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  • Dr. Octagon's Solution

    Sequential Circuits Studio 440Published on 09/28/16 at 03:43
    I've had this for a few years now, and every time I sample something into it, I end up with unique textures & sounds from the original! I love how there's tons of features that do quirky things that I know I will never fully realize because there's so many combinations of cool stuff you can do! If you can find one of these rare gems... please get it! Throw in an old 60's or 70's bboy break, and you got pure gold! This is the machine that Dan the Automator used all throughout the Dr. Octagon album, as well as Mantronix, & DJ Cash Money's old records ;)
  • Anonymous

    Sequential Circuits Studio 440Published on 10/15/02 at 00:33
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Machines as actually more! a thoroughbred!
    read on!

    UTILIZATION

    As I said the other dj: THIS MACHINE IS WILD, its sound and its use are Drout habitus for the sp and other mpc, but satisfaction After a few days of use!
    ngatif one point, the pads are hyper chelou dtriore and fast.
    ah yes, the amazing feature that allows monitoring cost the grain of the machine to diffrent frquences sampling of REAL TIME! ! !

    SOUNDS

    Trs Obviously effective for drums but also for the samples because it has enough memory, but above all: unique, the studio runit envelope filter and other features more than indict- this: overlay samples and functions SCALE (cost absolutely), and more original SCSI......
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    Machines as actually more! a thoroughbred!
    read on!

    UTILIZATION

    As I said the other dj: THIS MACHINE IS WILD, its sound and its use are Drout habitus for the sp and other mpc, but satisfaction After a few days of use!
    ngatif one point, the pads are hyper chelou dtriore and fast.
    ah yes, the amazing feature that allows monitoring cost the grain of the machine to diffrent frquences sampling of REAL TIME! ! !

    SOUNDS

    Trs Obviously effective for drums but also for the samples because it has enough memory, but above all: unique, the studio runit envelope filter and other features more than indict- this: overlay samples and functions SCALE (cost absolutely), and more original SCSI but only on the bones rcents I believe? ? ?

    OVERALL OPINION

    This machine s'achte eyes closed, 5000 8000 CHF remains a reasonable price according to the State gnrale, little known in France, it is very rare and is the only alternative to srieuse Eternal SP12 drum machines and MPC60!
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  • Sequential Circuits Studio 440Published on 03/03/05 at 18:36
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The two features this machine are completely overwhelmed ... (c is somewhat of a dinosaur)
    it possesses unique features for cons ..

    UTILIZATION

    The usage is very simple once freelance philosophy of the machine.
    eficace edition, no frills. envelopes and low pass filter analog, digital control.
    ... C is not there on 36 comb filters or string, but ...

    SOUNDS

    I have loved and enormously machines such as emu sp 12turbo akai S950 or compress which converters, color, and alter the sound (no portion ... as API or Neve will never do ...)
    ... But the sound of this machine JUMP TO MOUTH!!
    if you like the sounds trash all pts, I have never found better ..
    if you want your sounds......
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    The two features this machine are completely overwhelmed ... (c is somewhat of a dinosaur)
    it possesses unique features for cons ..

    UTILIZATION

    The usage is very simple once freelance philosophy of the machine.
    eficace edition, no frills. envelopes and low pass filter analog, digital control.
    ... C is not there on 36 comb filters or string, but ...

    SOUNDS

    I have loved and enormously machines such as emu sp 12turbo akai S950 or compress which converters, color, and alter the sound (no portion ... as API or Neve will never do ...)
    ... But the sound of this machine JUMP TO MOUTH!!
    if you like the sounds trash all pts, I have never found better ..
    if you want your sounds of snares gouache, kiks get ready to forget the compression to the mix, as stated in another opinion ... ctte user machine is wild!!
    (Function scale stings the eyes ...)

    OVERALL OPINION

    If your thing is the c finesse, the multisamples and 96kHz recording, you risk to be deu ..
    on the other hand, if you want to put a big pair of balls in the middle of your speakers ...
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  • Sequential Circuits Studio 440Published on 09/07/06 at 17:33
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The old stuff, and really Exceeds simplistic, we like it or not.

    UTILIZATION

    Remember this is a good machine. The use is very simple condition not to allow its neurons in the fridge. For Premire approach, it is best to avoid being full of fumes psychotropic ...

    Easy to use, basic, fast.

    SOUNDS

    The sound is bold, typ "US".
    It is a very heavy box for lovers of big sounds, High Definition for the sampling, go your way.

    Dynamic quite unusual: a sending sec.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Used left and right (studios, among friends, shopping ...) I kept mixed feelings.

    I have long used an Ensoniq ASR-X Pro and various samplers, this one I liked poour ergonomics and strong.
    C'tait......
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    The old stuff, and really Exceeds simplistic, we like it or not.

    UTILIZATION

    Remember this is a good machine. The use is very simple condition not to allow its neurons in the fridge. For Premire approach, it is best to avoid being full of fumes psychotropic ...

    Easy to use, basic, fast.

    SOUNDS

    The sound is bold, typ "US".
    It is a very heavy box for lovers of big sounds, High Definition for the sampling, go your way.

    Dynamic quite unusual: a sending sec.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Used left and right (studios, among friends, shopping ...) I kept mixed feelings.

    I have long used an Ensoniq ASR-X Pro and various samplers, this one I liked poour ergonomics and strong.
    C'tait the era of good stuff.

    Today he is the pick with his specs and his dirty prhistoriques. You can love is conceivable. I remember seeing it in stores some time ago around 700 euros (with all that goes with SCSI). It seems a little too much for the machine vision capabilities. But if you STRP dpenser your fortunes just to have the vintage or because it's fashion ... so be it.

    I RPET and too bad if I annoyed: bcanne nice but not enough to make a legends. (Not spam me messages, I invariably get our answer you cook ...)

    A try before you buy, is not all musical trends.
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  • Sequential Circuits Studio 440Published on 08/21/08 at 08:50
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    C'set a 12bit sampler type of SCI 2002 polyphonic 8, no effect internal 512k memory, disk loading 1.4 mo, I never managed to get the SCSI Iomega Zip 100MB one.

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration is easy to access with a small lcd in all, navigation is intuitive and simple as all Sequential Circuits, no visualization of the waveform, manual in English very professional, no effect

    SOUNDS

    The sound is like the others said, mind-blowing of 12 bit banging, let's see what sounds you put, it can also serve as a sample player like a sampler banks in 2002 are compatible.
    That those pads are plugged in the afternoon to see

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have 10 years and no longer useful for the......
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    C'set a 12bit sampler type of SCI 2002 polyphonic 8, no effect internal 512k memory, disk loading 1.4 mo, I never managed to get the SCSI Iomega Zip 100MB one.

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration is easy to access with a small lcd in all, navigation is intuitive and simple as all Sequential Circuits, no visualization of the waveform, manual in English very professional, no effect

    SOUNDS

    The sound is like the others said, mind-blowing of 12 bit banging, let's see what sounds you put, it can also serve as a sample player like a sampler banks in 2002 are compatible.
    That those pads are plugged in the afternoon to see

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have 10 years and no longer useful for the computer, but when you want to have fun and create pattern is great, loop recording part sequencer is complete for the time, the pad s' crush a little when martel too, but back in 5 minutes, the velocity is stepped and said, I appreciate the opportunity to transfer the track sequencer that can be either rhythm track or going to the midi synth, noon is complete with inoutthru,
    I took a lot of fun and I keep my 2002 + was also found when my Prophet 3000, be buried with.

    https://www.sequencer.de/pix/sequential_DSI/prophet2002_fx_p3000.jpg
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