Synth Site: Ensoniq: EPS Sampler: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.1 out of 5
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heritics a professional user from the lab writes:
i have an eps 16+ and it's a really great piece of hardware. it's extremely user friendly, a great synth, great sampler, great sequencer, great controller and a great effects processor. it has memory limitations, but it proves you don't need four gigs to write a song.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:39
Kevin Steele a hobbyist user from Glasgow, Scotland writes:
I learned the etiquette of sampling on the EPS my dad bought back in '88 when it first came out. One of the best samplers ever made, in terms of sound , sequencing and sheer user-friendlyness. Its lack of memory was its main bugbear, the paltry 1024 blocks (as Ensoniq called it) was barely enough to hold a decent piano sound. Some of the early reliability gremlins told against it as well. However, it's a testiment to the "rightness" of the original design when you consider that the EPS's successor, the ASR-10, is barely different in terms of basic make-up and architecture. It is still the best all round keyboard instrument I have ever beheld.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:39
Mikendrick a part-timer user from United States writes:
I purchased the origional EPS (new) in 1990. It has great sounds, decent keyboard action,very good performance characteristics, and a good and easy to use sequencer. I would never purchase it (or any) Ensoniq product again!Mine has been in the shop on average once a year!It is down (again) right now, and Ensonig REFUSES to "fix" it! They say they can no longer get the parts! So it appears that I have a useless keyboard, with lots of software and songs tied up in it, and it is now a doorstop?

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jul-29-1998 at 05:06
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