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[Musikmesse] M-Audio updates its Oxygen series

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M-Audio Oxygen 61MK IV

61-Key MIDI Keyboard from M-Audio belonging to the Oxygen (2014) series.

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Just like the Keystations, the M-Audio Oxygen MIDI keyboard controllers receive this year an important update.

This new Oxygen edition, which has been introduced at Musikmesse 2014, still comprises three 25, 49 and 61 models, all with synth-type velocity-sensitive keys and 8 assignable encoders. An LCD display and transport controls are also included, along with a 1/4” input for sustain pedal.

All the keyboards are USB-powered and can work with an iDevice via the Apple USB camera connection kit.

The Oxygen 25 offers an assignable master fader, you’ll find 9 of them on the 49 and 61-key versions.

All the new Oxygen MIDI keyboards will ship with a software suite featuring the Ableton Live Lite DAW and the SONiVOX Twist spectral morphing virtual synth.

The M-Audio Oxygen 25, 49 and 61 will be available this summer for the US prices of $99, $149 and $199 respectively.

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