Review | Sound On Sound, Mar 1986
Ensoniq Mirage Multi-Sampler
Manufacturers of keyboard samplers are now turning their attentions to the studio market by offering enhanced rack-mount versions of their products. Mark Jenkins waited anxiously at Heathrow for the first device to hit our shores - the budget-priced, 8-voice multi-sampler from Ensoniq. Read his report.
Review | Music Technology, Jan 1993
Advanced Sampling Recorder
Bit of this, bit of that
Preview | Music Technology, Aug 1988
It's nearly three years since Ensoniq struck it rich with the Mirage sampler. Simon Trask previews Ensoniq's new sampler and asks "can they repeat their success with the EPS?"
Review | Music Technology, Oct 1988
It's been a while in the pipeline but Ensoniq's successor to their popular Mirage sampler is up and running. Simon Trask checks out the latest "peoples' sampler".
Review | Micro Music, Jun/Jul 1989
Paul Wiffen takes an exclusive look a Ensoniq's latest offering in the field of sampling
Review | Music Technology, May 1989
Rather than keep the module-addicts happy with a rack version of their EPS sampler, Ensoniq have incorporated some attractive improvements into their EPS-M - like quadrupling its memory. David Bradwell liked it so much he bought it...
Review | Music Technology, Feb 1991
Digital Sampling Workstation
After a recent change in UK distribution, Ensoniq look set to increase their popularity with this upgraded version of their EPS sampler. Simon Trask likes what he samples.
Review | Sound On Sound, Jun 1989
A rack-mount version of the EPS was something Ensoniq swore they would never produce, but they have finally bowed to public pressure. Paul Wiffen looks at the extra memory, extra outputs and SCSI applications, and concludes it has been worth the wait.
Review | In Tune, Apr 1986
Review | Sound On Sound, Feb 1988
The ability to load new samples whilst playing is only one of many performance-related features which make the 20-voice EPS stand out from the current crowd of sampling keyboards. Craig Anderton reveals the others...
Review | Electronics & Music Maker, May 1986
Simon Trask takes a look at the Mirage's rack-mounting counterpart, and finds it even better value than the keyboard version.
Review | Electronic Soundmaker, Apr 1985
An exclusive review of the Mirage Sampling Synth — A price breakthrough?
We found these other (non-review) articles that are linked to this gear:-
Making The Most Of Your Mirage - Part 1
Feature | Topic: Sampling | Sound On Sound, Oct 1986
Tony Hastings begins a new series of valuable hints and tips aimed at helping owners of Ensoniq Mirage samplers get the best from their instruments.
Making The Most Of Your Mirage - Part 2
Feature | Topic: Sampling | Sound On Sound, Nov 1986
Back with another fascinating instalment of hints and tips, Tony Hastings offers further guidance to those Ensoniq Mirage owners wishing to develop their sampling skills.
Making The Most Of Your Mirage - Part 3
Feature | Sound On Sound, Dec 1986
Tony Hastings brings you his third instalment of Mirage hints and tips which begins to unravel the confusion that surrounds the use of the MASOS functions - including 'ramp scaling'.
Feature | Topic: Synthesizer Patches | Music Technology, Jun 1989
A review of the Desert Island sample library for the Ensoniq EPS joins a selection of readers own patches for the Korg M1, Ensoniq SQ80 and Yamaha TX81Z in this month's Patchwork.
Feature | Topic: Synthesizer Patches | Music Technology, Nov 1986
Trish McGrath gets the lowdown on a whole stack of readers' own synth sounds, while Paul Wiffen gives an appraisal of a new library of samples for the Ensoniq Mirage.
Feature | Topic: Synthesizer Patches | Music Technology, Apr 1989
The theme of this month's edition of Patchwork is decidedly traditional, as Casio's CZ101 joins the ubiquitous DX7 and D50 as the subjects for readers' programming dexterity.
Feature | Topic: Synthesizer Patches | Music Technology, May 1989
A review of the Desert Island sample collection for the Mirage joins readers' own patches for the Roland D110, Ensoniq ESQ1 and Casio CZ5000 in this month's action-packed edition of Patchwork.