Evolution MIDI Controller (MK-425C)

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digital-cloud
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Evolution MIDI Controller (MK-425C)

Post by digital-cloud » Thu Jun 15, 2006 8:54 pm

Hi all,

Just bought myself an Evolution MIDI Controller MK-425C, off a mate.. to find the CD is snapped.. great. I ddnt pay much so cant complain..

So, bashed in 'Evolution.co.uk' To find its pretty dead.. so now i have a midi controller, with no software.

Anybody got any ideas?

Im a newbie to all this stuff.. and im a newbie in need of help! lol

Thanks in advance,

DC

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Post by capes » Thu Jun 15, 2006 10:34 pm

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Re: Evolution MIDI Controller (MK-425C)

Post by forensix (mcr) » Fri Jun 16, 2006 8:51 am

digital-cloud wrote:Hi all,

Just bought myself an Evolution MIDI Controller MK-425C, off a mate.. to find the CD is snapped.. great. I ddnt pay much so cant complain..

So, bashed in 'Evolution.co.uk' To find its pretty dead.. so now i have a midi controller, with no software.

Anybody got any ideas?

Im a newbie to all this stuff.. and im a newbie in need of help! lol

Thanks in advance,

DC
thats the one i use if you have any problems i'll upload the drivers for you but mine worked plug and play, plugged it in then played

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Post by robotic » Fri Jun 16, 2006 10:26 am

yeh standard driver for this1 built into windows xp and os x... don't need to install any software.

digital-cloud
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Post by digital-cloud » Fri Jun 16, 2006 1:27 pm

just found the drivers of m-audio, thanks :)

All works nicely.. now i just gotta get used to it lol :lol:

Thanks again

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