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M-Audio Ozonic Controller Templates

Using a hardware controller with Stylus RMX gives you maximum control
over your groove production. You can edit, re-mix, and manipulate RMX
grooves instantly in real time. It’s powerful, fun, and musically rewarding!

There are two main steps to perform in order to get started; loading the data
for the M-Audio Ozonic, and selecting the template in Stylus RMX.

The Ozonic features a great collection of faders, knobs, and buttons. The
templates we have provided take full advantage of those features – every
control is used.
STEP 1 – SET UP THE OZONIC

Make sure you have installed the hardware and software for the Ozonic
according to M-Audio’s documentation.

The Ozonic holds twenty controller Presets. Ozonic Presets are stored in a
Preset Bank file (.xml extension).

We have provided a Preset Bank file that duplicates the M-Audio factory
Presets in the first nineteen slots, and has the Stylus RMX Preset in the
twentieth slot.

TRANSMITTING A PRESET BANK TO THE OZONIC

IMPORTANT - This procedure will overwrite the contents of the


Ozonic memory.

Once you have successfully transferred the Preset Bank, you will
need to recall Preset B10.

1. Launch Enigma, the Ozonic Editor/Librarian.

2. From the File menu, select “Import Preset Bank…”.

3. Select the Preset Bank you wish to use.

(For example, RMX_Ozonic Preset Bank.xml). It is located inside


the M-Audio Ozonic directory within the MIDI Learn directory.

…/SAGE/Stylus RMX/Patches/MIDI Learn/Ozonic/RMX_Ozonic Preset Bank.xml

4. Click “Open”.
The Editor/Librarian now shows the following:

5. Click on the Update button to send the data to the Ozonic. After a few
seconds, the data transmission is complete.

On the Ozonic, recall preset B10.

(See M-Audio’s Editor librarian documentation for more information on


how to recall presets).
STEP 2 – SET UP STYLUS RMX

Make sure you have Stylus RMX version 1.5 or above installed.

SELECT THE CONTROLLER TEMPLATE IN RMX

From the Stylus RMX Utility menu (the button denoted with a Floppy icon),
select MIDI Learn / Load Template.

Select the template Ozonic Part.ctl_rmx

You are ready to control Stylus RMX from the Ozonic.


USING RMX AND THE M-AUDIO OZONIC

We have provided two controller templates for RMX. It’s important to


understand the difference between them.

Ozonic Part.ctl_rmx is designed to work on a single part, one part at a


time. The controls are assigned to several useful parameters.

Ozonic Chaos.ctl_rmx also works on a single part, but is designed for


controlling several Chaos parameters simultaneously.

The part you control is determined by the host track/MIDI channel.

Be sure that your host application is sending MIDI to RMX; then load grooves
into all 8 parts.

The table at the end of this document shows how the M-Audio Ozonic
hardware controls are mapped to Stylus RMX. Have fun exploring the
amazing features of Stylus RMX from your hardware controller!

Note for Digidesign Users:

Users report a problem where the Ozonic is correctly recognized by the


computer as an audio interface, but not recognized as a midi interface.

The problem reportedly appears when DigiDioMidiDriver.plugin is in the


same directory as the M-Audio MAudioFireWireMIDI.plugin file.

Contact M-Audio technical support if you experience this problem.


CREATE AND SHARE YOUR OWN TEMPLATES

The templates we have provided are only the beginning of what you can do
with your hardware controller and Stylus RMX. We’ve provided a blank table
for you to document your own Controller Template creations. You will find it
in the User Template Tools folder, which is located inside the MIDI Learn
directory on your hard drive.

…/SAGE/Stylus RMX/Patches/MIDI Learn/User Template Tools/)

We encourage you to create your own templates, and then share them at the
Yahoo Spectrasonics User Group:

http://launch.groups.yahoo.com/group/spectrasonics/

Enjoy using Stylus RMX with your M-Audio Ozonic.

Best regards,

The Spectrasonics Team


M-Audio Ozonic Template: Part Page 1

HARDWARE CONTROLLER:

M-AUDIO OZONIC
HARDWARE DATA FILE: HARDWARE PRESET:

RMX_Ozonic Preset Bank.xml Preset Name: Stylus RMX Recall: B10


STYLUS RMX TEMPLATE FILE:

Ozonic Part.ctl_rmx

Mixer levels, Solos, and Global parameters affect Parts 1-8. For all other parameters, the part you
control is determined by the host application track/MIDI channel.
TEMPLATE OVERVIEW:
• Sliders C1-C8 -> Mixer Level Part 1-8
• Slider C9 -> Master Level
• Buttons C32-C39 -> Solos (momentary)
• Button C40 -> Global Reverse (momentary)
• Button A27 -> Half Speed
• Button A28 -> All Stop
• Button A29 -> Global Chaos On/Off, Pattern Amt (momentary)
• Button A30 -> All Play
• Button A31 -> Double Speed
• Knob B10 -> Master Filter Tone
• Knob B11 -> Master Filter Emphasis
• Knob B12 -> Coarse Pitch
• Knob B13 -> Reverse
• Knob B14 -> Amp Attack
• Knob B15 -> Amp Hold, Amp Decay
• Knob B16 -> Sample Start
• Knob B17 -> Mixer Pan
• Joystick X -> Aux 1 Send
• Joystick Y -> Aux 2 Send
• Pitch Bend Wheel -> Global Coarse Pitch
• Modulation Wheel -> Global Master Filter Tone
• Foot Switch -> All Play/Stop

Control CC# Channel Description


Slider C1 11 OMNI Mixer: Level Part 1
Slider C2 12 OMNI Mixer: Level Part 2
Slider C3 13 OMNI Mixer: Level Part 3
Slider C4 14 OMNI Mixer: Level Part 4
Slider C5 15 OMNI Mixer: Level Part 5
Slider C6 16 OMNI Mixer: Level Part 6
Slider C7 17 OMNI Mixer: Level Part 7
Slider C8 18 OMNI Mixer: Level Part 8

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M-Audio Ozonic Template: Part Page 2

Control CC# Channel Description


Slider C9 1 OMNI Master Level
Button C32 35 OMNI Mixer: Solo Part 1 (momentary)
Button C33 36 OMNI Mixer: Solo Part 2 (momentary)
Button C34 37 OMNI Mixer: Solo Part 3 (momentary)
Button C35 38 OMNI Mixer: Solo Part 4 (momentary)
Button C36 39 OMNI Mixer: Solo Part 5 (momentary)
Button C37 40 OMNI Mixer: Solo Part 6 (momentary)
Button C38 41 OMNI Mixer: Solo Part 7 (momentary)
Button C39 42 OMNI Mixer: Solo Part 8 (momentary)
Button C40 55 OMNI Edit: Momentary Global Reverse
Button A27 5 Host Channel Browser: Half Speed
Button A28 117 OMNI All Stop
Button A29 3 OMNI Chaos: Global Chaos On/Off, Pattern Amt
Button A30 51 OMNI All Play
Button A31 6 Host Channel Browser: Double Speed
Knob B10 74 Host Channel Edit: Master Filter Tone
Knob B11 82 Host Channel Edit: Master Filter Emphasis
Knob B12 66 Host Channel Edit: Coarse Pitch
Knob B13 106 Host Channel Edit: Reverse
Knob B14 62 Host Channel Edit: Amp Attack
Knob B15 63 Host Channel Edit: Amp Hold, Amp Decay
Knob B16 114 Host Channel Edit: Sample Start
Knob B17 19 Host Channel Mixer: Part Pan
Joystick X 58 Host Channel Mixer: Aux 1 Send
Joystick Y 59 Host Channel Mixer: Aux 2 Send
Pitch Bend 2 OMNI Edit: Global Coarse Pitch
Modulation 56 OMNI Edit: Global Master Filter Tone
Foot Switch 51 OMNI All Play/Stop
M-Audio Ozonic Template: Chaos Page 1

HARDWARE CONTROLLER:
M-AUDIO OZONIC
HARDWARE DATA FILE: HARDWARE PRESET:

RMX_Ozonic Preset Bank.xml Preset Name: Stylus RMX Recall: B10


STYLUS RMX TEMPLATE FILE:

Ozonic Chaos.ctl_rmx
Mixer levels, Solos, and Global parameters affect Parts 1-8. For all other parameters, the part you
control is determined by the host application track/MIDI channel
TEMPLATE OVERVIEW:
• Sliders C1-C8 -> Mixer Levels (Part 1-8)
• Slider C9 -> Master Level
• Buttons C32-C39 -> Solos (momentary)
• Button C40 -> Global Reverse (momentary)
• Button A27 -> Half Speed
• Button A28 -> All Stop
• Button A29 -> Global Chaos On/Off, Pattern Amt (momentary)
• Button A30 -> All Play
• Button A31 -> Double Speed
• Knob B10 -> Chaos On/Off
• Knob B11 -> Chaos Pattern Amount
• Knob B12 -> Chaos Repeat Amount
• Knob B13 -> Chaos Reverse Amount
• Knob B14 -> Chaos Pitch Amount
• Knob B15 -> Chaos Buzz Amount
• Knob B16 -> Chaos Buzz Time
• Knob B17 -> Chaos Buzz Speed
• Joystick X -> Aux 1 Send
• Joystick Y -> Aux 2 Send
• Pitch Bend Wheel -> Global Coarse Pitch
• Modulation Wheel -> Global Master Filter Tone
• Foot Switch -> All Play/Stop

Control CC# Channel Description


Slider C1 11 OMNI Mixer: Level Part 1
Slider C2 12 OMNI Mixer: Level Part 2
Slider C3 13 OMNI Mixer: Level Part 3
Slider C4 14 OMNI Mixer: Level Part 4
Slider C5 15 OMNI Mixer: Level Part 5
Slider C6 16 OMNI Mixer: Level Part 6
Slider C7 17 OMNI Mixer: Level Part 7
Slider C8 18 OMNI Mixer: Level Part 8

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M-Audio Ozonic Template: Chaos Page 2

Control CC# Channel Description


Slider C9 1 OMNI Master Level
Button C32 35 OMNI Mixer: Solo Part 1 (momentary)
Button C33 36 OMNI Mixer: Solo Part 2 (momentary)
Button C34 37 OMNI Mixer: Solo Part 3 (momentary)
Button C35 38 OMNI Mixer: Solo Part 4 (momentary)
Button C36 39 OMNI Mixer: Solo Part 5 (momentary)
Button C37 40 OMNI Mixer: Solo Part 6 (momentary)
Button C38 41 OMNI Mixer: Solo Part 7 (momentary)
Button C39 42 OMNI Mixer: Solo Part 8 (momentary)
Button C40 55 OMNI Edit: Momentary Global Reverse
Button A27 5 Host Channel Browser: Half Speed
Button A28 117 OMNI All Stop
Button A29 3 OMNI Chaos: Global Chaos On/Off, Pattern Amt
Button A30 51 OMNI All Play
Button A31 6 Host Channel Browser: Double Speed
Knob B10 74 Host Channel Chaos: On/Off
Knob B11 82 Host Channel Chaos: Pattern Amount
Knob B12 66 Host Channel Chaos: Repeat Amount
Knob B13 106 Host Channel Chaos: Reverse Amount
Knob B14 62 Host Channel Chaos: Pitch Amount
Knob B15 63 Host Channel Chaos: Buzz Amount
Knob B16 114 Host Channel Chaos: Buzz Time
Knob B17 19 Host Channel Chaos: Buzz Speed
Joystick X 58 Host Channel Mixer: Aux 1 Send
Joystick Y 59 Host Channel Mixer: Aux 2 Send
Pitch Bend 2 OMNI Edit: Global Coarse Pitch
Modulation 56 OMNI Edit: Global Master Filter Tone
Foot Switch 51 OMNI All Play/Stop