Tutorial | Emulator II V

Bryan explores the Emulator II V, a multitimbral sampling machine that brings E-Mu Systems’ seminal digital workhorse back to life in all its nostalgic glory - with a slick modern edge.






Downloads & manuals for Emulator II V

SOFTWARE
Platform Name Date Size Version Infos Download
 10.13+ New  Emu 26-Jan-2021 496.3 Mb 1.0.1.1263  
 Win 8.1+ New  Emu 26-Jan-2021 393.4 Mb 1.0.1.1263  
MANUALS
Manual Date Size Version Infos Download
  New  Emulator II V EN Manual 07-Jan-2020 27.8 Mb 1.0

Sound Corner

Dark Division ( Axyom)

This driving techno track, inspired by old-school trance and electro, was made entirely using Emulator II V and the built in presets. No external samples or instruments were used.

Urban Fantasies (Victor Morello)

A dark and moody dubstep track made using only sounds and drum kits from the Emulator II V factory library, including both vintage and newly made presets.

Sloppy Joes (Greg Savage)

BoomBap and West Coast inspired trap instrumental with a lofi edge. All sounds come from Emulator II V, with additional processing from our Comp FET-76 and Pre-1973 compressor plugins.

90s Eclipse (arovane)

A tribute to 90s synth-based pop, made using arovane's own Emulator II V factory presets and external samples for drums.

1991 (Mark Gijsman)

A groovy house track, featuring laid-back chords and external drum samples, typical of the 90s era.

Arpact (Richard Veenstra)

A rising ambient track with a cinematic vibe, led by the “Arpabetic” preset.

Cf BathPluck (Richard Veenstra)

A strong club / IDM track, making good use of some of the many exclusive drum kits that were created for the factory library.

Magnetique Tears (emptyvessel)

A emotional downtempo / trip hop inspired track, with a strong cinematic vibe, making the most out of emptyvessel’s own presets, that can all be found in the Factory library. No external samples or instruments were used.

Quiet Moment (arovane)

A short and driving cinematic ambient track, using arovane’s own presets which can all be found in the Factory library.