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E-mu Morpheus

Review | Music Technology, Nov 1993
Z-plane synthesiser

An exclusive preview of a genuinely new type of synthesis? Eh, just like the old days...

E-mu Morpheus

Review | Music Technology, Jan 1994
Z-plane synthesiser

From one of the few companies still committed to developing new methods of sound synthesis, the Morpheus promises much. Does it deliver?

E-mu Proteus 3 World

Review | Music Technology, Nov 1992
Sample Player

The ethnically sound rack-mount

E-Mu Systems Proteus

Review | Music Technology, Nov 1989

E-mu's Proteus sample player has been one of the stars of recent trade shows, yet it's been in desperately short supply in the UK. Vic Lennard finds it's been worth the wait.

E-Mu Vintage Keys

Review | Music Technology, Apr 1993
Sound Module

Take 20 classic keyboards into the shower? Now you can just trigger and go with E-mu's Vintage Keys sound module, provider of sampled keyboard sounds from the Minimoog to the Mellotron. But who would you have in goal?, asks Peter Forrest

EMU Proteus 2

Review | Sound On Sound, Nov 1990

Emu's Proteus 16-bit ROM sample player was one of last year's hi-tech highlights — the new Proteus 2 offers the same concept and quality, but with a whole new set of orchestral sounds. Nigel Humberstone conducts the review.

Emu Systems Proteus

Review | Sound On Sound, Nov 1989

The prospect of a high-spec sample player bearing the Emu name, but costing 'under £1000', had musician's waiting with baited breath for its appearance. Now Proteus is here, and Paul Ireson breathes a sigh of relief as he finds that it was worth the wait.

Invision Protologic

Review | Music Technology, Jan 1991
Proteus Expansion

With the success of E-mu's Proteus sample reader assured, Invision are offering a hardware upgrade that's likely to see the Proteus' use become even more widespread. Vic Lennard explores the logic.

Proteus One

Review | Micro Music, Mar 1990
E-mu Systems, Inc. PROTEUS/1 16 bit Multi-timbral digital sound module

We see how the Proteus One will stand up to the competition of its already booming market

 

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