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Review | Sound On Sound, Dec 1986
Roland's top of the range sampler is the last of those announced at Frankfurt to reach the marketplace, but its 16-note polyphony, 512K memory, and built-in visual editing software could well give it an edge over existing £2000 samplers. Paul Wiffen takes up the case.
Review | Music Technology, Dec 1986
Digital Sampling Keyboard
The competition is tough for Roland's upmarket sampler. Paul Wiffen discovers if 16 voices, a fine keyboard, and direct monitor connection are enough to put it at the top of the tree.
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News | Topic: Advertisement Feature | International Musician, Jun 1986
A new Super-synth, Samples, and more
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.