Wondering if someone can help me with a idea. Keyboard magazine in it's review of the original TS10 a couple of years ago said that it could be had with a SCSI port and could use samples from the ASR and ESP range.
Future Music reviewd the Peavey SP/SX sampler/replay units when the SX2 was released. (Yes we are talking ancient and archaic music technology here!). These units had sample transfer accross SCSI down to a fine art for the time.
My question is, If I aquired a TS10 with SCSI and a Peavey SX2 sampler unit, could I use the SX as a sampling frontend for the TS, thus turning it into both a synth and fully fuctioning sampler in one go? What would the RAM (sample time) limits be? How limited is the sample editting in the TS10? Can it save samples to disk, (hard or floppy), and in what format? I know that if it can accept SCSI samples, the TS and a computer sample editor would be more powerful but I'm partial to keeping all my gear hardware based for reliability, ease of use, and roadworthyness. (I also just like getting one piece of gear and seeing how far I can take it musically beyond it's "limits" with only my imagination :-) ).