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Average rating: 4.5 out of 5
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Arc a hobbyist user from USA writes:
There is/was a site called that had some info on refurbishing the mmt8's buttons. I just tried to get to it, but it either doesn't exist any longer or it's temporarily down. I've disassembled mine and cleaned the button contacts with an electronic contact cleaner and q-tips, both the buttons and where they contact on the circuit board. This does work and will last for quite sometime. Unfortunately when the buttons really started to need alot of pressure to work, I snapped one of the plastic mounts on the case by pressing to hard. Fixed it with some machine screws to hold things together. Great little sequencer and easy to use.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Tuesday-May-21-2002 at 19:50
Clive Noble a professional user from Israel writes:
I've been dreading this day for 14 years, the day that the MMT8 stopped working. The 3 main buttons just don't work, It's been getting quite hard over the last few months (winter time) but now I can't work it.

I can't think of any other piece of equipment that has worked so well and reliably for me, in any field even outside music (apart from my dear wife of course) and I can't find anyone here that knows how to fix it.... there are a couple who've said they'll have a go! but I want someone who knows.

Has anyone got any tricks for this?

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-May-21-2002 at 14:16
martin g from uk writes:
I had one of these "little giant" 1st of all they are UNDESTRUCTABLE. I lost count of how many times I dropped it om my hardwood floor it almost made me cry everytime. Maybe its because of the flyweight body, this thing was very light. A beginner can figure out this machine in no time thats how easy it is to operate (LOVE HOW YOU CAN MERGE and MERGE the tracks together!!!)Mute a track just a push of a button. I would take this machine over any hardware and software sequencers anytime even my cakewalk and cubase. There's alot of things in hardware that you cant get from software, CHARACTER, FEELING, and RELIABILITY. I cant recall one software that made me say "thanks for the memory" but when it comes to hardware my list is really endless.Thats why I always try to support the people at ALESIS, ROLAND, EMU, AKAI etc. etc. by buying their hardware products. I can careless about REASON, VSTs, SONAR, etc.

posted Wednesday-May-01-2002 at 02:54
janet esparsa a hobbyist user from tx writes:

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Thursday-Mar-21-2002 at 17:36
Mystro a professional user from USA writes:
The most user-friendly MIDI sequencer that I have EVER worked with. I don't know of another sequencer that comes close to competing with it.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Mar-19-2002 at 16:34
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