand music recording application program. 

The series features five different Behringer USB audio interface applications intended for the everyday user, and specifically spotlights recording vinyl with the UFO202, recording a DJ set with the UCA222, recording guitar with the UCG102, recording a band with the XENYX 1204USB small format mixer,  and recording MIDI with the UMA25s keyboard controller. Each segment clearly demonstrates ease of connection, convenience and portability. 

"Recording music has become an extremely user-friendly process now that there are so many tech savvy tools available to us", commented Costa Lakoumentas, Senior VP of Marketing for Behringer parent company, MUSIC Group. "Our goal was to show how simple it is to turn your recording dreams into reality using Behringer products with contemporary mobile technology. I believe we've accomplished that goal with this innovative video series."

For access to the five instalment series and a special behind-the-scenes overview check out the link below.



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