Akai ASQ10 Project Machine

“One of the best if not the best hardware sequencer ever imo, This is basically an MPC60 without the sampler.
Unit is in very good cosmetic condition for its age..

All the buttons work great and so does the floppy drive. The screen is very readable as shown on the photos.
The sequencer has a fault however that i was unable to resolve. While everything seems to work without issues, and you can access all the menues etc, the transport doesn’t start for some reason..if you try to record a new sequencer for example the transport buttons light up as expected but the sequencer doesn’t start running.
I haven’t used it for a couple of years but it was working last time i’ve used it, so not too sure what happened. This might be a bargain for the right person with the right knowledge.
It is currently running OS 2.12. I bought the latest Virmana chips some time ago but never got around to install them.. If i can find them (no luck so far) I will include them with the unit.
Finally, the power socket was modified to use a regular 3 pin IEC connector rather than the original 2 pin one.” Click here to visit listing on eBay

Akai ASQ10

“Akai ASQ10 Roger Linn Sequencer.

One of the best hardware sequencers ever built and even more so considering it was released in 1988. In pretty good condition despite it being over 30 years old.

Built like a tank and it is one of Roger Linn’s signature machines, the others being the MPC60, MPC60II and the MPC3000.

This is an MPC60 without the pads or sampling engine. It has that ‘groove’ that is difficult to recreate using modern DAW’s or hardware sequencers.

Way ahead of the competition and for its time.

2 merged MIDI ins, 4 MIDI outs, MTC, MIDI Clock, SMPTE.

It can be used as a solid MIDI clock source when slaved by SMPTE to your DAW. This is how I was using it and it is basically how the ERM Multiclock works.” Click here to visit listing on eBay

Akai ASQ10

“Akai ASQ 10. Vintage 4 ch Roger Linn Swing sequencer (same as MPC60/3000). Incredible groove, easy to program. Works perfectly with bright screen. Requires Japanese transformer. Some scratching to the casing.” Click here to visit listing on eBay

Akai ASQ10

“AKAI ASQ10 MPC60 Sequencer Roger linn RARE VINTAGE CLASSIC.

Rock solid timing, unmistakable MPC swing – very hard to come by.

Condition is Used with some cosmetic signs of wear which is understandable given the age of the unit.

LCD is readable but might benefit from changing the backlight.

Floppy drive returns Error code: ff80 – I am assured that this could either need a replacement SCSI fuse or floppy drive to rectify this.

Everything else works well – but I am pricing this item low to account for these two issues & am therefore selling it as seen.
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Akai ASQ10

“Akai ASQ10 Sequencer Circa 1988 Retro Vintage

Used item in full working condition. Has been checked and used to create tracks.

Amazing sequencer with rock solid timing. Same as in MPC 60/3000. Has legendary swing.

Has been fitted with Gotek USB disk drive emulator. Fully working means you get 999 virtual floppy discs on one USB stick. Then you can store on computer for backups.” Click here to search for MPCs on eBay

Akai ASQ10

“If you’re here then you probably know what this is. It’s essentially the rock solid timing sequencer section from the classic MPC-60. 4 independent MIDI channels, 16 tracks each for a total of 64 hardware MIDI tracks.

This one hasn’t been used in years but was used in the 90’s in moderation. Original owner. Included is the rare owner’s manual. I fired this thing up and found it to be working properly. This unit is in very clean condition, with extremely few signs of wear. I doubt you will find too many left in this kind of shape; this is becoming somewhat of a rare bird. Item will be shipped in its original box and packaging.

Software version is v2.13. There has been a dialog on whether it is beneficial or not to upgrade to the MPC-60-intended version, v3.10.” Click here to search for MPCs on eBay