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E-MU Proteus FXPublished on 07/16/02 at 01:42
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Rackable MODEL
512 presets in 4 banks rpart 128, 2 banks and 2 ditables RAM ROM
Genre Pop / Rock / Orchestral
Presets ditables PC with MidiQuest or SoloQUEST
Connectors: MIDI IN / OUT, 2 Jacks 6.35

UTILIZATION

Configuration Gnrale trs simple edition sounds on the rack as possible and easy (I did it for a long time!)
Manual clear and numerous drawings and agrment schmas (routing controllers, LFO, etc ...)

SOUNDS

Pop and orchestral sounds good trs account the fact that he kept qq Annes.
Rock sounds a little behind. Many controllers assignable expression (4 + by the sounds lfo)

OVERALL OPINION

Used for 2-3 years, trs satisfied, but we always end up getting tired of......
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Rackable MODEL
512 presets in 4 banks rpart 128, 2 banks and 2 ditables RAM ROM
Genre Pop / Rock / Orchestral
Presets ditables PC with MidiQuest or SoloQUEST
Connectors: MIDI IN / OUT, 2 Jacks 6.35

UTILIZATION

Configuration Gnrale trs simple edition sounds on the rack as possible and easy (I did it for a long time!)
Manual clear and numerous drawings and agrment schmas (routing controllers, LFO, etc ...)

SOUNDS

Pop and orchestral sounds good trs account the fact that he kept qq Annes.
Rock sounds a little behind. Many controllers assignable expression (4 + by the sounds lfo)

OVERALL OPINION

Used for 2-3 years, trs satisfied, but we always end up getting tired of the sounds of an expander!
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" exellent!"

E-MU Proteus FXPublished on 08/10/11 at 09:43
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I do not really watch it, I'll just say it works great in midi in cubase

UTILIZATION

I used only sounds and preset factory preset.

SOUNDS

Review my expander is mostly at the level of sound. FX are super good special effects but also great synth sounds or type e.piano Polysynth nap but then the slap in the face to the expander 90 at the time it's the sounds of brass and trombone isolated which are super nice . melted in a song with some purpose behind and the illusion is perfect! add to that the sounds of marimba kalimba and other lead synth expander frankly this is a perfect complement in home studio for hip hop, pop, dance and prods the sounds of 90's

OVERALL OPINION

I have......
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I do not really watch it, I'll just say it works great in midi in cubase

UTILIZATION

I used only sounds and preset factory preset.

SOUNDS

Review my expander is mostly at the level of sound. FX are super good special effects but also great synth sounds or type e.piano Polysynth nap but then the slap in the face to the expander 90 at the time it's the sounds of brass and trombone isolated which are super nice . melted in a song with some purpose behind and the illusion is perfect! add to that the sounds of marimba kalimba and other lead synth expander frankly this is a perfect complement in home studio for hip hop, pop, dance and prods the sounds of 90's

OVERALL OPINION

I have 5 years and I do not part with it I find any approach to sound close to the Proteus FX in other machines or plug-in.
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E-MU Proteus FXPublished on 05/16/06 at 02:34
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
512 Presets> 4 banks of 128
2 banks and 2 ditables RAM ROM
Poly> 64 / Part> 16
Styles / Pop / Orchestral
Presets ditables MidiQuest or PC with SoloQUEST
MIDI IN / OUT> Stereo Output Jacks 2 6.35> headphone

'A' EFFECTS
Room
Warm Room
Small Rooms 1 & 2
Halls 1,2 & 3
Chambers 1 & 2
Plates 1 & 2
Early Renewals
Rain & Shimmer
Stereo Chorus
Stereo Flange
Phaser
Echo
Delay
Cross Delay

'B' EFFECTS
Stereo Chorus
Stereo Flange
Phaser
Delay
Cross Delay
Fuzz
Fuzz Lite
Ring Modulator

PROS
Excellent first purchase for that 'Proteus'sound with added Flexibility.
Crammed full with 8Mb of 16-bit digital samples.
Useful on-board digital......
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512 Presets> 4 banks of 128
2 banks and 2 ditables RAM ROM
Poly> 64 / Part> 16
Styles / Pop / Orchestral
Presets ditables MidiQuest or PC with SoloQUEST
MIDI IN / OUT> Stereo Output Jacks 2 6.35> headphone

'A' EFFECTS
Room
Warm Room
Small Rooms 1 & 2
Halls 1,2 & 3
Chambers 1 & 2
Plates 1 & 2
Early Renewals
Rain & Shimmer
Stereo Chorus
Stereo Flange
Phaser
Echo
Delay
Cross Delay

'B' EFFECTS
Stereo Chorus
Stereo Flange
Phaser
Delay
Cross Delay
Fuzz
Fuzz Lite
Ring Modulator

PROS
Excellent first purchase for that 'Proteus'sound with added Flexibility.
Crammed full with 8Mb of 16-bit digital samples.
Useful on-board digital effects.
Solid construction.

UTILIZATION

Rgonomie a logical and intuitive really. It is never lost. The manual trs clear (even in English) is amber and well done. Overall nothing quite complex (and I'm not Bill Gates!) Provided that is interested ... of course!

SOUNDS

First, the DMOS are really not great.
Tural well below the capabilities of this module!
Sounds warm and detailed - No gransd something useless!
Nothing to do with the tasteless gnrateurs GM of the "era".
Compared, and seen its release date, more than one manufacturer would have done well to be inspired!
May be more intended to plant the foundations, the atmosphere, the trimmings ...
Leads forcment date a little. However, without falling into the wrong got!
The almost hear the sounds of piano K. Bush, P. Gabriel, Supertramp ...
Mr Oldfield a little too ... Finally, there is plenty to do.
Ms. still a Expender Character and versatility.
Dynamics and effects section in good order.

OVERALL OPINION

Its versatility and characters that are attached to it.
The report qualitprix is ​​excellent if we find a reasonable price.
It is obvious that I'll always regret over spare (to save space / weight) than to have bought.
Besides, if the equivalence existed ROM card, I will transfer without any hsitation!
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Tech. sheet

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

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Other names: proteus fx, proteusfx

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