X-Station

Articles relating to the X Stations audio inputs

Articles relating to the KS synth in the X Station.

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Articles relating to the templates on the X-Station or the template Editor.

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We have seen a small number of users with various Class Compliant USB MIDI Devices have an issue using Mac OS where the MIDI Devices do not appear properly to the computer. This causes odd behavior,...
The ReMOTE 25 Audio is the same hardware unit as the X Station. If you have a ReMOTE 25 Audio, it can be upgraded to an X Station by running a simple software update that can be found attached to...
Since the introduction of the synthesiser section into the ReMOTE Audio, this product has now been rebranded as the X-Station. This powerful product is a synthesiser, MIDI controller keyboard, audio...
No, they do not. When the X-Station is used in controller mode it can send MIDI data but will not respond to it. MIDI data sent back to the X-Station from your DAW/sequencer can only be routed to the...
The X-Station can be powered from USB, from batteries or from the supplied 9V DC power supply. If rechargable batteries are fitted, these can be recharged either by the USB power supply or by...
To do this you need to select the 'Cal Pitch/Mod:' page in the global menu on your X Station (press the 'Global' button then use the 'BANK/PAGE' buttons to scroll through the options). Once on this...
There is no hardware factory reset function on the unit itself since the factory OS, templates, patches and global settings are not stored on a memory chip inside the unit. There are two stages to...
The latest X-Station operating system is available to download from the X-Station downloads page and comes with full instructions on how to update the unit.
The X Station can function as a USB MIDI interface to allow you to trigger external MIDI devices (e.g. hardware synths) from within your sequencer. You will need to connect your external MIDI device(...
Follow these steps to set the X-Station up to work with Reason (version 3 or later): 1. Connect the X-Station to your computer, turn it on and launch Reason. 2. In Reason go to the 'Control Surfaces...
When using any of the factory X-Station templates, or when using the X-Station in synth mode, the sustain pedal input will be assigned to keyboard sustain. If sustain is not working correctly either...
The template that comes with the X Station for Live 2 can be used with all versions of Live. For controlling Live load up the Live template on the X Station and make sure it is selected as the MIDI...
The instructions which come with the latest X-Station operating system (available from the X-Station downloads page ) tell you to use MIDI-OX to update the unit. If you experience a packet error when...
The X Station uses USB 1.1 - not 2.0. This will not be updated on the X Station since there is no need. With the latest drivers you can achieve a minimum input latency of 1ms and output of 2ms. For 2...
If MIDI notes are being recorded with latency try checking the 'Use system timestamp' box in the MIDI Port Setup page in Cubase 4 Device Setup (it is on the 'DirectMusic' page in Cubase SX2/3 - this...
Press the 'global' button to enter the global menu and press page up until you get to the 'Cal Aftertouch' Page. Press the top and bottom keys of the Remote at the same time and you will see the...
This only occured in the OS version 2.0.1.0. When a note is pressed on a conventional MIDI keyboard, a MIDI message is immediately transmitted out of the MIDI out port. This is not the case with a...
Although the X Station itself is not a supported control surface in ProTools, it can control ProTools by emulating one of the supported control surfaces as explained in this article courtesy of Dave...