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ASR-10R Advanced Sampling Recorder

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Version 2 O.S. Adds two tracks of digital audio recording capability to the ASR-10. Audio Tracks can be recorded directly into RAM (RAMTracks™) or directly to a SCSI storage device (hard disk, removable media, etc.) via the optional SP-3 SCSI Interface (DiskTracks™). Now you can combine live performances with MIDI sequenced tracks for full production recording within the ASR-10. Sing, play your guitar, blow your horn — add whatever live performances you wish.

Recognizing that you want to get up and running quickly, we strongly recommend that you try the section titled “An Audio Track Tutorial” in Section 18 — Audio Track Applications to get a feel for the Audio Track recording process.

Support for the Optional DI-10 Digital I/O Interface ASR-10 Version 2 supports the optional DI-10 Digital I/O Interface. When installed, the DI-10 provides direct digital input and output connection to and from the ASR-10 using RCA-type connectors. The Digital Output will provide 44.1 kHz digital output of the Main Out mix when the current effect uses a 44.1 kHz sample rate. The Digital Input can be used for direct digital sampling from an external digital audio source at 44.1 or 48 kHz.

The Digital Input and Output conforms to the S/PDIF standard (Sony/Phillips Digital Interface Format). S/PDIF is a digital audio communication standard for digital hardware devices. Be sure that any digital devices used with the DI-10 conform to this standard. For more information about using the DI-10 Digital I/O Interface, refer to the DI-10 Manual.

Note: If you wish to record the 44.1 kHz digital output of the ASR-10 to a DAT recorder, the DAT recorder must be able to record from its digital input at 44.1 kHz. Some older/consumer DAT recorders do not record at 44.1 kHz as a copy protection scheme: These DAT recorders will not record the ASR-10’s 44.1 kHz digital output.

Additional 44.1 kHz Effect Algorithms

The O.S. Disk also includes 12 additional effect algorithms, designed exclusively for the ASR-10,

Technical Specifications
Type: Digital
Synthesis: Sampling, Subtractive
Oscillators: 8
ROM Resolution: 16 bit, 44.1 kHz
Osc Modulation: After Touch, Breath Controller, Continuous Controller, Envelope, Keyboard, LFO, Mod Wheel, Oscillator, Pedal, Pitch Wheel, Glide / Portamento, Sequencer, Velocity
Sampling: 16 bit, 44.1 kHz
Envelopes: 3
Evelope Paramerters: Initional Level, Delay, Attack, Decay, Decay 2, Sustain, Sustain Level, Release, Release 2, Rate 1, Level 1, Rate 2, Level 2, Rate 3, Level 3, Rate 4, Level 4, Bi-Polar, Freerun, Looping, Monophonic, Offset, Polyphonic
Filters: 2
Types: 6dB Slope, 12dB Slope (2-pole), 18dB Slope, 24dB Slope (4-pole), High Pass, Low Pass, Resonance
Filter Modulation: Breath Controller, Envelope, Input, Keyboard, LFO, Mod Wheel, Oscillator, Pedal, Pitch Wheel, Portamento, Sequencer
LFO: 4
LFO Parameters: Noise, Sample & Hold, Saw Up, Saw Down, Sine, Square, Triangle, Clocked, Delay, Freerun, Key Sync, Phase
Polyphony & Tuning
Polyphony: 31
Timbrality: 16
Tuning: Atonal, Micro, Standard
Patches RAM: 8
Storage: Tape, Hard Drive, Internal
1 effect unit with 50 to 62 effects
16 tracks, 80 Patterns (999 measure limit each), 1 Song at a time
Case: Module, Rack
Case Details: 3 unit 19" rackmount
Rack Size: 19", 3U, Full
Controls: Aftertouch, Breath, Pedal - Filter, Mod - Wheel, Modulation 1/8" Jacks, Tempo Knob, Velocity, Pedal - Volume
Display Type: Vacuum Fluorescent
Dimensions (WxDxH): 17" x 5 1/4" x 15"
Weight: 23 lbs.
Audio Output Connections: 1/4" Phone Jack, Stereo Main, Stereo 2, Stereo 3, Stereo 4, Stereo Headphone
Audio Output Count: 9
Inputs: 1/4" audio inputs
Year Released: 1992
Manuals & Documents
Used Price: $800 - convert

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