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Re: Cheap sampler

Somehow that doesn't seem to fall in the cheap range!

How many samples do you need immediate access to?

If you just need a small batch, a used Korg Electribe might do the 
trick...just use it as a sampler, rather than a drum machine.  Uses smart 
media and has a warm, grungy sound.

It would also depend on how you are loading samples. The ES-1 is very fun 
and fast sampling through the analog inputs. Loading the card via computer 
is much more cryptic.

Sent from my iPhone

On May 18, 2012, at 9:05 AM, Charles Zwicky <cazwicky@earthlink.net> wrote:

> iPad + Faithlight Pro App + Alesis IO dock
> At 08:58 -0700 18/5/12, k3zz21@gmail.com wrote:
>> Whats a good sampler that is cheap. Im looking for one that is simply 
>> the machine itself that i could just connect my midi controllers to for 
>> triggering the samples. And i want it to be able to hold a memory card 
>> or something. Any suggestions?
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