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Sunday, November 10, 2019

E-Mu Emulator II & Sound Designer Software Editor for the Apple Macintosh


Emulator II - Nov 10, 2019 Published on Nov 10, 2019 SynthMania

"A look at how the Sound Designer software connected to the Emulator II, transmitting samples via the serial ports - and demos of a few classic Emulator sounds"

3 comments:

  1. The E-Mu Emulator X3 runs perfectly in Windows 10 64 with FL Studio 20. It is much easier when everything is inside the computer. Classic machines are nice but not everyone has that kind of budget. A minty Korg DSS-1, a Yamaha CS6R, and a Kurzweil K2000R make do for hardware sampling.

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  2. Hi, nice review! I have an Emulator II but without the Apple and obviously the Sound Designer, do you know any other way to edit it from modern machines? as far as know, Midi Quest and other editors has no Emulator II templates. Or may be an Apple operating system for mac where to install a copy of the Sound Designer. Thank you very much.

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