16-bit stereo with 64-times oversampling
20-bit with 8-times oversampling (L/R outputs)
18-bit with 8-times oversampling (individual outputs)
Phase locked stereo sampling and playback
16Mbytes standard, expandable to 32Mbytes using SIMMs
2.97 minutes mono @ 44.1kHz
5.94 minutes mono @ 44.1kHz (Halve these times for stereo sampling)
Inputs L/Mono and R jack inputs
Outputs L/R stereo jack outputs
8 assignable individual outputs
Stereo headphone jack output
40 x 6 character backlit LCD with graphic waveform editing.
Digital I/O Digital audio input/output.
4-channel multi-effects processor offering two channels of simultaneous distortion, four-band EQ, ring modulation, modulation (chorus, phase shift, flanging, pitch shift, autopan or rotary speaker), stereo delay and reverb plus two ‘spare’ channels of reverb (four reverb processors in total).
Timestretch, re-sampling and digital EQ.
Filters 2-pole (12dB/Octave) resonant lowpass per voice.
2nd bank of 2-pole resonant multi-mode (HP, BP, LP, EQ) filters and tone control.
Envelopes 1 x ADSR and 2 x multi-stage envelope generators.
LFOs 2 x multi-wave low frequency oscillators (triangle, square, sawtooth and random waves).
Legato mode Single trigger playback to emulate old monophonic synths and solo instruments’ playing styles.
Portamento Polyphonic and monophonic portamento.
A variety of storage devices may be used to store data including floppy disk, hard disk, Syquest™ removable cartridges and Magneto Optical (MO) disks. Hard disk data may be backed up to a normal DAT tape using the digital i/o.
You may install up to 16Mbytes of FLASH ROM over and above the 32Mbytes of ordinary RAM giving you a total of 48Mbytes of memory. FLASH ROM allows you to keep your favourite sounds in memory even when the sampler is switched off.
Capable of stereo recording and editing on hard disk.
The S3200XL can play Standard MIDI files (sequences) from the floppy disk drive. This allows you, for example, to play sequenced backing tracks directly from the S3200XL.
You can backup the hard disk (sound data and/or disk recordings) to an ordinary DAT recorder.
Real-time digital output:
This digital audio output can be used to mix down digitally to DAT or any other digital recorder such as DCC, MiniDisk or a hard disk recorder such as the Akai DR4d, DR8 or even the S3200XL’s disk recorder. Using the internal multi-effects processor, you may add four channels of effects processing to the mixdown.
SINGLE For playing single programs.
MULTI For playing up to 16 programs together for multi-timbral sequencing, layering and key splits.
SAMPLE For making recordings.
EFFECTS For selecting effects.
EDIT For editing programs, samples and effects.
GLOBAL For setting parameters that affect the sampler as a whole plus access to utilities such as DAT backup, MIDI song file play and hard disk recording
SAVE For saving programs, samples, multis, effects and operating systems, etc., to floppy or hard disk.
LOAD For loading programs, samples, multis, effects, operating systems, etc., from floppy or hard disk and CD-ROM.
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Autres dénominations : s3200xl, s 3200xl, s3200 xl