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AXIOM® 61 USB MIDI Controller


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Price
£80 inc VAT
Or £26.67/mo. for 3 months... Read more
Study method
Online, self-paced
Duration
1 Year
Qualification
No formal qualification
Additional info
  • Certificate of completion available to purchase separately

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Overview

The power and flexibility of the Axiom 61 advanced 61-key USB mobile MIDI controller is demonstrated by Jeff Dykhouse, a veteran audio engineer. Jeff demonstrates how to program the Axiom 61 using Enigma editor, Reason, GarageBand, Ableton LIVE and ProTools software. You will learn how to program and create music utilizing Axiom 61 features eight rubberized trigger pads and you will also understand how to configure the nine sliders and eight endless rotary encoder knobs that will put you in total control of your software studio. Even though there is so much to learn about this MIDI controller, you will find that the clear and concise information in this tutorial will provide you with the information needed to use this product to its fullest potential.The power and flexibility of the Axiom 61 advanced 61-key USB mobile MIDI controller is demonstrated by Jeff Dykhouse, a veteran audio engineer. Jeff demonstrates how to program the Axiom 61 using Enigma editor, Reason, GarageBand, Ableton LIVE and ProTools software. You will learn how to program and create music utilizing Axiom 61 features eight rubberized trigger pads and you will also understand how to configure the nine sliders and eight endless rotary encoder knobs that will put you in total control of your software studio. Even though there is so much to learn about this MIDI controller, you will find that the clear and concise information in this tutorial will provide you with the information needed to use this product to its fullest potential.Jeff demonstrates how to program the Axiom 61, by M-Audio(R), using Enigma editor, Reason, GarageBand, Ableton LIVE and Pro Tools software, showing the power and flexibility of the Axiom 61 advanced 61-key USB mobile MIDI controller.

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The power and flexibility of the Axiom 61 advanced 61-key USB mobile MIDI controller is demonstrated by Jeff Dykhouse, a veteran audio engineer. Jeff demonstrates how to program the Axiom 61 using Enigma editor, Reason, GarageBand, Ableton LIVE and ProTools software. You will learn how to program and create music utilizing Axiom 61 features eight rubberized trigger pads and you will also understand how to configure the nine sliders and eight endless rotary encoder knobs that will put you in total control of your software studio. Even though there is so much to learn about this MIDI controller, you will find that the clear and concise information in this tutorial will provide you with the information needed to use this product to its fullest potential.The power and flexibility of the Axiom 61 advanced 61-key USB mobile MIDI controller is demonstrated by Jeff Dykhouse, a veteran audio engineer. Jeff demonstrates how to program the Axiom 61 using Enigma editor, Reason, GarageBand, Ableton LIVE and ProTools software. You will learn how to program and create music utilizing Axiom 61 features eight rubberized trigger pads and you will also understand how to configure the nine sliders and eight endless rotary encoder knobs that will put you in total control of your software studio. Even though there is so much to learn about this MIDI controller, you will find that the clear and concise information in this tutorial will provide you with the information needed to use this product to its fullest potential.Jeff demonstrates how to program the Axiom 61, by M-Audio(R), using Enigma editor, Reason, GarageBand, Ableton LIVE and Pro Tools software, showing the power and flexibility of the Axiom 61 advanced 61-key USB mobile MIDI controller.

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