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Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Dec 1985
Following October's preview, Sequential’s new sampler gets the in-depth treatment from Paul Wiffen, who refuses to return the review sample.
Review | Sound On Sound, Apr 1986
Keyboard programmer Paul Wiffen brings you the latest developments on the Sequential sampling system: the new 2002 rack-mount, and the superb Digidesign visual editing software. He also takes a look at the Prophet 2000 and passes on some useful tips for using its 'mapping' function to the full.
Review | One Two Testing, Nov 1985
Sequential step up with a sampling keyboard
Review | International Musician, Nov 1985
More money means Mirage-mangling, maybe? Tony Mills sizes up the latest sampling supersynth
Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Oct 1985
An exclusive preview of Sequential's attempt at combining an analogue polysynth with a digital sampling keyboard. It could turn the market on its head yet again, says Dan Goldstein.
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Dumping Grounds - Part 1
Feature Series | Topic: MIDI, Sampling | Music Technology, Apr 1987
The start of another series, in which Chris Meyer reveals just how useful the new MIDI Sample Dump Standard can be in everyday applications.
Mono Mode Pt2 - Part 2
Feature Series | Topic: MIDI | Electronics & Music Maker, Sep 1986
Fancy turning your Prophet 2000 into a 128-voice sampler? Paul Wiffen shows you can use MIDI Mode 4 to give the impression you're doing just that.
Feature | Topic: MIDI, Sampling | Music Technology, Dec 1986
MIDI Sample Dump Standard
Chris Meyer reports on a new system that could revolutionise the way we treat sound samples - the MIDI Sample Dump Standard - and uncovers its usage in the Prophet 2000 sampler.
Feature | Topic: Sampling | Music Technology, Jul 1987
Leading the battle against planned obsolescence are the sampler manufacturers, whose machines receive updates almost monthly. We re-test three samplers to find out how they've changed.