In , the Proteus was the first rack-mount module E-mu produced, and it was a huge success for the company. The Proteus 1 is an economical one-space module consisting of your basic rock and pop sounds. It has 4 MB of sounds from the EIII library such as samples of pianos, organs, strings, horns, guitars, basses, drums, Latin percussion, and more all at your fingertips. The Proteus offers professional features such as full part MIDI multitimbrality, voice polyphony, bit ROM samples, six individual polyphonic outputs and extensive editing and modulation capabilities. Proteus 2 Orchestral In , the Proteus 2 was released which is identical to the Proteus 1 in most every way except that it has 4 MB of purely orchestral sounds - the same sounds from the Plus Orchestral ROM card, which also happen to come from the EIII library.
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Based off of the Audity , the Xtreme Lead has the 32 MB "X-Lead" soundset ROM, voice polyphony, 16 simultaneously available programmable arpeggiators, pole digital filters, bit dual effects, a memory expansion slot and a Turbo upgrade that can extend its features two-fold!
Great for live use by DJs and artists alike! Sounds of the Xtreme Lead-1 include techno basses, buzzed out synth leads, pads, dance drumkits, vocal stabs, hits, analog synths, DJ scratches, etc. The twelve assignable real-time front panel controls provide fast hands-on access. Programming this beast can be tedious but it features the same new Modular PatchCord architecture as the Audity for extreme sound-sculpting capabilities.
For the all-in-one dance module, check out the new Xtreme Lead-1! Current E-mu sound modules ship with one 32 MB sound-set each, but are expandable up to MB via three additional slots for 32 MB expansion cards. If you like desktop synths, you can start with an MP-7 or XL-7, and then add these same expansion card options to add Proteus, Orchestral, or the new Halo sounds to them.
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