Synth Site: Yamaha: RS-7000: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.6 out of 5
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Johnny Grundles a hobbyist user from Jersey writes:
Ok, I would like to clear a few things up. Whoever says that the Rs is the Su700 and Rm1x in 1 box is smoking crack. I owned the Rm1x and the Su700. The Su700 can't even pitch samples over any range of a keyboard. Can the Rs7000? HELL YEAH. Is that important? Um yup. I think that's what makes a sampler a true sampler. Second of all, the sounds in the Rs7000 sound WAYYYYY better than the Rm1x, also the FX on the Rs7000 KILL those on the Rm. This thing can make awsome sounding tracks with some practice, long hours next to it, and alittle open mindedness. Expand this thing and you are set for a very long time. Then add a controller and some analog and the recording method of your choice and you have a beutiful home studio. Stop blind folding yourselves people, open your mind and make frigen music. Every peice of equipment has it's weak points. IT IS WHAT YOU PREFER! PEACE!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Dec-29-2001 at 14:54
Klaus Paulsen a professional user from Germany writes:
Mark, it HAS better samples. If you plug in the AIEB2 you HAVE individual outs, it HAS two velocity sensitive pads, it doesn´t NEED battery backed up ram (64MB battery backed? Never heard of a sampler that does has this before) Instead it can use SmartMediaCard, as good as IMHO. It´s a very professional toy, if you would look over the horizon of your narrow mind a bit, you would see that people are already producing with it, and already release those tracks on Vinyl. Sorry that you lack of talent Mark, i guess that´s why the RS is useless for you. How about you come back when you tested the RS intensively and made a couple of tracks with it, before you think you can write a review about it.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Dec-22-2001 at 10:33
mark a professional user from america writes:
well, IF it had better samples, individual outs, velocity sensitive pads, battery-backed ram and sold for well under $1,000, yamaha would have a nice piece of kit here. as it is it's a very expensive toy that can be used to make some good tracks. (as any toy can when placed in the right hands.)

posted Wednesday-Dec-19-2001 at 16:49
Johnny Grundles a hobbyist user writes:
sal, you can do LOTS of different time signatures with this gold beast.

posted Friday-Dec-14-2001 at 17:40
nick@sonic from UK writes:
Not deleteing them honest! We had a database crash and lost several days of posts...

posted Friday-Dec-14-2001 at 12:07
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