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Average rating: 3.4 out of 5
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Fernando Passarelli a part time user from Brazil writes:
I had a S10 and I´ve experience to talk : IT WAS THE WORST EXPERIENCE OF MY LIFE.

The disk never worked weel, the sampler unity was stupid, the keyboard too small and the

&amp;%$#* drive broke, and broke too hard that my keyboard was send to repair five years ago

and until now they can´t found the pieces to put it working. I HATE THIS KEYBOARD WITH

ALL MY FORCES AND SINCE THAT DAY I START HATING EVERYTHING ABOUT ROLAND 1

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:09
robert steven sarnoski a part time user from united states of america writes:
well, after reading the bashings that people have givin this sampler, i don't know if i even want my name to appear here.

while at the time it was introduced, it may have been an expensive toy, i think if you can pick one up cheap, and you need a sampler, go for it!. i bought mine from a pawn shop for $125.00 (yes, i did). it makes the perfect addition to my roland tr-909 allowing to create wondefully hard, fast and fun gabber as well as looping drum sounds for some great drum and bass. this sucker is easy to use and of course there are some drawbacks. the small quick disks are no longer made by roland. maxell is giving me the runaround on where to get them, although smith corona used them for a word processer (think office supplies, i got mine). there also could be a parameter for changing the keyboard split (if there is, i haven't figured it out i.e. no manual). i don't know what else i could say except in my monophonic two track world (that's all i ever needed) it works great. i'm not looking for an e-mu or a fairlight!

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:09
electroid a professional user from GER writes:
Nice thing because it sonds really bad. I use it for short sounds like Bassdrums or HiHats. If you have a computer and a Sampleprogram (SoundForge) yoo can sample longer drumloops in the S-10. Just pitch up the loop and sample it then with the S-10 out of the computer. Now you just play the sample on the lower keys and so you have a long "Sound", longer than 1 second!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:09
deathboy 2000 a professional user from U$A writes:
do not, and i repeat, very loudly, DO NOT get one of these. If someone gives you one, SELL IT immediately, if not sooner. This sampler is such an irritatingly horrible piece of underpowered miserable garbage that it's a waste of the silicon used to make it and it's hardly even a poor man's excuse for a sampler.

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:09
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