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    Roland are my fav Japanese Synth & outboard manufacturer. The finish & sound of their products is top notch..

    New 48 track machine.

    https://proav.roland.com/global/products/r-1000/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Made in 1968 View Post
    Roland are my fav Japanese Synth & outboard manufacturer. The finish & sound of their products is top notch..

    New 48 track machine.

    https://proav.roland.com/global/products/r-1000/
    I have a Roland sampler, S750, MIDI of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pharos View Post
    I have a Roland sampler, S750, MIDI of course.
    Yeh was a good sampler but i had an Akai 'S1000', Wanted an EMU 'Emulator II' but they were way out of my pocket.. I did buy a Roland 'JV1080' About the time of that 'S750' Great rack mount synth. I think Vangelis uses an array of em...

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    My S750 was, and is, an 'S' - didn't the S100 have a fairly obvious signature?

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    You lost me Dennis!

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    Sorry I have just trained hard, the S750 is R, and the S100 should read S1000, which was I believe regarded as having a characteristic sound.

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    Right yeah sorry, 1000's can be a pain. Didnt reign long, ended up just using a Roland W30 which had a built in 'S-550' sampler.. Not going back down the digital route anymore, old skool analogue this time around..

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