|Synth Site: Korg: SQ10 Sequencer: User reviews Add review|
|Average rating: 4.6 out of 5|
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|Bakis Sirros a part-time user from Greece writes:|
very interesting sequencer...at last i managed to buy one!!!wierd-12 steps??but looks awesome next to my two MS20's and my MS10.and the voltage-controlled clock is best!i wouldn't say no to a second SQ10 if i could find one in a good price ;-).of course,I AM LOOKING FOR AN MS50!!!!so,if you have one and don't want it, just email me!!!i really love my MS system...
|Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-May-26-2002 at 18:23|
|Ben a part-time user from The Netherlands writes:|
I'm very pleased with my 3 sq 10's i also have the arp and roland analog sequencers, but the sq 10 realy stole my heart. try combining more sequencers with eachother and get sound out of your gear that you could only dream about
|Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-May-16-2001 at 09:06|
|a professional user writes:|
Had one, it irritated me for some reason. the best vintage Analog seq is the ARP one which does quantizing but has too few steps (16). the SQ10 runs Minimoogs (due to the S-Trig) and the Yamaha CS monos as well. I`d go for a Doepfer Maq16 or an Analog systems one instead but they`re MIDI. the SQ10 does look cool next to an MS20/MS10/MS50/VC10 setup though
|Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Sunday-Feb-13-2000 at 04:20|
|Erik IRM Jarl a part-time user from Sweden writes:|
Got the sq-10 yesterday, really fun to use and very easy to understand if you know how the ms-10 and 20 works. I am especially found of the inner-clock or what is now is called ( I havnt the sq-10 in front of me) which can make strange rytmn. Can make nice arpeggiators sound, looks nice, now I am searching for the MS-50.
|Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Feb-12-2000 at 12:42|
|Eric Detrez a hobbyist user from France writes:|
At last I got one !
When I was 20 I had a MS 20 and I dreamed about MS 50 and SQ10.
I bought again a MS20 last year and I just found a SQ10 sequencer lest month.
It really change the way I play with my synth.
It's a tool that makes what I want it does and it's simple but complete. If you like your Korg MS 10 or 20 and if you're lucky enough to find a
SQ 10, buy it ! BTW I'm looking for a MS50 ...
|Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:42|
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