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E-Mu Synth Engine (P2K, Command Stations, Proteus 2500, ProteusX/Emulator X, etc.)

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Very often discussion groups tend to be organized around specific gear; however, the structure of the E-Mu Synth engine is common to different product lines. In fact, the very popular E-Mu ROMPlers inherit much from the previous generation of E-Mu Samplers. Some users of the gear (and the less well-know software versions, Proteus X and Emulator X) are drawn to E-Mu's architecture for its use of virtual patch cords, recalling patch creation found in modular synthesizers of earlier generations.

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