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Anonymous

E-MU Proteus X2Published on 05/03/09 at 00:08
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Installation without problem.
Clear library.
Very complete manual.

ADQUATION / PERFORMANCE

Dell P4 3GHz, 2GB, m-audio FW solo.
No crash for now.
Felt no limit in terms of multitimbralit and polyphony.

NOTICE GLOBAL

Install it a few days ago.
Ais access all parameters. Possibilitsgnreuses level filters and modulation matrices. Several levels of edition.
Unbeatable price-quality ratio since it is delivered with the bonus xboard keyboard (it is indeed the version X2 complte with a disk heap sounds).
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chatagninchatagnin

E-MU Proteus X2Published on 01/24/09 at 13:27
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Good evening

I do not know if this forum is still NEWS ...
It advisable for me Proteus X2 improve the output midi sounds of my laptop, but reading this forum I have doubts that this is primarily a PIII not very efficient ... I am looking for a solution to improve karaoke files out on a small Behringer mixer and a pregnant amplifies, all to play the sax melodies.
I am looking for a solution.
Thank you

ADQUATION / PERFORMANCE

I need regular.

NOTICE GLOBAL

I need regular.
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Anonymous

E-MU Proteus X2Published on 05/20/06 at 13:57
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I just got the upgrade from my Proteus X2, 5 days after purchase online at E-MU, though.
Installing the upgrade nickel on the first try, which was not always the case in previous versions ...

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

I've always had problems with the Proteus X even in its latest versions with XP SP2. I happened frequently during the launch of Proteus X, everything hangs, with a mandatory reboot to solve the problem.
Miracle, since the X2, this has completely disappeared and I can start and quit Proteus X2 as many times as I want, all without having to reboot.
Adding features TwistaLoop, Morph Filter have to take a little overweight at app that allocates tranquillos 70M memory on...…
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I just got the upgrade from my Proteus X2, 5 days after purchase online at E-MU, though.
Installing the upgrade nickel on the first try, which was not always the case in previous versions ...

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

I've always had problems with the Proteus X even in its latest versions with XP SP2. I happened frequently during the launch of Proteus X, everything hangs, with a mandatory reboot to solve the problem.
Miracle, since the X2, this has completely disappeared and I can start and quit Proteus X2 as many times as I want, all without having to reboot.
Adding features TwistaLoop, Morph Filter have to take a little overweight at app that allocates tranquillos 70M memory on its own without having loaded any of its bank.
Question CPU, no visible difference from the version 1

Ergonomics are good and despite some changes, does not fundamentally change from version 1.
Rem: The screenshot of the product has nothing to do with this app. This is a desktop version 1.

OVERALL OPINION

A new CD of sample ESC Xperience comes with the upgrade which can have a little fun with the function TwistaLoop. There are nice loops in it.

Overall I am happy because I finally have the satisfaction of working with an app that does not crash once on a 2 at launch.
You will say it's a bit strange to be obliged to pay an upgrade just for that, but we must also admit that the new features and ESC + Xperience are interesting.
So for owners of ProteusX, the upgrade is needed and it is affordable (€ 56 online on the site)
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A.lA.l

E-MU Proteus X2Published on 10/25/06 at 07:27
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J 'is considering the purchase of the Proteus X2,
but I have a colleague who finds himself stuck on a PC with a screen that says "Could not the streaming engine INITIALISED"
he tried the installation on multiple PCs but still the same,
even on a PC with just XP as a program.
are there people who bought it and had this problem

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Test with dual core 2GB RAM pc same problem
test with AMD XP 1600 + 1GB same problem

OVERALL OPINION

Council Welcome
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  • Manufacturer: E-MU
  • Model: Proteus X2
  • Category: Virtual Samplers/Sample Players
  • Added in our database on: 01/18/2006

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