i had Maschine which i recently sold just to keep me away from sampling for the time being to focus on composing and my piano practice. I now have a mic 4000 which does get use but i find the sampling kinda confusing and kinda limiting compared to machine but not to sure if this will be my go to machine for sampling. Now if seen people go on about how good the asr 10 sounds and sure theres some truth to it but I'm interested in its sampling abilities. Does the asr 10 have a non destructive sampling abilities and who is the process of creating synth patches in this board. I never was able to understand if the mic or maschinr was able to chop more than 16 samples and use then seamlessly in a pattern. The asr 10 looks as if you can chop 61 samples and assign it to each key on your board and be able to play them all and not switch from bank to bank like a mpc. Any users out there that can shed some light on this topic for me?