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Average rating: 4.5 out of 5
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DrRobjam a professional user from usa writes:
The fast way to lay tracks and loops. I use mine just to trigger samples. Saving to tape is lame, I recommend save to the MDF2 or MDF3 by yamaha. The bulk dump feature is MONDO. Any old MIDI patches, Patch changes, sampler librarians, DR5, and the like take up 56k to 183k. That's like 10,000 triggers per patch! Like the other reveiws, this item is perfect for the beginer and the pro alike. Slaves to every thing and the qbm can be adjusted to sync better if needed.

posted Monday-Jan-03-2000 at 21:33
Jon Barton a part-time user from US writes:
I've had my MMT8 since it came out. It's still the easiest and quickest way to compose. I haven't even taken the time to learn PC sequencing because I hate to be slowed down. I only wish it had more memory for my double X7000 sampler sequences. Still a great sequencer! JB

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Dec-14-1999 at 08:22
Bryan a hobbyist user from San Francisco writes:
A pretty nice little box. Great for sketching out ideas and doing live pattern-switching and track muting. Editing features are weak, though, and manipulating blocks of data is not possible (e.g., you cannot copy measures 1 through 4 to measures 5 through 8). A small gripe really. I've been doing dumps from Cubase and that has been, after a little homework, relatively painless.

It reminds of an MC303 without a tone generator: a simple pattern-based 8-track sequencer with mute buttons. But the MMT-8 is a helluva lot cheaper.

Note: The buttons didn't work too well when I bought it, but a quick cleaning of the contacts with a pencil eraser later, and everything now functions beautifully.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Thursday-Dec-09-1999 at 13:22
Will a part-timer user from usa writes:
Incredible piece of gear!!! I love mine and will keep on using it because it is soooooo easy to use. It really helps to create music when you don't have to get fried on complicated machines. I know there's more powerful stuff out there---I even have a more powerful sequencer myself but I keep using the MMT-8 because it does not slow me down. It is so simple to use it is hard to replace. This puppy is part of the KISS program and probably always will be. A good friend of mine turned me on to the MMT-8 a while back and I really owe him a favor for that. It has served me well and continues to do so daily.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Oct-13-1999 at 03:10
SAM a professional user from USA writes:
This thing is incredible. Easy to use - very powerful and a lot of fun. Worth the money and a whole lot more. I have three of them -- only paid $150 each for mint condition. They are so koool!!! 24 tracks all together! Mind-blowing. Buy one or two or even three if you can --they are actually going up in value. This is one piece of gear that will not depreciate like you new car does. If you can find one for $175 or less go for it. There's nothing out there in the same price range that even comes close. Use it -- you'll be very glad you did.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Sep-29-1999 at 01:36
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