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Average rating: 3.7 out of 5
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Bob a part-time user from usa writes:
The MPS plus orchestral still holds it's own a s a controller and the orchestral instument samples are very good. I think the Grand Piano is quite good even compared to more recent "Big Guns".And the solo strings are good as well. The woodwinds are simply outstanding. Clarinet, Bassoon, English horn etc. all great. The Oboe sample is just the best representation I've heard on any synth/sampler at any price.You'd be hard pressed to find a better French Horn either. As for the other sounds, They're ok and can be used creatively especially if you get into editing them or create new ones to suite your needs.All the basic waves and then some are here. I do wish there was more to do with the filter though. All in all, this keyboard is very nice and would make an excellent addition to any rig.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Monday-Oct-23-2000 at 19:13
Hubert Korczak a hobbyist user from Germany writes:
Got the MPS+Orchestral, which means excellent (add. 4Mb Rom) Sounds like all kinds of Stings, horns, etc. It even sounds better then the new Northstar Series for the E-mu Samplers. I'm defenitly convinced of this device. Graet gear for making misic for musical und movies.

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Saturday-Apr-01-2000 at 08:17
Harrison Lou a professional user from USA writes:
Bought one of these used for the studio and am very happy with the ease of playing, sounds,and layout. Hooked it up to a proteus 1 module and have twice the punch now.Good unit I paided $400.00 for mine.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Monday-Sep-27-1999 at 00:34
Ewan Stefani a professional user from Leeds, UK writes:
The mps is rather dated now, but probably worth having as a MIDI controller, as it is very configurable in this respect. The sounds, although slightly more programmable than the XG variety, are still the old sample-based type. No filters means that there is not much one can do with the waves themselves, but there are plenty of envelopes, and modulation options otherwise to make things interesting for a while. Not a very original sounding instrument and the orchestral sounds in particular stand out a mile - very early 90s! Solid, reliable, easy to use, but today a little dull and character-less.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Monday-Feb-08-1999 at 06:26
David a 0 user from Pennsylvania, USA writes:
This keyboard still holds it own- most of the sounds are of very good quality.

The piano sounds in the original model are not great. It also does'nt have

very many cool synth sounds- in this respect its far behind some of the newer


I'd give it a 4 out of 5.

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:38
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