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Akai Professional S1000

Sampler from Akai Professional

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Akai Professional S1000Published on 09/24/02 at 18:17
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4mb, noon, separate outputs

UTILIZATION

Manual in french, some complicated

SOUNDS

Good converters

OVERALL OPINION

Uses 2 years, very good choice for a hardware sampler
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paradyseparadyse

Akai Professional S1000Published on 12/16/05 at 14:16
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Ras

UTILIZATION

Ras

SOUNDS

In the era of pros redeeming feature Emu III, Fairlight or Synclavier. The s1000 does s' is impossible that because of the price. But this comes at the sound. Compared to other BCAN, the dynamic is ridiculous, the serious absent, acute dgueulasse.
In the studio I waited for the ram of the emu are full brim before turning the s1000. But what the punishment.
Aka 's would have a sale price equivalent competitors, nobody don' n 'would have bought.

OVERALL OPINION

I have used a year for a little polyphony supplmentaire. Fortunately Roland S770 and S750 came out with its banks and converters of much better quality.

The S1000 has the death knell for...…
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Ras

UTILIZATION

Ras

SOUNDS

In the era of pros redeeming feature Emu III, Fairlight or Synclavier. The s1000 does s' is impossible that because of the price. But this comes at the sound. Compared to other BCAN, the dynamic is ridiculous, the serious absent, acute dgueulasse.
In the studio I waited for the ram of the emu are full brim before turning the s1000. But what the punishment.
Aka 's would have a sale price equivalent competitors, nobody don' n 'would have bought.

OVERALL OPINION

I have used a year for a little polyphony supplmentaire. Fortunately Roland S770 and S750 came out with its banks and converters of much better quality.

The S1000 has the death knell for samplers sonn dvelopps by the passions that n 'hsitaient not put all the technology needed to get the best sound quality.
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Anonymous

Akai Professional S1000Published on 07/06/06 at 07:31
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No effect.
8 separate outputs with ¼.
mountable memory to 8 or 10 mega (very expensive at the time), but comes home to 2.
floppy diskette facade.
(Note: there was the PB1000, no diskette in cascade with an s1000).
you can put different maps to control hard disks or SyQuest!
are even two XLR mic preamps with two front sampler for yourself.

UTILIZATION

Not simple at all if not used ...
Manual clear that attempts to explain clearly ... something complicated!
the screen is small and becomes stale with time (or illegible).

SOUNDS

This is a reference.
still no sampler dare risk a conflict with audio files s1000.
and there are billions of files everywhere.

there's...…
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No effect.
8 separate outputs with ¼.
mountable memory to 8 or 10 mega (very expensive at the time), but comes home to 2.
floppy diskette facade.
(Note: there was the PB1000, no diskette in cascade with an s1000).
you can put different maps to control hard disks or SyQuest!
are even two XLR mic preamps with two front sampler for yourself.

UTILIZATION

Not simple at all if not used ...
Manual clear that attempts to explain clearly ... something complicated!
the screen is small and becomes stale with time (or illegible).

SOUNDS

This is a reference.
still no sampler dare risk a conflict with audio files s1000.
and there are billions of files everywhere.

there's an "S1000".
the convertos are good, the bike looks transparent but tj is a color "air" in all sounds.
it's nice, I like, but is it completely "transparent"? I do not think so.
the bass is present and very clean (but not "couillues and round"), very "80s".
but who cares, it sounds!

OVERALL OPINION

The quality / price ratio at the time was ... well ... no real competition!
we had a car for that price! ...

Currently, it is interresting if cheap!
this account, so good, it sounds, it fills the racks (3 units and very very very deep), it's a nice machine (legend) and it's been a stud in class (you say that you have bought new a fortune ... and you spend for a guy who has experience in the business!).
;-)
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nova akropolanova akropola

Akai Professional S1000Published on 07/28/06 at 01:01
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16 channels polyphony
converter 1988 emu far behind but a quality sufficient for the use that I made
a note on a beautiful high-precision mdium but a loss of bass or a cot METALLIC
remark of a tester and utilisatuer s1000 on convertos
the S1000 does not sound in the sound output spares s'croule due to subdiviss converters and not just as a EIII
Standard memory 2 meg max 32
Standard output connector separated (8 total) + return stereo + mono environmental stro Sorites and the trio noon and scsi

UTILIZATION

Brainer to use the first few days with instructions on knees ajkai philosophy is particularly true .........

manual clear and Dipo on akaipro

SOUNDS

The S1000...…
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16 channels polyphony
converter 1988 emu far behind but a quality sufficient for the use that I made
a note on a beautiful high-precision mdium but a loss of bass or a cot METALLIC
remark of a tester and utilisatuer s1000 on convertos
the S1000 does not sound in the sound output spares s'croule due to subdiviss converters and not just as a EIII
Standard memory 2 meg max 32
Standard output connector separated (8 total) + return stereo + mono environmental stro Sorites and the trio noon and scsi

UTILIZATION

Brainer to use the first few days with instructions on knees ajkai philosophy is particularly true .........

manual clear and Dipo on akaipro

SOUNDS

The S1000 does not sound in the sound output spares s'croule subdiviss converters due to unique and not like a EIII
18 db filter resonnat not very good and dynamic veiled nothing extraordinary, but the simple and effective

OVERALL OPINION

I had my last 15 days (but already used long after a loan) I like making less head to sample (the s2000 with a small screen is easier) to edit any and a. .........
the sound is OK without really less than the s2000 but the two are surpassed by Ensoniq and emu is well known
I got 90 euros for a read and fill in polyphony that I left my s2000

for less than a soft I do not see why it would be a choice mausvais
to live I have no fear of crashing windows .....
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  • Manufacturer: Akai Professional
  • Model: S1000
  • Category: Samplers
  • Added in our database on: 04/01/2002

We have no technical specifications for this product
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Other names: s1000, s 1000, s10 00, s 10 00

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