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Average rating: 4.9 out of 5
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Roger a hobbyist user from U.S.A. writes:
I recommend the turbo version, closest thing to an sp-1200 for a lot less money. Very cool drum machine, gives character to beats in a XOX world.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Jun-24-1999 at 19:26
alex (again) writes:
forgot to mention, sample editing is a breeze. you may want to do it on a computer but you don't have to...

posted Tuesday-Jun-15-1999 at 21:04
alex from us writes:
love it. got the turbo, the manual, the drive and after a call to a commodore 64 supply place, the din chord (yeah, i know, i could have got one at goodwill, i just didn't want to wait). if you're looking for the manual, you might call emu/ensoniq in scotts valley, ca. i needed a drumulator manual and they had a copy readily available.

but it's really easy to use, it has those great big buttons, it's built like tank, and it swings like a motherfucker. by sending different sounds through the different output filters, you can take unwanted sheen off of cymbals (if the sample quality wasn't dirty enough for you). sounds oh-so-gritty in the best way.

one bad thing, since it's old, drive access time is HUMONGOUS. expect up to a half hour when saving sounds. ouch. and you can't buy double density 5and1/4 diskettes at the local 7-11 so better figure out a source for those.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Jun-15-1999 at 21:03
credit from U.S. writes:
dont sweat the factory sounds, they suck. most important piece of gear I use

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Mar-07-1999 at 21:04
ZEP from HOLLAND writes:
THIS MACHINE MUST BE PHAT !!!!!! THE FIRST 2 ALBUMS OF THE TUFF CREW WERE MADE ON THAT ,AND ALSO THE LITE AS A ROCK ALBUM FROM MC LITE (WAY BACK ) YOU JUST NEED TO BE A CREATIVE PROGRAMMER AND A SAMPLE CHOPPER, AND THE SP WILL BLOW YOU AWAY

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Sep-20-1998 at 15:35
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