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Average rating: 4.5 out of 5
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Darcphella a professional user from USA writes:
Using the MMT-8 with Akai samplers is the way to go. It is fast and easy, and that's what a producer needs to stay creative with the music while not having to be a tech genius in computer programing with the more advance sequencing software. I think the best way to go is the MMT-8 for beginers as well as professionals!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Oct-10-2001 at 09:55
XPRITON a professional user writes:
A cool kit to have in the embryonic stages of your digital musical life.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jul-11-2001 at 16:16
Byron a professional user from US writes:
This thing roks...great for super quick midi 'jotting'. Used it live once so far, and it was cool...would be much cooler if it had a 'tad' bit more memory though (i like to program thick), and if you could save to floppy. If any knows how to hack one of these to add more internal memory, PLEASE LET ME KNOW! My only other complaint is having to reset the clocks, tempo, midi filters, etc info after powering up...but it is SUPER easy to run this gig if you have any midi know how and it was very worth the $100 i paid for it!

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jun-27-2001 at 20:36
stk a professional user from australia writes:
excellent machine, perfect for live performance - i use mine for ambient dub type shit, track muting is awesome. I have an older grey one, never had any probs (although its crashed a few times while midi-sample dumping from pc, thru mmt-8 to sampler) duh. If anyone knows some SysEx librarian software that can be used to store mmt-8 sequence data, please mail and let me know. cheers.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Apr-03-2001 at 02:06
rok koritnik a professional user from slovenia writes:
This is the simpliest machine I've ever work with. I's even easier to use then a little more sophisticated pocket calculator. It works pretty good, it's affortable, yet reliable. Well, it once hapened, that it went totaly crazy when the mobile phone was near it. Imagine that hapens on a gig. Huh... But anyway. I just won't carry a mobile phone near it, and everything will be o.k.. Me and my band companions like it, although it looks like a kind of phone machine or something. It looks ugly as hell, but works excelent, and that's what counts. Plus, it works well together with cake walk computer sequencer. I love it.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Monday-Apr-02-2001 at 05:51
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