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Instructions Alesis, Modèle Photon 25

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Three layers of twelve knobs each provide the equivalent of 36 knobs per preset. • Simultaneously active USB and 5-pin MIDI connections allow the Photon to interface easily with both computers and standalone audio hardware. • Pre-programmed setups and templates work with popular software right out of the box. You can easily design your own custom setups and templates, too. Up to 20 complete setups can be stored. 1 y^LESIS photon Product Registration Please go to to register your new Photon 25. Registration helps you by ensuring that we can keep you up to date on any last-minute product issues. If you want, Alesis can also send you information on other products that might interest you. Registration helps us, too. When you let us know the types of music products you use and dream about, you help us bring you cutting-edge products like the Photon 25. Minimum Computer Requirements The Photon 25 requires either Windows XP or Mac OS X and a USB 1.1 or higher connection. Earlier operating systems are not supported. Any MIDI application which allows you to select your MIDI device should be compatible with the Photon 25. Very basic MIDI programs will not allow you to take advantage of the Photon 25’s joystick and knobs. 2 >4lesis photon Rear-Panel Connections 6V DC / ©-€^9 POWER USB MIDI IN MIDI OUT SUSTAIN PEDAL § □ 151 © Î © t © Î © Î © Î © r © 1. Externa.! Adapter Jack — Plug in the AC adapter if you don’t want to power the Photon 25 through either the USB connection or four ”C”-size batteries. (Use a 6VDC, negative tip, 1000mA device.) 2. Power Source Selector — Press this switch IN to power the Photon 25 from either four "C"-size batteries or an optional external power adapter. If both an AC adapter and batteries are present, the AC adapter will be used rather than the batteries. Leave this switch OUT to power the Photon 25 from a computer’s USB connection or to turn off the unit when USB power is not present. Notes: When using a laptop computer, consider using batteries to prolong the laptop’s operating time between charges. Load batteries on the bottom of the Photon 25. 3. USB Connector — Plug a standard USB cable into this outlet and into a USB 1.1 or higher connector on your computer. 4. MIDI IN Connector— Use a five-pin MIDI cable to connect the OUTPUT of an external MIDI controller to the MIDI IN of the Photon 25. If you use an external MIDI IN device, your computer will recognize it as a second MIDI IN controller. 3 >4lesis photon 5. MIDI OUT Connector — Use a five-pin MIDI cable to connect the MIDI OUT of the Photon 25 to the INPUT of an external MIDI device. The operation of the MIDI OUT port changes depending on whether or not a USB cable is connected to the Photon. • USB cable connected: MIDI data from your computer is passed to the MIDI OUT port. Note: When a USB cable is connected, you should activate "MIDI echo” in your sequencer if you want the Photon to control another MIDI device. • USB cable not connected: Whatever you play on the Photon is sent to the MIDI OUT port. Note: If you have another device connected to the Photon’s MIDI IN port, that device’s MIDI information will be ignored. 6. Sustain Pedal Input— Connect a keyboard sustain pedal (not included). Use any manufacturer’s sustain pedal: when you turn on the Photon 25, it will automatically calibrate itself to the pedal. USB data from the computer MIDI data from the Photon (or an external controller connected to the Photon's MIDI IN port) 4 y^LESIS photon Top Panel Controls © 1. Keyboard — A full-size, 25-note, velocity-sensitive keyboard. 2. Octave Up/Down Buttons — Transpose the keyboard in octaves using these buttons. Press them both at the same time to reset the keyboard range. 3. X/YjJoystick — Control pitch bend, modulation, and other functions with this 2-way joystick. The X axis and Y axis can be assigned independently. 4. 270° Knobs — 12 knobs each transmit MIDI values from 0 to 127. The knobs can be assigned to various MIDI parameters. 5. Layer Button — Press the LAYER button to cycle through the Photon 25’s three independent knob layers. The lights above the LAYER button indicate which one of the three available layers is currently active. Knob assignments can be made on each layer for a total of 36 knob assignments per preset. 6. Display— The display shows current status information. 7. Configuration buttons — Call up and save presets, set global parameters and more using the configuration buttons. See below for additional detail. 8. Encoder— Twirl the encoder to select various parameters and values. Press the encoder to toggle between parameter and value assignments and to accept your entries. 5 y^LESIS photon Plug-and-Play Connection to a Computer Both Windows XP and Mac OS X see the Photon as a plug-and play MIDI controller. Simply plug the Photon into your computer using a USB cable and allow the operating system to install it automatica...

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