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oxygen 61 mk4

Hi how can I set a different midi channel to each key, C18, C19, etc. so as to be able to manage the various midi tracks? thank you
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  • Hey Niky,

    Thanks for posting!

    The Oxygen can send MIDI data from its entire keybed on the channel of your choosing but specific keys cannot be assigned to a MIDI channel. If you want to change the Oxygen's MIDI channel do the following:

    1. Press the Edit button.

    2. Press the Global Channel key. The LED display will show the current Global channel. For example, if channel 1 is the current Global channel, it will appear as "c.0.1".

    3. Enter the new channel number using the number keys.

    4. Press the Enter key.


    or

    1. Press the Select button until the lower edge of the LED displays a red dot above "Global".

    2. Scroll through the MIDI channels using the < or > buttons to select the new channel number.


    I hope that helps you!
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  • hi, so I can not assign to C1, C2, C3 or C18, C19 different midi channels? Thank you
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  • Hey Niky,

    It sounds like you are referring to the faders, knobs, buttons, etc. rather than the keys - I understand now. Yes, you can assign those controllers to a MIDI channel of your choosing. The process to do this can be found on page 6 of the Oxygen's user guide. You can download the Oxygen's user guide from the following link under the Keyboard Controllers series:

    M-Audio Documentation Search

    Let me know if you have any additional questions!
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