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Average rating: 4.5 out of 5
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victorass from russia writes:
The manual is a not friendly crap but you won`t have any progress without it. Some of functions are still a puzzle for me so far. I use it to control Vermona DRM mk3 and it`s doing the job well. My attempt to control QM Polymorph wasn`t successfull as long as QM has much better and handy sequencer. SQ16 has a small but heavy metall case with "Made in Bavaria" on a rear, funny) The knobs and panel controls are firm and reliable. You have to have a good muscle memory and a well trained eyes to remeber the miriad of menus and submenus. It`s worth what you`ve paid for it

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Aug-20-2011 at 09:24
stu grimshaw a professional user from Germany writes:
brilliant for experimental stuff, but not for the faint of heart: there's much that this box can do and the manual is crap. needs a few days' work before you stop getting lost in a miriad of possibilities. but if you want to programme your grooves while they're muted, play in rhythms other than 4/4, drive two drum modules and three synths from one unit, change bar-lengths/resolutions/step-lengths and just about everything else as well as copying patterns all without having to hit the stop button, then this is your beast. the arpeggiator could use a few more patterns, but the few that are available can be bent/warped/transmogrified into lots of other things. again, all on the fly. very good for spontaneous stuff on stage - once you've practiced with it !

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Monday-May-28-2007 at 08:05
Tommy Dummy a hobbyist user from Belgium writes:
Well, first, it is a very solid box. I use it mainly to control a drumstation next ma elektron machine drum that lacks the 808 and 909 original sounds. I must say the layout is pretty fine and it is very easy to use. I really like the on the fly editing and muting. The timing is rock solid. It have a big memory and some nice delay and roll features. To sequence drum in a live situation it is the best piece I have (with the Alesis MMT8 and Ableton Live). It only miss one thing, it is the suffle or groove template. So it is a straight tempo. For some of you that make groovy house music, it can be a problem, but.... Anyway, it's a detail in may way of thinking. You can use it to create quick innovative drum pattern than re-record them into cubase or logic to add shuffle or groove quantizing. To summerize in two words: EASY and INTUITIVE.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Dec-20-2005 at 10:25
Andrew a part-time user from usa writes:
This is exactly what you thyink it is and is worth every penny

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Oct-27-2003 at 11:22
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