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Old 26th June 2012 , 10:50 AM
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Lightbulb M-Audio Oxygen 88 Button Midi Signal

Hi guys,
I have recently bought an oxygen 88 from DV. Very happy with everything so far, plays really nicely and the functionality is great. Only problem is that when I am trying to map the buttons underneath the sliders (C18-26) they all send the same midi signal, so any one of them will trigger the initial mapping I have put on the button on mainstage. Does anyone know whether this is a simple fix problem or whether there is something wrong with my machine?
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