Expander sampled sounds of high quality and dedicated analog keyboards particularly the most renowned brands. Moog, Mellotron, Arp, Wurlitzer, Vox Continental, Oberheim, Fender Rhodes, Hammond, etc. ... farfisa
Ultra simple to choose sound banks. For c is in effect dropdown menu.
The samples are perfect. The great grain. The organ sounds and mellotron are sublime. For synths there a lot and it is a matter of taste but also of very good leads, very beautiful tablecloths, among others.
Note the effect in the presence of a ring modulator useful if you want to get into editing sounds to customize.
For the sounds you can not put that note up given the quality of sampled instruments! And the quality is E-mu. No complaints.
Essential. Put as many instruments famous in a small box like this has costed a fortune in the license and authorizations in the 90s.
I think today the acquisition of E-mu worth at least up to 400 euros seen everything in it. It's still much better than the plug-in vst. And fidelity to sampled instruments is impeccable. It is also made in U.S. manufacturing and quality is excellent. A quality rarely found auourd'hui unless you pay dearly.
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Jerohmusic's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
A compendium of vintage synths and keyboard in a 1U expander with multi-effects.
- The organ? Superb.
- The Mellotron? Fabulous.
- The electric pianos? Not bad (especially wurlitzer).
- The vintage synths? it depends, but overall pretty good.
2 minor drawbacks: the multi-effects just blah (but better than nothing and then the stereo flanger is really good) and especially the lack of filter.
on the other hand, what's! This is also surprising: the grain has nothing to do with the grain of current expanders of the mark (Proteus 1000, for example).
In any case, this module is the purchase just for the sounds of Hammond and Mellotron.