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Sonic LAB: M-Audio Oxygen Controllers 3rd Gen
  11-Feb-10
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Marc JX8P    Said...

Good review! Seems like a very good deal. However, I miss that midi compatibility. It's always good to be able to have a second keyboard to plug into your workstation for example to play on another channel and without a regular midi out that won't work.

11-Feb-10 01:08 PM


Lonsen    Said...

Hey dude! The sound of your videos does quite often contain some clicks. Check your S/PDIF interface! No comment on the feel of the keys? Weird!

11-Feb-10 02:09 PM


Nick B    Said...

Lonsen thanks, we're trying to get to the bottom of it.

12-Feb-10 01:40 AM


Psych    Said...

A Review of a keyboard that never actually mentions, well, the keyboard feel? Isn't that the controller you use the most?

12-Feb-10 03:08 AM


Roderick    Said...

Yeah, nice review, as always. But I do miss the mention of something about the keys. Do they make to much sound? Do they click? How far they go? Are they soft, medium or hard? Etc. Even if this things are a little bit subjective, that's the first I'm always interested about a new midi controller.

13-Feb-10 08:35 AM


selercs    Said...

i bought this from sam ash, and yes the quality is almost as good as Japanese (Edirol/Roland). Far better than any m-audio controller so far (MIDIMAN was horrendous!)...

DAW functionality with Reason and Cubase is basic but works well.

Great controller for the price!

04-Mar-10 12:39 AM


midloo    Said...

Thanks for the excellent and very professional review! Something about a British accent always convinces me :)

I'll be picking one of these up as a hobbiest who is just getting started with home recording.

20-Aug-10 07:55 AM


midloo    Said...

Thanks for the excellent and very professional review! Something about a British accent always convinces me :)

I'll be picking one of these up as a hobbiest who is just getting started with home recording.

20-Aug-10 07:55 AM


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