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Average rating: 4.6 out of 5
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Klaus Paulsen a professional user writes:
"Over on http://groups.yahoo.com/group/RS7000/ there's a thread on 'the step grid problem.' Anybody know about this?" Ask the people there. The "Grid Step Problem" is not a problem it´s jsut simply the fact that you can´t hear other tracks when you are in Grid Step Recording mode. In other record-mode this problem doesn´t exist.

" How bad is it?" It´s not life threathening. :)

" rs7k seems to have certain midi recording problems too." Where? There are no MIDI Recording problems anymore since OS v1.14. The only problem that was there with the old OS v1.12 was that MIDI-Data still got routed to MIDI-B, even if you turned it of in the MIDI-setup-page. That bug is fixed.

"There's also some talk about Yamaha not releasing OS mods in any coherent way. If that's the case, how will these problems get fixed." These problem are either way no problems, or already fixed with the last OS-update.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Mar-20-2002 at 07:32
Klaus Paulsen a professional user writes:
RS7000 FAQ: http://www.rs7k.org

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Mar-19-2002 at 09:02
Klaus Paulen a professional user writes:
Isaac, the MPC has no drums or anything else. You have to buy sample-CD´s for it.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Mar-07-2002 at 15:35
JohnnyGrundles a hobbyist user from USA writes:
If you care about drums and not the keyboard than definatly, no doubt about it, the Rs7000. The motif doesn't have alot of sounds for more progressive electronic music. Go with the Rs7000 and fully expand it. With the sampler, you can resample or sample other sounds. It's a great machine... and I wish I could say money doesn't matter... hehe. I have a really great song that is 100% Rs7000 (you probably won't believe me) if anyone wants to hear it e-mail me or you can check morpheus for it JohnnyGrundles - Don't Delay

posted Thursday-Mar-07-2002 at 14:06
Isaac T a part-time user from New Mexico writes:
It's a little hard to learn at first but once you start putting the time into it it it starts to get extremely easy to figure out. Basically after you start playing with you start to think of what you can do to a pattern, sample, or a sound and realize it probably can be done on this piece of equipment. I also have a Korg karma so basically the onboard synth is in a way useless but by itself its some that can't be compared to almost any other work station. RS7K is the shit, I've had it for a week and can basically lay down a beat in thirty minutes effects and all. But i wish i had the chance to try out the MPC 2000xl, at least for the drums.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Mar-05-2002 at 17:06
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