If RooiValk created the banks (and from his original post on this, it appears he did), AND as long as he retained the copyright to his creations (which, again, it appears he did), he can do what he wants with the banks.midi_transmission wrote:Is this legal to provide these sound banks? I'm not sure... Does anybody know?RooiValk wrote:Finally got around to uploading the banks and making them available for free.
They are in the Emulator X section here: http://analoguesque.x10host.com/
Hope you guys enjoy them - they were done with Emulator X and originally had zero FX. I tried to add a some but it was a bit of a rush job and the EmuX FX are not that great. I'm sure you'll find some stuff you can use though.
Let me know how you use them.
On the website where he's hosting these banks (http://analoguesque.x10host.com/E-Mu-Emulator-X/), it also states he is the copyright holder to the samples, presets, patches and banks--assuming RooiValk is "Ian Wilson", that is.RooiValk wrote:I used to develop sound banks for the E-Mu E4 and had transferred these to Emulator X when it first came out. It was the version that required the E-Mu hardware soundcard.
Anyway I have quite a few banks of "analog" sounds on my HDD that I can't do anything with, and since I'm no longer in the business of selling them, I figured I would make them available somewhere.