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49-Key MIDI Keyboard from M-Audio belonging to the Axiom series

Thread M-audio axiom 49 help!! please.

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meisterjohnson89

meisterjohnson89

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1 Posted on 06/09/2009 at 22:00:47
hello to all. this is my first forum so i'm excited to come to this site more often. i have a slight problem with my axiom 49. i've been using it and never had a problem before until now, but maybe someone can help me. i use reason and fruityloops and when i press the keys, there's playback except my "A" keys. All of my keys on the control, make sound and there's playback, but my A keys aren't making sound either in reason or fl. i don't know, maybe i pressed somethign on the control to make it this way or maybe somethig with the program. if anyone can help, i'd appreciate it.



UPDATE:

half of my keyboard...the A key works when i hold down the D sharp. weird. i think it's all jumbled up. someone help! lol.
Thor H

Thor H

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2 Posted on 06/10/2009 at 00:49:07

does it do the D sharp/ A thing on both reason and fruity?  Maybe you should just try re-initializing the axiom.

meisterjohnson89

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3 Posted on 06/10/2009 at 01:31:10
yeah it does it on reason and fl. thats how i know it's the controller. but what do you mean by re intiallizing it? and how would i do that? sorry bout the noob questions too. lol.
Thor H

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4 Posted on 06/10/2009 at 15:12:10
I mean resetting the device. You'll lose all factory presets, but you can get them back after. But resetting might put things back to right again.
Ongo Wongo

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5 Posted on 09/03/2009 at 10:56:30
Am in da Caribbean, an dis is wat I do. My Axiom 49 was not performing on G and C#, so I turned it upside down and slapped it on the backside and what do do you know, it WORKS like a charm right now, after weeks and weeks of frustration.  NOW TRY DAY, Y'HEAR???
phraseland

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6 Posted on 09/04/2009 at 09:39:36
Yeah - I am not so sure if slapping things is always the best way...

...but hey it has worked for me before as well...usually they work again...or stop working altogether..

I guess - either way it gives you certainty...
pondus89

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7 Posted on 11/10/2009 at 13:46:11
Thanks alot Ongo Wongo! your way of fixing the problem really works Big Up!
gary.sweetpotato

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8 Posted on 05/03/2013 at 05:54:59
Believe it or not Ongo Wongo, after a long search to solve my problem, I gave up and tried your 'bang on the bottom' of the axiom - not too hard, mind!

And NOW IT WORKS. Excellent - thanks!
Artan Bakija

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9 Posted on 03/13/2018 at 07:30:50
THNKS VERY MUCH ..ITS WORKING :lol::oo::fleche:
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