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M-Audio Axiom 25

M-Audio Axiom 25
alaScore 83

25 reviews

Aug, 2014

  • No negative mentions yet

alaTest has collected and analyzed 25 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the design. The reliability is also appreciated, whereas there are some mixed comments about the value for money.

build quality, reliability, design

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Keyboards the M-Audio Axiom 25 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 83/100 = Very good quality.

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(Based on 25 reviews)

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Expensive, but worth it

 

Sick.

Clean, sturdy, great functionality

Steep learning curve. But thats the price you have to pay for crazy functionality

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Ridiculous!

 

User manual doesn't explain how to connect MIDI device to all Multi-Track/Studio Co. Software, the selection is limited but you can troubleshoot that type of problem.

Very good controller, especially when used with FL Studio 8. Weighted keys are actually a really good feature and everything feels legit, Studio Quality. In addition, very decent programming interface

12V Adapter not included. (cheap- just get one) ; There aren't any true cons that I have come across with using this product

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Not bad

 

I have the 61-key version, which is identical except for the number of keys (DUH) and 9 sliders not present on the 25 key version. The sliders are cheapo, the endless rotary knobs (present on all versions) are excellent.

One of the best controllers available. Excellent programing fearures, endless rotary knobs, works very well with Reason. Relatively heavy (that's a good thing). Decent drum pads. Definitely worth the money, but there is room for improvement

The keys, while far superior to cheaper controllers, still not quite as good as real synthesizers (Triton/Motif). Keys a bit noisy. Drum pads are OK, but not quite MPC quality

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My 2nd Favorite Small Scale Midi Keyboard

 

This is my 2nd favorite keyboard because of it's feel. The keys feel SO good, and the pads rock, though the knobs are nothing special. I use this as my secondary small scale keyboard, and the Rolan...

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Axiom is one of the better midi keyboards

 

For the price, which is pretty high. But its worth the buy! There are a lot of midi keyboards on the market today and to me a lot of them basically have the same options but this one actually has a...

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Excellent small midi controller

 

By far my favorite thing about this unit is the keys. They feel real. The weighting is much better than other controllers. It gives that real piano feeling that I need when I track. The pads on...

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User review M-Audio Axiom 25 by Kierkes on Audiofanzine

 

The Axiom is a piece of magic. Unfortunately for my spoilt keyboardist self, the lowest I can ever deal with happily is 61 keys, and the Axiom 61 is considerably more expensive than the 25. However...

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User review M-Audio Axiom 25 by moosers on Audiofanzine

 

As far as 25 key MIDI controllers go, the M-Audio Axiom 25 is definitley one of the best ones on the market. It's got all of the parameters that you'd want, including the trigger pads, which are p...

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M-Audio Axiom 25 Red Special Edition

 

This is, um, red. Actually very red. Very, very red. Actually I think it's limited edition. It has 25 keys, eight trigger pads, eight rotary encoder knobs (the endless kind) and an LCD display.I paid about $180 smackers for this unit at Music123.com. I...

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User review M-Audio Axiom 25 by acav802 on Audiofanzine

 

I have used the Axiom 25 almost every day for 2.5 years and feel like its been worth every penny. The fact that it's so lightweight and portable makes it a great keyboard to own. It was my first MI...

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