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Publié le 10/31/08 à 16:00
Satisfied for the sound quality. Dissapointed in the sampling capacity of a partitioned 2.5 seconds *(5 seconds total).

Price paid

425.00

UTILIZATION

So easy to use it's silly. My kid brother knows how to sample, truncate and program drum sequences on this baby!

The buttons tend to stick over time, but hey....it's worth it. I'd recommend using an outside MIDI sequencer and or MPC pads or something like that. This sampler is the blue beast of the beats. It's casing is hard plastic straight out of 1987.

SOUNDS

12-bit grit all the way!!!! All sample are phenomenal once processed by the SP-12.

OVERALL OPINION

LOVE this machine and will never get rid of it. I even devoted my T-shirt company to it. Check out &gt; www.12-bit.com &lt; for more information.....updating soon.

Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
Posted by: Unknown ( 4-, 2003)
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