MATRIXSYNTH: E-mu Morpheus Z-Plane Synthesizer

Monday, May 15, 2017

E-mu Morpheus Z-Plane Synthesizer

via this auction

"The E-mu Morpheus was an innovative machine at the time of its release in 1993. The big news was the introduction of its "z-plane" filters, that had the capability of "changing smoothly their function" over time. This translates in superb synth sweeps, sci-fi swoops, alien soundscapes, human voice emulations, and lots more.

The Morpheus contains 8MB of 16-bit samples as the starting points for its sounds. There are 197 (!) filters to choose from, and many of these are truly phenomenal.

There are three banks of 128 sounds, and an optional data card. The hyperpresets allow you to stack or split up to 32 sounds in a patch - very powerful. A bit hidden in the MidiMap there are also 28 effects, including reverb, delay, chorus, phaser and flanger. Other features include three sets of stereo outputs, user definable alternate tuning, and extensive MIDI implementation"

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