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Average rating: 4.6 out of 5
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Stomped a professional user from PAris writes:
"RS kicks seriously ass, and...the sampler is full duplex, means it can play samples, while you record a sample. Try that with the MPC4k...:) " Well actually it CAN Don't diss something just because you can't afford it. Anyway, the RS is a cool alternative to the MPC2000. I love mine but comparing it to an MPC4000 is irrelevant. Definitely not the same league.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-08-2002 at 11:46
Stefan VP a part-time user from BE writes:
Yeah, and by a mpc4000 hahahahahahahahahahahahaha!!!!!! I don't regret buying the rs7K. It's easy,all in one,flexible and if you want analog just sample it . Replace grid with step if you listen to other tracks. Life can be so easy.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-08-2002 at 11:40
Digital Cold a hobbyist user from USA writes:
The sequencer on the Rs is reason enough to buy it. The sampelr on it is awsome too for recording loops or one shot samples. I am currently working on a track where I am sampling just my Future Retro FR-777 and sequencing it with the Rs. The Rs is AWSOME. For the people who don't like it, then go back to your software and click your mouse for hours while trying to program a drum line. Heh... peace.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-08-2002 at 11:27
Khronikal a professional user from Montreal Quebec Canada writes:
So?? can this thing GRID program while listening to other tracks? I heard that you can only listen to the channel your programming while in grid mode..

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-08-2002 at 09:43
Montee a hobbyist user writes:
Well you never know until you try for yourself. I read the reviews up here and finally I decided that I would never know whether this machine was for me or not until I got one. Glad I did. To me the RS7000 is awesome. When it comes to production you can't touch it. Easy to learn but yet still very powerful. I still can't believe it. The step sequencer is the best I have ever seen. You can't mess up using it. I have made some of the phattest drum sequences in the last 3 days than I have ever made. This machine allows me to tap into my inner creativity. Everything is geared at at production. I spend most of my time making grooves instead of being distracted by alot of complicated functions. I love the way the keys feel and how they are placed, at first I was worried they would be to small making it difficult to enter notes but they are spaced perfectly. I like the idea of the 2 velocity sensitive pads at the right of the other keys. Before I had purchased the machine and actually played it I thought this would be a drawback. I wanted all the keys to be velocity sensitive but it turns out that it works out alot better the way they are. Do not let this deter you in any way. Whenever you need to enter notes at different velocities these two pads combined with the powerful editing features are more than enough. If you are contemplating on buying this machine for production purposes I seriously suggest that you give it a try. This machine with a couple of sound modules is practically unstoppable! I think my search is finally over. Yamaha in my opinion this is the best groove box in the market. Thank you guys for taking your time and being original.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jul-31-2002 at 20:13
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