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Re: Cheap sampler

"that the one with the fab variable startpoint" must be the Emax. You
could record a vocal sample and then slide the playback loop, sliding
both start point and loop point but with keeping the set loop range
between them. If sliding the loop forward through the sample you hear
the voice with a robotic sound to it but you could also slide it
backwards or just freeze one part of the sample.

Greetings from Sweden

Per Boysen

On Sat, May 19, 2012 at 12:57 PM, mark francombe
<markfrancombe@gmail.com> wrote:
> scuse last mail... iPhone fingers trouble...
> fairlight looks v cool!!!
> Sent from my (advertisement removed)
> On 19 May 2012, at 12:10, Rainer Straschill <moinsound@googlemail.com> 
> wrote:
>> who still has an old Emu ESi-32 from days gone by (this thing is so 
>> outdated that I didn't even try to sell it...)
> lovely Rainer... is that the one with the fab variable startpoint?
> Me... i still love the sound of My Akai S1000... cost 1200 UK pounds
> In its day... couldnt Get 100 dollars for it now... mine has
> sentimental value cos Robert Smith bought it for me... he doesnt know
> it... but i bought it In 93 with tour 'bonus'!
> i did this sampler checkin a while back... went for an electribe drum
> machine... not happy... but thats another post...
> think Ricks suggestion is best.. go to Ebay... spend no more than 200$
> and try out stuff... most have internal drives that are often
> fucked... and thats often the only problem... but a biggie...
> mark