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Average rating: 4.5 out of 5
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kevin r hovey a professional user from wayzata, mn writes:
the asr is the deal for sampling systems

i use my maxed out asr-10 hooked to a bernoulli 150 meg drive

i have had it booted up and running flawlessly for as long as three months non stop in my studio

it could benefit from a software upgrade to take advantage of the progress in the last year and a half or so

but, all things considered, what a machine - 3 out of five, because i can't believe this is as good as it gets

and the asr-10 is really good \


Rating: 2 out of 5 posted Thursday-Feb-04-1999 at 22:45
derek a professional user from germany writes:
error 144 normally means "midi buffer overflow" or something like that. typically,this error would occur if you let the asr do a complex dsp function (->display showing "data being processed") or memory defrag (the famous "shuffling data"-thingy) and run a big sequence into it.sooner or later,the input buffer will run out of memory, solution:just dont do it :-)

other than that,i have to say that IMHO the asr10 is one of the best keyboards ever made.i could not live without this unit,and even in a studio with a virus, roland 2080,mr rack,rhodes something,kurweil k2500,4 akais,juno 106 and more, i find myself almost 95% of the time in front of the asr10.this baby just sounds so incredibly good,and there is not one thing that you *cant* do with amazing sampler and an incredible synth.

my all-time favourite :-) make it a ten

posted Tuesday-Feb-02-1999 at 20:59
joOHhn a part-timer user from vancouver canada writes:
I do everything on the Asr10, mixed with the jp 8000. I need a couple more synths, but the asr10 sure helps me emulate them. My only wish would be if the memory capacity was the same as the rest of the samplers on the market. I believe that is why I get ERROR 144. Memory maximum. Does anyone out ther actually know what error 144 is? I managed to bust the play button for the sequencer, and the yes button from overuse it's so gooooooood. The system is so logical. the tree of commands. I wish it had knobs to access functions, bou can't have it all. I find the Kurtzweil k2000 comperable but not as logical. I,ve gone from a quick few rentals on the mirage, 5 or 6 years ago, then bought an eps, and for the past couple years i've been on the asr10 and i've been progressively blown away. It sucks for attempting drum and base.(I strickly use it's sequencer. I don't have a computer in the loop). So get one second hand if you don't already have one, it's your all in one deal.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Jan-30-1999 at 23:20
Techniq a professional user from US writes:
The ASR-10 is the phattest!!There it is! One thing, faster loading, faster processor

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:39
David Nielsen a part time user from usa writes:
The Ensoniq ASR-10 is &quot;God in a Box&quot; in my opinion. You can do everything

with it. It samples wonderfully. I used a roland sh-3 to sample many

sounds and nothing is lost nor gained. It's so complex that I can't believe

they sold one to me for only 2100 us dollars brand new.

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