about the best 25 key midi controller you can get for the price...but you get what you pay for.
T. Ryan Arnold "Teknohed", amazon.com
7 November 2011
Summary: The oxygen is a good "starter" controller, but if you're really in need of a 25 key midi controller there are much better (albiet slightly more expensive) options available. The biggest problem I have with this unit is the lack of true Midi ports.
Summary: I just converted from PC to Mac. I went to an Apple seminar on GarageBand. I was shown not just how to record from a guitar and microphone but all the wonderful instruments built into GarageBand. All I needed was a keyboard!
Summary: For the price, this thing is a perfect little Midi Controller. Works with my laptop excellently. I recommend this product to anyone trying to get their hands on a controller and not wanting to pay a boat load of cash for it.
Summary: I needed a compact unit for my Pro Tools 8 M-powered 8.05 setup on Windows 7 64-bit running on an i7-930 CPU. I'm not a keyboard player by trade but needed a keyboard for control over the virtual instruments. Installation is easy...
Summary: Item was ordered and shipped just a few days later, and performs as expected, right out of the box- it interfaced with my music software with no problems after doing a little adjusting to my ASIO driver. That is a flaw of my laptop soundcard, though, rather than of the Oxygen 25.
Summary: It is very small for a compact midi keyboard. Great for using in confined areas and sticking in a bag with your laptop. The knobs are great, I actually prefer them to the type that turn infinitely. The main thing you will really feel in my opinion is the lack of semi-weighted keys.
Summary: Its the real deal!! I love the portability. The one problem I noticed that It seemed that the product was a display or something. Nothing really outrageous just a lot of dust. After a good cleaning its just as good as new
Hevin Jaimes "We don't do things because we t..., amazon.com
20 January 2011
Summary: I am not a music expert, just love the way Electronic Music sounds and all I know is the basics of sound waves and how filters work. When looking for ways to express myself in that scenario, not long ago, I heard about Reason 4.0, Pro Tools, Logic and others, so I went to Youtube, bought a couple of...
Summary: It's tough to find a small, portable MIDI keyboard. I tried a couple of the few that are available. The Korg Nano was too fragile and made a clacking noise. The Akai LPK25 was nice and small but difficult to manipulate.