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Average rating: 4.5 out of 5
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jc from the bronx from Bronx USA writes:
I just purchased the Emax SE rack sampler with no disks. Where can I order an OD disk from online? I have tried these EMX utilities and I cannot get them to work well. Where can I order a ready to use OS disk from for the SE? thanks

posted Monday-Nov-24-2003 at 21:01
rob zar a professional user from USA writes:
bomb ass low-fi sampler!!! -used nowaydays by creative-cool producers and musicians - Iv heard of some lame asses with mullets still using them like "proper" instruments just using old library disks- probably playing some gay-ass stupid new age or 80s rock- ha ha ha!!

ok, this is NOT the sp-1200 in a rack, and there was an emax and an EMAX II -two completetly different machines ( emax - grey colored -12 bit released 1986 , EMAX II black colored -16 bit(?) released 1989 )

basically the next step after the emulator II - actually the same machine made cheaper and with 42 khz max sampling

-speaking of the 80s ,you can get some rad depeche mode sounding things on this -

mad grainy alalog filtered sounds ,phat and fat drum samples ... the list of coolness goes on ...

posted Sunday-Nov-16-2003 at 21:30
marty mcfly aka captin crunch from cleveand writes:
Just got the emax, the 1st one(rack) boys & girls, GOOD GRACIOUS!!!!! Sounds like a human beat box, Im using it to resample from my allready gritty mpc60, off the jump has more dirt than the 60, hiphop, jungle, house, acid & dirty music lovers put that damm mouse down & get a cat & an EMAX..... ITS THE INCREDIBLE HULK OF SAMPLERS

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Nov-01-2003 at 16:36
Just _in_lalaland a hobbyist user from UK writes:
I just bought one, I love the sound, perfect for Depeche Mode style stuff which is what im into. One problem though: The dots which make up the words on the bottom of the LCD decide to die out every so often. I can reproduce this my tapping the top of the unit too, it either cuts out the whole LCD dots (although the backlight is fine) or makes the machine crash or reboot. Maybe something is loose, please help if anyone knows anything about this, this is my fav bit of gear and I only just bought it!!

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-27-2003 at 18:47
Scott a professional user from US writes:
I got this piece just about a year ago. I love it. It's a beast...& very dependable. It is sort of a more versatile SP1200 (more sample time)

peace, Scott Slagle Asylum Digital Recording Studios

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Jul-08-2003 at 18:57
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