Akai S900 MIDI Digital Sampler w/ ASK90 trigger input - USED
Akai S900 MIDI Digital Sampler w/ ASK90 trigger input - USED
Akai S900 MIDI Digital Sampler w/ ASK90 trigger input - USED
Akai S900 MIDI Digital Sampler w/ ASK90 trigger input - USED
Akai S900 MIDI Digital Sampler w/ ASK90 trigger input - USED
Akai S900 MIDI Digital Sampler w/ ASK90 trigger input - USED
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Akai S900 MIDI Digital Sampler w/ ASK90 trigger input - USED

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AKAIS900 w/ ASK90

Tested and works perfectrly. Readyto flex your Public Enemy beats or your MBV drums chops.

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The Akai S900 is a 8-voice, 12-bit sampler module. It featured a maximum of 11.75 seconds of sample time at its highest sampling rate of 40kHz, or even more with sampling rates as low as 7.5kHz. Memory is set at 750KB and is not upgradable. Editing consisted of eight edit pages (Play, Record, Edit sample, Edit program, MIDI, Utility, Disk, and Master) accessible by pressing one of the eight buttons along the bottom of the good-sized display screen. To the right of these buttons is a numeric keypad, curser control buttons, and a playback button (plays back a sample after recording it). To the right of these are the control wheel, mic and line inputs, input and output level knobs, and trigger input for triggering recording start or play-back.

Editing on the S900 features many of the normal sample operations such as looping, and even crossfade looping in Version 2.0 of the operating system. There is also a few analog-like editing parameters including a filter (non-resonant) controlled by its own ADSR envelope generator, an additional ADSR controlling amplitude, and an LFO. There is also a function called "Warp" which is a very basic envelope controlling pitch, causing the sound to slide up to pitch. Velocity switching of two samples was also available.The S900 is equipped with a mix out, a left/right pair, plus eight separate voice outputs (one for each voice).