Akai S3000XL


The Akai S3000XL is a professional sampler and digital audio workstation released by Akai in 1994. It was one of the first samplers to feature a built-in hard drive, allowing users to store large amounts of audio data. It was used by many popular artists, including Dr. Dre, The Prodigy, and The Chemical Brothers.

The Akai S3000XL works by sampling audio signals and storing them in its internal memory. It can sample up to 32-bit resolution and has a maximum sampling rate of 48kHz. It also features a built-in sequencer, allowing users to create and edit their own music. Additionally, it has a variety of effects, including reverb, chorus, and delay. It also has a built-in MIDI interface, allowing users to connect external MIDI devices.

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