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Average rating: 4.6 out of 5
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Shallow a professional user from Richmond, VA writes:
The Sampletrak is off the hook! I have been using this unit for about 2 years with my band live. I can't imagine living without it. This machine has everything! I would recommend getting the 4meg card to go with it. The sequencer lacks a little to be diesried (I wouldn't try to make an album using just the sequencer) and the pads arn't touch sensitive. But the sequencer does have quantizing and a metronome so it is good to use for little pre-written break parts or intro's to songs. If you want to hear the sampletrak in action with my band go to http://www.mp3.com/optic - All the sounds were trigger using the sample track in the normal sampling mode. Also, if you use this live I suggest sampling everything in mono to save space. Most PA systems are in mono anyway. I rarely use the built in effects, but it has great built in effects.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Oct-30-2001 at 10:28
Montee a professional user from u.s.a writes:
If you want a sampler this is the way to go. I still can't beleive that this little box does what it does for the price I paid. The sample quality is awesome. This is a true sampler that gets the job done and gets out of your way so you can spend most of time in actual production. If you've you'd ever had faith in anything have faith in this reveiw. Buy the sampler you won't be sorry. Thank you.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Sep-28-2001 at 16:37
MattmaN a hobbyist user writes:
Another thing about the Lo-fi effect is that after you have resampled with it,select the extreme eq effect,and resample again with a higher frequency.Then your drums will sound better than sp12's. Also try adding compresion,and(or)distortion on top of that effects combo to add a differant flavor to your drums.The Sampletrak is very versitile for drums.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Sep-12-2001 at 19:04
digiphallus a hobbyist user from FL, USA writes:
Just to add something to my previous review. Before I stated that the LOFI effect was a novel, though not very useful effect. Well, I've discovered something that changed my mind. Sure, it can make stuff sound lofi, but if you turn the turntable crackle knob all the way down, and put the bit rate quality knob all the way up, then resample at the high quality, this effect makes a great noise eliminator...totally cleaned up a noisey Conbrio synth sound I got off a Star Trek VHS tape. Try it out.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Sep-03-2001 at 14:55
king raoul from uk writes:
this thing is perfect for bands who want to use samples ,or dj's as you can add effects and shit to your your music by running it through this, Also it can be used as a general effects unit for your scratches. I dj in a band and i can not tell you how usefull this thing is. Just sample a piece of music , loop it and you have the basis for a song for your band to work round. I dont think i have anywhere near used this thing to its full potential. Its the best piece of equipment you can buy in this price range. I have used it live and its perfect. You can run a mic thru it to distort your voice and you can achieve some vocoder like effects. buy two.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Sep-02-2001 at 17:51
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