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Average rating: 4.6 out of 5
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Psycow a hobbyist user from Minden, Germany writes:
Best Sampler in this price range, but everytime you resample a sequence, you have to cut a very few seconds from the beginning.

Thanks to Mattman for the secret information.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Sunday-Sep-25-2005 at 09:38
Geoff a part-time user from Seattle writes:
Fun little sampler. I haven't gone into the deeper features, but it is great to loop snippets and then warp them into beautiful noise through resampling.

Maybe not pro-gear, as such, but for the cost/potential proportions, it can't be beat.

For the card problem mentioned below, the machine only takes smartmedia cards up to 16mb. The "no card" error comes, if I remember correctly, from trying to format a larger card.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Jul-05-2005 at 18:37
Gov a hobbyist user from U.K writes:
Got my St244 bout 3 years ago as a prezzy. Only used it for a mess about making beats (of the drum and bass style.)Now i wanna start making proper Tunez using Cubase.I would like to know if there are any knowledgable chaps out there who would know how i go about importing sounds once tweeked to perfection on the st2444 to my p.c?? May sound easy toi some, but i aint got a clue!All possiblities welcome email to: Amar_g999@hotmail.com Cheers Oh by the way I've had SO much fun with this little black box I have to give it a Grrrrreeeeeat big 5/5!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Feb-16-2005 at 10:17
main1 from USA writes:
i love this thing. it is very easy to use and there are things that i thought could not be done with it! but there is just one thing. i am having trouble with the card reader. when i try to format a card it keeps saying "no card." i have taken it out and re-inserted it many times and still i get a "no card" message. can anyone tell me what i'm doing wrong. has anyone else had this problem?

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Monday-Feb-14-2005 at 11:21
Eka the mad samplist a part-time user from the Netherlands writes:
The only thing I can say about the zoom is that I'm in love with it. I do a lot of tracks with it and like everyone is saying: use the resample function for making songs. it is only 32 khz, but that makes it a raw machine and you can pump your tracks up in the computer. you can also load .wav files wich is a cool function. When I use the zoom st224, I make my tracks entirely on the zoom because of it's raw sound. I also love the lowpass filter wich I use for my bass sounds a lot. it's a very good sampler for it's money. a friend of mine owns the boss sp 303 (wich has better soundquality) but he would trade it without thinking for the zoom. one more thing: the drumpads are one of the best I know and the quantizing is one of a kind. again, I'm just in love!!!!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Oct-18-2004 at 07:10
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