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Korg MICRO SAMPLER

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Synthtopia
25 September 2009
  • Excerpt: The Korg MicroSampler may have only been announced a couple of weeks ago, but Sonic State’s Nick Batt has already run the MicroSampler through its paces. His overview video, above, offers a good look at the hardware itself and how the MicroSampler works. Batt says: If you’re interested in the Korg MicroSampler, don’t miss Batt’s full review . And if you’ve used the MicroSampler, leave a comment and let us know what you think of it!
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Korg MicroSampler Review

Synthtopia
25 September 2009
  • Excerpt: The Korg MicroSampler may have only been announced a couple of weeks ago, but Sonic State’s Nick Batt has already run the MicroSampler through its paces. His overview video, above, offers a good look at the hardware itself and how the MicroSampler works. Batt says: If you’re interested in the Korg MicroSampler, don’t miss Batt’s full review . And if you’ve used the MicroSampler, leave a comment and let us know what you think of it!
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Korg Microsampler

soundonsound.com
21 December 2012
  • Summary: A portable, keyboard-based sampler ideal for jotting down musical ideas or for generating home-made loops and samples for further development. Simplicity is its strength but it also means the responsibility is on you to come up with the goods, which is healthy if a little scary.
  • Pros: Sampling (and resampling) made fun again!, A source of original loops, a musical sketch pad, a portable backing machine... You decide!, Can run on batteries., Microphone supplied., Onboard effects.
  • Cons: Available memory is split into banks rather than contiguous., Minor gripes: the Parameter and Value knobs aren’t suited to all tasks and the metronome is rather loud., Sequencer supports only one keyboard part.
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microSAMPLER

Music Tech Magazine
24 October 2010
  • Excerpt: To a large extent, the old-school sampler has been replaced by our DAWs. Audio can be created, repeated, topped and tailed, pitch-shifted or timestretched effortlessly onscreen with a mouse. Who needs a separate piece of kit?
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