Question about Alesis MasterLink ML-9600
The Alesis needs to be in record standby to show any inputs as a signal on the VU meters. Press Record for standby, and press Play to start recording.
You need to be in a playlist, on a track in a playlist, in order to enter Record Standby
Posted on Oct 27, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Download the software from the link in the previous entry, and burn it to CD in your PC.
NOTE - in my experience, ONLY an OS burnt on my Win XP machine will load to the Alesis. I spent a frustrating time burning 2 or 3 OS's on my Vista machine and none of them worked. If you only have Vista on your PCs, find a friend or colleague with an XP machine to help you out.
To load the OS to the Masterlink, place a valid OS disc in the drive, and the Alesis auto detects it and asks you to confirm via the Up/Yes button if you want to load it. Confirm this and it loads in a few seconds.
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
After reviewing the repair and owners manuals. I have come to the conclusion that there is a short in the power supply board. Your drives should be fine. I don't know off hand how expensive it is to fix in your area. I would say approx $200
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
reload the os. it is avail on the alesis site.
the o.s. may be corrupted and a reflash is what it needs. if the issue persist, the HD may need to be replaced.
i posted in another problem about the o.s. since the unit is o.s. driven try it first. it, may be corrupted.
next would be the HD.
you will need to burn an image cd for the masterlink. most cd programs can do this. if you cant, send me an email.
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
SOURCE: My Alesis Masterlink ML 9600
Yikes, that is pretty much as bad as it sounds. That means you have major hardware failure inside the device, specifically the control board of the player. This is basically the main piece of the device and is quite expensive to replace, many times the board itself costs more than a new unit, let alone and service charges to put it in. Unfortunately you are going to be far better off just replacing this unit.
One thing to try, to see if somehow it is just a temporary glitch (I doubt it is, but worth a try) is to just unplug it from the power source for a good 5 minutes, then replug it in. Hopefully that will "kick-start" the board back into gear and get it working at least for a while again. Definitely worth a try.
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
The processor has garbage in it and is confuse, if you unplug the unit from the wall for 40Min., the unit will reset back to normal.
Posted on Feb 07, 2011
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