Synth Site: Akai: S2000: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.3 out of 5
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monozelle a part-timer user from germany writes:
Got mine about 2 years ago. Got pretty much used to it, but I HATE data wheels. so I got MESA. Wonderful! The newer version 2.0 has got VERY useful new features and a brilliant interface. I use it on an old Mac 7100/66 (see the MHz number??? It's slow! :-D). MESA just works perfectly on it. Filters and overall sound cannot be compared to EMU, sythesis features cannot be compared to samplers like the Yamaha A3000, which has a lot more. But ask yourself, guys: It's not the range of features, it's what you can DO with it. Right? Hey, its a SAMPLER. It depends on what you put in it... :-) 4 out of 5 cheers!

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Nov-18-1998 at 12:00
hb mischling from united states of amerika writes:
A definite bargin, but MESA is extremely buggy. I bought one when it first came out (the first affordable sampler, along with the ESI, at that time) and have been well pleased with it.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Oct-30-1998 at 13:41
Da Smurf writes:
Oops! The part number is actually 324080-07M.

posted Sunday-Oct-11-1998 at 16:11
Da Smurf a hobbyist user from U.S.A. writes:
This sampler really rocks! All editing seems difficult at first but once you play with it over the weekend things get easier. I had somewhat of a problem trying to find RAM for it though. I eventually found some SIMMS from a company called Centon electronics. 16M will cost around $25 US. The part number is 324090-07M. And no I don't work for this company...I'm just sharing some info for people who might need it. ;-)

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Oct-11-1998 at 16:08
electroset a part-timer user from usa writes:
The s2000 does the job. However, it lacks any sort of synthsis , any of the expanders cost half the price of the sampler, and the interface is crap (not to mention that it has an itsy-bitsy screen which is hard to read except from straight-on.

I give it a 3.75

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Friday-Oct-09-1998 at 03:11
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