Alesis MMT8 tape or sysex to midi conversion service

The Alesis MMT8 was a popular hardware midi sequencer made in the late 80’s. In many ways it was the precursor to Roland’s GrooveBox series with its row of 8 track select/mute buttons and shift-function buttons. It was famously used by Orbital throughout the 90’s in their live shows. They would often stop half way through a set to load the second batch of songs into their multiple MMT8s from tape.

Alesis MMT8 sequencerIf you have MMT8 cassette tape backups or sysex files we can convert their patterns and/or songs to standard midi files for use in modern sequencers. We can also deliver the sequences as ProTools, Logic Pro, Ableton Live, Cubase, or GarageBand sessions and record any of the tracks through our vintage synths. We can also convert any of the three formats into any other of the formats:

  • midi file to sysex
  • sysex to midi file or modern DAW session file
  • tape to sysex
  • sysex to tape/audio
  • tape/audio to midi file or modern DAW session file
  • midi file to tape/audio

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  • We have a vast array of vintage and modern synthesizers in our studio and available for rent
  • File conversion work can be tedious and frustrating. Your time as an artist is better spent working on your music and mixes on a platform you know.
  • All work is completed by certified engineers with over 20 years experience with DAWs, MIDI sequencers, notation software, synthesizers, samplers, and tape machines. We have comprehensive knowledge about everything that has come and gone, as well as all current and emerging platforms.
  • Services are performed by native English speakers in the recording capital of the world, Los Angeles, CA.
  • We stand behind our work and offer a no recovery, no fee guarantee. We do not accept any payment until you are 100% satisfied.
  • Your files are secure. All work is performed in-house and in strict confidentiality. Client files are archived for 30-days upon completion of the project, and promptly destroyed thereafter.