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User Guide
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Appendix
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  • Page 1 User Guide English ( 3 – 16 ) Appendix English ( 17 – 19 )
  • Page 3 To enable DirectLink with your Oxygen 25, you may need to install some additional software, including the DirectLink "personality" for your specific DAW. Visit m-audio.com/directlink for a current list of DAWs that support DirectLink and to download any necessary profiles.
  • Page 4 The fader can be individually assigned to a different MIDI parameter. For DirectLink operation, please see the DirectLink User Guide available at m-audio.com/directlink. Knobs: Sends different types of standard MIDI CC messages or advanced MIDI messages based on the assigned parameter or the active preset.
  • Page 5 Modulation data. 11. Control Button (C10): This mapable button can be assigned to send Note, CC, and other MIDI messages. For DirectLink operation, please see the DirectLink User Guide available at m-audio.com/directlink. Rear Panel 1 2 3 4 USB Port: The USB 2.0 port (backward-compatible with USB 1.1) delivers...
  • Page 6 None of these parameters can be edited while in DirectLink Mode. For some DAWs and programs, you may need to download DirectLink profiles from m-audio.com/directlink. Control Assign, Data 1, Data 2, Data 3: The Control Assign function (Ctrl Asgn) assigns a MIDI continuous control number (MIDI CC) or other MIDI parameter to the selected knob, button, fader, or to the sustain pedal.
  • Page 7 Bank LSB: The Bank LSB function sends bank change messages on the Global MIDI channel. These messages are used to access additional banks of sound presets on virtual instruments or sound modules (if additional banks are available). Refer to the documentation for the virtual instrument or synthesizer to confirm it will respond to these messages.
  • Page 8 Memory Dump: The SysEx Memory Dump function (Mem Dump) will send the contents of all 10 Preset memory locations for storage in a DAW application. Please refer to the documentation provided with your DAW software for information on how to record SysEx MIDI data. Prepare a MIDI track within your DAW software to record from your Oxygen 25 keyboard.
  • Page 9 MIDI CCs. However, to simplify assignment of other, more complex MIDI message types (for example, SysEx or RPN/NRPN), M-Audio has appended such additional MIDI message types to the end of the MIDI CC number list, extending its range beyond 127.
  • Page 10 First press 127 (maximum) NOTE: When working with proprietary M-Audio parameters from the 128-255 range, the "Control Assign" setting is used to configure a button or the sustain pedal for this special mode of operation. This means that certain values that are usually specified through the "Control Assign"...
  • Page 11 Assigning MMC Control to Buttons The transport functions of some hardware recording devices and DAW applications can be remotely operated via MMC (MIDI Machine Control) commands. MMC is a specialized transport control protocol and requires a somewhat different configuration method. The following values need to be specified: Parameter Value Control Assign...
  • Page 12 Assigning a Note to a Button It is possible to configure a Button to send a Note On message when it is held down, and a Note Off message when it is released. This requires four values to be specified (values given are examples): Parameter Value Control Assign...
  • Page 13 Press the Edit button. Press the Select button or Control Select (Ctrl Sel) key. Select the Control as described earlier in this guide. Press the Control Assign (Ctrl Asgn) key. Enter 145 using the number keys. This sets the button or the pedal to send a combined Bank Select/Program Change message.
  • Page 14 Programming a Button or Sustain Pedal to Increment/Decrement a Program Change It is possible to configure a button or the sustain pedal to send an Increment (increase) or Decrement (decrease) Program Change message each time it is pressed. To configure a button to increment a Program Change between a minimum and maximum value, assign the button to number 156.
  • Page 15 The following example configures a knob, wheel, or fader to reverse its operation: Press the Edit button. Press the Select button or Control Select (Ctrl Sel) key. Select a knob, wheel, or fader as described earlier in this guide. Press the Data 2 key. Enter 127 using the number keys.
  • Page 16 Assigning RPN/NRPN Messages to a Knob, Fader, Button, Wheel, or Pedal Oxygen 25 allows transmission of all three necessary MIDI CC messages for RPNs and NRPNs by simply moving a knob or fader or wheel or by pressing a button or the sustain pedal. •...
  • Page 17 Appendix (English) Preset List 1. Twist 6. Transfuser 2. Xpand 2 7. General MIDI 3. Velvet 8. General MIDI 4. Loom 9. General MIDI 5. Vacuum 10. General MIDI Wheel, Fader, and Knob User Assignments 00 Bank Select 43 Expression LSB 117 Controller 117 01 Modulation 44 Controller 44...
  • Page 18 Buttons and Footswitch User Assignments 00 Bank Select 48 Gen Purpose 1 LSB Channel Mode Messages: 01 Modulation 49 Gen Purpose 2 LSB 120 All Sound Off 02 Breath Control 50 Gen Purpose 3 LSB 121 Reset all Controllers 03 Controller 3 51 Gen Purpose 4 LSB 122 Local Control 04 Foot Control...
  • Page 19 Specifications are subject to change without notice. Trademarks and Licenses M-Audio, SONiVOX, and AIR Music Technology are trademarks of inMusic Brands, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Apple Store and iPad are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
  • Page 20 Manual Version 1.0...

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