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M-Audio Hammer 88 - Registering and Downloading the Software
The M-Audio Hammer 88 is a premium keyboard controller ideal for students, semi-pro, and professional players alike, seeking realistic grand piano feel to use with virtual instruments and sound modules. This guide walks through how to register, download, install, and authorize the included Ableton Live Lite and AIR Music Instruments.

VIP 3.0 - How to Redeem and Download VIP 3.0
VIP is a ground-breaking, award-winning music software platform that provides musicians and composers with a total control solution for their virtual instrument and virtual effect collection. VIP provides you with unparalleled access to your virtual instrument and effect collection, seamlessly integrating the hardware/software experience and grants the unrestricted freedom to create in a user-friendly, intuitive format. The combination of VIP and a compatible keyboard controller maximizes workflow and ensur

M-Audio Uber Microphone - Frequently Asked Questions
Whether you are recording in the studio or at home. the M-Audio Uber microphone's wide frequency range and multiple polar pattern options make it a great choice for all recording applications. This article answers some popular questions about the features and functionality of the M-Audio Uber Mic.

macOS High Sierra - Driver Installation Results in System Extension Blocked
With every new Apple OS comes new features and new challenges. macOS High Sierra has improved security features that now require the user to enable the system extension for any new driver being installed to the operating system. Because this applies to M-Audio products like the M-Track Quad, we'll show you how to do this in just a few simple steps.

macOS High Sierra 10.13 and iOS 11 Support for M-Audio Products
New operating systems add amazing new features and security to our world but that can often come at the cost of compatibility with our current software and drivers, many of which are vital pieces to a studio or DJ setup. While software and hardware drivers can be updated to account for the changes in a new operating system, this is not always immediate. To prevent any downtime waiting for an update, it's much easier check the compatibility of your gear before making the jump.

M-Audio Code Series - How to Install Firmware Update 1.2.3 for VIP and Omni Channel Support
The M-Audio Code Series is a family of full-featured keyboard controllers that combine features for both studio production and performance, now including support for the illustrious VIP software. This guide will discuss how to upgrade your Code keyboard to the latest firmware to add support for the VIP software and other features.

M-Audio Hammer 88 - Getting Started with Skoove
M-Audio's new Hammer 88 is an affordable, fully weighted, hammer-action keyboard for professional and semi-pro players or students looking for a realistic grand piano feel to use with virtual instruments or sound modules. This guide will show you how to get started using your Hammer 88 with Skoove.

M-Audio Oxygen (MKIV) Series - Downloading, Installing, and Authorizing the Included Software
The M-Audio Oxygen 25 (MKIV), Oxygen 49 (MKIV), and Oxygen 61 (MKIV) are professional pad and keyboard controllers designed for hands-on software control, sequencing, and performance. Included with every Oxygen Series keyboard is a software bundle that includes Ableton Live 9 Lite and SONiVOX Twist Spectral Morphing Synthesizer. This guide walks through registering, downloading, and installing the included software.

M-Audio Hammer 88 - Frequently Asked Questions
The M-Audio Hammer 88 is a USB/MIDI keyboard controller with 88 hammer-weighted, velocity sensitive keys. This article answers some of the common questions about the features and functionality of the M-Audio Hammer 88.

Understanding Frequency Response - Why it Matters
The concepts of frequency response, frequency range, audible frequencies, how frequency relates to musical notes, etc. are absolutely central to understanding how audio equipment makes, reproduces or records sound and how that sound is related to the live sound produced by singers and instrumentalists.





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