Yesterday Jean Greasy (Formerly the producer known as Whut Whut) put her Ensoniq EPS-16 up for sale (does this mean no more beats Jean?)
Hit her up on Twitter @Twitter.com/JeanGreasy if you’re interested. Act fast cuz I think Mr. Len had his eyes on it.
The EPS-16+ was an innovative early sampler workstation designed for the 90’s. Its sampler specs are impressive: 16-bit, variable sampling rates from 11.2kHz to 44.6kHz. With a slim 1Mb of memory this gives just about 11.5 seconds of sampling time in mono at 44.6kHz. Editing functions are quite nice: normalizing, sample splicing, merging, phase switching, auto-looping, auto-truncating, sample rate conversion and more. (read more HERE)