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Average rating: 4.6 out of 5
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zemanboen a hobbyist user from USA writes:
i believe this insturment is great. it has every effect i could want..i love it

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Jul-23-2002 at 14:46
yungque a professional user from United States writes:
if only the sampletrak had a roll off effect it would get a 10 out of 5

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Apr-10-2002 at 07:43
MattmaN a hobbyist user from usa writes:
Although it's sequencer is not the most intuitive,you CAN go to any bar whithin a song and edit it.I bet lots of people did not know this. Including a writer at harmony central who tested both the sampletrak,and su200 in a head to head review. This is what he said about the sequencer.

"it would be nice to be able to set the bar number at which recording begins, so recording wouldn't always begin at bar one. When you're working on a 48-bar song, and you have to delete a note at bar 46, it's a waste of time to wait for the song to play from the beginning in order to delete one note, and then wait for it to come all the way back around in order to input its replacement."

I guess he did not read the manual too well. I actually overlooked this myself for some time. But an online magizine writer doing reviews should try to be a lil' more thourogh. Since I discovered I can edit at any poit in a song its sequencer seems not so bad.Still not the best,but definantly managable. Just hold down the special key,and pres star/stop.Then move the edit wheel to go to the desired point in a track.This works for both recording,and playback.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Dec-25-2001 at 23:54
Sherkaan from Sweden writes:
This box spitts fire if you feed it with the right fuel(samples).For it`s low price it gives more features then any other low price sampler, Still it don`t act like an avarage budget sampler. with it`s resampling function and all the effects it has the ability to make a top-of-the-line-beat.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Dec-22-2001 at 13:09
Eric Chen a hobbyist user from usa writes:
Not a bad sampler for us cheapies :) I like the fact that you can pan fx to either left or right out... I sampled my 707's trigger out, and sent it to the left, which goes to my juno. then i set all the other samples to the left out. No need for the 707 anymore :) rubber pads are nice and safe. only a few gripes: the midi timing slides out (as mentioned before) and I wish there were some way of quickly changing the volume of each pad. Finally, editing the beginning and end points is a tedious pain the in arse. the buttons move too slowly, and the jog wheel goes to quickly. anyone find a happy medium for exacting the loop points?

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Friday-Nov-16-2001 at 12:51
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