Synth Site: Yamaha: SU-200: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 3.0 out of 5
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none a part-time user from none writes:
tip for those looking for a replacement - check out the zoom sampletrak drum machine sampler. this is the best little phrase sampler out there. awesome effects, smartmedia storage and an ok drummachine section. way, way better than the yamaha.

Rating: 2 out of 5 posted Thursday-Mar-20-2003 at 16:59
Horr a hobbyist user from Anyland writes:
Very fast in use, you can sample, trim and BPM sync samples in less then 3 minutes i.e. while listening to a song just once. About the click problem they occure only in loop-track mode manually syncing samples using the sync to master function eliminates clicks. The 22kHz standard mode with efects sounds even better then 44kH without effects so I personally use 22kHz most of the time. For certain styles of music even the lower 11kHz grade sounds better. What it could use is more efects and easiar loading/importing of samples/waves, and a better resampling function which would automatically trim the sample to it's original lenght.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Monday-Jan-20-2003 at 06:44
NIGHTSend a hobbyist user from Australia writes:
i bought this silver puppy a few months ago and although they didnt chuck in a power pack with it, it had been working great with my makeshift power supply. for looping lots of patterns it is really not all that good, the samples will have to be looped perfectly (memory card with *.wav files are ideal) although it is fun to stuff around on. As a trigger sampler, it can be terribly beautiful, you can have lo fi, or good quality sounds, drums, and you trigger them off a computer sequencer, also using this method you can tweak complex rolls with the sounds on the sampler , theres cutoff and tech mod and more. its not all in the sampler itself if you ask me , the big bucks are in the user's head, and how they , as a person, use this tool of creation.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Thursday-Oct-24-2002 at 22:28
sleeves a professional user from USA writes:
if you can find a BOSS SP505 then i would recommend buying it.this Yamaha unit is nothing to be used seriously,don't waste the money.as for the Korg ES-1,it's only good if you want to be another lame ass techno act.SCREW TECHNO!!! seriously though,BOSS SP505,that's the ultimate tool for the price.check one out if you can.

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Thursday-Oct-17-2002 at 15:19
jim a hobbyist user from eindhoven writes:
just THE sampler for a easy dj, some stupid no thinking people think this is a drumcomputer but it's a sampler is it's class it's |THE sampler it can do almost everything and the scrath pad is nice to if you can use it... I personaly use it just as knob 2

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Sep-01-2002 at 12:50
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