A5000

Discontinued

A New Breed Of Sampler Is Born

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Ever since the introduction of sampling technology, virtually every rackmount sampler on the market has been just that a sampler and nothing more. Sure there have been advancements in sound quality and the addition of digital effects, but the basic concept has remained the same...UNTIL NOW. Announcing the arrival of the revolutionary A5000/A4000 professional samplers with the power not only to create sounds, but to shape them in a way never before dreamed possible. Of course the A5000/A4000 have impressive specs for a sampling unit. Both models are expandable with up to 128 MB of RAM and can accommodate an Internal Hard Drive and Internal Zip Drive simultaneously. The A4000 provides 16 Multitimbral Parts and 64 Notes of Polyphony, while the A5000 gives you nearly double the power with 32 Multitimbral Parts and 126 Notes of Polyphony. And for ultimate flexibility and convenience, these samplers are compatible with a wide range of sample formats, including AIFF and WAV among others, and are bundled with special Sample and Parameter Editing Software. But the A5000/A4000 are not merely samplers they are advanced synthesis tools that let you process samples creatively...and easily. Both models provide abundant features for versatile sound production:16 Types of Ultra Fat Filters that deliver powerful resonance, 96 Types of Effects for creating never-before-heard sounds, a MIDI Syncable LFO with fully programmable waveforms, unprecedented Loop Divide/Remix and Resampling functions, Direct-to-CD Burning capability and much, much more! And with their Large LCD Panel, heavy-duty Realtime Control Knobs and Intuitive User Interface, these samplers are incredibly easy to operate, allowing you to give full concentration to creating your own unique sounds and music.

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A New Breed of Sampler Is Born

Ever since the introduction of sampling technology, virtually every rackmount sampler on the market has been just that — a sampler — and nothing more. Sure there have been advancements in sound quality and the addition of digital effects, but the basic c...

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