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B3, Digital Synth Rack/Sound Module from E-MU.

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E-MU B3 tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: E-MU
  • Model: B3
  • Category: Digital Synth Racks/Sound Modules
  • Added in our database on: 04/28/2004

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E-MU B3 user reviews

Average Score:5.0( 5/5 based on 2 reviews )
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lagy67's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" I seek"

I has a wonderful emu b3 machine a bit complicated for programming but if we take the time it works. I sought the pdf in French; upgrade the chip to make the polyphony to 128 channels and exp system. 2.26 mine still in 1.oo if someone could help me, it'll be nice to ask Larene Nicolas yes cousin Birelli lagrene I'm on 0681259676 or nicolas.lagrene@gmail.com thionville57100 to thank you guys


misses the french manual over the edition is not easy some effects do not remain in the programming it seems that with the bone 2.26 c is better


sonoritées are excellent mazis the one who does not know the hammond who does not know how sound is made and who has never programmed poor him


last month I'm dissect but one thing is sure if one takes the time to understand the edition, it will sound better than any clones hammond, apart xk3c

mpariente's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" probably the best"

Module for Hammond organ sounds with adjustable Leslie effect on a unit.


I have not had a manual. But already the factory sounds, many, although some are esoteric or useless are sufficient. Travaller for his own sound, there are easily adjustable conventional zippers. Apart from that, it is relatively complicated to set but regular users Emu will not be disoriented.


I have tried almost everything that is done in this area: Oberheim OB3, Viscount and even Hammond modules. This is by far the gear that sounds the best. All sounds are present: Rhoda Scott, Procol Harum, John Lord, Gainsbarre etc..


I use it in the studio but it's probably also a killer for the stage. The parameters are very numerous. This is a small brainer if you want to advance in the machine.
We still find this module, but used rarely for about 300 euros to buy eyes closed.
It is facing a B3, with party blower and party blower-clicks-clicks, adjustable saturation is crazy and what time saver for registration!
A little flat? The large dial to the choice of parameters or intensity tends to mess but after several years of use, it does not bother me that much, especially for work in MIDI.

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