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Evolution MK-425C (early 2000s) 98SE / XP / OSX / OS9
« on: November 07, 2016, 03:40:31 AM »
http://web.archive.org/web/20041214195111/http://m-audio.com/products/en_us/MK425C-main.html
http://web.archive.org/web/20041213204552/http://www.m-audio.com/products/en_us/MK425C-focus.html
pc drivers: http://web.archive.org/web/20051104063940/http://www.evolution.co.uk:80/pub/usbdriverspc.zip
mac drivers: http://web.archive.org/web/20060217010945/http://www.evolution.co.uk:80/support/drivers/drivers_mac.php


USD 189.95MSRP

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The Evolution MK-4251C is a 2-octave USB MIDI controller that’s small enough to put in a backpack with your laptop. 8 assignable rotary knobs, 10 assignable buttons and 25 full-size touch sensitive keys make it a perfect compliment for controlling software like Reason and Live. The sustain pedal, pitch bend and modulation wheels are all fully assignable too—a total of 21 assignable controllers. The MK-425C has 10 memory locations to store your configurations—and it comes already set up for your favorite music software. The keypad and backlit LCD even allow you to program while you play—an Evolution exclusive. USB powered design allows you to make music with your laptop anytime, anywhere

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compatibility
windows XP + OSX class compliant
VST
OMS
DXi

minimum system requirements (PC)
windows 98/ME/2000/XP
Pentium II 300Mhz; 128MB RAM
USB port
Approved MME or ASIO compliant soundcard

minimum system requirements (MAC)
iMac, G3 or better with USB
OS9 or OSX

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25 full-size touch sensitive keys
   8 assignable rotary knobs
   10 assignable buttons
   transposition for 10 octave access
   assignable pitch bend, modulation wheel and sustain pedal input
   total of 21 assignable controllers, each with independent channel assign
   controller mute function allows positioning before tweaking
   snapshot mode sends all controller values simultaneously
   drawbar mode for sliders allows realistic control of classic organ sounds
   10 memory locations preconfigured for popular software
   keypad and backlit LCD for data entry while you play
   global channel assign allows controllers to command up to 16 different channels at the touch of a button
   RPN/NRPN and pre-programmed sys-ex messages for SoundBlaster, XG and GM-compatible soundcards
   MIDI Out delivers MIDI from keyboard or computer
   powered via USB or optional power supply
   class compliant—no drivers required using Windows XP or Mac OSX
   sys-ex memory dump
   operates with music software or standalone with MIDI gear
   sys-ex librarian software loads, saves any combination of setups for your studio (PC only)
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