Evolution of the QX1, with more advanced technology and controls, a smaller case, a built-in 3.5" floppy disk drive, a larger data display (with contrast control) but less MIDI outputs and less internal volatile memory.
This digital sequence recorder can record up to 16 tracks with unlimited polyphony. Notes can be quantised, moved at any point and manually modified (together with velocity information). Sequences can be saved to disk and then merged later. Generic MDR files can also be saved on disk.
The workflow is the same shared across the QX line, with a very satisfying keyboard to input commands. Worth noting also the input wheel, found also on the QX5fd.
In 1988 it was one of the best sequencers available on the market.
|Internal: 24,000 notes|
|48,000 notes during chain play|
|3.5 inches floppy disk drive|
|Connection terminals and interfaces|
|Tape sync IN, Tape sync OUT|
|MIDI IN, MIDI OUT (x2), MIDI THRU|
|Dimensions and weight|
|439w x 81h x 340d (mm)|
|4.5Kg / 9lb. 9oz.|