"Then the MIDI keyboard, it's a really simple one, Oxygen, also nothing special." (1:01) Given the details visible while the Oxygen controller is on screen, the controller shown is likely to be the 49-key model (as the 25-key model does not have vertical sliders along the middle of the unit).more
"Hardware: Custom PC (Windows 10, Intel i7 8 Core), MSI Ghost 4K Laptop, iPad, LG Ultrawide Monitor, Dell Touch Screen Monitor (For Virtual Mixer), Oxygen49 Keyboard, Tascam US-1641 Recording Interface, Scarlett 2i4 Recording Interface, Electro-Harmonix POG Pedal, BOSS Harmonizer Pedal, BBE Sonic Maximizer, Blue Microphones Baby Bottle, CAD GXL 2200 Microphone, Audio-Technica M50x Headphones, M-Audio Studio Monitor Speakers"more
**Archit3ch_:** What is your current musical setup and how much of it is portable? Is there any production technique you use on every song? **7MD:** Just a desktop PC, headphones and an M-Audio Oxygen 49 (and an electric drumset). Most is portable, except for that drumset. There's some tear down / setup time with that. Well, that and the desktop. So really nothing is portable except for my headphones and midi keyboard, haha. **AUTOMATION!** Do it as much as possible. Get good at it.more
The M-Audio Oxygen is what I use to play all the VTS inside MainStage. It is also fully custom midi-mapped to control my live loopers, select pre-sets, and toggle between different live inputs and mute them as needed.
Works will all DAW plugins ive tried it on, velocity-sensitive keys and drumpad work great! The only problem ive ever had with this was the modulation value jumping from 0 to 1, but it does not affect the sound of anything really.
Oxygen 49 features eight assignable knobs and nine assignable sliders, plus dedicated transport and track select buttons. DirectLink mode automatically maps these controls to common DAW functions including transport, mixer, track pan and plug-in parameters. Built-in factory presets offer support for popular virtual instruments right out of the box—no complicated setup required. Velocity-sensitive keys and a sleek, compact design round out a portable keyboard that’s perfect for both production and performance. No other MIDI controller in this price range has so much functionality while remaining easy to use.
Simple Midi Keyboard. Nothing fancy, but it does the job just fine. Would recommend some sort of case for it as the faders have the tendency to pop off from time to time. They are easily re-attachable however.
This was my first 49 key MIDI controller and its not a bad controller at all from what I remember. Though I wish I had not rid of it so quickly, Things worked themselves out and she is indeed in a good home.
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