Akai ASQ10 Service Manual ASQ 10 ASQ Akai ASQ10 Original Factory Service Manual and Schematic Diagrams. Contact us if you don’t see the. Info. asq 10_front. NAME: ASQ TYPE: Sequencer. MANUFACTURER: Akai. YEAR: DAY RATE: WEEKLY RATE: hi – does anyone have or know anyone who has an asq 10 manual? I did DL the MPC manual form , but would.

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ALL is the file type, the eight letter filename is optional. Then again, you could say that a Rolls Royce doesn’t have many more facilities than a Ford Sierra. The timing is extremely accurate and the swing is very natural sounding.

I shot a little video with me playing with the contrast setting, alai you can see for yourself: It’s nice to record the simple bits first, then overdub a few ‘tricky’ notes. Sometimes, you need to play a track without quantisation to get that old-fashioned human touch, but just an occasional note needs to be pushed into line. Also, the small number of buttons I played with appeared to do reasonable things within the display.

Included is the custom Anvil road case pictured.

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This is instead of each sustain message being recorded verbatim. No problems with this.

Most hardware sequencers haven’t got to the stage yet of being able to name tracks, so this is a most welcome feature. Same sequencer as the MPC These names can then have outgoing MIDI note numbers assigned to them.

These types of MIDI data consume memory very quickly, and ‘thinning out’ the mannual in this way may be helpful. Surely there are only a certain number of functions a sequencer can have? Up to 99 sequences, 99 tracks, 60,note capacity, 3.

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I’m tempted to ask, ‘Why hasn’t anyone thought of this before?

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Please contact me before using “Buy it now” for the actual shipping costs,! However, most ‘bulk data’ dumps, such as voice library data or non real-time sequence data dumps, are larger than bytes and cannot be recorded into the unit in real-time, and the ASQ 10 software currently has no facility for recording bulk data dumps while stopped. A great machine, the swing you can get with it is amazing! There are features which are not there on the Akai that really ought to be at this price: My keyboardist and myself guitarist sequenced it to play many separate instruments at a time including controlling effects modules.

Actually the display is fine! If the incoming data is for a small change, less than the minimum change value, then that data will not be recorded.

This one is in excellent condition, fully functional with new screen, Roger Linn 3. Another goodie is the ability to dedicate tracks to be drum tracks. Some might say he has a lot to answer for! There is also drum mixing and tuning for use with the much looked forward to Akai MPC 60 drum computer.

All the buttons and keys seem to be in place. Minor scratches here and there, but in generally good nick. Being sold as is in untested condition. One of the most successful features is the throw-away-the-manual button, HELP. The scratches, not really visible when the display is on.


Fully functional with a new screen, Roger Linn 3. Switch for either V or V Technically great, no loose, misfiring or sticky buttons, floppy drive is perfect! Usually the only reason for the thickness is because they have English, French, German and Cockney Rhyming Slang sections covering the same information. This means that each track can only have akal MIDI channel associated with it.

At least we can be sure that it is optimised for the sequencing function, and skai there will be no chance of anyone slinking away with it for a quick game of Space Invaders. Searchable archive of old, out-of-print music production magazines. Normal records velocity data as played.

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Here is your rare chance to get a fully functional ASQ10 in nice shape! Inside is very clean indeed. When we are used to seeing sequencing packages on floppy disk, it makes a change to have a hulking great dedicated box.

It has a lot of great features such as two MIDI inputs and four outputs so no merge and splitter boxes necessary to connect equipment without daisy-chaining. I think the back light has gone as the display is not very illuminated but the contrast is still good and can be seen well. This wasn’t just a drum machine, it could take samples and acted as a pretty sophisticated MIDI sequencer too.