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A / D conversion 16-bit stereo with 64 times oversampling
Internal 28-bit processor with accumulation
D / A conversion with 18 bit 8 times oversampling
Echant frequencies. 44.1kHz/22.050kHz
Sampling and playback stereo phase-locked
Internal Memory 2MB standard ext. using a 32MB SIMM
INPUTS jack L / R and Mono
Outputs Outputs stereo jack L / R
8 assignable individual outputs (optional)
Yes. The general configuration is simple, as long as one is accustomed to Akai samplers. Otherwise (as for any other bike) a certain period of time is necessary, but it is fairly simple.
Hand side is sharp and clear enough (about 250pages)
Editing sounds is easy, nothing to say.
Cote converters, the S3000 has a grain that's for sure.
The effects and filters are effective and dynamic "no comment".
I use this sampler for 6 years, in fact I do not remember exactly.
Before the S3000, I tried the S2000 and S1000, very good machines, moreover, that I always have. (A little more for the s1000 compared to S2000)
In this sampler, I definitely everything. The only small downside is that additional filters are optional.
Rated value for money is simply excellent.
With the experience I would do without hesitation that choice.
If you want true sound of hip hop, I think this sampler deserves its place alongside the majors such as SP12, 1200, etc. MPC60. Yes, yes I do.
Do you do with a small instrument and you instantly forget the kitsch of its sterile and fake computer (BPM style and the whole gang)