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M-Audio Oxygen 49 MK III 49-Key USB MIDI Keyboard Controller
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- Bus powered 49-key USB MIDI controller-easy computer cnnnectivity
- 8 assignable knobs, 9 assignable sliders-control DAW and virtual instrument parameters
- DirectLink mode-instant controller mapping to DAW functions
- Dedicated transport and track slected buttons-streamlined session control
- Pro Tools compatible-extends industry-standard functionality
- Bus powered 49-key USB MIDI controller-easy computer connectivity
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UPDATE: it has now been a few years since i purchased this item and did the video review. It was my first time on camera and I was obviously very nervous. I might do an updated video review. As for the keyboard, it has been very useful in my music and it is still working flawlessly. I have discovered all the features it has such as the midi control and interface functions you can add this to your existing midi patch network and interface it with other midi protocol devices. the only down side I can think of is the fact that it does not have weighted keys. I'm also going to purchase an M-Audio Axiom 49 for the drum pads and weighted keys, at a higher cost. I will be using both however in my set-up. Thanks for the positive votes. I'm sorry to those of you who did not find my review helpful. I only covered the basics.
In reason 4. I love the feeling of this keyboard, the knobs and faders are nicely weighted, the only negeitive I have to say is the keys arent fully weighted, but for this price, I won't complain:) and in all honesty semi weight is better then nothing. This keyboard is everything you see in the picture.
I would recommend getting the M-Audio SP-2 US65010 Sustain Pedal Piano Style Sustain Pedal for Keyboards to go with it. It should be the only other hardware device you need as there are only 2 ports (USB and sustain pedal).
As one reviewer said, there is no DAW with it, but I didn't expect there to be one as its not mentioned in the description. So if you don't have garage band, or another DAW, you may have to buy that, or look for a free one on the net.
No drivers was required to work with Garage Band, and direct link works well with Garage band, after installing a package from M-Audio's website.
As someone just starting out with a keyboard, I can't compare it with a real piano, or even with another keyboard. But it does seem well made, and looks great. I have enjoyed learning on it.
Of all the buttons, the ones I use most are the transport controls. They took me a while to find the correct setup procedure (buttons in Sonar are rather obscure to program).
drawbacks: The 3-digit LED display is a puzzzle to decode sometimes. (A backlit LCD would probably require too much current.) Programming can be awkward because of the lack of dedicated programming utttons, though at least the keys are labeled.The sliders seem a bit fragile, and it is very difficult to enter precise values with them; you can usually get within or 2 of the number but hittting it dead on takes luck.The mod wheel doesn't have a centering spring but the pitch bender does, and both wheels are located in an awkward place,
But these issues are minor. The keyboard has a good feel, and the transport buttons are conveniently-placed (and very convenient). I've usually been saatisfied with M-Audio's equipment, and the Oxygen 49 is no exception.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This was my first midi keyboard. My last one was thrown out simply because the midi usb cable hangs out of the back socket quite significantly and if it gets knocked too many... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Aaliyah
Bought this as a gift for my teenage grandson, he is very happy with the product and is teaching himself the keyboard.Published 14 days ago by a reader
Sends phantom signals, seems this is a common problem, it appears to be solved (temporarily) by doing a factory reset. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Dylan
More keys, more knobs and sliders. Same quality and functionality. Get it now!Published 7 months ago by Tom Neff