ENSONIQ ASR X MANUAL PDF

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There's also a 'World Sounds' board too There's something called 'Soundfinder' The synth has filters and lfo's etc etc, and performance sounds Oh yes The sequencer basically is Select a track Ok so a great sequencer DRUMS drums again are as for the synth, they can be samples or rom samples and can be up to 64 sounds and again all the resampling stuff applies here I think i want one of these baby's actually I mean FX er I'm getting excited now!!

You get a second fx as global I just dont see the point of getting into fine technical detail The unit has a stereo out You can also record an incoming sound thru the fx I was well surprised the first time i saw a ??

The ASR-X, is around a bit secondhand now, and well worth a look More choices in this product category from other manufacturers:. The FX!! And why Asrxpro aint got a good review in Future Music?

Because they like roland and yamaha stuff For the 12 months or so that I struggled with this monstrosity I got next to nothing done. It is an absolute dog to program thanks to it's pathetic display and parameter navigation. It is an absolute dog to program thanks to its pathetic display and parameter navigation.

COM' ; insertatcursor document. There are alot of positives to this box that far outweigh any perceived limitations. The physical interface, i. The sequencer is the weak link in the chain but it is certainly usable if you spend the time becoming familiar with it's workings.

Be aware that there is no step level editing of Note On events - either play it right the first time or re-record the track. This works very well. File compatability with previous Ensoniq samplers is a mixed bag. Some formats translate well, others less so, i. If you don't have an established library from a previous Ensoniq unit it won't matter much to you - it doesn't to me. I've not yet tried to import Akai or Roland format from CDROM but I'm told it works reasonably well - at least as well as on competing instruments in this price range.

The physical user interface is laid out in a simple manner - very similar to an E-mu Proteus: Buttons to select an editing mode; One Knob to select a Parameter to alter and another Knob to edit the value of that parameter. The flexibility in which sounds can be assigned to Pads and Key Ranges is remarkable yet there are not enough utilities built in to copy parameters from one Pad to adjacent Pads they do exist but some built in templates would have been a welcome addition.

I believe this is probably the biggest cause of frustration among those who complain about the user interface - not the actual mechanics of altering a sound but rather the overwhelming flexibility in which Samples may be assigned. A trend which began in the late '80's and continues today is the lack of editing functions from the front panel for built in sounds, i.

On the plus side it keeps down costs - on the down side you have to hope 3rd party software will appear to permit you to edit those sounds. However, be aware that both models lack any form Crossfade Looping and the sample editing functions are not as complete as on previous Ensoniq samplers again, this is probably a cost cutting measure. Compatablity with Zip Drives is good but not so with the new Orb drive. Jaz drives reportedly work too. I could go off about the great sounding filters or ease of resampling but I think you get the idea by now.

Check out my website for regular updates. The sequencer is the weak link in the chain but it is certainly usable if you spend the time becoming familiar with its workings.

If you dont have an established library from a previous Ensoniq unit it wont matter much to you - it doesnt to me. Ive not yet tried to import Akai or Roland format from CDROM but Im told it works reasonably well - at least as well as on competing instruments in this price range.

A trend which began in the late 80s and continues today is the lack of editing functions from the front panel for built in sounds, i. I must point out that in my opinion the ASR X sequencer is absolutely worthless. It must be used with a SW sequencer or HW sequencer.

You cannot buy this box and expect to have it as a basis for a studio. I must agree with jondl that the FX and sampling capabilities are it's strong points, but the fact that it puts your samples in so many places and when you save a whole layer of sounds and give it a name, it still loads back as "drumkit one" making it very hard to keep track or things. It is very fucking annoying!!

If you load up a layer and want to add new samples to it, when you save it, sometimes it just does'nt load back all the work I just did. I had an ASR 10, when you made a layer in it, you named it and saved it, and it always came back the same way with the same name, no matter how much you tweaked each note's sound in the layer. Another thing is My Iomega Zip just quit working. Ensoniq's response is "well the ZIP works for about 3 mos than gives many errors" "Its not a very robust drive" Thanks for fucking telling me ahead of time!

It was on the compatability list when I bought the X. The timestrectch feature turns your samples into unlegible garbage. I want this to work, buying another piece of gear sux. Any comments please feel free to help. I must agree with jondl that the FX and sampling capabilities are its strong points, but the fact that it puts your samples in so many places and when you save a whole layer of sounds and give it a name, it still loads back as drumkit one making it very hard to keep track or things.

If you load up a layer and want to add new samples to it, when you save it, sometimes it just doesnt load back all the work I just did. I had an ASR 10, when you made a layer in it, you named it and saved it, and it always came back the same way with the same name, no matter how much you tweaked each notes sound in the layer. Ensoniqs response is well the ZIP works for about 3 mos than gives many errors Its not a very robust drive Thanks for fucking telling me ahead of time!

How do i get one? Ohhh oops somebody already asked that. The sequencer is an utter useless piece of shit in this box, looping sucks! Owned one, sold it and bought an MPC Could'nt be happier. Beware,you can't get work done on this machine unless you're using it with a computer sequencer.

Couldnt be happier. Beware,you cant get work done on this machine unless youre using it with a computer sequencer. I've had the Asr-x the regular black one for about a year now. Its the first peice of equipment I've had so I can't really compare. I like how its easy to create tracks, but hate how hard it is to try and go into song mode and arrange 20 different sequences for a full song..

I also feel bound by the lack of sounds.. What I am wondering if anybody knows well any advice would help! I have an old IBM sx that has windows 3. Hydro wrote: Ive had the Asr-x the regular black one for about a year now. Its the first peice of equipment Ive had so I cant really compare. I have an asr x pro, I am wondering is the asr 10 better sound wise, or is the asr x pro better.

Should I sell the pro or keep it. Chris wrote: I have an asr x pro, I am wondering is the asr 10 better sound wise, or is the asr x pro better. Tomek wrote: hi could you help with ASR-X pro question? You can start working the minute you power up.

Ensoniq products are no longer supported. In other words, don't buy a unit just because it may offer you a "creative crutch". In other words, dont buy a unit just because it may offer you a creative crutch.

When I chain the sequences together you can hear the empty space on the 1. How can I quantitize it to fall on the 1 but still make sense rhymically? If anyone knows please help! Looking for the manual? Add your email if you want replies to any question you post - You will receive an email if someone replies!

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