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Preview | Music Technology, Oct 1988
Akai's popular S900 sampler has appeared on more records and in more studios than you can name. Simon Trask takes an early look at the S900's successor, the 16-bit, 16-voice S1000.
Review | Music Technology, Dec 1988
Following in the footsteps of their successful S900 sampler, Akai's new baby looks likely to set new standards in sampling hardware. Simon Trask's thrilled to bits.
Review | Sound On Sound, Nov 1988
No-one can deny that Akai's S900 is the 'industry standard' sampler, having kept all newcomers at bay for well over two years. But now there's a new heir to the throne. David Mellor looks at the long-awaited 16-bit stereo, 16-note polyphonic S1000.
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Feature | Topic: Sampling | Sound On Sound, Feb 1992
There's an S1000 in every studio — almost. David Mellor presents an introduction to this popular sampler.
Feature Series | Topic: Sampling | Sound On Sound, May 1989
Recently voted 'Best Sampler' by SOS readers, Akai's S1000 has quickly established itself as the industry standard 16-bit machine. So who better to reveal the innermost secrets of the instrument than the creator of the new SWM and Workstation sample disks, Akai product specialist Steve Howell. This month he kicks off the series with an explanation of how to take your own samples.
Feature Series | Topic: Sampling | Sound On Sound, Jun 1989
Sample Editing & Manipulation
PART 2: Akai product specialist Steve Howell passes on more useful tips to help you make the most of your new S1000 sampler.
Feature Series | Topic: Sampling | Sound On Sound, Jul 1989
Multiple Loops & Timestretch
In this final part of the series, Akai product specialist Steve Howell explores sample editing using multiple loops, and the S1000’s new timestretch feature.