The M-Audio® Axiom® Pro 25 keyboard controller
builds on the acclaimed Axiom 25, delivering premium TruTouch™ action,
proprietary HyperControl™ MIDI mapping technology and other
cutting-edge enhancements in a compact model perfect for tight spaces.
HyperControl automatically maps the keyboard’s 28 controls to commonly
accessed parameters in digital audio workstations including Pro Tools®,
Cubase, Logic and Reason*, as well as software instruments. The
constant two-way link with your host DAW means the keyboard’s controls
are always in sync with your software’s active parameters.
intuitive graphic LCD constantly updates the current values, which
ensures seamless editing and prevents parameter jumps—even when
plug-ins are closed. Toggle instantly between Mixer and Instrument
control modes. Map buttons to send QWERTY key commands right from the
Axiom Pro 25. Save settings to 50 memory locations—each with four
profiles of quick recall via the intuitive graphic LCD. Now you can
control your entire session right from your Axiom Pro 25.
Enhanced DAW Integration with HyperControl Technology
Thanks to revolutionary M-Audio HyperControl technology, your
Axiom Pro 25 controller will automatically map to commonly used
parameters of popular software instruments and digital audio
workstations including Pro Tools, Cubase, Logic and Reason* systems.
HyperControl updates the virtual instrument or track parameter mappings
of each control in real time as you sequence—it doesn’t get any easier.
The HyperControl Difference
While other controllers offer
mapping, only the M-Audio Axiom Pro line has HyperControl technology.
HyperControl synchronizes Axiom Pro with your DAW, ensuring that your
hardware and software collaborate to form a single work environment.
The technology utilizes the Axiom Pro 25 graphic LCD to group software
controls together in a modular fashion. Similar controls are organized
in named groups and accessed via four dedicated softkeys, which are
continually updated to reflect the mapped parameters.
DAW Transport and Track NavigationExpressive Playability
The six dedicated transport buttons on the Axiom Pro 25 controller give
you immediate hands-on access to all of your host DAW’s playback and
recording controls. Unlike other all-or-nothing systems, Axiom Pro 25
also features a transport-only mode. This option lets you access DAW
transports and track navigation via HyperControl technology, while
creating and controlling your own custom MIDI assignments for the
trigger pads, buttons and encoders.
With great feel in a lightweight chassis, the Axiom Pro 25 controller
provides a new level of creative inspiration. The M-Audio TruTouch™
keybed combines professional semi-weighted action with advanced
high-speed keybed scanning technology for an ultra-expressive playing
experience. Assignable aftertouch adds an extra measure of expression
The Ultimate Pro Tools Keyboard Controller
Whether you are working on a Pro Tools M-Powered™, Pro Tools LE® or Pro
Tools|HD® system, the Axiom Pro MIDI controllers set a new standard for
Pro Tools keyboard control. Advanced M-Audio HyperControl technology
puts instant access to all of your Pro Tools parameters at your
fingertips—including mixing, individual track functionality, and
unparalleled control of virtual instruments such as Xpand!, Strike and
The Axiom Pro keyboard controller line is the first to combine MIDI
control with ASCII keystrokes. You can assign any button on Axiom Pro 25 to send ASCII messages accessing any of the available QWERTY
keyboard shortcuts within your host DAW. Imagine the possibilities with
Copy, Paste, Duplicate, New Track—anything you want to assign.
Complete MIDI Control
Axiom Pro 25 has an amazing 28 MIDI-assignable controls, putting
complete session control in one place. The eight velocity-sensitive
trigger pads integrate acclaimed M-Audio Trigger Finger technology for
laying down rhythm tracks or triggering loops and samples. Smoothly
control parameters like filters, EQ and panning with the eight rotary
encoder knobs. The keyboard’s extensive controllers also include a
data/octave button, pitch bend and mod wheels, aftertouch and dual
assignable pedal jacks. In addition to USB connectivity, you’ll also
find traditional MIDI In and MIDI Out ports for connecting external
The Axiom Pro 25 keyboard has 50 memory locations—each with four
quick-access profiles of controller assignments—allowing you to easily
create and manage your own extensive library of presets with
unprecedented power, ease and flexibility.
28 MIDI-assignable controls in total
25-note, TruTouch semi-weighted, piano-style, professional-action keybed
proprietary HyperControl MIDI mapping and host control
- automatically maps controllers to popular DAWs and software instruments—and maintains a constant live link between them
- compatible with digital audio workstations including Pro Tools®, Cubase, Logic and Reason
- graphic LCD groups and names controls modularly with 4 dedicated profiles per group for easy recall
- dedicated button toggles between Mixer and Instrument control modes
- Transport-only mode option enables DAW transport control and track navigation combined with user MIDI controller mappings
- ASCII messages for software keyboard shortcuts
8 non-detented rotary encoders
8 velocity-sensitive trigger pads
6 transport buttons
1 sustain pedal socket
1 expression pedal socket
1 data/octave button
pitch bend and modulation wheels
Minimum System Requirements (PC)
|Windows XP (SP3)*
|800MHz or higher, 256MB RAM
|DirectX 9.0b or higher
|Windows Vista SP2 (32Bit , 64 Bit) / Win7 (32Bit , 64 Bit)
|1GHz or higher, 1GB RAM
|DirectX 10 or higher
| *Home and Professional Edition only. Windows Media Center Edition is not currently supported.
M-Audio recommends you also check the minimum system requirements for your software, as they may be greater than the above.
Minimum System Requirements (Mac)
|Mac OS X 10.4.9
|G4**, 733MHz, 512MB RAM
|Mac OS X 10.5.0
|G4**, 867MHz, 768MB RAM
| **Native USB port required; G3/G4 accelerator cards not supported.
M-Audio recommends you also check the minimum system requirements for your software, as they may be greater than the above