Synth Site: Ensoniq: EPS Sampler: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.1 out of 5
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J-EL a professional user from Al-Moroc (USA) writes:
Anybody need a memory upgrade for their Classic EPS? This will bump you up to 2041 blocks or 9.91 secs @52.1khz & 83.51 secs @6.25khz I'm asking 30.00 plus s+h. email me if interested. Peace & Love

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Oct-10-2011 at 14:05
michael m a professional user from us writes:
I love this board, i have sampled allmost all my vsti's into this monster so i can take all my favorite synths with me on the go with out taking my computer. I run it through some reverb and it sounds great.I have the 4x expansion so i have a-lot of room for recording and mostly i use 24khz for recording loops. It works great, I can get good sounding patches and layer them on top of each other. The looping is great, works as well as my computer for looping sounds......

Great buy if you are a seasoned pro

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Mar-07-2010 at 13:38
Joe a part-time user writes:
Im using the EPS up to this day. The interface on it is very good, easy and simple. Its not be the most flexible sampler around though. The processing is rather slow and if you don´t use a scsi drive the time of loading floppies might will make you go nuts. I sample drums, breakbeats and basses with fat, loud results. The looping functions are still awesome. The sound quality is on the warmer side. Filters are nothing special but useful. Very good feature is that you can sample in many different resolutions to save memory.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Monday-Apr-03-2006 at 16:08
4lom a professional user from us,fl writes:
i have had my eps and eps 16 + for sometime now excellent machines. I also have a mpc 60II. although i love my 60II the eps, eps 16 + are my favorites. only difficult to use if you dont want to learn it. although since ive owned my eps ive noticed that the left/phones output sends a tad hotter signal out than the right/mono. buy the way the samples ive made came from a trouble free mixer and cables. I was told the reason for this is that the left output works also as a headphone output therefore the signal is a tad stronger on the left does anyone know if this is true or does anyone elses eps do the same thing. not really that big of a deal but just wondering.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Sep-18-2005 at 01:27
DJ Chase Martinez a professional user from U.S.A. writes:
I love my EPS. I bought it back in 1995. It does have a great sound to it but it lacks efx. It's a great keyboard for Hip Hop, I think the WU-TANG's first album was produced with it. My studio is too big now for an old Ensoniq, besides the fact that I have an Akai MPC-60II, Akai S-2000, EMU MO' Phatt', and Roland's XP-60 keyboard I have all the sample time & sounds I need. So it just sits in the background as one of my great collections. But if anyone is interestd in buying it I just might let it go if the price is reasonable.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Aug-19-2005 at 04:42
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