Amiga Samplers : Budget dance music in 1990

Fascinating

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Aaaaw that takes me back, I loved my Amiga.

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I think I still have my Amiga sampler. Used it with my a1200. I don’t have any of the stuff I did back then but that’s probably a good thing. Frankly, if it were practical I’d still use an Amiga to this day.

I used this :slightly_smiling_face: in 1985

http://www.vintagesynth.com/akai/s612.php

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I wrote this in 1985: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A_p4IgBD5oE

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I used one of its predecessors, a DR4D, for quite a while - still have it, and a bunch of zip cartridges that I used to record the tracks on.

Impressionnant :slightly_smiling_face:

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Incroyable :slightly_smiling_face:

YouTube algo figured I would be interested in Fatboy Slim’s Atari sampling workflow after watching the Amiga Samplers video. They were right! :face_with_raised_eyebrow: https://youtu.be/qLjgXPDzeZo

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i still use an amiga for sampling. a500 w/ 1mb trap door ram and AMAS sampler + Audiomaster IV. the finest 8bit grit.

would love it if there was a vcv module that allowed playback of amiga sound files.

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aha, now we know where the editor in the seq3 comes from! :wink: Neat!

Do you mean Seq++? Because, if so, then yes!

yeah Seq++, my bad :slight_smile:

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