Hardware Sequencers
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Hardware Sequencers user reviews

  • Yamaha RM1X

    Yamaha RM1X - moosers's review


    The Yamaha RM1X is a versatile music workstation that is aimed at users making dance and electronic music. The RM1X was made in the 1990's and I'm pretty sure that it is no longer being manufactured. It can be used both on the stage or in the studi…

  • Akai Professional MPC1000

    Akai Professional MPC1000 - "AKAI MPC1000"


    A few technical specs (I own the black version) on stage. * Pattern-based and linear 64-track sequencer with 32 MIDI channels * 32-voice drum/phrase sampler with up to 128MB RAM * Velocity and pressure-sensitive pads for expressive p…

  • Akai Professional MPC2000XL

    Akai Professional MPC2000XL - Audiofanzine FR's review


    (Originally written by kehi75/translated from Audiofanzine FR) Great for audio and Midi!!!!!!!!!! The sequencer is just amazing. UTILIZATION Very easy configuration. Once you know how it works you can start right away. SOUNDS I read lot…

  • Roland MC-808

    Roland MC-808 - Audiofanzine FR's review


    (Originally written by Libreesprit/translated from Audiofanzine FR) See Roland's website UTILIZATION Comprehensive and clear user's manual. It includes a quick start guide explaining all main functions. With lots of references to other ch…

  • Yamaha RS7000

    Yamaha RS7000 - Audiofanzine FR's review


    (Originally written by Paranomix39/translated from Audiofanzine FR) UTILIZATION Personally, I find the sequencer is quite complicated but great: everything can be edited! It takes too much time but once you understood how it works, it go…

  • Roland MC-09 PhraseLab

    Roland MC-09 PhraseLab - FP User's review


    For such a small and obscure unit, it is literaly /packed/ with features. For 200 euros I got a synth with a step sequencer, a programmable, syncable fx-processor and a 4-track sampler. Damn! And it can even cough up a few drum sounds. None of it's f…

  • Roland MC-09 PhraseLab

    Roland MC-09 PhraseLab - FP User's review


    This obviously is the little brother of the mc-909. it combines a synth with a secuencer and a sampler. the addition of the sampler is really nice, and sets it apart from other grooveboxes. the downside is that roland really wants you to buy a mc-909…

  • Roland MV-8800

    Roland MV-8800 - Audiofanzine FR's review


    (Originally written by le.ti.ardennais/translated from Audiofanzine FR) - Types of connections (audio, MIDI, etc.): Midi, digital, analog - How many presets and programs are available? Are they editable? With a Mac/PC software? Unfortunately not …

  • MidiTemp Multistation MSX

    MidiTemp Multistation MSX - FP User's review


    INCREDIBLY SUPERB FEATURES: - A rack mounted 1U main unit with touch screen remote control (easy to use); optional 2nd remote control port on the front of the main unit - The operating system is on flash-eprom easily updated via the internet from tim…

  • Akai Professional MPC2500

    Akai Professional MPC2500 - FP User's review


    The best MPC yet! CHOP SHOP is truly amazing and the grid edit it cool. Price paid $1,700 UTILIZATION If you already own an MPC you'll be okay but it's def. not for a newbie of anysort. They'll be LOST. I haven't encountered any bugs with the OS-…