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What is HyperControl? . .
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HyperControl Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Reason 4.0 Software. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Axiom Pro Hardware. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
HyperControl Installation. .
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Windows XP, Vista and Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger) users. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Controlling Reason through Axiom Pro and HyperControl . .
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Axiom Pro Hardware Controls. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Using Reason with HyperControl. .
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General Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
HyperControl Display and Soft-Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
The Transport ‘Track’. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Reason Device Mappings. .
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Mixer Devices. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Mixer 14:2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Mixer 6:2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Instrument Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Subtractor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Thor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Synth Sub-Menu Pages: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
FX Sub-Menu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Modulation Sub-Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Arpeggiator Sub-Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Malström. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
NN19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
NN-XT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Dr. Rex. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Redrum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Effects Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
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What is HyperControl?
HyperControl is a powerful new technology that automatically maps your Axiom Pro controls (i.e., knobs, buttons, sliders 1, etc.) to the
on-screen controls of Reason. This helps you make music more quickly since you no longer have to perform the tedious and timeconsuming task of assigning MIDI controls.
Furthermore, since HyperControl is a two-way communication protocol, your Axiom Pro hardware and Reason software always
remain synchronized to each other. For example, if a knob is turned on Axiom Pro, its corresponding knob in Reason will update. Alternatively, if an on-screen knob is turned within Reason (using the mouse), the corresponding knob position of Axiom Pro (as shown
on the LCD display) updates as well. If a new Reason Device is selected (or a different patch within the same Device), the parameter
names and various button, knob, and slider 1 positions automatically update on the Axiom Pro display. This makes Axiom Pro feel
like a “dedicated” hardware controller since the knobs and LCD screen are tightly integrated with Reason and always reflect what is
currently happening within the application.
Finally, the Axiom Pro controller can generate more than just MIDI commands—ASCII keystrokes can also be sent, emulating Reason
keyboard shortcuts. This allows the controller to have “deep” integration into Reason, and allows things like copy, undo and many
other features to be controlled right from Axiom Pro. This minimizes the amount of time you must spend using the mouse to control
your software.
In short, these features let you use Reason more intuitively and give you more “hands on” control of your software to inspire your
creativity.
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HyperControl Requirements
Reason 4.0 Software:
Please note that HyperControl requires Reason version 4.0 or later. Earlier versions of Reason do not support HyperControl
technology. Axiom Pro Hardware:
HyperControl requires the presence of an Axiom Pro controller on your computer and this document assumes your Axiom Pro
keyboard has already been installed and connected to your system. To learn more about this installation procedure, please see
the Axiom Pro Quick Start Guide.
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HyperControl Installation
✓NOTE: If Reason is running, close the application before beginning the HyperControl installation procedure. The
instructions below will indicate when Reason should be launched.
1.HyperControl technology requires Axiom Pro “personality” files to be added into some of the Reason sub-folders. To install
this file, run the M-Audio Reason HyperControl Installer and follow the on-screen instructions.
2. Once the installation is complete, launch Reason.
3. Windows XP/Vista Users: Mac OS X Users: Select “Preferences…” from the ‘Edit’ menu
Select “Preferences…” from the ‘Reason’ menu.
4. Click the “Page” drop-down menu and select “Keyboard and Control Surfaces” .
5. Click “Auto-Detect Surfaces”. Reason should find Axiom Pro automatically. If Axiom Pro is automatically detected, the configuration process is complete and Reason can now be controlled with .
Axiom Pro using HyperControl technology. Close the Preferences window and continue to the next section of this .
User Guide. If Reason does not automatically detect Axiom Pro, continue to steps 6-10.
6. Click “Add” to manually add Axiom Pro as a Reason control surface.
7. Select “M-Audio” from the “Manufacturer” drop-down menu.
8. From the “Model” drop-down menu, select the Axiom Pro 25, 49, or 61 model that corresponds to your controller.
9. Select “Axiom Pro HyperControl 2 ” from the “Controls In Port” and “Controls Out Port” drop-down menus.
10. Select “Axiom Pro USB A 2 ” from the “Keyboard Port” drop-down menu.
Once the steps above are completed, click “OK.” You can now control Reason with your Axiom Pro using HyperControl
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Windows XP, Vista and Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger) users:
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When using Axiom Pro class-compliant (i.e. without installing the M-Audio driver) in Windows XP/Vista or in
Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger), the Axiom Pro MIDI ports will not be displayed with their proper port names. Windows XP or Vista users:
Please follow the driver installation instructions found in the printed Quick Start Guide. Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger) users:
No Mac drivers are available, since the class-compliant MIDI driver built into Mac OS X supports all features of Axiom Pro. Please see the table below for more information on port naming.
Axiom Pro Class-Compliant Port Names per Operating System
Macintosh
Axiom Pro MIDI Input Ports
Mac OS X 10.4 MIDI Input Ports
Mac OS X 10.5 MIDI Input Ports
Axiom Pro 61 USB A In
Axiom Pro 61 Port 1
Axiom Pro 61 USB A In
Axiom Pro 61 HyperControl In
Axiom Pro 61 Port 2
Axiom Pro 61 HyperControl In
Axiom Pro 61 MIDI In
Axiom Pro 61 Port 3
Axiom Pro 61 MIDI In
Axiom Pro 613 USB B In
Axiom Pro 61 Port 4
Axiom Pro 61 USB B In
Axiom Pro MIDI Output Ports
Mac OS X 10.4 MIDI Output Ports
Mac OS X 10.5 MIDI Output Ports
Axiom Pro 61 MIDI Out
Axiom Pro 61 Port 1
Axiom Pro 61 MIDI Out
Axiom Pro 61 HyperControl Out
Axiom Pro 61 Port 2
Axiom Pro 61 HyperControl Out
Axiom Pro MIDI Input Ports
Windows XP MIDI Input Ports
Windows Vista MIDI Input Ports
Axiom Pro 61 USB A In
USB Audio Device
Axiom Pro 61
Axiom Pro 61 HyperControl In
USB Audio Device [2]
MIDIIN2 Axiom Pro 61
Axiom Pro 61 MIDI In
USB Audio Device [3]
MIDIIN3 Axiom Pro 61
Axiom Pro 613 USB B In
USB Audio Device [4]
MIDIIN4 Axiom Pro 61
Axiom Pro MIDI Output Ports
Windows XP MIDI Output Ports
Windows Vista MIDI Output Ports
Axiom Pro 61 MIDI Out
USB Audio Device
Axiom Pro 61
Axiom Pro 61 HyperControl Out
USB Audio Device [2]
MIDIOUT2 Axiom Pro 61
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These MIDI port names will display the corresponding number of keys, based on the Axiom Pro model you use: 25, 49 or 61.
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Controlling Reason through Axiom Pro and HyperControl
Reason includes a variety of different “Devices” that can be created and added to your “virtual rack” of equipment. New Devices
are selected from the “Create” menu and fall under three basic categories:
• Mixers – Mixer Devices include the Mixer 14:2 and the Line Mixer 6:2.
• Instruments – Instrument Devices include Subtractor, Thor, Malström, NN19, NN-XT, Dr. Rex, Redrum, Matrix and RPG-8.
• Effects – Effects Devices includes all of the Devices between “MClass” and “Spider” in the Create drop-down menu.
When using HyperControl, the functionality of the Axiom Pro sliders 4, encoders knobs and slider buttons 4 will vary depending
on the Device track that is selected within the Reason Sequencer. For example, if you have a new song with one NN-XT Device
and one Thor Device, the Reason sequencer will have a track for each of those Devices. Selecting the “NN-XT” sequencer
track will result in HyperControl (and Axiom Pro) “focusing” on the NN-XT Device, whereas selecting the Thor track will shift the
HyperControl focus to the Thor Device. The Device that is in focus will have the Axiom Pro controls (encoder knobs, sliders 4,
etc.) and LCD screen update to match the parameters of that device (this is covered in greater detail later in this User Guide).
! IMPORTANT: To control a Reason Device using HyperControl, the Device must
be assigned to a sequencer track; If a sequencer track is not assigned to a Device,
HyperControl will not be able to control that Device.
When you create instrument Devices, a sequencer track is automatically created and
assigned to that Device. However, when you create Mixer and Effects Devices, a
sequencer track is not automatically created for those Devices. To create a track for these
types of Devices, right-click on the Device (Ctrl-Click for Mac OS X users) and select
“Create Track” from the bottom of the context menu which appears.
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1.Slider Buttons 5 – The functionality of the slider buttons varies depending on the selected Device (i.e., the device that is
selected in the Sequencer):
• Mixer Devices:
By default, these buttons mute/un-mute mixer tracks. However, pressing the Flip button 4 will toggle the functionality
of the slider buttons and allows you to solo/un-solo mixer tracks.
• Instrument Devices:
The functionality of the slider buttons varies depending on what instrument Device is currently selected. The
“Instrument Devices” section of this User Guide covers individual devices in greater detail.
• Effects Devices:
The slider buttons are unused on effects Devices.
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Sliders 5 – The functionality of the sliders varies depending on the selected Device:
• Mixer Devices:
The sliders control channel volume. Note that the 14:2 Mixer has 14 channels whereas Axiom Pro only has eight
sliders (not including the Master slider which is described below). When using the 14:2 mixer, use F-Keys F6 and F7
(F1+F2 and F1+F3 for Axiom Pro 25 users) to access mixer channels 1-8 and 9-14, respectively.
• Instrument Devices:
When controlling instrument Devices, the sliders cover some of the most commonly used controls for each Reason
instrument. The “Instrument Devices” section of this User Guide contains for more information about how the sliders
work with each specific instrument Device.
✓NOTE: As soon as one of the Soft-Keys 6 is pressed to select a Control Page, the
sliders will no longer be mapped to their default on-screen controls. To map the sliders,
press the Flip button 4 , in which case the sliders will take on the mappings currently
assigned to the encoders.
• Effects Devices:
For most effects Devices, the sliders are unmapped. Press the Flip button 4 , if you prefer to use the sliders instead of
the encoder knobs to edit Effects device parameters
About Flipped Faders mode: HyperControl features a “Flipped Faders” mode that allows you to use the sliders to
control the parameters of a device instead of the encoder knobs. Please see the Flip Button description below to learn
how to use this feature.
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Master Slider 6 – In most cases, the Master slider will control the Master Volume of the selected Device.
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Flip Button 6 – The functionality of the Flip button varies depending on the selected Device:
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•Mixer Devices:
The Flip button toggles the mode of the slider buttons between Track Mute and Track Solo.
• Instrument and Effects Devices:
For instrument and effects Devices, the Flip button will switch the parameter mappings between the encoders and the
sliders. When the mapping is switched to the sliders, the Flip button is illuminated. ✓NOTE: The Flip Faders option is only available when you have accessed a Device submenu using one of the Soft-Keys; the “default” assignments that are loaded after selecting
a Device sequencer track cannot be flipped. For more information about slider and
encoder assignments, see the “Instrument Devices” and “Effects Devices” sections of this
User Guide.
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Encoder Knobs – The functionality of the encoder knobs varies depending on the selected Device:
• Mixer Devices:
Encoder assignments are determined by the Soft-Keys 6 . The default assignment is “Pan,” however, pressing
Soft-Keys 1-3 will switch the encoders to control EQ, and aux send parameters, respectively. Note that the EQ (Soft-Key 2) and Aux (Soft-Key 3) parameters have multiple pages of parameters that can be
accessed by repeatedly pressing Soft-Keys 2-3. For example, to control the Aux 4 knob of track 1 in the 14:2 Mixer,
press Soft-Key 4 (Aux) four times until ‘1-8Aux 4’ appears on the top-right of the screen, then turn encoder E1.
• Instrument and Effects Devices:
When selecting an instrument or effects Device, the encoder knobs map to a selection of some of the most useful
parameters throughout the Device. Pressing Soft-Keys 1-4 allows you to shift the focus to more specific sections or
groups of parameters within the Device (i.e., only the oscillators, filters, etc.) This provides in-depth control of a feature
sub-set of the Device.
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he “Instrument Devices” and “Effects Devices” sections of this User Guide provide detailed encoder assignment
tables for instrument and effects Devices, respectively.
✓TIP: If an instrument or effects Device contains more than one page of parameters,
repeatedly pressing a Soft-Key allows you to step through all of its additional pages.
For example, when using Subtractor, pressing Soft-Key 1 (Oscs) lets you toggle
between the two oscillators contained within Subtractor.
6.Soft-Keys – These four buttons access the HyperControl menus (known as “Pages”) displayed along the bottom of the
LCD screen. Each page contains various parameters corresponding to the on-screen parameters of Reason Devices. If a selected device has more than one page of parameters, repeatedly pressing its corresponding Soft-Key will step
through the various other pages of parameters relating to that Soft-Key. For example, the 14:2 Mixer Device has four aux
send knobs; Pressing Soft-Key 3 (Aux) allows you to step through the pages relating to those four knobs.
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Transport Controls – These buttons map to the Reason Transport.
Axiom Pro Control Functionality within Reason
Loop. This button engages and disengages looping between the Left Locator and Right
Locator positions as specified in the Reason transport. The button is illuminated when
looping is engaged.
Rewind. Tapping this button will move the song position backwards one bar. Holding this
button will rewind the Reason transport until the button is released.
Fast Forward. Tapping this button will move the song position forward one bar. Holding this
button will fast forward the Reason transport until the button is released.
Stop. This buttons stops recording or playback.
Play. This button starts playback.
Record. This button begins recording in Reason.
8.F-Keys – These buttons let you navigate through Reason and let you accomplish tasks without using your computer’s
mouse or keyboard.
✓Axiom Pro 25 Users:
Due to space limitations, Axiom Pro 25 does not feature dedicated F-Keys. Instead, the Soft-Keys on the bottom
row can be converted to F-Keys by pressing the “F-Keys” Function button on the top row. Note that .
Axiom Pro 25 only has hardware buttons for F-Keys 1-4 (the functions for F-Keys F5-F7 can be accessed by
simultaneously holding F-Key F1 and pressing F2-F4).
•F1 (Mode) – On Axiom Pro 25, holding this button while pressing F2-F4 lets you perform the functionality of the F5-F7
keys, respectively. This button is not used on Axiom Pro 49 and 61 when HyperControl is being used to control Reason.
• F2 (< Track) – This button selects and record-enables the previous track within Reason. For example, if track 8 is
currently selected, pressing this button will select track 7 and enable recording for that track. The currently selected
sequencer track is highlighted in dark gray.
• F3 (Track >) – This button selects and record-enables the next track within Reason. For example, if track 1 is currently
selected, pressing this button will select track 2 and enable recording for that track. The currently selected sequencer
track is highlighted in dark gray.
• F4 (Mute) – This button mutes the sequencer track that is currently selected.
• F5 (Solo) – This button solos the sequencer track that is currently selected.
✓Axiom Pro 25 Users: Holding Mode (F1) and pressing F4 will replicate the function of F5.
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•F6 (< Bank) – When controlling the 14:2 Mixer or Redrum, this
button lets you select the leftmost bank of tracks.
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✓ Why do I need patches?
When controlling other Reason Devices that can store patches, the
F6 button lets you select the previous patch.
Doesn’t HyperControl assign controls
✓Axiom Pro 25 Users:
Holding Mode (F1) and pressing F2 will replicate the function .
of F6.
HyperControl technology automatically
automatically?
handles the assignment of most Axiom Pro
controls and in many cases, you will not
need to load or save any Axiom Pro patches. • F7 (Bank >) – When controlling the 14:2 Mixer or Redrum, this
button lets you select the rightmost bank of tracks.
However, HyperControl technology does
not assign the performance controls (drum
When controlling other Reason Devices that can store patches, the
F7 button lets you select the next patch.
pads, keyboard zones, sustain/expression
✓Axiom Pro 25 Users:
Holding Mode (F1) and pressing F3 will replicate the function .
of F7.
The numerical keypad is not automatically
pedals, etc.) and the numerical keypad 7. assigned, so that you can still customize
some of the Axiom Pro controls to your
preference even if HyperControl is in
9.Load Button – This button brings up a prompt allowing you to load
stored Axiom Pro patches. Loading of patches is covered in the
“Function Buttons and Soft Keys” section of the Axiom Pro User Guide.
use. For example, you can assign Reason
keyboard shortcuts to the buttons of
the Axiom Pro keypad. Before you begin
customizing the keypad, note that Axiom
Save Button – This button brings up a prompt allowing you to save the
current settings of your Axiom Pro. Saving of patches is covered in the
“Function Buttons and Soft Keys” section of the Axiom Pro User Guide.
Hold (Load + Save Buttons) – By default, the LCD screen displays
the position and status of the last control that was moved. For example,
if the screen is displaying the status of the drum pad group and you
turn an encoder knob, the LCD will immediately switch to the encoder
group, highlight the encoder that was turned, and display that encoder’s
associated parameter and value on the lower-left side of the screen.
Whenever you change pages using the Soft-Keys, the LCD screen
displays the parameter names assigned to each encoder knob. In certain cases, you may wish to ”hold” this information on the
LCD screen, preventing the screen from changing to a graphical
representation when a control is moved. To do this, simultaneously
press and hold the Save and Load buttons. When the display is locked, if you move a control outside the “locked”
group, you will still see the control’s parameter name and value in the
display, but the text on the LCD Screen will remain in place. Pressing the Save and Load buttons again will disable the Hold feature. Pro ships from the factory with a number of
useful patches that may already assign the
numerical keypad to functions you wish to
use. Please see Appendix A at the end of
the Axiom Pro User Guide to learn how each
factory patch is configured.
The performance controls are not
automatically assigned by HyperControl
so that you can set note, zone, and other
assignments to your preference. For
example, your virtual instrument may require
you to assign the pads to send specific
MIDI note or velocity values. Alternatively,
you may wish to configure keyboard zones
in a specific way to help you accomplish a
specific task. This can be done through Edit
mode on Axiom Pro. Please see the Axiom
Pro User Guide to learn how to do this.
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Edit Button – This button lets you enter and exit Edit Mode. When using HyperControl, many of the Axiom Pro controls (i.e., buttons, knobs, sliders 8, transport controls, etc.) are
automatically assigned to the on-screen controls of your software. These automatic assignments cannot be edited. However, you can customize the numerical keypad 8 12 and performance controls (the drum pads, keyboard zones, sustain/
expression pedals, etc.) to your personal preference by using Edit Mode.
This mode is covered in greater detail in the “Edit Mode” section of the Axiom Pro User Guide.
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OTE: It is possible to set HyperControl to only map the Axiom Pro transport controls
to your software while allowing all other control groups (encoder knobs, sliders 8, buttons,
etc.) to function like a traditional MIDI controller. This is useful for users who have created
their own fully-customized Axiom Pro patches for their audio applications but would still
like Axiom Pro transport controls to automatically map to the software that they are using.
To do this, enter Edit Mode and change the “HyperControl” parameter (of the main menu) from “Normal” to “Transport.” For
more information, see the “Edit Mode” section of the Axiom Pro User Guide.
Note that HyperControl “Transport” and “Normal” modes can be toggled on the fly while HyperControl is active. This lets
you switch between “normal” HyperControl assignments and an additional set of your own custom controller assignments
that you can specifically tailor to your needs. This gives you even more hands-on control over Reason features you
frequently use. 11.Zone/Grp Button – This button switches the functionality of the buttons beneath the sliders (on Axiom Pro 49/61) or
Transport Control (on Axiom Pro 25) and allows you to select the Performance Groups and Zones. When the button is not
illuminated (i.e., not pressed), the associated buttons send out HyperControl commands. When the button is pressed, it
becomes illuminated, and the associated buttons can then be used to activate/deactivate Zones and Groups. The “Edit
Mode > Zones” section of the Axiom Pro User Guide covers this subject in greater detail.
Peek (Edit + Zone/Grp Buttons) – You can return to view knob assignments at any time by simultaneously pressing the
Edit and Zone/Grp buttons. For example, if knob positions are being displayed on screen but you would like to return to the
top level screen that shows the encoder assignments press the Edit and Zone/Grp buttons.
The Peek function also lets you check the current value of a specific knob without changing its corresponding Reason
parameter. To do this, press and hold the Edit and Zone/Grp buttons while moving the desired control. This will list the
moved control’s current value without causing any changes to your Reason Device.
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12.Numerical Keypad 9 – The numerical keypad buttons can be programmed to send MIDI commands as well as ASCII
keystrokes (just like a computer keyboard). These ASCII keystrokes can correspond to your audio application’s “keyboard
shortcuts” allowing you to access various features of your software straight from Axiom Pro (i.e., without having to touch
your computer keyboard).
Axiom Pro ships with a variety of pre-programmed patches that map these buttons to popular audio applications (a detailed
list of these patches can be found in Appendix A of the Axiom Pro User Guide). For example, when using HyperControl
with Reason, the numerical keypad can be used to perform the following by loading patch 17 (Mac users) or patch 18 .
(PC users):
Axiom Pro Keypad
Shortcut within Reason
(Patch 17 for Mac OS X; Patch 18 for Windows)
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Save song
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Undo
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Toggle click on/off
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Toggle quantize on/off
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Zoom out horizontal
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Zoom in horizontal
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Expand Sequencer
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Go to L locator point
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Go to R locator point
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Decrease tempo
0
Go to song start
+ (Plus)
Increase tempo
See the “Edit Mode > Control” section of the Axiom Pro User Guide to learn how to make customized patches for these
buttons.
✓ TIP: W
hen working in Edit Mode, these buttons allow Axiom Pro 49/61 users to enter
numerical values quickly. Axiom Pro 25 users can enter values by using the black
piano keys (the keys range from 0-9 as you move from left to right on the keyboard).
9
Only available on Axiom Pro 49/61.
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Using Reason with HyperControl
General Overview
HyperControl is designed to give you intuitive, “hands-on” control of the Sequencer and Devices within Reason. The Transport Controls 7 give you instant access to the Reason transport and let you start, stop, record, loop, fast-forward, and
rewind straight from Axiom Pro:
The F1-F7 F-Keys (F1-F4 on Axiom Pro 25) 8 let you select, solo, and mute tracks within your Reason song without having to
use the mouse. When a track is selected using the F2-F3 (Track) keys, the track is highlighted in dark gray within the Reason
sequencer and it is automatically record-enabled to help you begin recording quickly. These keys are covered in further detail in
the “Axiom Pro Hardware Controls” section of this guide.
Many of the other Axiom Pro controls (buttons, encoder knobs, sliders 10, etc.) automatically adjust their functionality depending on
the Device that is currently selected within the Reason Sequencer. If you select a different track (i.e., a different Device), the LCD
screen will update to show a list of new parameters that are associated with the track you have just selected. These parameters
are now controlled by the encoder knobs 5 . If any of the Axiom Pro controls (i.e., pads, sliders 10, knobs, or numerical keypad 10 ) are moved, the LCD screen will update to
show the position of the moved control and its group. If you would like to return to the default screen that shows the assignment of each encoder knob, simultaneously press the “Edit”
and “Zone/Grp” buttons on Axiom Pro to activate “Peek” mode. Alternatively, if you would like to lock the center section of a
page and prevent it from changing, simultaneously press and hold the Load and Save buttons to activate “Lock” mode.
10
Only available on Axiom Pro 49/61.
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HyperControl Display and Soft-Keys
The Axiom Pro display indicates what Device is currently selected within the Reason sequencer and how the encoder knobs map to that
Device’s on-screen parameters. In the illustration shown below, a 14:2 Mixer Device is selected:
The name of the currently selected
Reason sequencer track is displayed at
the top-left of the screen.
The upper-right corner displays either the type of device
(i.e., “NN-XT,” “Dr. Rex,” etc.) or the active channels of
a multi-channel selected Device (such as “1-8Pan” or
“9-14Pan” of a 14:2 Mixer as shown here.)
When a Page is selected using the Soft-keys, the
name of the page will be displayed here.
The center of the
screen displays either
the names of tracks
that are under the
control of Axiom Pro
or the current position
of the encoders and
other controls of
Axiom Pro.
Any time an Axiom Pro
control is moved, the
corresponding Reason
Device parameter (and its
value) are listed on
this line.
The bottom row lists pages and
options that can be accessed
using Soft-Keys 1-4.
As indicated in the top-right corner of the example screen shown above, this page
allows you to set Pan positions of mixer tracks 1-8 by using the encoder knobs. The
two columns in the center of the screen display the track names of your Reason session
(“Drums” through “Bass” in the example shown above). These tracks are currently
under the control of the Axiom Pro encoders: the left column (Drums – Tamb Loo)
always correspond to encoder knobs E1-E4 whereas the right column (Play Sam Bass) correspond to encoder knobs E5-E8. This same logic applies to all Reason
Devices—the left column always applies to encoder knobs E1-E4 and the right column
always applies to knobs E5-E8.
The Soft-Keys of Axiom Pro allow you to access up to four different HyperControl
pages that are listed along the bottom of the display (“Pan” “EQ” “Aux” in the example
shown above; Soft-Key 4 is not used by this Device). When a new page is loaded, the
encoder knobs automatically map to the parameters listed on the page. For example,
in the picture shown above, pressing Soft-Key 3 (Aux) accesses the Aux 1 page of
HyperControl and lets you use the encoder knobs to turn the control Aux 1 knob within
the Reason mixer that you’ve selected. Some Devices have multiple pages of similar parameters. To access these parameters,
press the associated Soft-Key repeatedly to step through all of the available pages. For example, the 14:2 Mixer Device has 4 auxiliary send controls as well as separate
controls for returns. Pressing Soft-Key 3 will step through the various Aux parameter
groups (Aux 1, 2, 3, 4, Aux Returns) before returning to the Aux 1 parameter again.
✓ What about the Sliders on
Axiom Pro 49/61?
When using Mixer Devices (as shown above),
the sliders will remain assigned to Track levels
regardless of the page selected by the Softkeys. Since Axiom Pro 25 does not feature any
sliders, track levels can be changed by selecting
Soft-Key 1 (Level) and adjusting levels using the
encoder knobs.
In the case of instrument Devices, the sliders
map to various useful parameters within the
Device by default. However, once a page is
selected by pressing one of the Soft-keys, the
encoder knobs map to the specific parameters
associated with your Soft-Key (e.g., example,
pressing a “Filt” Soft-Key will assign the
encoders to filter-related parameters) and the
sliders will no longer be assigned. This allows
you to use Flipped Faders mode to control
encoder knob assignments.
Note that if the encoder knobs have no assignment for the currently active Device within Reason, turning a knob will have no effect on your
Axiom Pro display or Reason Device.
✓ A
xiom Pro 25 users:
The amount of Soft-Key pages may vary slightly from that of Axiom Pro 49 or 61 since the 25 note version of the keyboard
does not have sliders. These differences are described throughout this User Guide wherever necessary.
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The Transport ‘Track’
Reason features a “Transport” track at the top of its sequencer. When this track is selected, the encoder knobs can be used to
control the sequencer and Transport bar in the following ways:
Knob
Transport Track Assignment
Knob E1
Tempo BPM
Knob E2
Song Position
Knob E3
Click On/Off
Knob E4
Click Level
Knob E5
Left Loop locator (Bar)
Knob E6
Right Loop locator (Bar)
Knob E7
Left Loop locator (Beat)
Knob E8
Right Loop locator (Beat)
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Mixer Devices
Mixer 14:2
Mixer 14:2 is a stereo mixer with 14 channels. Since Axiom Pro can only control eight of those
channels at one time, you must use F-Keys F6
and F7 (F1+F2 and F1+F3 for Axiom Pro 25
users) to select between channels 1-8 and 9-14
respectively.
The tables below describe the functionality of the
Axiom Pro controls:
Axiom Pro 49/61 Encoder Knobs:
Soft-Key
1
2
3
4
Page 1
Pan
EQ Enable
Aux 1
-
Page 2
-
Bass
Aux 2
-
Page 3
-
Treble
Aux 3
-
Page 4
-
-
Aux 4
-
Page 5
-
-
Aux Returns
-
Slider
Mixer 14:2
(Chan. 1-8 selected)
Mixer 14:2
(Chan. 9-14 selected)
S1
Channel 1 level
Channel 9 level
S2
Channel 2 level
Channel 10 level
S3
Channel 3 level
Channel 11 level
S4
Channel 4 level
Channel 12 level
S5
Channel 5 level
Channel 13 level
S6
Channel 6 level
Channel 14 level
S7
Channel 7 level
-
S8
Channel 8 level
-
S9
Master level
Master level
Axiom Pro 25 Encoder Knobs:
Soft-Key
1
2
3
4
Page 1
Level
Pan
EQ Enable
Aux 1
Page 2
-
-
Bass
Aux 2
Page 3
-
-
Treble
Aux 3
Page 4
-
-
-
Aux 4
Page 5
-
-
-
Aux Returns
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Mixer 6:2
Mixer 6:2 is a stereo mixer with six
channels. When using this Device, the
Soft-Keys assign encoder knobs E1-E8 to
control the pan and aux knobs of the mixer (Axiom Pro 25 users also have a third Soft-Key option letting the encoder knobs
control track level).
The tables below describe the functionality of the Axiom Pro controls:
Axiom Pro 49/61 Encoder Knobs:
Soft-Key
1
2
3
4
Page 1
Pan
Aux
-
-
Slider
Mixer 6:2
S1
Channel 1 level
S2
Channel 2 level
S3
Channel 3 level
S4
Channel 4 level
S5
Channel 5 level
S6
Channel 6 level
S7
-
S8
-
S9
Master level
Axiom Pro 25 Encoder Knobs:
Soft-Key
1
2
3
4
Page 1
Level
Pan
Aux
-
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Instrument Devices
Subtractor
Each time you select a sequencer track
associated with a Subtractor Device, your
Axiom Pro controls map to the default
assignments listed in the tables below. Note that the default mapping varies
between Axiom Pro 25 and Axiom Pro
49/61 since the smaller controller does
not feature sliders or slider buttons.
If the default mapping does not include the
control you would like to edit, Soft-Keys
1-4 (Oscs, Filts, LFOs, Envs) can be used
to access additional parameters found in Subtractor. If you access one of these pages and would like to return to the default
assignments, temporarily select a different track within the Reason sequencer and return to the Subtractor track once again
(this can be done by using the F2 and F3 keys or using your computer’s keyboard or mouse.)
Buttons F6 and F7 (F1+F2 and F1+F3 for Axiom Pro 25 users) are used to select the patch that is loaded in Subtractor.
✓ A
xiom Pro 49/61 Users: When editing Subtractor’s sub-parameter pages, the Flip button 4 can be used to switch parameter assignments
from the encoder knobs to the sliders.
Axiom Pro 49/61 - Default Assignments
Knob E1
Osc1 Octave
Knob E2
Osc Mix
Knob E3
FM Amount
Knob E4
Mod Env Gain
Knob E5
Mod Env Attack
Knob E6
Mod Env Decay
Knob E7
Mod Env Sustain
Knob E8
Mod Env Release
Slider S1
Amp Env Attack
Slider S2
Amp Env Decay
Slider S3
Amp Env Sustain
Slider S4
Amp Env Release
Slider S5
Filter Freq
Slider S6
Filter Res
Slider S7
Filter Env Amount
Slider S8
LFO1 Amount
Slider S9
Master Volume
Button S10
Osc1 Wave
Button S11
Osc1 Phase Model
Button S12
Osc1 Kbd Track
Button S13
Ring Mod
Button S14
Filter Type
Button S15
LFO1 Wave
Button S16
Mod Env Dest
Button S17
LFO1 Dest
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Knob E1
Osc1 Wave
Knob E2
Osc1 Octave
Knob E3
Osc1 Semitone
Knob E4
Osc1 Fine Tune
Knob E5
FM Amount
Knob E6
FM Vel Amount
Knob E7
Mix Vel Amount
Knob E8
Osc Mix
If the default assignments do not contain the parameters you would like to edit, use Soft-Keys 1-4 to select additional
parameters found within Subtractor:
Subtractor – Soft-Key 1 (Oscs)
Page 1: Sub Osc 1
Knob E1
Osc1 Wave
Knob E2
Osc1 Octave
Knob E3
Osc1 Semitone
Knob E4
Osc1 Fine Tune
Knob E5
FM Amount
Knob E6
FM Vel Amount
Knob E7
Mix Vel Amount
Knob E8
Osc Mix
Page 2: Sub Osc 2
Knob E1
Osc2 Wave
Knob E2
Osc2 Octave
Knob E3
Osc2 Semitone
Knob E4
Osc2 Fine Tune
Knob E5
Osc2 Phase Diff
Knob E6
Noise Level
Knob E7
Noise Decay
Knob E8
Ring Mod
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Page 1: Sub Flt1
Knob E1
Filter Freq
Knob E2
Filter Res
Knob E3
Filter Kbd Track
Knob E4
Filter Type
Knob E5
Filter Freq Mod Wheel
Amount
Knob E6
Filter Res Mod Wheel Amount
Knob E7
Filter Freq Ext Mod
Knob E8
-
Page 2: Sub Flt2
Knob E1
Filter2 Freq
Knob E2
Filter2 Res
Knob E3
Filter Link Freq On/Off
Knob E4
Filter2 On/Off
Knob E5
Filter2 Freq Vel Amount
Knob E6
-
Knob E7
-
Knob E8
-
Page 3: SubFEnv
Knob E1
Filter Env Attack
Knob E2
Filter Env Decay
Knob E3
Filter Env Sustain
Knob E4
Filter Env Release
Knob E5
Filter Env Amount
Knob E6
Filter Env Invert
Knob E7
Filter Env Vel Amount
Knob E8
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Page 1:Sub LFO1
Knob E1
LFO1 Amount
Knob E2
LFO1 Rate
Knob E3
LFO Sync Enable
Knob E4
LFO1 Wave
Knob E5
LFO1 Dest
Knob E6
LFO1 Mod Wheel Amount
Knob E7
LFO1 Ext Mod
Knob E8
Portamento
Page 2: Sub LFO2
Knob E1
LFO2 Amount
Knob E2
LFO2 Rate
Knob E3
LFO2 Kbd Track
Knob E4
LFO2 Delay
Knob E5
LFO2 Dest
Knob E6
LFO1 Mod Wheel Amount
Knob E7
LFO1 Ext Mod
Knob E8
Portamento
Subtractor – Soft-Key 4 (Envs)
Page 1: Sub M. Env
Knob E1
Mod Env Attack
Knob E2
Mod Env Decay
Knob E3
Mod Env Sustain
Knob E4
Mod Env Release
Knob E5
Mod Env Dest
Knob E6
Mod Env Invert
Knob E7
Mod Env Vel Amount
Knob E8
Mod Env Gain
Page 2: Sub A. Env
Knob E1
Amp Env Attack
Knob E2
Amp Env Decay
Knob E3
Amp Env Sustain
Knob E4
Amp Env Release
Knob E5
Amp Ext Mod
Knob E6
Amp Vel Amount
Knob E7
Amp Attack Vel Amount
Knob E8
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Thor
Thor is a powerful synthesizer that
includes multiple oscillators, filters, effects,
as well as an arppegiator and numerous
modulation routing options. Due to
the large number of controls that Thor
provides, the operation of the Soft-Keys in
HyperControl is different compared to other Reason instruments.
Each time you select a sequencer track associated with a Thor Device, your Axiom Pro controls map to the default
assignments listed in the “Home Page” tables shown below. Note that the default mapping varies between Axiom Pro 25 and
Axiom Pro 49/61 since the smaller controller does not feature sliders or slider buttons.
The Home page is like a “main menu” and maps the Axiom Pro controls to some of the most commonly used controls found
throughout the synthesizer. The Home page also includes four Soft-Key options: Synth, FX, ModBk, and Arp. Selecting any
of these options takes you to a new sub-menu page containing more specific parameters pertaining to that selection. For
example, selecting Soft-Key 1 (Synth) from the Home page will take you to a sub-menu that contains a variety of parameters
and Soft-Keys relating to the “core” Synthesizer portion of Thor (this includes Soft-Keys for Oscillators, Filters, and
Modulation).
To return to the Home page from any of the sub-menus, press Soft-Key 1 (Home).
F-Keys F6 and F7 (F1+F2 and F1+F3 for Axiom Pro 25 users) are used to select the patch that is loaded in Thor.
✓ A
xiom Pro 49/61 Users: When editing Thor’s sub-parameter pages, the Flip button 4 can be used to switch parameter assignments from the
encoder knobs to the sliders.
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• Press Soft Key 1
• Press Soft Key 2
Home
Press
Soft Key 1
Home
Dest
Press
Soft Key 2
Ctrls
Press
Soft Key 3
Delay
Press
Soft Key 1
Home
Arp
Press
Soft Key 2
Osc 1
• Press Soft Key 4
ModBk
Press
Soft Key 1
Oscs
FX
Press
Soft Key 2
Press
Soft Key 1
Home
Press
Soft Key 2
Synth
• Press Soft Key 3
Steps
1-7Dest
8-13Dest
Osc 2
Filt 1
Chor.
Press
Soft Key 3
Filts
Press
Soft Key 3
Press
Soft Key 3
Osc 3
Scale
1-7Scle
Filt 2
1-8
9 - 16
8-13Scle
Filt 3
Mods
—
LF01
ModEnv
AmpEnv
GlobEnv
—
Press
Soft Key 4
Press
Soft Key 4
FiltEnv
Run
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Knob E1
Filter 3 Freq
Knob E2
Filter 3 Res
Knob E3
Filter 3 Drive
Knob E4
Global Env Delay
Knob E5
Global Env Attack
Knob E6
Global Env Decay
Knob E7
Global Env Sustain
Knob E8
Global Env Release
Slider S1
Rotary 1
Slider S2
Rotary 2
Slider S3
Osc 1 And 2 Balance
Slider S4
Osc 1 And 2 Level
Slider S5
Osc 3 Level
Slider S6
Amplifier Velocity
Slider S7
Amplifier Gain
Slider S8
Amplifier Pan
Slider S9
Master Volume
Button S10
Osc 1 To Filter 1 Enable
Button S11
Osc 2 To Filter 1 Enable
Button S12
Osc 3 To Filter 1 Enable
Button S13
Osc 1 To Filter 2 Enable
Button S14
Osc 2 To Filter 2 Enable
Button S15
Osc 3 To Filter 2 Enable
Button S16
Delay On
Button S17
Chorus On
Thor “Home” Page – Axiom Pro 25
Knob E1
Rotary 1
Knob E2
Rotary 2
Knob E3
Button 1
Knob E4
Button 2
Knob E5
Osc 1 And 2 Balance
Knob E6
Osc 1 And 2 Level
Knob E7
Osc 3 Level
Knob E8
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Synth Sub-Menu Pages:
The Synth sub-menu lets you access various parameters relating to the synthesizer “core” of Thor including the oscillator,
filter, and modulation controls. Soft-Keys 2-4 (Oscs, Filts, and Mods) let you assign various parameters to the encoder knobs as shown in the table
below.
Soft-Key 1 (Home) returns you to the Thor Home page.
Soft-Key 2 (Osc)
Page 1: Osc 1
Knob E1
Osc 1 Oct
Knob E2
Osc 1 Semi
Knob E3
Osc 1 Tune
Knob E4
Osc 1 Type
Knob E5
Osc 1 Param B
Knob E6
Osc 1 Param C
Knob E7
Osc 1 Kbd
Knob E8
Osc 1 Mod
Page 2: Osc 2
Knob E1
Osc 2 Oct
Knob E2
Osc 2 Semi
Knob E3
Osc 2 Tune
Knob E4
Osc 2 Type
Knob E5
Osc 2 Param B
Knob E6
Osc 2 Param C
Knob E7
Osc 2 Kbd
Knob E8
Osc 2 Mod
Page 3: Osc 3
Knob E1
Osc 3 Oct
Knob E2
Osc 3 Semi
Knob E3
Osc 3 Tune
Knob E4
Osc 3 Type
Knob E5
Osc 3 Param B
Knob E6
Osc 3 Param C
Knob E7
Osc 3 Kbd
Knob E8
Osc 3 Mod
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Page 1: Filter 1
Knob E1
Filter 1 Freq
Knob E2
Filter 1 Res
Knob E3
Filter 1 Drive
Knob E4
Filter 1 Type
Knob E5
Filter 1 Param X
Knob E6
Shaper Type
Knob E7
Shaper Drive
Knob E8
Filter 1 Velocity
Page 2: Filter 2
Knob E1
Filter 2 Freq
Knob E2
Filter 2 Res
Knob E3
Filter 2 Drive
Knob E4
Filter 2 Type
Knob E5
Filter 2 Param X
Knob E6
Filter 2 Param Y
Knob E7
Filter 2 Kbd
Knob E8
Filter 2 Velocity
Page 3: Filter 3
Knob E1
Filter 3 Freq
Knob E2
Filter 3 Res
Knob E3
Filter 3 Drive
Knob E4
Filter 3 Type
Knob E5
Filter 3 Param X
Knob E6
Filter 3 Param Y
Knob E7
Filter 3 Kbd
Knob E8
Filter 3 Velocity
Page 4: Filt Env
Knob E1
Filter Env Attack
Knob E2
Filter Env Decay
Knob E3
Filter Env Sustain
Knob E4
Filter Env Release
Knob E5
Filter Env Gate Trig On
Knob E6
Filter 1 Env Amount
Knob E7
Filter 2 Env Amount
Knob E8
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Page 1: LFO 1
Knob E1
LFO 1 Waveform
Knob E2
LFO 1 Rate
Knob E3
LFO 1 Delay
Knob E4
LFO 1 KbdFollow
Knob E5
LFO 1 Key Sync
Knob E6
LFO 1 Tempo Sync
Knob E7
-
Knob E8
-
Page 2: ModEnv
Knob E1
Mod Env Delay
Knob E2
Mod Env Attack
Knob E3
Mod Env Decay
Knob E4
Mod Env Release
Knob E5
Mod Env Gate Trig on
Knob E6
Mod Env Tempo Sync
Knob E7
Mod Env Loop
Knob E8
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Page 3: AmpEnv
Knob E1
Amp Env Attack
Knob E2
Amp Env Decay
Knob E3
Amp Env Sustain
Knob E4
Amp Env Release
Knob E5
Amp Env Gate Trig on
Knob E6
Amplifier Velocity
Knob E7
Amplifier Pan
Knob E8
Amplifier Gain
Page 4: Glob. Env
Knob E1
Global Env Delay
Knob E2
Global Env Attack
Knob E3
Global Env Hold
Knob E4
Global Env Decay
Knob E5
Global Env Loop
Knob E6
Global Env Sustain
Knob E7
Global Env Release
Knob E8
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FX Sub-Menu
The FX sub-menu lets you access various parameters relating to the Delay and Chorus effects within Thor. Soft-Keys 2-3 let
you assign parameters to the encoder knobs as shown in the table below.
Soft-Key 1 (Home) returns you to the Thor Home page.
Soft-Key 2 (Delay)
Knob E1
Delay Amt
Knob E2
Delay Rate
Knob E3
Delay Time
Knob E4
Delay Feedback
Knob E5
Delay On
Knob E6
Delay Sync
Knob E7
-
Knob E8
Delay Dry Wet
Soft-Key 3 (Chorus)
Knob E1
Chorus Amt
Knob E2
Chorus Rate
Knob E3
Chorus Delay
Knob E4
Chorus Feedback
Knob E5
Chorus On
Knob E6
-
Knob E7
-
Knob E8
Chorus Dry Wet
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Modulation Sub-Menu
The ModBk sub-menu lets you access various parameters relating to modulation within the Thor synthesizer. Soft-Keys 2-3
let you assign various parameters to the encoder knobs as shown in the table below.
Soft-Key 1 (Home) returns you to the Thor Home page.
Soft-Key 2 (Dest)
Page 1: Dest 1-7
Knob E1
Mod 1 Dest Amount
Knob E2
Mod 2 Dest Amount
Knob E3
Mod 3 Dest Amount
Knob E4
Mod 4 Dest Amount
Knob E5
Mod 5 Dest Amount
Knob E6
Mod 6 Dest Amount
Knob E7
Mod 7 Dest Amount
Knob E8
-
Page 2: Dest 8-13
Knob E1
Mod 8 Dest Amount
Knob E2
Mod 9 Dest Amount
Knob E3
Mod 10 Dest Amount
Knob E4
Mod 11 Dest Amount
Knob E5
Mod 12 Dest Amount
Knob E6
Mod 13 Dest Amount
Knob E7
-
Knob E8
-
Soft-Key 3 (Scale)
Page 1: Scale 1-7
Knob E1
Mod 1 Scale Amount
Knob E2
Mod 2 Scale Amount
Knob E3
Mod 3 Scale Amount
Knob E4
Mod 4 Scale Amount
Knob E5
Mod 5 Scale Amount
Knob E6
Mod 6 Scale Amount
Knob E7
Mod 7 Scale Amount
Knob E8
-
Page 1: Scale 8-13
Knob E1
Mod 8 Scale Amount
Knob E2
Mod 9 Scale Amount
Knob E3
Mod 10 Scale Amount
Knob E4
Mod 11 Scale Amount
Knob E5
Mod 12 Scale Amount
Knob E6
Mod 13 Scale Amount
Knob E7
-
Knob E8
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Arpeggiator Sub-Menu
The Arp sub-menu lets you access various parameters relating to the operation of the Thor arpeggiator. Soft-Keys 2-3 let you
assign various parameters to the encoder knobs as shown in the table below.
Soft-Key 4 (Run) lets you start and stop the arpeggiator.
Soft-Key 1 (Home) returns you to the Thor Home page.
Soft-Key 2 (Ctrls)
Knob E1
Step Sequencer Edit Mode
Knob E2
Step Sequencer Octave Range
Knob E3
Step Sequencer Synced
Knob E4
Step Sequencer Rate
Knob E5
Step Sequencer Run Mode
Knob E6
Step Sequencer Direction
Knob E7
Step Sequencer Step Count
Knob E8
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Soft-Key 3 (Steps)
Page 1: Steps 1-8
Knob E1
Pattern Step Knob 1
Knob E2
Pattern Step Knob 2
Knob E3
Pattern Step Knob 3
Knob E4
Pattern Step Knob 4
Knob E5
Pattern Step Knob 5
Knob E6
Pattern Step Knob 6
Knob E7
Pattern Step Knob 7
Knob E8
Pattern Step Knob 8
Page 2: Steps 9-16
Knob E1
Pattern Step Knob 9
Knob E2
Pattern Step Knob 10
Knob E3
Pattern Step Knob 11
Knob E4
Pattern Step Knob 12
Knob E5
Pattern Step Knob 13
Knob E6
Pattern Step Knob 14
Knob E7
Pattern Step Knob 15
Knob E8
Pattern Step Knob 16
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Malström
Each time you select a sequencer track
associated with a Malström Device, your
Axiom Pro controls map to the default
assignments listed in the tables below. Note that the default mapping varies
between Axiom Pro 25 and .
Axiom Pro 49/61 since the smaller
controller does not feature sliders or slider
buttons.
If the default mapping does not include the control you would like to edit, Soft-Keys 1-4 (Oscs, Filts, Mods, Vel) can be used
to access additional parameters found in Malström. If you access one of these pages and would like to return to the default
assignments, temporarily select a different track within the Reason sequencer and return to the Malström track once again
(this can be done by using the F2 and F3 keys or using your computer’s keyboard or mouse.)
F-Keys F6-F7 (F1+F2 and F1+F3 on Axiom Pro 25) can be used to select the patch that is currently loaded into Malström.
✓ A
xiom Pro 49/61 Users: When editing Malström’s sub-parameter pages, the Flip button 4 can be used to switch parameter assignments from
the encoder knobs to the sliders.
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Knob E1
Oscillator A Gain
Knob E2
Oscillator B Gain
Knob E3
Oscillator A Index
Knob E4
Oscillator B Index
Knob E5
Oscillator A Attack
Knob E6
Oscillator A Decay
Knob E7
Oscillator A Sustain
Knob E8
Oscillator A Release
Slider S1
Filter A Resonance
Slider S2
Filter A Freq
Slider S3
Filter B Resonance
Slider S4
Filter B Freq
Slider S5
Filter Env Attack
Slider S6
Filter Env Decay
Slider S7
Filter Env Sustain
Slider S8
Filter Env Release
Slider S9
Master Volume
Button S10
Filter A Mode
Button S11
Filter B Mode
Button S12
Oscillator A On/Off
Button S13
Oscillator B On/Off
Button S14
Modulator A On/Off
Button S15
Modulator A Target
Button S16
Modulator B On/Off
Button S17
Modulator B Target
Axiom Pro 25 - Default Assignments
Knob E1
Oscillator B Shift
Knob E2
Oscillator B Octave
Knob E3
Oscillator B Semi
Knob E4
Oscillator B Cent
Knob E5
Oscillator B On/Off
Knob E6
Oscillator B Motion
Knob E7
Oscillator B Index
Knob E8
Oscillator B Gain
If the default assignments do not contain the parameters you would like to edit, use Soft-Keys 1-4 to select additional
parameters found within Malström:
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Malström – Soft-Key 1 (Oscs)
Page 1: Mal Osc B
Knob E1
Oscillator B Shift
Knob E2
Oscillator B Octave
Knob E3
Oscillator B Semi
Knob E4
Oscillator B Cent
Knob E5
Oscillator B On/Off
Knob E6
Oscillator B Motion
Knob E7
Oscillator B Index
Knob E8
Oscillator B Gain
Page 2: Mal Osc A
Knob E1
Oscillator A Shift
Knob E2
Oscillator A Octave
Knob E3
Oscillator A Semi
Knob E4
Oscillator A Cent
Knob E5
Shaper Amount
Knob E6
Oscillator A Motion
Knob E7
Oscillator A Index
Knob E8
Oscillator A Gain
Page 3: MalEnvs
Knob E1
Oscillator A Attack
Knob E2
Oscillator A Decay
Knob E3
Oscillator A Sustain
Knob E4
Oscillator A Release
Knob E5
Oscillator B Attack
Knob E6
Oscillator B Decay
Knob E7
Oscillator B Sustain
Knob E8
Oscillator B Release
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Malström – Soft-Key 2 (Flts)
Page 1: Mal FltB
Knob E1
Filter B Freq
Knob E2
Filter B Resonance
Knob E3
Filter B Env
Knob E4
Filter B Mode
Knob E5
Filter B On/Off
Knob E6
Route Filter B To Shaper
Knob E7
Route Oscillator A To Filter B
Knob E8
Route Oscillator B To Filter B
Page 2: Mal FltA
Knob E1
Filter A Freq
Knob E2
Filter A Resonance
Knob E3
Filter A Env
Knob E4
Filter A Mode
Knob E5
Filter A On/Off
Knob E6
Filter A Kbd Track
Knob E7
Mod Wheel To Filter
Knob E8
Mod Wheel Target
Page 3: MalFenv
Knob E1
Filter Env Attack
Knob E2
Filter Env Decay
Knob E3
Filter Env Sustain
Knob E4
Filter Env Release
Knob E5
Filter Env Amount
Knob E6
Filter Env Invert
Knob E7
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Knob E8
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Malström – Soft-Key 3 (Mods)
Page 1: Mal Mod A
Knob E1
Modulator A Target
Knob E2
Modulator A Rate
Knob E3
Modulator A One Shot
Knob E4
Modulator A Curve
Knob E5
Modulator A On/Off
Knob E6
Modulator A to Pitch
Knob E7
Modulator A to Index
Knob E8
Modulator A to Shift
Page 2: Mal Mod B
Knob E1
Modulator B Target
Knob E2
Modulator B Rate
Knob E3
Modulator B To Motion
Knob E4
Modulator B Curve
Knob E5
Modulator B On/Off
Knob E6
Modulator B To Level
Knob E7
Modulator B To Filter
Knob E8
Modulator B To Modulator A
Malström – Soft-Key 4 (Vel)
Knob E1
Velocity Target
Knob E2
Velocity To Level A
Knob E3
Velocity To Level B
Knob E4
Velocity To Filter Env
Knob E5
Velocity To Attack
Knob E6
Velocity To Shift
Knob E7
Velocity To Modulator
Knob E8
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NN19
Each time you select a sequencer track
associated with an NN19 Device, your
Axiom Pro controls map to the default
assignments listed in the tables below. Note that the default mapping varies
between Axiom Pro 25 and .
Axiom Pro 49/61 since the smaller
controller does not feature sliders or
slider buttons.
If the default mapping does not include the control you would like to edit, Soft-Keys 1-4 (Osc, Filt, LFO, Amp) can be used
to access additional parameters found in NN19. If you access one of these pages and would like to return to the default
assignments, temporarily select a different track within the Reason sequencer and return to the NN19 track once again (this
can be done by using the F2 and F3 keys or using your computer’s keyboard or mouse.)
F-Keys F6-F7 (F1+F2 and F1+F3 on Axiom Pro 25) can be used to select the patch that is currently loaded into NN19.
✓ A
xiom Pro 49/61 Users: When editing NN-19’s sub-parameter pages, the Flip button 4 can be used to switch parameter assignments from
the encoder knobs to the sliders.
Axiom Pro 49/61 - Default Assignments
Knob E1
Filter Freq
Knob E2
Filter Res
Knob E3
Filter Mode
Knob E4
Filter Env Amount
Knob E5
Osc Octave
Knob E6
Osc Semitone
Knob E7
LFO Rate
Knob E8
LFO Amount
Slider S1
Amp Env Attack
Slider S2
Amp Env Decay
Slider S3
Amp Env Sustain
Slider S4
Amp Env Release
Slider S5
Filter Env Attack
Slider S6
Filter Env Decay
Slider S7
Filter Env Sustain
Slider S8
Filter Env Release
Slider S9
Master Volume
Button S10
LFO Sync Enable
Button S11
LFO Wave
Button S12
LFO Dest
Button S13
Osc Kbd Track
Button S14
Filter On/Off
Button S15
Filter Env Invert
Button S16
-
Button S17
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Knob E1
Osc Octave
Knob E2
Osc Semitone
Knob E3
Osc Fine Tune
Knob E4
Osc Kbd Track
Knob E5
Osc Env Amount
Knob E6
High Quality Interpolation
Knob E7
Sample Start
Knob E8
Sample Start Vel Amount
If the default assignments do not contain the parameters you would like to edit, use Soft-Keys 1-4 to select additional
parameters found within NN19:
NN19 – Soft-Key 1 (Osc)
Knob E1
Osc Octave
Knob E2
Osc Semitone
Knob E3
Osc Fine Tune
Knob E4
Osc Kbd Track
Knob E5
Osc Env Amount
Knob E6
High Quality Interpolation
Knob E7
Sample Start
Knob E8
Sample Start Vel Amount
NN19 – Soft-Key 2 (Flt)
Page 1: NN19 Flt
Knob E1
Filter Freq
Knob E2
Filter Res
Knob E3
Filter Kbd Track
Knob E4
Filter Mode
Knob E5
Filter On/Off
Knob E6
Filter Freq Mod Wheel Amount
Knob E7
Filter Res Mod Wheel Amount
Knob E8
Filter Freq Ext Mod
Page 2: NN19FEnv
Knob E1
Filter Env Attack
Knob E2
Filter Env Decay
Knob E3
Filter Env Sustain
Knob E4
Filter Env Release
Knob E5
Filter Env Amount
Knob E6
Filter Decay Mod Wheel Amt
Knob E7
Filter Env Vel Amount
Knob E8
Filter Decay Vel Amount
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NN19 – Soft-Key 3 (LFO)
Knob E1
LFO Amount
Knob E2
LFO Rate
Knob E3
LFO Sync Enable
Knob E4
LFO Dest
Knob E5
LFO Wave
Knob E6
LFO Mod Wheel Amount
Knob E7
LFO Ext Mod
Knob E8
Portamento
NN19 – Soft-Key 4 (Amp)
Knob E1
Amp Env Attack
Knob E2
Amp Env Decay
Knob E3
Amp Env Sustain
Knob E4
Amp Env Release
Knob E5
Amp Ext Mod
Knob E6
Amp Vel Amount
Knob E7
Amp Attack Vel Amount
Knob E8
Amp Mod Wheel Amount
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NN-XT
Each time you select a track associated
with the NN-XT Device, the encoders will
take on the assignment shown in the table
below.
✓ A
xiom Pro 49/61 Users: When editing Dr.Rex’s sub-parameter pages, the Flip button 4 can be used to switch parameter assignments from
the encoder knobs to the sliders.
Encoder
NN-XT Assignment
Knob E1
Filter Freq
Knob E2
Filter Res
Knob E3
Mod Env Decay
Knob E4
High Quality Interpolation
Knob E5
Amp Env Attack
Knob E6
Amp Env Decay
Knob E7
Amp Env Release
Knob E8
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Dr. Rex
Each time you select a sequencer track
associated with a Dr. Rex Device, your
Axiom Pro controls map to the default
assignments listed in the tables below. Note that the default mapping varies
between Axiom Pro 25 and Axiom Pro
49/61 since the smaller controller does
not feature sliders or slider buttons.
If the default mapping does not include the control you would like to edit, Soft-Keys 1-4 (Osc, Filt, LFO, Amp) can be used
to access additional parameters found in Dr. Rex. If you access one of these pages and would like to return to the default
assignments, temporarily select a different track within the Reason sequencer and return to the Dr. Rex track once again (this
can be done by using the F2 and F3 keys or using your computer’s keyboard or mouse.)
F-Keys F6-F7 (F1+F2 and F1+F3 on Axiom Pro 25) can be used to select the loop file that is currently loaded into Dr. Rex.
✓Axiom Pro 49/61 Users: When editing Dr.Rex’s sub-parameter pages, the Flip button 4 can be used to switch parameter assignments from
the encoder knobs to the sliders.
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Axiom Pro 49/61 - Default Assignments
Knob E1
Filter Freq
Knob E2
Filter Res
Knob E3
Filter Mode
Knob E4
Filter Env Amount
Knob E5
Osc Octave
Knob E6
Osc Env Amount
Knob E7
LFO Rate
Knob E8
LFO Amount
Slider S1
Amp Env Attack
Slider S2
Amp Env Decay
Slider S3
Amp Env Sustain
Slider S4
Amp Env Release
Slider S5
Filter Env Attack
Slider S6
Filter Env Decay
Slider S7
Filter Env Sustain
Slider S8
Filter Env Release
Slider S9
Master Volume
Button S10
LFO Sync Enable
Button S11
LFO Wave
Button S12
LFO Dest
Button S13
Osc Kbd Track
Button S14
Filter On/Off
Button S15
Filter Env Invert
Button S16
-
Button S17
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Axiom Pro 25 - Default Assignments
Knob E1
Osc Octave
Knob E2
Transpose
Knob E3
Osc Fine Tune
Knob E4
-
Knob E5
Osc Env Amount
Knob E6
High Quality
Knob E7
-
Knob E8
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parameters found within Dr. Rex:
Dr. Rex – Soft-Key 1 (Osc)
Knob E1
Osc Octave
Knob E2
Transpose
Knob E3
Osc Fine Tune
Knob E4
-
Knob E5
Osc Env Amount
Knob E6
High Quality
Knob E7
-
Knob E8
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Dr. Rex – Soft-Key 2 (Flt)
Page 1: DRex Fl
Knob E1
Filter Freq
Knob E2
Filter Res
Knob E3
-
Knob E4
Filter Mode
Knob E5
Filter On/Off
Knob E6
-
Knob E7
Filter Freq Ext Mod
Knob E8
Filter Res Mod Wheel Amount
Page 2: DrexFEnv
Knob E1
Filter Env Attack
Knob E2
Filter Env Decay
Knob E3
Filter Env Sustain
Knob E4
Filter Env Release
Knob E5
Filter Env Amount
Knob E6
Filter Decay Mod Wheel Amt
Knob E7
Filter Env Vel Amount
Knob E8
Filter Decay Vel Amount
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Dr. Rex – Soft-Key 3 (LFO)
Knob E1
LFO Amount
Knob E2
LFO Rate
Knob E3
LFO Sync Enable
Knob E4
LFO Dest
Knob E5
LFO Wave
Knob E6
-
Knob E7
-
Knob E8
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Dr. Rex – Soft-Key 4 (Amp)
Knob E1
Amp Env Attack
Knob E2
Amp Env Decay
Knob E3
Amp Env Sustain
Knob E4
Amp Env Release
Knob E5
Amp Ext Mod
Knob E6
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Knob E7
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Knob E8
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Redrum
Redrum features two modes of operation: Mixer Mode and Drums Mode. .
Soft-Key 1 (“Drums” or “Mixer”) lets you
toggle between these modes.
Mixer Mode:
This is the default mode of Redrum
(i.e., when a Redrum track is selected
within the Reason sequencer, this
mode is selected). Mixer mode lets
you set the level, send amount, and
pan position for the individual drums
within Redrum. The Soft-Keys 2-4 determine what is controlled by the encoder knobs. Note that Axiom Pro 49/61 set drum levels using the sliders whereas Axiom Pro 25 controls drum levels using the
encoder knobs when Soft-Key 2 (Level) is selected.
F-Keys F6 and F7 (F1+F2 and F1+F3 for Axiom Pro 25 users) let you access drums 1-8 and 9-10, respectively. Axiom Pro 49 & 61 Encoder Knobs:
Soft-Key
1
2
3
4
Page 1
Drum Mode
Pan
Send 1
Send 2
Slider
Redrum
(Drums 1-8)
Redrum
(Drums 9-10)
S1
Drum 1 level
Drum 9 level
S2
Drum 2 level
Drum 10 level
S3
Drum 3 level
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S4
Drum 4 level
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S5
Drum 5 level
-
S6
Drum 6 level
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S7
Drum 7 level
-
S8
Drum 8 level
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S9
Master level
Master level
Axiom Pro 25 Encoder Knobs:
Soft-Key
1
2
3
4
Page 1
Drum Mode
Level
Pan
Send 1
Page 2
-
-
-
Send 2
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Drum Mode:
This mode lets you change the parameters of the individual drums within Redrum.
Soft-Key 1 lets you toggle between Drum and Mixer modes. If you are in Drum mode, press this button to return
to Mixer mode.
oft-Keys 2-3 let you step through and select any of the 10 available drums. The selected drum is listed at the
S
top-right of the display.
Soft-Key 4 (Solo) lets you solo/unsolo the currently selected drum.
The tables below describe how the encoder knobs map to each drum:
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Drum 2
Knob E1
Drum 1 Pitch
Knob E1
Drum 2 Pitch
Knob E2
Drum 1 Length
Knob E2
Drum 2 Length
Knob E3
Drum 1 Decay/Gate Mode
Knob E3
Drum 2 Decay/Gate Mode
Knob E4
Drum 1 Vel to Level
Knob E4
Drum 2 Vel to Level
Knob E5
Drum 1 Tone
Knob E5
Drum 2 Tone
Knob E6
Drum 1 Vel to Tone
Knob E6
Drum 2 Vel to Tone
Knob E7
-
Knob E7
-
Knob E8
Drum 1 Pan
Knob E8
Drum 2 Pan
Drum 3
Drum 4
Knob E1
Drum 3 Pitch
Knob E1
Drum 4 Pitch
Knob E2
Drum 3 Length
Knob E2
Drum 4 Length
Knob E3
Drum 3 Decay/Gate Mode
Knob E3
Drum 4 Decay/Gate Mode
Knob E4
Drum 3 Vel to Level
Knob E4
Drum 4 Vel to Level
Knob E5
Drum 3 Sample Start
Knob E5
Drum 4 Sample Start
Knob E6
Drum 3 Vel to Sample Start
Knob E6
Drum 4 Vel to Sample Start
Knob E7
-
Knob E7
-
Knob E8
Drum 3 Pan
Knob E8
Drum 4 Pan
Drum 5
Drum 6
Knob E1
Drum 5 Pitch
Knob E1
Drum 6 Pitch
Knob E2
Drum 5 Length
Knob E2
Drum 6 Length
Knob E3
Drum 5 Decay/Gate Mode
Knob E3
Drum 6 Decay/Gate Mode
Knob E4
Drum 5 Vel to Level
Knob E4
Drum 6 Vel to Level
Knob E5
Drum 5 Sample Start
Knob E5
Drum 6 Pitch Bend Rate
Knob E6
Drum 5 Vel to Sample Start
Knob E6
Drum 6 Vel to Pitch Bend
Knob E7
-
Knob E7
Drum 6 Pitch Bend Amount
Knob E8
Drum 5 Pan
Knob E8
Drum 6 Pan
Drum 7
Drum 8
Knob E1
Drum 7 Pitch
Knob E1
Drum 8 Pitch
Knob E2
Drum 7 Length
Knob E2
Drum 8 Length
Knob E3
Drum 7 Decay/Gate Mode
Knob E3
Drum 8 Decay/Gate Mode
Knob E4
Drum 7 Vel to Level
Knob E4
Drum 8 Vel to Level
Knob E5
Drum 7 Pitch Bend Rate
Knob E5
Drum 8 Sample Start
Knob E6
Drum 7 Vel to Pitch Bend
Knob E6
Drum 8 Vel to Sample Start
Knob E7
Drum 7 Pitch Bend Amount
Knob E7
-
Knob E8
Drum 7 Pan
Knob E8
Drum 8 Pan
Drum 9
Drum10
Knob E1
Drum 9 Pitch
Knob E1
Drum 10 Pitch
Knob E2
Drum 9 Length
Knob E2
Drum 10 Length
Knob E3
Drum 9 Decay/Gate Mode
Knob E3
Drum 10 Decay/Gate Mode
Knob E4
Drum 9 Vel to Level
Knob E4
Drum 10 Vel to Level
Knob E5
Drum 9 Sample Start
Knob E5
Drum 10 Tone
Knob E6
Drum 9 Vel to Sample Start
Knob E6
Drum 10 Vel to Tone
Knob E7
-
Knob E7
-
Knob E8
Drum 9 Pan
Knob E8
Drum 10 Pan
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Effects Devices
Reason has 18 additional effects Devices that can be controlled using
HyperControl.
Keep in mind that when you create an effects Device within Reason, a
sequencer track is not automatically created for that Device. This means you
must manually create a sequencer track before that Device can be controlled
using HyperControl. To do this, right-click (Ctrl-click for Mac users) on your
newly created effects Device and choose “Create sequencer Track” from the
menu that appears. Once the sequencer track is created, select that track
and the device will automatically map its on-screen controls to the Axiom Pro
encoder knobs as described in the tables below:
MClass Equalizer
Soft-Key 1: EQ p1/Lo
Knob E1
Low Shelf Frequency
Knob E2
Low Shelf Gain
Knob E3
Low Shelf Q
Knob E4
Low Shelf Enable
Knob E5
Parametric 1 Frequency
Knob E6
Parametric 1 Gain
Knob E7
Parametric 1 Q
Knob E8
Parametric 1 Enable
Soft-Key 2: EQ p2/Hi
Knob E1
Parametric 2 Frequency
Knob E2
Parametric 2 Gain
Knob E3
Parametric 2 Q
Knob E4
Parametric 1 Enable
Knob E5
Hi Shelf Frequency
Knob E6
Hi Shelf Gain
Knob E7
Hi Shelf Q
Knob E8
Hi Shelf Enable
Soft-Key 4: On/By
Press Soft-Key 4 to bypass/enable this Device.
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about the sliders
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Effects Devices do not use the sliders or
slider buttons found on Axiom Pro 49/61. However, if the Flip button 4 is pressed,
Flipped Faders mode is engaged, and the
sliders can be used instead of the encoder
knobs to modify the effect parameters. Press the Flip button again to disengage
Flipped Faders mode and return control
back to the encoder knobs.
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MClass Stereo Imager
Knob E1
Low Width
Knob E2
X-Over Frequency
Knob E3
High Width
Knob E4
Solo Mode
Knob E5
Separate Out Mode
Knob E6
-
Knob E7
-
Knob E8
-
Soft-Key 4: On/By
Press Soft-Key 4 to bypass/enable this Device.
MClass Compressor
Knob E1
Threshold
Knob E2
Soft Knee
Knob E3
Ratio
Knob E4
Input Gain
Knob E5
Attack
Knob E6
Release
Knob E7
Adapt
Knob E8
Output Gain
Soft-Key 1: Side
Press Soft-Key 1 to solo/un-solo the sidechain input.
Soft-Key 4: On/By
Press Soft-Key 4 to bypass/enable this Device.
MClass Maximizer
Knob E1
Soft Clip Amount
Knob E2
Soft Clip Enable
Knob E3
Look Ahead Enable
Knob E4
Input Gain
Knob E5
Limiter Enable
Knob E6
Attack Speed
Knob E7
Release Speed
Knob E8
Output Gain
Soft-Key 4: On/By
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RV7000 Advanced Reverb
Soft-Key 1: Main
Knob E1
Decay
Knob E2
HF Damp
Knob E3
Hi EQ
Knob E4
Dry/Wet
Knob E5
Select Patch
Knob E6
Gate On/Off
Knob E7
EQ On/Off
Knob E8
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Soft-Key 2: Soft
Knob E1
Soft Knob 1
Knob E2
Soft Knob 2
Knob E3
Soft Knob 3
Knob E4
Soft Knob 4
Knob E5
Soft Knob 5
Knob E6
Soft Knob 6
Knob E7
Soft Knob 7
Knob E8
Soft Knob 8
Soft-Key 4: On/By
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Scream Distortion
Soft-Key 1: Damage
Knob E1
Damage Control
Knob E2
Damage Type
Knob E3
Parameter 1
Knob E4
Parameter 2
Knob E5
Damage On/Off
Knob E6
-
Knob E7
-
Knob E8
Master Level
Soft-Key 2: Body
Knob E1
Body Resonance
Knob E2
Body Scale
Knob E3
Body Auto
Knob E4
Body Type
Knob E5
Body On/Off
Knob E6
-
Knob E7
-
Knob E8
Master Level
Soft-Key 3: Cut
Knob E1
Cut Lo
Knob E2
Cut Mid
Knob E3
Cut Hi
Knob E4
-
Knob E5
Cut On/Off
Knob E6
-
Knob E7
-
Knob E8
Master Level
Soft-Key 4: On/By
This Device can be bypassed/enabled by pressing Soft-Key 4.
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BV512 Digital Vocoder (Ctrls Page)
Default Encoder Knob Assignments
Knob E1
Band Count
Knob E2
Vocoder/Equalizer
Knob E3
Attack
Knob E4
Decay
Knob E5
Shift
Knob E6
HF Emphasis
Knob E7
Dry/Wet
Knob E8
Hold
Soft-Key 4: On/By
This Device can be bypassed/enabled by pressing Soft-Key 4.
About BV512: Pressing Soft-Key 1 (Bands) lets you toggle between the default “Ctrls” page (shown in the table above) and the
“Bands” pages (listed below). The Bands pages let you individually adjust the level for each of the 32 bands.
BV512 Digital Vocoder (Bands Pages)
Page 1
Page 2
Page 3
Page 4
Knob E1
Lvl 1
Knob E1
Lvl 9
Knob E1
Lvl 17
Knob E1
Lvl 25
Knob E2
Lvl 2
Knob E2
Lvl 10
Knob E2
Lvl 18
Knob E2
Lvl 26
Knob E3
Lvl 3
Knob E3
Lvl 11
Knob E3
Lvl 19
Knob E3
Lvl 27
Knob E4
Lvl 4
Knob E4
Lvl 12
Knob E4
Lvl 20
Knob E4
Lvl 28
Knob E5
Lvl 5
Knob E5
Lvl 13
Knob E5
Lvl 21
Knob E5
Lvl 29
Knob E6
Lvl 6
Knob E6
Lvl 14
Knob E6
Lvl 22
Knob E6
Lvl 30
Knob E7
Lvl 7
Knob E7
Lvl 15
Knob E7
Lvl 23
Knob E7
Lvl 31
Knob E8
Lvl 8
Knob E8
Lvl 16
Knob E8
Lvl 24
Knob E8
Lvl 32
Soft-Key 2: <
Soft-Key 2 lets you access the previous bank of vocoder volume bands. For example if banks 9-16 are currently listed, pressing
this button will list banks 1-8.
Soft-Key 3: >
Soft-Key 2 lets you access the next bank of vocoder volume bands. For example if banks 9-16 are currently listed, pressing this
button will list banks 17-24.
Soft-Key 4: On/By
This Device can be bypassed/enabled by pressing Soft-Key 4.
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RV-7 Digital Reverb
Knob E1
Size
Knob E2
Decay
Knob E3
Damping
Knob E4
Dry/Wet
Knob E5
Algorithm
Knob E6
-
Knob E7
-
Knob E8
-
Soft-Key 4: On/By
This Device can be bypassed/enabled by pressing Soft-Key 4.
DDL-1 Digital Delay Line
Knob E1
Delay Time (steps)
Knob E2
Delay Time (ms)
Knob E3
Unit
Knob E4
Step Length
Knob E5
Feedback
Knob E6
Pan
Knob E7
Dry/Wet Balance
Knob E8
-
Soft-Key 4: On/By
This Device can be bypassed/enabled by pressing Soft-Key 4.
D-11 Foldback Distortion
Knob E1
Amount
Knob E2
Foldback
Knob E3
-
Knob E4
-
Knob E5
-
Knob E6
-
Knob E7
-
Knob E8
-
Soft-Key 4: On/By
This Device can be bypassed/enabled by pressing Soft-Key 4.
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ECF-42 Envelope Controlled Filter
Knob E1
Frequency
Knob E2
Resonance
Knob E3
Env Amount
Knob E4
Velocity
Knob E5
Attack
Knob E6
Decay
Knob E7
Sustain
Knob E8
Release
Soft-Key 1: Mode
Press Soft-Key 1 lets you step through the various filter modes
available to ECF-42 (BP 12, LP 12, LP 24).
Soft-Key 4: On/By
Press Soft-Key 4 to bypass/enable this Device.
CF-101 Chorus/Flanger
Knob E1
Delay
Knob E2
Feedback
Knob E3
Rate
Knob E4
Modulation Amount
Knob E5
LFO Sync Enable
Knob E6
Send/Insert Mode
Knob E7
-
Knob E8
-
Soft-Key 4: On/By
This Device can be bypassed/enabled by pressing Soft-Key 4.
PH-90 Phaser
Knob E1
Frequency
Knob E2
Split
Knob E3
Width
Knob E4
Rate
Knob E5
Frequency Modulation
Knob E6
Feedback
Knob E7
LFO Sync Enable
Knob E8
-
Soft-Key 4: On/By
This Device can be bypassed/enabled by pressing Soft-Key 4.
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UN-16 Unison
Knob E1
Detune
Knob E2
Dry/Wet
Knob E3
Voice Count
Knob E4
-
Knob E5
-
Knob E6
-
Knob E7
-
Knob E8
-
Soft-Key 4: On/By
This Device can be bypassed/enabled by pressing Soft-Key 4.
COMP-01 Compressor/Limiter
Knob E1
Ratio
Knob E2
Threshold
Knob E3
Attack
Knob E4
Release
Knob E5
-
Knob E6
-
Knob E7
-
Knob E8
-
PEQ-2 Two Band Parametric EQ
Knob E1
Filter A Freq
Knob E2
Filter A Q
Knob E3
Filter A Gain
Knob E4
-
Knob E5
Filter B Freq
Knob E6
Filter B Q
Knob E7
Filter B Gain
Knob E8
Filter B On/Off
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Matrix Pattern Sequencer
Knob E1
Bank Select
Knob E2
Pattern Select in Bank
Knob E3
-
Knob E4
-
Knob E5
Resolution
Knob E6
-
Knob E7
-
Knob E8
-
RPG-8 Monophonic Arpeggiator
Knob E1
Velocity/Manual
Knob E2
Mode
Knob E3
Octave
Knob E4
Insert
Knob E5
Octave Shift
Knob E6
Rate
Knob E7
Gate Length
Knob E8
Pattern Step Count
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