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Average rating: 4.5 out of 5
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Michael Hoeldke a professional user from Berlin, Germany writes:
The ASR 10 sampler is the best sounding electronical catastrophy in the world! First: the sampler becomes so hot after having worked for 3-5 hours, that it crashes all ten minutes. A second ASR 10 did exactly the same! My working time during a production is 12-15 hours! You could NOT call this a professional machine! The MIDI-Timing is worse than my old Roland U-110! That is because the effect section (that sounds real great) makes the processor so slow. When I asked the german distributor in germany for support: f... it. Since I bought two Kurzweil Samplers (K2000/K2500), I am a satisfied composer with satisfied customers!

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:39
Rodney G. Oakley a hobbyist user from U.S. writes:
I'm in love with my ASR!!!!!! This is by far the best piece of equipment I own. It samples like a dream and the overall versility of the machine is phenominal!!! I haven't had many bad experiences...My floppy drive crashed...The play button got loose and wiggly but other than that it's been perfect. I've had my board for about 2 1/2 years and it has been by counselor in my time of dispair, a friend who is there to share the good times with and most of all a way to escape the pressures of the world. I haven't had to call for tech support but if it is as bad as I'm hearing YOU FOLKS AT ENSONIQ NEED TO CHECK YOURSELVES!!!!!! If everyone loves their ASR 10 like I love mine, you guys are setting yourselves up for a major downfall!!! PEACE TO ALL MY ASR 10 HOMIES IN THE WORLD!!!!!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:39
Jim Jones a professional user from Australia writes:
Asr 88 is probably going to be one of the only 88 note weighted keyboard

samplers to be produced. If you want 88 notes of individual samples with

the flexibility to send individuals out 6 Aux. through effects and back

into the machine it's ideal. Excellent live controller, but big and heavy.

Effects are bizarre and incredibly flexible. Make sure you get a copy of

Waveboys Resonant Filter and Voder (Vocoder) effects algorithms if you want

to play it like an analog keyboard. Ensoniq are bad with their quality, but

if you play nasty eventually you will get an exceptional one, (my first was

truly FUCKED though). The current model (with the backlit screen) works

really well only rarely crashes. Just backup before you perform major DSP

stuff and you'll save frustration, (and hair!)

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:39
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