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Published on 06/16/04 at 02:08
The EPS16 + sampler is a 16-bit 11.16 kHz to 44.64 kHz and has 20 voice polyphony. Its base memory is 1MB and can go to 2 MB Multitimbral 8 votes. It has 2 output jack 6.35, an input sampler, headphone output. With the extension OEX6 we win 6 additional outputs. We backup to disk 3 "5. SCSI is optional. It also has a 16-track sequencer to 160,000 notes. The standard can also be used to empty your synths via sysex to save the data on disk. 8 effects standard of high quality. Many utilities exist on the PC (I do not know about Mac), but are inefficient.

UTILIZATION

Operation is simple and editing sounds is no problem, you can easily create loops and when you arrive there really is not a synthesis system comes to your help to solve your worries.
The effects have many parameters equivalent to a specialized unit.

SOUNDS

The EPS16 + shines in the quality of its converters, a warm and transparent it all. I return to the effects that are truly amazing reverbs especially his almost comparable to a Lexicon PCM70. Another point to mention the stereo width comes out to God!

OVERALL OPINION

I use this sampler for 8 years and I always won, as Ensoniq products in general. I have tried many others and frankly it is still valid even if his memory is a little weak and floppy backup system a little cumbersome. I do not regret having bought it (used) because the sound that gives is really nice!
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