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Thread Tutorial: How to setup an M-Audio Axiom with Redrum (Reason 3.0)

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controlphr33k

controlphr33k

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1 Posted on 07/26/2006 at 16:59:02
Hi All,

I started a user group for people trying to learn how to setup/use any M-Audio or Evolution MIDI Controller that supports M-Audio's Enigma editor (such as the Axiom series, Trigger Finger, or Keystation Pro 88).

http://launch.groups.yahoo.com/group/M-Audio_Enigma/

You don't need to join to read the message archives, but there are some nice tutorial files in the files section if you're interested.

To give you an example of what kind of things we discuss, here is an actual post from this morning:

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Re: Some Pads On Axiom are not working?

. . . .

1. Triggering Redrum with the Axiom:

In my experience, no matter what Axiom preset you are on, all of the
pads will trigger sounds in Redrum (provided you have Redrum selected
properly-see below). The problem is that certain white keys are
usually set to mute pads in redrum. . so you accidentally hit a few
white keys, then go to trigger redrum and not all the pads work until
you unmute.

Far as I know, there are 2 ways to get your midi controller to control
Redrum. The easiest way is to just go down to the sequencer section,
and select record enable/midi keyboard control for the Redrum track.
Once the Redrum track has the red record enable and keyboard control
icon activated, all of the pads will trigger slots in redrum,
regardless of which of the factory presets you are on. There is also
a "how to change the note assignment on Axiom's pads" tutorial in the
files section of this group.

The second method is to use the Remote Override Edit Mode (Reason's
term for "midi learn") to map pads to Redrum regardless of which
instrument you have selected for midi control. There is a Reason 3.0
Midi learn tutorial in the files section that goes over this, just map
a pad the play/trigger button of the relevant slot in Redrum. After
you do this, you will be able to trigger Redrum regardless of which
instrument you have selected for midi control in the sequencer section.

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So if this is the kind of info you're looking for, check us out!

-cF

http://launch.groups.yahoo.com/group/M-Audio_Enigma/
Koala_en

Koala_en

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2 Posted on 08/04/2006 at 02:12:32
try this for answers
http://www.abeez.com/forum/index.php?

koala
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