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E-MU Virtuoso 2000Published on 09/06/12 at 00:24
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This is a Proteus 2000 sound module type:
128 voice polyphony, 32 MIDI channels
2 effects (reverb and chorus) and always the stupid limitation of four effect sends in this series (one rule four effect sends and assigns them to the channel).

UTILIZATION

The manual is clear and French.
Synthesis capacities are underutilized, it is reduced to sample playback ...
The sound editing is almost impossible without software. And I still have not found the software level.

SOUNDS

The sounds are realistic but full of defects recording! Levels are highly variable from one preset to another ...
In short, when you're used libraries symphony current PC, this is not great.
These......
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This is a Proteus 2000 sound module type:
128 voice polyphony, 32 MIDI channels
2 effects (reverb and chorus) and always the stupid limitation of four effect sends in this series (one rule four effect sends and assigns them to the channel).

UTILIZATION

The manual is clear and French.
Synthesis capacities are underutilized, it is reduced to sample playback ...
The sound editing is almost impossible without software. And I still have not found the software level.

SOUNDS

The sounds are realistic but full of defects recording! Levels are highly variable from one preset to another ...
In short, when you're used libraries symphony current PC, this is not great.
These imperfections are interest in this module. There is a particular grain.
I appreciate enough the solo string sounds with vibrato.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for three years.
He is essentially doubling the instrumental parts of the Motif ES (which is too clean).
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" Superb machine for music lovers"

E-MU Virtuoso 2000Published on 04/22/11 at 18:15
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Expander is not keyboard, it has 2 banks of huge orchestral sounds 1 and 2, I added two maps of the Orbit 3 because there are two slots provided for this purpose that can receive cards other synths like the E-MU Mo Phatt, Vintage Clothing Pro, Orbit 3, Planeth earth, the XL7, the flash ROM Ptoteus 2000/2500...et of the E4.

Intelligent policy that allows machines with 3 having almost all the others.

The effects are many but I do not use them, I record "dry".
Virtuoso is the basis of a rack of classic sounds from the orchestra very well sampled and respecting the nature of the instruments, their range and even different ways to play. The E-MU has made very strong.
Try all of......
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Expander is not keyboard, it has 2 banks of huge orchestral sounds 1 and 2, I added two maps of the Orbit 3 because there are two slots provided for this purpose that can receive cards other synths like the E-MU Mo Phatt, Vintage Clothing Pro, Orbit 3, Planeth earth, the XL7, the flash ROM Ptoteus 2000/2500...et of the E4.

Intelligent policy that allows machines with 3 having almost all the others.

The effects are many but I do not use them, I record "dry".
Virtuoso is the basis of a rack of classic sounds from the orchestra very well sampled and respecting the nature of the instruments, their range and even different ways to play. The E-MU has made very strong.
Try all of violins played in tremolo, you're already there, like in the movie "Doctor Zhivago", it vibrates, is full of harmonics, warm, and aftertouch is bluffing n is no exception, what power under the fingers.

The sounds are editable, I find great personal basis but we can play with them without worry, the editing is like a Proteus of the brand, it's simple and effective and most powerful of course.

There are 2 MIDI IN therefore 32 midi channels that is seen as the machine has 128-voice polyphony with the cards you have a factory sounds in a small box!

UTILIZATION

It is a simple machine for those who know E-MU, for others it quickly takes the envelope, the philosophy is E-MU Modular, not 36 sub-menus such as Yamaha.

The manual is thick, well not very useful for me.

SOUNDS

Yes for conventional projects, this is a massacre, the violins of the orchestra were particularly worked, they are very numerous, the brass are less good on the other hand, I remember that time I had the Emax but fewer of the best.
The flutes are very successful, the clarinets are not bad at all. on the other hand I was disappointed by the oboe, which are a little lighter.
The percussion is thunder, as well designed as the violins, it said.
There are some excellent synthetic sounds.

The game's difficulty lies in the aftertouch which is highly sought to modulate the sound in real time, sometimes you use the mouse to equalize the data and then work with a sequencer.
The dynamic is breathtaking!

I put 10/10 as it is a machine that you are bluffing to prmière note.

OVERALL OPINION

9 / 10 for one reason only: I have not yet figured out how to get my sequencer recognize the sounds that I record when I turn off the machine, the sounds are not registered, you must put everything after that 'it back on.
Apparently there is a way to save his bank of sounds in a page on the rack but I have not had time to look.

You can purchase with your eyes closed. This machine is unique and we realize it quickly becomes essential!
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" POM POM POM POM"

E-MU Virtuoso 2000Published on 08/09/10 at 18:46
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DIGITAL EXPANDER PCM (SAMPLES) WITH LOTS OF GOOD THINGS (THE VIOLINS ARE TERRIBLE) I love the drums, castanets RECEIVED OR OTHER, YOU CAN MAKE MUSIC FROM THE SERIES "LEATHER HAT AND BOOTS MELON" OR "MISSION IMPOSSIBLE"

UTILIZATION

CLEAR AND EASY SETUP ... NO NEED FOR MANUAL AND WHO KNOWS THE EXPANDERS their menus, submenus etc. PUBLISHING IS VERY SIMPLE AND INTUITIVE

SOUNDS

FAIRLY GOOD OVERALL, WELL I HAVE WANTED A PIANO SOUNDS OR TWO!

OVERALL OPINION

A SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA TO HOLD IN A BOX .... I TAKE!
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E-MU Virtuoso 2000Published on 01/27/02 at 12:14
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See General Appreciation.

UTILIZATION

See General Appreciation.

SOUNDS

See General Appreciation.

OVERALL OPINION

Fans orchestral sound will love this machine, which comprises the majority of sounds in the field. There are many, often unrealistic (sometimes less ...). Overall it's a good machine, I invite you (courtesy of our friendly webmaster Studio @ Home) to find out via the test www.audiofanzine. Com
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  • Manufacturer: E-MU
  • Model: Virtuoso 2000
  • Category: Digital Synth Racks/Sound Modules
  • Added in our database on: 04/28/2004

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