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Average rating: 4.5 out of 5
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Ben Feggans a professional user from Australia writes:
I recently bought an ASR-10 from a friend that I used to write music with, even though I couldn't really afford it, because from experience I know nothing sounds as warm and musical as the ASR. It is in perfect condition- I couln't see a beautiful machine go to somebody that didn't understand it. I'm sick of using my Mac and decided to get back into hardware. This Keyboard was so ahead of its time-127 layers of wavesamples, incredible effects, there is nothing like it. I am after the waveboy filter disc if anyone wants to do a software swap??

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Jun-28-2002 at 07:14
Svein a part-time user from united kingdom writes:
I have been so lucky to own my rack-version of the ASR-10 for nearly 10 years now.It has been a very good friend, and it is most certainly a powerful tool. Apparently,when making i.e vocal- harmonies,and be able to listen to the previous sample while recording a new,is not happening on other samplers.I use the ASR to record all my vocal and this function is crucial for me.Also:the fact u can make "ghost- copies" of samples save a lot of memory,and u can layer vocals till the cows come home!!MAGIC!!!!! One BAD thing about the ASR-10:Communication with external hard-drives-i.e starting up cold via hard-drive..Otherwise it is AMAZING!!!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Jun-18-2002 at 19:06
Rico a hobbyist user from Queens NYC writes:
Ok, first off there is not another machine like it. I used the MPC 60, 2000xl and 3000 and believe me the asr is far superior, The sequencing on the mpc is better no doubt, But Sampling on the asr is by far the best, sampling on the MPC is very wack...and besides the Asr torches the mpc on sampling by a wider margin then the mpc beats the asr on sequencing...If you have skills you can flip the ASR sequencer's....Heads like Necro, Evidence and Alchemist use his piece 24/7...The asr really changed my life and i never stopped learning it, the machine has such a warm sound and a mind of its own......When i die bury me with the ASR...

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Apr-15-2002 at 19:42
Math S. Avage a part-time user from u.s. writes:
ASR-10.. My favroit art form/sampler/ insturment/ anything you can do befor it crashes.That's it simple and plain out of every thing I've used this is by far one of the most loved and respected peices of equipment ever.Anyone that has one knows the feelings.And if anyone is not happy with thiers let me get the first bid.(e-mail me at across@prodigy.com att. Math S. Avage.)

posted Thursday-Feb-21-2002 at 16:01
Simon a hobbyist user from USA writes:
I LOVE MY ASR !!!!! but only by itself it would crash when being used with my MPC never could figure that one out. I like it better for drums than the MPC in honesty. For an all in one unit this is it. PLEASE BELIEVE IT. The MPC needs a keyboard, rack modules etc, etc, etc. Leave the ASR-x where ever u found it.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Feb-18-2002 at 22:10
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