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Average rating: 4.6 out of 5
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bob a professional user from USA writes:
This is such a primo little sampler,for the price, it is unbelievable. No, it wont do everything, but hey, its about as inexpensive a sampler as you could find anywhere. It gets 5 out of 5 for VALUE!!! If you want an EMU Ultra, then go for it. Personally, I did not want to blow thousands, I just wanted a small inexpensive device that could do a hell of a lot of cool sampling and re-sampling with fx. The ST-224 is EXACTLY what I wanted. Thanks ZOOM!! You guys scored big with me!!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Nov-09-2000 at 19:36
Tone Rat a hobbyist user from Chicago writes:
I forgot two shortcomings: you can't sequence the outside source button using the internal sequencer, and there are no mute groups, i.e. you can't have a sampled closed hihat turn off the open one, like you can on the MS-1, SU-10, etc. Ya know, if the SampleTrak works for ya, that's great, but potential buyers should be forwarned. :o

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Thursday-Nov-09-2000 at 18:14
Vincent a part-time user from USA writes:
This unit does everything I need and more. I have only run into a lot of fun using it with my other gear. For the price, I am very grateful to have it. Fantastic value!! No problems so far. :-))

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Oct-31-2000 at 17:29
Tone Rat from Chicago writes:
The SampleTrak is brilliant, except for the MIDI implementation. The internal song sequencer goes out of sync, so you can't let it be a mini drum machine unless it's externally sequenced or the only thing running. No velocity implementation. No reassignment of pads to whatever notes you want, so forget trying to make it conform to general MIDI or anything. It forgets what channel it's on if you turn it off. And no MIDI out. It does all the cool things people have mentioned, but there's not excuse for such a bad MIDI implementation, it's the year 2000 not 1985.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Oct-31-2000 at 10:17
Luke a hobbyist user from Earth writes:
I bought one of these for $200 and I like it. It has lots of sweet features. The best thing about this unit is that you can run stuff through it, such as a drum machine, and use the SOURCE pad to play whatever is being run into the 224. A trick I use is to run the aux path from my mixer into the inputs on the 224, and then whenever I want to play something through the 224 or sample something, all I have to do it press the alt/mute button on the channel of whatever I want to send to the 224, and it is instantly routed there. So much for having to frequently patch and repatch.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Oct-11-2000 at 14:38
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