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Author Topic: Yamaha QX3 (1987) 16 track sequencer  (Read 259 times)

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Yamaha QX3 (1987) 16 track sequencer
« on: December 12, 2015, 10:42:52 AM »
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The QX3 is a suped-up version of the QX5 sequencer. It's a 16-track with real-time track muting, 48,000 note capacity sequencer with built-in 3.5" disk drive and sophisticated editing and control. Large LCD screen and more buttons make operation easy and fun. There's a feature known as 'macros' in which snippets or phrases can be thrown into a sequence live. Real and step input modes and punch in/out are available. The QX3 also features MIDI and FSK sync, sysex dumping and recording, 96 ppq resolution and more! A very professional stand-alone sequencer. (1987) Image from Perfect Circuit Audio.

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