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, where once again. Also, there is no choice of quantisation method. This method is good for keyboard sounds too. I shot a little video with me playing with the contrast setting, so you can see for yourself: Comes with original power lead.
No discs are included. I’m tempted to ask, ‘Why hasn’t anyone thought of this before? Some 16 inches deep and 14 inches wide, it claims to ‘fit easily under the arm’. The flash photos give an accurate idea of the way the machine looks.
I haven’t counted how many help screens there are, but it seems that for every position you can place the cursor on the display, for any function, there is a context-sensitive help page. Has recently had a new back light, and OS 2.
This is the way it should be! These do not disturb recording or editing when the display is on, may be visible from a certain angle, but not from directly above.
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The ASQ 10 stores only note and controller data and channelises it on the way out of the unit. Wonderful shape internally and externally, just a little bit of text printed on the side, see picturesthis is a real collectors item, comes in its original box, with printed manual and original power supply! Review by David Mellor. Non-note events are also editable.
Some wear janual the sides but the front is quite clean. This is instead of each sustain message being recorded verbatim. Normal records velocity data as played. One good point is that notes can be edited apart from duration, which you have to enter yourself from the MIDI keyboard. Its sold with the original box, original power cord and original manual.
I was going to keep this as a parts machine for my other ASQ10 but have decided to sell as space is tight. The sequences can be chained together and used to build up a song. When any work has been done on a sequence, the ‘Disk’ LED illuminates to prompt the user that this work must be saved to disk, otherwise it will be lost on power-down.
As in all good sequencers, there is an automated punch-in facility for tidying up bits of your music which fail to respond to other techniques. Being sold as is in untested condition. Actually, you can’t completely do without the book, but once you have an idea of how the unit operates, then any point of detail is quickly sorted out.
As you will see if you can bear to look at the suggested retail price at the end of the article, the Akai ASQ 10 is certainly not cheap.
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Normally, you are invited to record in the realtime quantise mode. Now for the condition. I shot a little video with me playing with the contrast setting, so you can see for yourself: Also comes with Operating Manual, which is in fair, used condition and all the pages are there.
And in case you want to arrange basic tracks into a song and then overdub, a song can easily be converted into a sequence. The clicks are averaged over time to even out the tempo. ALL is the file type, the eight letter filename is optional. In fact, you’ll find yourself pressing this at all sorts of times to exit the function you’re in, or as a ‘panic button’ when you have lost your way.
Erasing is done just like on a drum machine: All the more strange when most of us make up drum tracks in the sequencer, rather than on the drum assq, to gain the advantages that the technique offers. This one could do with a new internal battery to store system parameters on power down mannual but this is not essential for operation.
The ASQ 10, bearing the Linn name, is a heavyweight sequencer in all senses. These do not disturb recording or editing when the display is on, may be visible from a certain angle, but not from directly above. Incoming MIDI note numbers can be assigned drum names from a possible list of thirty-two.
Data from MIDI continuous controllers may be filtered, and have minimum change values specified, in exactly the same way. Inside is very clean indeed. All you need is a MIDI keyboard and you have the zsq sequencing setup!
The backlight is in good condition. Furthermore, tempo can be adjusted to a resolution of 0. This might be necessary if you don’t want to record, say, velocity or aftertouch information. See pictures below for more details. Also, the small number of buttons I played with appeared to do reasonable things within the display. Buttons light up when you turn it on but I get nothing, I am selling it as is because maybe it is asw quick fix for someone who aiai skilled in electronics repair, as a matter of fact there are some repair tools for sale on ebay right now that I have never seen before, like a servicing manual.
Everything it does has been well thought out, and there does appear to be room for software expansion. Gear in this article: