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E-MU announces Emulator X v1.5
29th October 2004
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E-MU has announced Emulator X v1.5, offering Emulator X owners a host of new features, including integrated software effects at the preset and multi-setup level, auditioning of sounds straight from disk, and a new Single View Screen that allows users to quickly search and dial up sounds in seconds.

Emulator X v1.5 adds integrated effects to E-MU's Desktop Sampling Systems, offering two discrete software effects processors per preset with MIDI modulation (including wet/dry mix at the sample level), plus three effects processors per Multi Setup - up to 67 simultaneous effects. These new software effects are in addition to Emulator X's hardware-accelerated effects (with over 600 presets) that can be used standalone or as VST plug-ins within your favorite audio/sequencer program with no CPU load on your computer, offering unparalleled flexibility in applying effects processing to your audio.

The new Single View Screen and Audition from Disk features speed up the selection of sounds, allowing you to effortlessly dial in and audition sounds in a sound module format. The new Single View interface even offers E-MU's Sound Navigator feature that lets you scroll through sounds based on their instrument category (e.g. keyboards, basses, etc.).

Emulator X v1.5 is scheduled for release in late November 2004, and will be available as a free download to all Emulator X owners.

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