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Akai S612

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, May 1985
Polyphonic MIDI Sound Sampler

A real advance in the field of accessible polyphonic sound sampling. Tim Goodyer finds out if the 612's beauty is more than price-tag-deep.

Akai S612

Review | Home & Studio Recording, Jun 1985
Midi Sound Sampler

Akai S612

Review | In Tune, Oct 1985

Akai S612 Update

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Jan 1986

...while Tim Goodyer checks out the production version of Akai’s contender and cocks an ear in the direction of some factory sound disks.

Akai the New

Review | Home & Studio Recording, Oct 1985

A fresh look at the production model of the Akai S612 MIDI controlled sound sampler by Steve Howell.

Sampling The Japanese Way

Review | Sound On Sound, Dec 1985
Akai S612 MIDI Sampler

A reduction in price and the introduction of their Quick Disk make Akai's S612 MIDI Sampler an even more attractive investment. Paul Gilby was suitably impressed.

Snap Shots & Symphonies

Review | Electronic Soundmaker, Jun 1985
Akai S612 MIDI Sampler

Akai's first sampler - with its own 'Quick Disk' facility.

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Competition | In Tune, Jun 1986

Win AKAI'S Fabulous S612 Sampler & MD280 'Quick Disc Drive' — worth nearly £1,000!

System Power

Feature | Sound On Sound, Dec 1985

In conjunction with the Chase Bit 01 Expander, Casio CZ-101 synthesizer and Akai Sampler, the Jellinghaus 12-Track MIDI Studio software for the Commodore 64 micro represents the most powerful compositional and recording set-up available under £2500. Mark Jenkins catches his breath and tells you why.



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