Synth Site: Akai: 612 Sampler: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.3 out of 5
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Marcus a hobbyist user from Sweden writes:
Hi everyone!

Yeah I bought a nasty sampler in Budapest this AKAI S612!!!

I love this one and with the loop sliders you can get really wicked loops. Then I got the chance to buy an Akai ax60 synth.With this little devil you can connect the s 612 to the ax60.Pretty cool, but there´s only one small problem. I need a cable that I never have seen, can anyone HELP ME PLEASE!!!!

If anyone has a manual to share i´m most greatful!

Mail me!!!

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jul-05-2000 at 16:57
i brought one second hand for $300 aus then had to return itbecause the disk drive was broken. i now withj i kept it because it still was a descent controller and i liked the sound. it wasnt the samer as my mirage but clkose to it. 3/5

posted Tuesday-Jul-04-2000 at 08:03
Alex T a professional user from Nottingham, UK writes:
While not a versatile sampler by anymeans compared to todays technology, and those quick disks are annoying, but its still a useful audio tool. These can occasionally be picked up for peanuts and they're worth it, even if you only sample into them, filter then sample into a different more versatile sampler for use, just to get a vintage akai sound, or a crusty 8-Bit sample. If thats what you want, buy one now.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Monday-Jul-03-2000 at 17:38
bob a part-time user from USA writes:
Do NOT buy the Akai 612!! Its almost impossible to find any quick disks out there and it is VERY limited as a sampler. Waste of money!!

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Monday-Jul-03-2000 at 01:18
JS-30, 'cause the S-612 uses quickdisks, which can no longer be bought, or in the very best case are very hard to get. Plus the JS-30 is a pretty advanced sampler for it's size with plenty of features and is somewhat expandable, right? SCSI etc.

posted Sunday-Jul-02-2000 at 21:03
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