Oxygen 8 v2, Oxygen 49, Oxygen 61
Oxygen Keyboard Line User Guide
1 › Introduction
Congratulations on purchasing an Oxygen keyboard from M-Audio. The Oxygen keyboards offer diverse controls and all the programming features and functions you will need to develop your MIDI studio. The Oxygen keyboards come with 25, 49, or 61 full-size,velocity-sensitive keys and eight fully assignable knobs, with 6 fully assignable Transport buttons. The 49- and 61-note models also include 9 fully assignable buttons and 9 assignable sliders for performance and programming. One simple USB connection serves as both a MIDI interface and bus-power source. Class-compliancy with Windows XP and Mac OS X means that you can get down to business without eveninstalling any drivers. You can also expand on the functions of the Oxygen range by downloading the Enigma software editor and librarian. For more information, see the Enigma Software Editor (replace with section’s number) of this manual or visit www.m-audio.com to register and download the free software.
2 › What’s in the Box
Your Oxygen keyboard package contains the following:
< 25-, 49-, or61-note keyboard < CD-ROM containing Driver Software and User Manual in PDF format < Printed Quick Start Guide < CD-ROM containing bundled software < 5-foot USB 1.1 Type B cable
3 › Features
The top panel has the following functional components:
< 25-, 49-, and 61-note key bed: full-sized velocity-sensitive keys with synth action < 8 fully assignable MIDI controller knobs < 9assignable sliders (49 and 61 only) < 9 assignable buttons (49 and 61 only) < 6 Transport buttons < Assignable Pitch Bend and Modulation wheels < Octave and Transpose up, down buttons < 10 non-volatile memories < 7 top-panel Function buttons (only 5 on 25-note model) < 3-segment LED screen < Advanced programming functions on the keybed
The back panel has the following functional components:< USB 1.1 upstream (Type B) port < Sustain pedal input < MIDI Out port < On/Off switch < Power input for optional power supply
The product has the following general features:
< USB bus powered < Compatible with Enigma librarian and parameter editor for storing and organizing setups < MIDI Data from controllers
• MIDI control number • RPN/NRPN • Program, BankLSB, Bank MSB • Pitch Bend • GM/GM2/XG SysEx Messages
< MIDI Data from buttons:
• Note on • Note on/off toggle • MIDI CC on/off toggle • RPN/NRPN • Program, Bank LSB, Bank MSB presets • MIDI Machine Control functions • GM/GM2/XG SysEx Messages • Program increment/decrement • MIDI CC value increment/decrement
< All controls fully programmable to MIDI controller number < All controls fullyprogrammable to MIDI channel < Controller Mute function mutes controller output to avoid parameter jumps < Memory Dump via SysEx
4 › Minimum System Requirements
IMPORTANT: The Oxygen keyboard controllers are supported under Windows XP; they are not supported under Windows 98, 98SE or Windows ME or 2000. You must be running Service Pack 1 (SP1) or later. Visit the Windows update web pages(http://windowsupdate. microsoft.com/) to make certain you have the most current updates and ﬁxes supplied by Microsoft.
On the Macintosh, the Oxygen controllers are supported under Mac OS X version 10.3.8 or version 10.4 or later. Earlier versions of Mac operating systems are not supported.
< Pentium 3 – 800 MHz or higher
(CPU may be higher for laptops)
< 256 MB RAM < DirectX 9.0b orhigher < Windows XP (SP1) or higher
(Windows 98, Me, NT, or 2000 not supported)
< Macintosh G3 800/G4 733 MHz or higher
(CPU may be higher for laptops)
< OS X 10.2.8 with 256 MB RAM, < OS X 10.3.4 or greater with 512 MB RAM
*M-Audio suggests you also check the minimum system requirements for your software, as they may be greater than the above.
Windows XP and Mac OS X...
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