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AKAI Z48 MIDI STEREO DIGITAL SAMPLER DRIVER



We're now up to AKsys v2. The Z-series filter-editing screen in AKsys above and the software version of the main control panel below. Obviously, elements such as the virtual control panel have had to change to match the physical appearance of the Z4 and Z8, and the functionality of areas such as the Program menu have been developed to take account of features like the new filters and the considerably enhanced modulation matrix. There are also various improvements to AKsys' file-management capabilities.

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However, as the program's fundamental principles of operation haven't changed significantly, most of the observations made in the previous review still stand — including my positive verdict. Indeed, overall the software felt subjectively faster and slicker to me than the last time I used it.

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One slight area of frustration was again with the very large factory Multis which seemed to take an age to transfer between my iMac and the Z8. In essence, AKsys opens up the innards of your sampler and puts it on show on the computer screen and, incidentally, also acts as a OS updater utility. It really is excellent and for me would be a significant factor in choosing an Akai machine over any of the company's hardware rivals. These are served up in no less than 34 varieties, including one-pole, two-pole, four-pole and six-pole band-pass, low-pass and high-pass designs, plus special ones like the 'Voweliser', which enables you to impose vocal articulations on your samples, and the triple filter design which allows you to wire three types of two-pole filter in series. As well as offering better internal resolution than their predecessors bit as opposed to bitthe Z-series filters are blessed with considerable muscle in the resonance department.

This is easy to check out as I did by plugging the unit into a large amplifier and turning both the volume and resonance up to It felt as though I was shredding the eardrums of all people and sheepdogs within a three-mile radius! Application of filters, the two LFOs, envelopes and so on can be all the more creative because the new models offer a more open-ended approach to AKAI Z48 Midi Stereo Digital Sampler assignments that their predecessors. Although the modulation matrix on the S and S was fairly flexible, in that any source could be routed to any destination, it was limited by the fact that destinations had a limited number of modulation inputs and also that certain modulation assignments were fixed.

Destinations can now have as many inputs as there are sources, and there are no fixed assignments. Akai have also increased the number of possible destinations, adding filter resonance and various zone parameters. With the ability to assign one source to multiple destinations and multiple sources to one destination, the modulation matrix is now more reminiscent of a matrix patch panel on an analogue AKAI Z48 Midi Stereo Digital Sampler. If it helps, picture in your mind's eye the venerable EMS VCS3's pin-matrix board, and you'll get an idea of the system's flexibility, and also its potential.

Keeping It Real Time Thinking of analogue synths also conjures up fond memories of real-time tweakability well it does for me, because I don't have a very active social life and here too, the Z8 has something new to offer, in the form of its Q-Link controls. A control can be assigned to either a specific part within a Multi or to the Multi as a whole, with the assignments being saved as part of the Multi data.

Setting up Q-Link parameters is a breeze — simply hit the dedicated Q-Link button and start assigning. True bit, 96 kHz dedicated hardware samplers. The Akai Professional Z4 and Z8 samplers provide a great dynamic range and improved bandwidth.

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Real-time Sound Control with Q-Link Modulator and Q-Link Panel The Z4's four Q-Link knobs, or Z8's eight Q-Link knobs, can be separately assigned to allow flexible real-time modulation of a wide variety of selectable parameters including amplitude, filter cut-off and resonance, start offset, effect send, sample tune and more. Control of an entire program, or a sound assigned to a single keygroup is possible. Each assignable Q-Link knob is capable of generating MIDI controller data so that all performance information can be recorded and played back from any sequencer. Sound Creation Features IntelliSample is a new features designed to AKAI Z48 Midi Stereo Digital Sampler the amount of time and effort involved in creating new sounds. Again, one of Akai's main concerns has been to try to take the tedium out of dealing with lots of material by allowing you to tag groups of samples and apply the same editing function to all of them at once.

Quite simply, it enables you to hook up sampler and computer via a USB connection, then control the sampler's operation and manage files remotely from the computer screen. I looked at AKsys v1. We're now up to AKsys v2. The Z-series filter-editing screen in AKsys above and the software version of the main control panel below.

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Obviously, elements such as the virtual control panel have had to change to match the physical appearance of the Z4 and Z8, and the functionality of AKAI Z48 Midi Stereo Digital Sampler such as the Program menu have been developed to take account of features like the new filters and the considerably enhanced modulation matrix. There are also various improvements to AKsys' file-management capabilities.

However, as the program's fundamental principles of operation haven't changed significantly, most of the observations made in the previous review still stand — including my positive verdict. Indeed, overall the software felt subjectively faster and slicker to me than the last time I used it. One slight area of frustration was again with the AKAI Z48 Midi Stereo Digital Sampler large factory Multis which seemed to take an age to transfer between my iMac and the Z8.

In essence, AKsys opens up the innards of your sampler and puts it on show on the computer screen and, incidentally, also acts AKAI Z48 Midi Stereo Digital Sampler a OS updater utility. It really is excellent and for me would be a significant factor in choosing an Akai machine over any of the company's hardware rivals. These are served up in no less than 34 varieties, including one-pole, two-pole, four-pole and six-pole band-pass, low-pass and high-pass designs, plus special ones like the 'Voweliser', which enables you to impose vocal articulations on your samples, and the triple filter design which allows you to wire three types of two-pole filter in series. As well as offering better AKAI Z48 Midi Stereo Digital Sampler resolution than their predecessors bit as opposed to bitthe Z-series filters are blessed with considerable muscle in the resonance department.

This is easy to check out as I did by plugging the unit into a large amplifier and turning both the volume and resonance up to It felt as though I was shredding the eardrums of all people and sheepdogs within a three-mile radius! Application of filters, the two LFOs, envelopes and so on can be all the more creative because the new models offer a more open-ended approach to modulation assignments that their predecessors.

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Although the modulation matrix on the S and S was fairly flexible, in that any source could be routed to any destination, it was limited by the fact that destinations had a limited number AKAI Z48 Midi Stereo Digital Sampler modulation inputs and also that certain modulation assignments were fixed. AKAI Z48 Midi Stereo Digital Sampler these reasons, the launch of a new Akai sampler is perhaps not quite the major two MIDI Ins, two MIDI Out/Thrus, SCSI (pin connection), S/PDIF digital I/O, two The Z8 has eight of these, while the Z4 has just four (a clue to the model still output digital audio at either kHz or 48kHz, then you slave the digital. The Z4 Sampler from Akai Professional was released in with a ground breaking set of specs.

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Synthesis: Audio Output Notes: 8 1/4", ADAT, SPDIF are Optional. Inputs: 1/4". MIDI Ports: IN, OUT, THRU, USB.

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