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Average rating: 4.5 out of 5
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J a part-time user from USA writes:
My ASR-10, manufactured 6/96 has been a BEAST! Still really not much out there that can compare with the deep grimy ambiance that it lends to all tracks created. Anyone need one? Philly, PA, USA.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Jan-30-2009 at 13:15
Jay a professional user from USA writes:
This thing is a ~MONSTER~ devastator of VSTi. Get the solid state flash ram for your HDD. Yes it does crash but only when you PUSH it hard like sharing all kinds of intensive midi and scsi chains. Best advice is give it its own everything, own SCSI Flash media and it can hold 9gb. Ok, the sound is ~DEVASTATING~ I use guitar effects and can get near analog old school pulsating ARPS with delay. Get the output expander so you can route separate effects. I use the sequencer but plan on using nuendo and record WAV or midi as there just so much massive sound options with complex looping of effects. Im talking a TORRENT of musicality sounding audio. I dont recommend the B3 or larger patches as at 16 megs you get long load time and single patch! Use a Triton or Kurzweil! By the way I get ERROR 144 reboot when I share my Glyph SCSI drive with my Kurz even if they are on different ID numbers. Something bugs it an makes it crash. In this modern day its not an issue if you have a good DAW to handle stuff. OMG this thing Ill never sell it, its just so much bigger and punchier then any VSTi. I route vocals, Vsti tracks and acoustic guitar into it with its own privater line mixer and the digital into my mixer in/out for Vsti and use the waveboy effects. Iv talked to much so now go and buy one (its not just for hip hop I'm doing newage, ambient, thrash, trans waves and just brutal attacks. Its heavy, expensive and good but it makes music and it makes you want to make music and it drips music and you never get the same sound twice if you like tweaking it just goes on and on like the energiser bunny. Would be good for live if you could lift the thing at 50 pounds! By the way I took mine as carry on on a plane and walked a LONG way to the tarmack and got pleanty of laughter because it was HEAVY and I looked lame,

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Oct-18-2008 at 20:25
PaulASR10 a part-time user from London writes:
I got my asr10 about 3 months ago from some guy in london. I got it for £250 quid in the end and it came with all the original discs and the wave boy fx discs to. It also has the scsi instaled i just gota get a zip now or cd. My first hardware apart from my macpro. Iv used it a little, But im waiting to finish my studio before i realy get going on it. Even tho iv only used it a bit i gota say. The effects and sound quality are crazy!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Nov-14-2007 at 19:23
dasone a professional user from United States writes:
im part of this new movement of computer producers, but i know of the asr 10 and all of its glory(and i plan on getting one) but one thing i dont know, the SCSI, what exactly do i need that for? and if i get one with out the SCSI am i still in good shape? if someone can get back at me about this little detail that would be great

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-29-2007 at 12:57
Mkfly aka captain crunch a professional user from USA writes:
Im starting to realize after having over 5 asr's over the last 15 yrs, experimenting with many mpc's, emu's, roland's, korg's, yamaha's, kurzweils, & other gear, in my opinion, THE ASR-10 IS POUND 4 POUND THE GREATEST PIECE OF HARDWARE I EVER CAME ACROSS, I really mean that, ensoniq was amazing for creating this genius sampler workstation!!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Mar-17-2007 at 10:26
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