Emulation II

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Post 23 Jun 2020

robotgard wrote:
20 Jun 2020
Italophile wrote:
14 Nov 2018


There's no need to buy it. The E-mu libraries for the Emulator and Emax are freely available online.
I agree. I got Emulator I, II, and Emax libraries with VintageSynth.
These samples are there. My video with Reason 1 and NN-19:



You can use this in any sampler, and you do not have to pay for it and install third-party VSTs.
There's only 1 shakuhachi flute there though, in Emulation II there's 6 with windchimes mixed in (different pitches), 5 on it's own and 6 with the loon bird mixed in. ;)
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Post 23 Jun 2020

Creativemind wrote:
23 Jun 2020

There's only 1 shakuhachi flute there though, in Emulation II there's 6 with windchimes mixed in (different pitches), 5 on it's own and 6 with the loon bird mixed in. ;)
Yes, that's right, but the original floppy disk had only 1 shakuhachi flute sample.

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Post 23 Jun 2020

https://www.digitalsoundfactory.com/product/e-mu-emax/

might be interesting as well. they also have the old emu rack mounted boxes in various formats :)

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Post 23 Jun 2020

r2101 wrote:
23 Jun 2020
https://www.digitalsoundfactory.com/product/e-mu-emax/

might be interesting as well. they also have the old emu rack mounted boxes in various formats :)
There are the same original Emulator II - Emax samples that I got for free from VintageSynth.
Also six identical samples.
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