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E-MU ESI-32 Turbo

Sampler from E-MU

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E-MU ESI-32 TurboPublished on 11/08/03 at 16:01
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
It's a beast geniale!
obviously it is a little dated and it is in the context of a very particular use that I know this machine.
Its 32 MB RAM, 16-voice polyphony, and SCSI connector ca make him an ancestor or E4XT compared to other recent machine from E-MU but the sound ... SOUND ..... is the pure E-MU ..... And that's what really matters .... it sends the ESI32 small compared to any MPC .... incomparable!

otherwise it has 4 outputs standard (TRS jack 6.3) plus 2 on the card and two digital effect. SCSI connectivity for HD or computer directly or ZIP

UTILIZATION

The use may seem a little stiff for a patient's "I sample something in a hurry ".... is the patience ... but the OS...…
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It's a beast geniale!
obviously it is a little dated and it is in the context of a very particular use that I know this machine.
Its 32 MB RAM, 16-voice polyphony, and SCSI connector ca make him an ancestor or E4XT compared to other recent machine from E-MU but the sound ... SOUND ..... is the pure E-MU ..... And that's what really matters .... it sends the ESI32 small compared to any MPC .... incomparable!

otherwise it has 4 outputs standard (TRS jack 6.3) plus 2 on the card and two digital effect. SCSI connectivity for HD or computer directly or ZIP

UTILIZATION

The use may seem a little stiff for a patient's "I sample something in a hurry ".... is the patience ... but the OS is very well done, very intelligent ... and allows a lot of flexibility ...
card incorporates digital effects very powerful and adds two to four existing outlets.

use with soft ESIwin is very simple and can load samples directly via SCSI.
its large backlit display allows you to easily navigate the OS.
when the manual ... I have not read .... and yet everything works great!

SOUNDS

The EMU's ... fat and heavy ... . Incomparable with yamaha akai or modern ... the c is the serious
the preamp is monstrous and a 44.1 scale discharge of a powerful clear sound.
must listen to understand .. but good is not new EMU is renowned louse rla quality of its sound. Anyway there is no big diference between one of its ESI-32 or a ESI4000 (though at the price y 'has a huge!)

OVERALL OPINION

To get an idea of ​​what this machine is the better looking side by ca the occasion: she not fall and today it is found Always the same price as okaz ESI 4000

I use it live for 4 years and it never let go of my .... !
if I were to buy a sampler now I buy the same .... but hey I'm gonna not buy as it is not going to let me go :-)
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  • Manufacturer: E-MU
  • Model: ESI-32 Turbo
  • Category: Samplers
  • Added in our database on: 09/11/2002

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