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Average rating: 4.7 out of 5
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Robert a part-time user from USA writes:
I gave a review some time ago on the PDC 100. I did not place it on ebay, but I do have an offer to sell. I have also received many request for copies of the manual. I now offer the manual on CD in PDF file format or as an email attachment for more information contact me @

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Monday-Aug-09-2004 at 15:11
Robert T. Johnson a hobbyist user from USA writes:
I agree that the Brother PDC 100 is a great and overlooked midi sequencer. The PDC 100 is great if your current midi keyboard does have a built in sequencer. It's also small and very powerfull. I got mine about ten years ago, but I can not remember what I paid for it. I no longer use it and plan to place it on Ebay. I still have the original manual, power supply and cables. Once again I agree it's great.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-May-14-2003 at 23:13
kenlive2001 a hobbyist user from Las Vegas-it's a dry heat-Nv writes:
I agree with kenetyk:the PDC100 is overlooked has all the functions needed to write midi(or midi librarian) and is extemely economical.I picked mine up used in '93 for $121.I've also used the Yamaha QX7 and the Roland MC-50mkII(my personal favorite stand alone midi sequencer)over the only complaint about the pdc100 is that the buttons wear out and you really have to push them sometimes.I tried the link to the Owners Manual but no luck.I don't suppose there is a users group out there?

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Monday-Dec-02-2002 at 20:00
KNETYK a professional user from Indianapolis, IN writes:
This sequencer, by and large, seems to be over looked in the anals of MIDI sequencing history. Apparently so, only because of the brand name. I bought this unit brand new when it came out around 1992 for about $300. A couple years later and hurting for money, I let it go. I recently purchased another one for only $67 on ebay. People just don't seem to know to look for these treasures. 32 tracks with endless midi filtering and editing parameters. For quick snippets to place here and there, you can record 'UNITS.' This helps with building tracks that have repetitive parts which keeps you from having to play entire song length parts, then quantizing to find that you were too far off on a note. Then again, if that's the route you like, you can edit the track just the same. The midi capabilities are pretty endless, and if you'd really like to know what it can do, there's an online manual here: I'll just save this space to say that if you're in need of a pro quality sequencer that'll accomadate your every need, try to score one of these. More than likely, you'll save several hundreds of dollars. Then again, if you have the cash to burn, I'd look at the Roland mc-80.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Jan-05-2001 at 22:12
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