Synth Site: Yamaha: SU-10: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 3.6 out of 5
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yrekcirtcele a professional user from YUNITED KINGDOM writes:
YYYYYYYYYYYYIBBA YAAA!scratch pad good-filter better than akais950's-lo fi sound-good!can only save samples in memory-can only use filter on low quality-lose polyphony when you use an effect-bad!good value and mucho fun!

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Sunday-Dec-15-2002 at 18:55
P.HUNK a hobbyist user from GER writes:
I got this fun toy for 100 Euros w/o manual so I had to find out all it's features/limits by messing around.. I use it together with my qy20, cz101, dx100, a midified cs01, poly800 and a tiny midi controller keyboard made by casio. What I need now is a mini battery powered mixer and a god notebook with Cakewalk/Cubase and there goes my battery powered backpack "studio" and I jam around wherever I like =)) back to the su10.. it's fun but limited. VERY limited. But it's fun. VERY fun. especially scratchin' and filtering samples like a crayzee b*tch!! Phunk up your qy20 beats by sampling it in the su10 set it on filter and scratch that ribbon!!

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Saturday-Nov-23-2002 at 14:37
skytzo a hobbyist user from VA writes:
Yeah i got the su-10 hooked upp to a old mmt-8 sequencer .The su-10 is like a toy but you can still freak it like a plane sampler,but i do agree the features are kinda toy'ish (you can only play 1 sample at a time). but hey i admit i have fun freak'n my breaks with it

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jun-05-2002 at 00:43
skytzo a hobbyist user from VA writes:
Yeah i got the su-10 hooked upp to a old mmt-8 sequencer .The su-10 is like a toy but you can still freak it like a plane sampler,but i do agree the features are kinda toy'ish (you can only play 1 sample at a time). but hey i admit i have fun freak'n my breaks with it

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jun-05-2002 at 00:41
Nik Pearson a hobbyist user from Guildford, UK writes:
Just got it second-hand for 40 pounds ($60) and isn't badly equipped. Got some good little features to muck about with, but the sequencer is way too limited. It would be absoulutely perfect if it had a step-record function. Maybe i just ain't discovered it. Reverse is good, as well as the filter, even if it is a little jumpy (a little like a cheap wah pedal.) Not bad at all, but then you can't argue for $60...

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Monday-May-13-2002 at 11:56
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