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e-mu orbit 3 (2001)
« on: May 25, 2017, 09:33:14 AM »

http://web.archive.org/web/20030401131630/http://www.emu.com:80/products/orbit3/index.html

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If you make electronica, arm your rack with the new Orbit 3 and amaze the masses with the astonishing sounds by Dutch sound designer Rob Papen. This sound module includes the Techno Synth Contruction Yard ROM and the much-anticipated Beat Garden ROM.
128 Voice Polyphony - plays back your most massive sequences with ease
64 MB of internal sounds - Expandable to 128 MB using any Proteus expansion ROM
6 Outputs
32 MIDI Channels
Digital S/PDIF Output
12 real-time control parameters
E-MU's exclusive SuperBEATs Mode
Advanced syncable arpeggiation functions
Dynamic 12 pole filtering


https://archive.org/stream/synthmanual-e-mu-orbit-3-owners-manual/e-muorbit-3ownersmanual_djvu.txt

http://www.vintagesynth.com/emu/orbit3.php