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E-MU Proteus 2 Orchestral
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  • E-MU Proteus 2 OrchestralPublished on 09/24/06 at 05:15
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Of Proteus and true 32 NOTES PLUS a riot of SONS to rival a conductor!
    MIDI at it! sounds classics too, is his vocation, but fall is rather grumpy! and sometimes a good re-initialization is required!
    but then for 8 mega sounds of all kinds to take off a mammy connected to a hearing aid, there's Mozart who are delighted just to the concerts on the harpsichord; a treat!
    Here, even if the beast with a strong focus of the west coast, it is still well supplied and the price of the occasion, shop around on e-bay US is given!

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  • E-MU Proteus 2 OrchestralPublished on 03/06/08 at 13:27
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    Good machine that is looking for orchestral sounds ralistes low prices.
    Like most Emu racks can be adjusted the brightness of LCD lcran.
    Sample 16-bit / 32-channel multitimbral / MIDI IN, OUT, THROUGH / 2x Stereo Output jacks.

    UTILIZATION

    For the edition must have wanted to consider it as the guts for that task is quite daunting, but it's doable. Especially with the manual!

    SOUNDS

    Excellent presets Winds, strings, pizzicato, good trombones, trumpets in against some top are not. Say its not only for that task must be done SPECIFICATIONS quil lacquisition. But sounds good trs gnral, good ground, and some synth bass really INTERESTED.
    Some sounds remind strongly trs Mike......
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    Good machine that is looking for orchestral sounds ralistes low prices.
    Like most Emu racks can be adjusted the brightness of LCD lcran.
    Sample 16-bit / 32-channel multitimbral / MIDI IN, OUT, THROUGH / 2x Stereo Output jacks.

    UTILIZATION

    For the edition must have wanted to consider it as the guts for that task is quite daunting, but it's doable. Especially with the manual!

    SOUNDS

    Excellent presets Winds, strings, pizzicato, good trombones, trumpets in against some top are not. Say its not only for that task must be done SPECIFICATIONS quil lacquisition. But sounds good trs gnral, good ground, and some synth bass really INTERESTED.
    Some sounds remind strongly trs Mike Oldfield, Vangelis ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    The panel of instruments is rare respect that of surcrot it an excellent tool pdagogique, in that it quickly improbabilities of tones.
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