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Sampler from Sequential Circuits .

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  • tiegolegotiegolego

    Sequential Circuits Prophet 2002Published on 02/22/12 at 02:55
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    8WAY

    UTILIZATION

    Basic Editing simple, and can become complex at preset

    SOUNDS

    The filters are tasty and Curtis both wild

    OVERALL OPINION

    Integrating sound the same generation as the famous Studio 440 brand, it is indeed a prophet: fast envelopes and filters .... beautiful. Resonant Low Pass (by way * 8)
    Machine racy and sometimes mysterious: you can stack parameters on the sound and the way simultaneously: the meme without totally taming this beast is already productive.
    It marked the beginnings of Aphex Twin and many others.
    One of his good points is that it has loaded waveforms in ROM.
    On mine, the allocation of channels is randomly distributed on…
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    8WAY

    UTILIZATION

    Basic Editing simple, and can become complex at preset

    SOUNDS

    The filters are tasty and Curtis both wild

    OVERALL OPINION

    Integrating sound the same generation as the famous Studio 440 brand, it is indeed a prophet: fast envelopes and filters .... beautiful. Resonant Low Pass (by way * 8)
    Machine racy and sometimes mysterious: you can stack parameters on the sound and the way simultaneously: the meme without totally taming this beast is already productive.
    It marked the beginnings of Aphex Twin and many others.
    One of his good points is that it has loaded waveforms in ROM.
    On mine, the allocation of channels is randomly distributed on the output Left and Right: the distribution of bread in stereo, my brothers. It panote as we feel the mixing desk.
    Many machines of those early times were here, I remember the AKAI S900 example
    The arpeggiator (game function as random as possible) is very useful.
    Samplait already 44KHz, in 1988. I appreciate it more like a synth waveforms in short Rhythm Sampler (mine has 512K of memory should be said, but hey: Studio 440 is a sampler of famous pace, so everyone ... there's something.
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  • source27source27

    Sequential Circuits Prophet 2002Published on 11/26/06 at 07:19
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    8 voice polyphony
    effects: resonant filter of the Prophet 5
    Maximum Memory: 1 mega byte
    Part 1 stereo, a midi in a MIDI Through a midi out
    no utility

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration is like the analog synths of the era crystal clear, perfect for live
    edition of the sounds is super easy and fast

    SOUNDS

    The converters are transparent .... material because it is related to the early 80 at the time yes but now only supports no comparison with any sound card. ditto for the dynamics

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have since 1999, bought 1000 frs THE TIME .....
    the caracterisque that I like is definitely the sound of the same grain accabit qu'sp 1200 emu or drumulator…
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    8 voice polyphony
    effects: resonant filter of the Prophet 5
    Maximum Memory: 1 mega byte
    Part 1 stereo, a midi in a MIDI Through a midi out
    no utility

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration is like the analog synths of the era crystal clear, perfect for live
    edition of the sounds is super easy and fast

    SOUNDS

    The converters are transparent .... material because it is related to the early 80 at the time yes but now only supports no comparison with any sound card. ditto for the dynamics

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have since 1999, bought 1000 frs THE TIME .....
    the caracterisque that I like is definitely the sound of the same grain accabit qu'sp 1200 emu or drumulator perfect for rhythmic loops rap. But the sampling track is terrible with the resonant filter 24dv/oct the Prophet 5, the sound daft punk discovery, the only drawback is the relatively small size of the beast entrte 6 and 10 s of sample.avant of acquiring, I worked with 12-bit Ensoniq eps.
    report quality price on the vintage market .....
    I definitely do it again this choice and besides, I'm not ready to sell
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