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cool sampler. to be used as a tool rather than to make music on (there's no sequencer, or resample function) - you can still make beats on this though;) imo - no need to get a memory card. the effects get limited when using the card. lofi is VERY lofi, don't get it for that only though.
The Boss Dr Sample 202 was supposedly designed for loops and DJ's on a budget. It's a big brick of plastic! It offers four low quality sample rates, from 31 to about 4 kHz, providing 20 to 260 seconds of sample time via built-in microphone, Mic or Line inputs. Each Pad to which you assign your samples can have user-selectable sampling rates in order to maximize sample time. It has six built-in effects including Pitch Shift, Filter 1 & 2, Time Stretch, Delay, and Ring Modulation.All really fun to play with! An innovative BPM function calculates the BPM from the sample length for easy loop/BPM syncing. The sampler can be battery powered, and originally came with lots of sampled loops and one-shots to get you going.
This was always a fun and easy to use sampler! I once even sampled one of our friends talking in their sleep with it! I loved that it was portable and easy to use. You can still find them on Ebay every now and then but dont count on much sample storage (even with the hard to find 5v SD card). I really liked that you could run any audio into it via RCA connections and use the filters and such. Fun to have around if you can find it for cheap! Not a bad little sampler at the time it was issued.