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> Greatest Sampler Of All Time
vaal
post Wed 25 May 2005, 03:55
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Ensoniq ASR-10 with Waveboy software. Hands down!
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post Wed 25 May 2005, 15:26
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I have to vote for the Casio FZ-1. Although it was only 33 mhz, it was 16 bit. The real killer was the nine step ADSR and filter envelopes and that you could use Avalon on the ST to edit the samples.

It also had pretty flexible tuning options as well. I once created a tuning that spread one whole step over the 66 keys.
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post Wed 25 May 2005, 16:07
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now THAT sounds neat. How much memory does it have?

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post Fri 8 Jul 2005, 13:56
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I saw this topic talking about Samplers, and I have a Big Problem with my old S-50 Roland. I can't start opening the keyboard cause the DRIVER don't read the disquets. This means that my Sampler absoulutley does'nt work.
Would somebody here like to HELP ME and sayng what shal I do, or where to buy another S-50 DRIVER, or even if there are other tecnical possibility to make my S-50 runing???

I would apreciate VERY MUCH any kind information about this.
Hope that someone here in the forum could help me.
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post Tue 12 Jul 2005, 14:07
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I've been notice that no one is answering me. Does anyone ear about a S-50?
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post Tue 12 Jul 2005, 15:56
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Mellotron.
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post Tue 12 Jul 2005, 16:53
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Too bad it doesn't have USB support. angry.gif

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post Tue 12 Jul 2005, 17:41
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Very heavy but very good. biggrin.gif
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post Thu 14 Jul 2005, 03:09
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Tanks friends for your cooperation! smile.gif

S-50 indeed is very heavy, and with a very short memory sampling, but it's like the Rolls Royce of the 80's Sampler's. In that days, the guys that had a sampler like that, they were always on Top!
It was my first lsampler, my first love, and I did enjoyed so much, doing crazy and incredible things and loops with it, Radio Jingles, Mixs, Music, etc

Now I'm so sad cause Drive dont work!
I'll pay 200 Euros for a new one!

Who wants to help me???
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post Sun 30 Oct 2005, 15:30
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If your looking for a great warm and clear sound go Emu, i've been using my E4 for ten years and never felt the need for a change...exept when i really needed that filtered bass 90's sound(Blackmoon, Lord Finesse), then you need a S950.
If you want those low fi 12bit drum sounds(Public enemy, cypress hill) then you need a SP12 (or sp1200 if you got budget)...nothing else will do.
If you're into trance and need those agressive filters then you might want to go Akai (anything from S1100 to S6000..exept S2000, that's the worst sampler ever).
If you're into jiggy hip hop (timberland, 36Mafia...), you might want to go with a MPC 3000 (MPC2000 sucks)...it's kinda nice for creativity but anything you do with a MPC you can do with any Emu or Akai.
One thing you need to know:
MACH FIVE can do just about everything all the mentioned above do for 300€
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