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  • E-MU Proteus VX

    E-MU Proteus VX - "This thing made pop pop in the 90's.. Now it's FREE!"


    This is definitely a piece of software that you have to read the manual to. It's a little clunky and most certainly isn't intuitive, demanding that you do your homework. Once you do though, there's little difficulty. SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE The sof…

  • E-MU 0404 USB

    E-MU 0404 USB - "Used with Windows XP"


    The E-MU 0404 USB interface gives you a pretty good audio recording quality to your PC ( don’t think you can use with a MAC). It has a ultra low noise, and is a very well built unit. The latency is very low with Windows XP and you can overdub and re…

  • E-MU Proteus VX

    E-MU Proteus VX - "I really like the Proteus VX.."


    I love the sounds of many of the 1, 025 default samples that come with Proteus VX. I am particularly happy with the various Piano, Drum Kits, and Orchestral samples. In my opinion, it's default sound samples (not comparing to the Editing Features…

  • E-MU Proteus VX

    E-MU Proteus VX - "Cheap but what do you expect for free."


    This software installed flawlessly and speedy, and has worked relatively well on both of my computers. I have used it on a low end computer (1.8GHZ pentium and 1gb ram) as well as my current (2.5GHZ Core2Quad & 4GB ram) and it performs ideally on bot…

  • E-MU 1x1 Usb

    E-MU 1x1 Usb - moosers's review


    The E-Mu 1x1 USB is a simple MIDI interface that is to be used with your computer.  It allows you to hook up any keyboard or MIDI device that has standard MIDI connections to your computer to control virtual synths.  The device is simple in make up a…

  • E-MU Xboard 49

    E-MU Xboard 49 - Audiofanzine FR's review


    (Originally written by barbilux/translated from Audiofanzine FR) I was looking for a compact keyboard to play my hardware and software synths (I already have an 88-key model). This keyboard provides after touch (very good) but I miss a bre…

  • E-MU 0202 USB

    E-MU 0202 USB - Audiofanzine FR's review


    (Originally written by frankk/translated from Audiofanzine FR) Two 1/4" jack inputs, and USB. No Spdif, etc. No Midi in/out... it's a pity. UTILIZATION It takes only 10 minutes to install. GETTING STARTED I use two tracks at a time pl…

  • E-MU 0404

    E-MU 0404 - FP User's review


    Well it does have two ins and two outs which is perfect. If you get the Audiophilie 24/96 it will only have one in and one out. And both of these soundcards cost a 100 bucks which is cheap if you have a tight budget. the only thing that was missing w…

  • E-MU 1212M

    E-MU 1212M - FP User's review


    The soundcard features stereo 1/4 jacks for in and out (L/R in, L/R out), S/PDIF in and out, ADAT, and Midi in and out. I am currently only using the 1/4 jacks (ins for my turntable, outs for my speakers) and they're great. For a pci soundcard, it's …

  • E-MU 1820m

    E-MU 1820m - FP User's review


    For an up start, I can't see anything missing. The studio package allows you to get up and creating ASAP. Price paid $550.00 UTILIZATION One has to jump through more than a few hoops to get this card installed, more than a bit of trail and error.…