Axiom 49 - Advanced 49-Key Semi-Weighted USB MIDI Controller

Minimum System Requirements (PC)

Windows XP (SP3)*
800 MHz Intel or AMD**
256 MB RAM
Windows Vista 32 , 64bit (SP1) / Win7 32, 64bit
1 GHz Intel or AMD**
1 GB RAM
DirectX 10 or higher
Windows 7
1 GHz Intel or AMD**
1 GB RAM
DirectX 10 or higher
* Home and Professional Edition only. Windows Media Center Edition is not supported.
** CPU may be higher for laptops.
Please check the minimum system requirements for your software, as they may be greater than the above.

Minimum System Requirements (Mac)

Mac OS X 10.5.8 or 10.6.1
Intel Core Duo
1 GB RAM

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Reviews
“The Axiom's major features as a keyboard controller are solid and as they should be. The added features of knobs, sliders, and drum pads make it a creative tool. The 20 user preset layouts are the killer feature - I can jump between Reason & Pro Tools and use the Axiom fully for both.”
- Joe Randeen, HowAudio.com
"M-Audio's modus operandi has always been to out-feature...the competition, and their MIDI keyboards tend to offer not just the generous quantity of controls for the price, but impressive flexibility, and clarity about what's going on, when it's time to program them."
- Keyboard, February 2007
“(The Axiom 25) boasts channel aftertouch and an excellent feel, and I reveled in what I reckoned to be the perfect compromise between a weighted piano action and the lighter response of a typical synth.”
- Sound On Sound, Vol 21, # 8