[Update March 17, 2022 – This article was originally published in 2006. Original links have moved. I’ve updated the article to put in new links]
I’m now the proud owner of an M-Audio Axiom 25 controller and will be writing a few posts about this fantastic keyboard in the days to come.
The controller works with the Enigma editor/librarian. Enigma allows you to program, store and load setups for M-Audio and Evolution USB MIDI controllers. In addition to the Axiom 25 other products currently supported includes the Evolution MK-425, MK-449, MK-461, UC-33e and X-Session, as well as the M-Audio Keystation Pro 88, O2, Ozonic and Trigger Finger.
Here are some features listed on the M-Audio site:
• software parameter editor to easily alter and create memory presets
• librarian to store unlimited memory presets on hard disk
• comes with a library of VST instruments and all editable parameters
• fast and easy
• free to registered users of compatible M-Audio and Evolution products
The Enigma editor was not on the installation disc that comes with the Axiom, so if you want to use it, you’ll need to download Windows Version here and Mac version here.
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10 responses to “Download the Free Enigma Editor”
Enigma Help (Productguide) by M-Audio
Enigma is easy-to-use : your keyboard or controller is actually shown on the screen. To assign a knob, slider or button on your Evolution product, simply drag the parameter from the list and drop it onto the controller you wish to assign.
Looked for Enigma everywhere but to no avail – until now.
Enigma also works fine on Win10 as of Nov 2019
Only grief: No help/explanation file, so had to figure out by myself. not the most intuitive software ever 🙂
How did you get it to work on Windows 10? It will not open for me.
This article is from 2006 and I don’t use this solution anymore so probably best to contact M-Audio.
Enigma editor for XP
still unable to find Enigma for the maudio oxygen8 v2,looks like they have dropped any kind of support for it,just get emails and posts on their own forum ignored.Why they just can’t have an archive for older hardware/software beats me,steinberg are able to do it so why not maudio.
it’s says an error …where else i could find this software!?..tnx
Yes this application works on vista.
Do you know if this application is supported under Windows Vista?