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Author:  Ill Green [ Tue Mar 27, 2012 7:57 am ]
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boombapp28 wrote:
Ill Greezy, did you sequence the MS at all for Swamp Water Plague or was most of it you playing the MS-1 live and 4-track magic?


For the sake of those that didn't read that thread.

Everything was sequence on the MS-1 but for those long samples and movie clips plus the vocal, I layered them with my Tascam. But only a max of 3 tracks were used for each song.

I want to make another MS-1 album, but now I have to unleash the dirtiness of the SP-606, stay tuned. :mrgreen:

Author:  Rabot [ Fri Oct 19, 2012 5:52 pm ]
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best is to rock both MS1s, korg's and roland.

Author:  boombapp28 [ Tue Oct 23, 2012 2:00 am ]
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The SU-10 is really nice a long with the SP-202. An IDM producer in NY by the name of Wobbly put together sets using this same set up.

Both the SU-10 and the MS-1 give your sampled audio a quality of that similar to a cassette. A very unique texture which I really appreciate.

Author:  Ill Green [ Tue Oct 30, 2012 1:13 pm ]
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Rabot wrote:
best is to rock both MS1s, korg's and roland.

:mrgreen: :idea: :mrgreen:
Indeed!

Author:  boombapp28 [ Mon Dec 03, 2012 2:52 pm ]
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I saw Kid Koala live in Philly two weeks ago and the homie used six Yamaha SU-10's live on stage along with an Electro Harmonix loop box and recreated tracks from his 12 Bit Blues album.

I spoke to Kid Koala as he was chilling with RJD2 before the show about the SU-10 and he repeatedly told me how dope he thinks it is.

We also got to talking about the SP-1200 and the Studio 440 but that's besides the point.

Author:  ellaguru [ Mon Dec 03, 2012 2:56 pm ]
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boombapp28 wrote:
I saw Kid Koala live in Philly two weeks ago and the homie used six Yamaha SU-10's live on stage along with an Electro Harmonix loop box and recreated tracks from his 12 Bit Blues album.

I spoke to Kid Koala as he was chilling with RJD2 before the show about the SU-10 and he repeatedly told me how dope he thinks it is.

We also got to talking about the SP-1200 and the Studio 440 but that's besides the point.

:shock:
i got this little beast! sometimes i use it, i like the way you can edit easly samples. and it pitches good!
RP if you got some video-links to this show it would be great

Author:  boombapp28 [ Tue Dec 04, 2012 2:16 pm ]
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I hope one of the moderators sees all the attention in this thread and decides to make a page for the MS-1 sampler. Without the MS-1 we wouldn't have the SP's. Plain and simple.

I had just cut a track with the SU-10 earlier in the week so to see Kid Koala with six of them on stage made me geek out quite a bit.

Author:  DON_GOLDMAN [ Wed Dec 05, 2012 9:24 am ]
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Hey
Can ms1 " resample?
u guys use the sequencer or resampling method like the sp?

Author:  ellaguru [ Wed Dec 05, 2012 12:48 pm ]
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DON_GOLDMAN wrote:
Hey
Can ms1 " resample?
u guys use the sequencer or resampling method like the sp?

Man, all those old magic boxes cannot resample at all. The only thing intended at the time (mid 90s) as "resampling" was to reduce the bit rate of a sample (akai s20, akai remix16, ms-1and su-10)...maybe the first sampler that come to my memory that done resampling (as boss/roland sps) was the asr-10 by ensoniq (curiosly older than those indeed)...

Author:  boombapp28 [ Mon Jan 14, 2013 2:53 am ]
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Yeah, those older boxes have no re-sample features or capabilities what so ever. I used to use a cassette recorder along with the 202 in the early days so I could bounce my samples with fx back from cassette to the 202. That seemed to be the only way to get re-sampling done.

Author:  Headphones [ Tue Jul 02, 2019 10:10 am ]
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I’m thinking of just chaining cheap samplers as a chain gang, with the SP404 as the end of the line. For instance, I could begin with a sample on the S20, send it to the PO33, send that to the MS-1 downgraded, save that to a pad to the SP202, and send that to the 404. It would be a bit of a mess of power/audio cables, but the results might give it loads of warmth/grit.

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