Synth Site: Yamaha: RS-7000: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.6 out of 5
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Kli a part-time user from Canada writes:
I only own the RS now for just a week, but so far i'm impressed with it, although I must say that it is a little complicated to use, but so is everthing else at first. I figure that it will take me a little while to master the RS 7000, but it is the first piece of equiptment I own and therefore I won't be comparing it to anything else while learning to use it, which in my opinion is an advantage because this way I won't find certain things frustrating that someone who's used to the MPC for instance might. The effects on it are dope, and the pattern mode is pretty easy to use. Anyway's I only have a weeks worth of experience on this machine, but so far i'm happy with it. I'll keep y'all updated on my progress, one love!

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Sunday-Nov-11-2001 at 23:40
nels a professional user from USA Chicago writes:
I own both the RS 7000 and MPC 2000xl. If you like groovebox style then buy an RS 7000. IT is the only professional groovebox on the market. I play live and the RS7000 is by far the best for live performance. The RS 7000 has a more powerful sampler than the MPC and a bunch of great knobs and effects. If you already own a good rack sampler and synths maybe the MPC is best for you. THe MPC does have the best sequencer. In the next year I would watch for 2 new products from Roland and Akai.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Nov-11-2001 at 16:46
Chem.Bros a professional user writes:
best buy...RS7000, we´ve gigged with it since it came out and it just offers you what you need to control your MIDI-setup on stage. Forget about MPC, lame box, overpriced with bad design flaws.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Nov-11-2001 at 03:10
Tom Finegan writes:
If in doubt...get the more modern box. The RS7000 has very compact MIDI-editing features the MPC don´t offer, plus for this small display on the Akai you need a microscope...;)

The RS offers incredibily much for low money. Compare the specs and get the one with more and better specs...which would be again the RS7000.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Nov-11-2001 at 03:06
spchless a part-time user from US writes:
I thought the sounds on the RS were great when I demoed it. The features looked incredible. However, almost all the user reviews aren't that positive. Is everyone having some sort of bug problem or another? Does anyone one have one that hasn't given problems? Rock on!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Sep-10-2001 at 20:43
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