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Akai Professional S2000

Sampler from Akai Professional

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Loul11Loul11

Akai Professional S2000Published on 07/18/04 at 04:44
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Average standard, but the config options allow full well.

USE

[/ B] on the screen is too small for a veritable edition, the manual is well done as on all Akai samplers, access to the facade are penss.

SONORITS

Good converters, effective seuleuments effects, but some are useful.
Good momentum.

NOTICE GLOBAL

Good machine when it was released but by chance I frankly prefers him S3000XL with a real screen and many more possibilities.
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paz-manpaz-man

Akai Professional S2000Published on 01/27/04 at 11:02
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Ok

USE

Ok

SONORITS

Ok

NOTICE GLOBAL

Ok
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chinochino

Akai Professional S2000Published on 04/20/04 at 03:59
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OK

USE

OK

SONORITS

OK

NOTICE GLOBAL

OK
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dogfacedgremelindogfacedgremelin

Still good stuff

Akai Professional S2000Published on 08/01/12 at 23:17
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Polyphony: 32 voices

Stereo digital sampler 16 bit 44.1 khz noon or 22.05 kHz

Internal Memory: 32MB has extended to € 1.50 (this type of RAM does nothing neck)


3.5-inch floppy disk and magneto optical 128G mounted internally (Added scsi internal bypass + Food costs € 6)

PC XP configures SCSI low profile and mesa for sample editing program and it works hard.

UTILIZATION

The screen is small but we made the rounds in 2 minutes and it goes almost without looking. If not using MESA is even faster.

The manual is very little we are given a chance to read it.

SOUNDS

The converters are good (a former Moved to spend is not the design).
They are not transparent but...…
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Polyphony: 32 voices

Stereo digital sampler 16 bit 44.1 khz noon or 22.05 kHz

Internal Memory: 32MB has extended to € 1.50 (this type of RAM does nothing neck)


3.5-inch floppy disk and magneto optical 128G mounted internally (Added scsi internal bypass + Food costs € 6)

PC XP configures SCSI low profile and mesa for sample editing program and it works hard.

UTILIZATION

The screen is small but we made the rounds in 2 minutes and it goes almost without looking. If not using MESA is even faster.

The manual is very little we are given a chance to read it.

SOUNDS

The converters are good (a former Moved to spend is not the design).
They are not transparent but provides a nice color to the sound.
Large dynamic balance it well

OVERALL OPINION

It was my first sampler (12 or 13 years I was shooting with a 104STE) and I have taken one I boosted for my brother who wanted something simple but sending.
He is not disappointed with a big bank's bonus (Emu + akai + my personal bank).
There is nothing in today is 60 € with separate output should not this private (ideal for eg drumz or synth)
This is a very good choice that I again without hesitation, not to forget that big hits have been produced on this bike.
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  • Manufacturer: Akai Professional
  • Model: S2000
  • Category: Samplers
  • Added in our database on: 04/01/2002

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Other names: s2000, s 2000, s20 00, s 20 00

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