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Average rating: 4.3 out of 5
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Get a second hand Akai or Emu unit to add with this and you have a powerful system with great flexibility

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Thursday-Feb-12-2004 at 19:34
a professional user writes:
that is so lame. if you want a sampler then buy one. only a child would ask that question. a lot of gear does not sample and this is one of them. if you know how to turn knobs you can make some incredible noise with this puppy. if you cant then a sampler wont help you. give up.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Feb-12-2004 at 14:49
Savy writes:
Almost all the sounds are too complicated, either set in chords, sequenced or layered with too many waveforms - thus totally unuseful. I find them childish and non-pro. Playing Korg's Triton, Kurzweil K2500 or Roland XV synth after this was like "Welcome to the pro world!". The difference in class of sounds between abovementioned synths is enormously huge. There are maybe some decent deep basses, leads, few pads in this module, but that's about it, and yes, drums tonally are ok but very thin. I found only one sound I like - there's a gorgeous massive string pad, can't remember it's name. Very cool. But except it there is nothing to be excited. Yes, filters are nice, but no filter will add a spark to crap samples. You just can cut some crap of the crap to make it less crap. Idiotic presets, poor effects, stupid colour - all in all crap box both sound- and appearance-wise.

Rating: 2 out of 5 posted Thursday-Jan-09-2003 at 04:48
XXX a part-time user from USX writes:
MoPhatt is a dream machine for great drums and bass tones. Easy to work with, lots sounds are surprisingly cool. This machine has a lot to work with and if you expand the ROM, well then it even gets more interesting. EMU has got their sound factor really going strong in this box. They are very reasonable right now at 4 bills. That's a steal fo a deal!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Nov-04-2002 at 14:45
dave a hobbyist user from USA writes:
ive been using my mo phatt for about a week. i bought it for the sounds and the open ROM slot. i guess i was expecting some serious drums but the xtreme lead has just as good drums in my opinion. the brass section and the guitar section sound very real, but are not all that useful. the bass section made this thing worth the 4 bills i paid for it. the lead and string sections are ok.... about 50/50 cheese... if you need drums and bass the mo phatt should satisfy you. thats about all ill use it for until i get the ROM slot filled. i expected more from the mo phatt...

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Saturday-Aug-10-2002 at 02:19
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