- E-MU Systems – Product History
- E-mu Proteus 1 & Vintage Keys - Craslist
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- Emu Sound Module Pro Audio Equipment eBay
E-MU Systems – Product History
E-mu Vintage Pro Review I'm a sucker for these "vintage" sound boxes, so once Emu announced the Vintage Pro, I knew it was only a matter of time before I bought one.
E-mu Proteus 1 & Vintage Keys - Craslist
Since I've used the Roland expansion boards that cover a similar soundset (Vintage Synth and Keyboards of the 60s/70s), I'll compare the sounds of the two companies.
View topic - Emu vintage keys sound
Ok, it's not analog and doesn't pretend to be, although you can use the knobs on the front to tweak away most of the paramaters.
Emu Sound Module Pro Audio Equipment eBay
The Vintage Pro is part of the newer Proteus line and shares the same architecture with their other modules, but with a different sound set: 32 MBs of samples, 128-note polyphony, 32 parts, two sets of midi connections, modulation matrix out the wazoo, four-layer voice architecture, S/PDIF output, 24-bit effects, 16-channels of arpeggiators, etc. The difference with the Vintage Pro is that the knobs are slhtly bger, and more retro, than the other modules in the line.
User manual emu vintage keys:
Rating: 91 / 100
Overall: 95 Rates