E-mu in 1988 invaded the middle of the sound module with a Proteus to become the n1 manufacturers expanders since annel. And E-MU is the rest of 1988 2001, has commanded respect. So a commercial E-mu Proteus 1 and 2 (orchestral) and Proteus 3 (World), Proteus FX Ultra Proteus, the Vintage Keys and Morpheus. You breathe slowly and it takes ... This entire collection of modules, because it is a vritable Saga, repeated the sound banks diffrent "Samples" in the Emulator II and EIII SERIES compile modules under various typs trs. That's all a la carte Protozoa. It only 16MB but normment register sounds. Many will say "Yeah, not break a three-legged duck." Yes, but be aware that E-MU's called the same Potpourri>> see link: http://www.emu.com/online_shop/roms/protozoa.asp
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Almanyak's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
16 MB of sounds (Pop, Rock, World) General. All drawn from the Proteus 1, 2, & 3.
Purists shun the rather because some programs, inevitably from a series prior to 2000 have restrictions Proteus editing. Eh oh? This is normal. The architecture and editing capabilities of these modules was obviously not the same to the "time"! But when converted to audio, there is still "a few" non-treatment options? It is true that some patches only, not the side to which we are accustomed to flattering Emu, because the effects are more modestly proportioned (!). However, the samples are no less interesting and can quickly place a piece of structure, while maintaining a clarity in the mix. It will interest so that those who use at least two more MIDI tracks in their structure melodic / harmonic ...
Very good key, piano, percussions, wood, wind, string, synth, great FX, and bass, heard clearly at: Mike Oldfield, Kate Bush, Morcheeba, Blind Melon, Rough & Smooth, General Electric, Beck, and I ' in the process. So for the bad language I say ... Na!
Of course, if you are new in the south, it is perhaps not the first card to buy because it is not very spectacular. But if you're looking for versatile sounds that differ from your machines, it is a very versatile card.
A Swiss Army knife of good quality general. It's a little historical museum of the best Emu, beautiful patches, there is plenty to do. If some sounds ring 80 is also what makes you love him, because it is just his vocation.