Synth Site: Casio: SK1 Sampler: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.3 out of 5
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cb a hobbyist user from nawlins writes:
2 weeks ago I bought an SK1 and a CZ1000 (w/cartridge) at the thrift store for $33. Both work. Anyway, I absolutely love the SK1. I mean, there aren't many samplers out there that you can take to the bathroom with you and play around while you take a dump... absolutely the shitz-). Everybody needs to get one. 5/5

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-May-14-2002 at 01:34
G. Di Caccacamo a professional user from Rome,IT writes:
what are you talking about. thats overstating just a tad and using unnaplicable verbs. there is no quantize for one thing , let alone RE-QUANTIZE!

posted Thursday-Feb-28-2002 at 01:06
James Blackbourn a hobbyist user from Canada writes:
must say, got the sk-1 a couples months ago, and i still play with it all the time, the thing is great, and if you know how to toy with it right, you can get some nice full sounds out of it, plus they're cheap enough that you can experiment with bending them all you want, i wouldn't dare let it go,it's small, but versatile. One question I'd like to know if anyone can answer me, is whether the sample becomes Gb or A, as no matter how in tune the defaults are, it seems to vary between sounds as to whether it goes in tune. email or if you know, thanks

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Sunday-Feb-24-2002 at 18:59
Trag a hobbyist user from us writes:
This nasty little thing begs to be played with. often in the middle of the night while everyone else is tring to sleep ;) you can get some GREAT lead sounds of it by sampling short things, try claps and snaps, and looping them. Turning your sk into a really simple single osc synth. The envelopes are almost useful for shaping your osc into something, but I like it for leads with the straight up on off organ style envelope.

5 out of 5 for being easy to use, functional, portable, and just plain fun.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Oct-29-2001 at 07:41
nigel a hobbyist user from uk writes:
i had two - but gave them to a friend when i moved house and his hyperactive son destroyed them both. arggh.

the sk1 is brilliant - it wants to be played. you can feed a constant signal in, loop it and envelope it to make a polysynth.

the tone is low-fi but very warm and useable even today.

especially good for sampling mellotron sounds!

I still have an SK-8 but am willing to sell it. if your kids promise not to rip it up...

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Sep-17-2001 at 16:28
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