Akai S1000 – ROM waveforms and the four factory disks

August 31, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized 

The internal waveforms of the Akai S1000 and the first four disks of the Akai SL library. Reverb from the Lexicon 200.

Description of the Akai S1000:

An oldie but a goodie. Akai’s great sampler of the late eighties! It actually still stacks up pretty well even today! A 16-bit, 22kHz to 44.1kHz sampler with 2MB to 32MB of RAM. Editing and programming the S1000 is a very good precursor to the advanced S3000 series. There are lots of advanced edit capabilities for looping, truncating, sample merging, time comp/exp, tuning and even analog-like parameters to control its filters and envelopes. Individual outputs for each of the 16 voices, stereo mix out, stereo input, MIDI, and trigger inputs round out this machine as a professional vintage-status sampler that still proves to be very useful even today!

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