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M-Audio Oxygen 25
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M-Audio Oxygen 25

25-Key MIDI Keyboard from M-Audio belonging to the Oxygen (3rd Gen) series

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BeyondRBeyondR

M-Audio Oxygen 25Published on 09/10/12 at 05:30
The Oxygen 25 USB MIDI controller has eight assignable knobs, plus dedicated transport and track select buttons that motivated my choice.
Another characteristic that motivated my choice was the DirectLink mode that automatically maps these controls to common DAW functions including transport, mixer, track pan and plug-in parameters.
It has a midi type of connection.


UTILIZATION

The general configuration of the program it's very simple and easy to follow.
The manual has a nice description regarding the knobs, slides, velocity sensitive keys, and also about the unique Select buttons for on-the-fly step-through of presets, program changes and MIDI channels.
The patch selection is easy...…
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The Oxygen 25 USB MIDI controller has eight assignable knobs, plus dedicated transport and track select buttons that motivated my choice.
Another characteristic that motivated my choice was the DirectLink mode that automatically maps these controls to common DAW functions including transport, mixer, track pan and plug-in parameters.
It has a midi type of connection.


UTILIZATION

The general configuration of the program it's very simple and easy to follow.
The manual has a nice description regarding the knobs, slides, velocity sensitive keys, and also about the unique Select buttons for on-the-fly step-through of presets, program changes and MIDI channels.
The patch selection is easy to follow even for an amateur, it's very straight-forward and well designed.

OVERALL OPINION

What I like most about it, it's the price, it costs around 100$.
Another great thing about this product is that it can be easy to carry on your trips if you're a Dj or a music producer that travels a lot.
However if You're a pianist or just someone that likes to use many octaves in his creations, this product may not be for you, because it has only 25 velocity-sensitive keys, which sometimes is not enough if you're more into classical music, pop, rock or any other genre that requires tonal movement.

I do enjoy how the keys feel, however it's not the greatest velocity sensitive keyboard out there, but it works pretty decent for it's money, quality of sound is on a high level and I like the material of what it's made.

I must mention that this product doesn't have any drum pads which I find very bad, because if you build your own drums patters you must buy an additional MPK controller or something similar.

Knowing what I know I would buy this product only if I wanted something cheap and easy to carry.

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sandelinsandelin

M-Audio Oxygen 25Published on 04/27/14 at 12:41
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Compact enough controls for a minimal footprint, powered by USB 2.0.

UTILIZATION

Pretty simple to use, but the software config Logic has disabled the modulation wheel. Better to set up manually.
For cons, the transport buttons (stop, record, rewind) are definitely a plus.
Keyboard touch too soft, but you can not choose the 25 keys to play on stage, so no problem.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for three years and this keyboard is generally satisfactory. In practice, the pitch wheel goes crazy between the values ​​between 64 and 90.
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GuappodjGuappodj

M-Audio Oxygen 25Published on 01/26/14 at 03:49
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Size

UTILIZATION

For the beginning is good

OVERALL OPINION

1 year
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korglandkorgland

not bad

M-Audio Oxygen 25Published on 11/02/12 at 05:39
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not too large, the ability to connect noon and pedals

UTILIZATION

All knobs does not work with my software mao (magix maker) but it should be clean software.
Nice keyboard
Not always easy to use I have not looked at the electronic manual

OVERALL OPINION

Overall satisfied no big surprise
Value for money properly paid less than 100euros
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: M-Audio
  • Model: Oxygen 25
  • Series: Oxygen (3rd Gen)
  • Category: 25-Key MIDI Keyboards
  • Added in our database on: 02/21/2010

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