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E-mu Protezoa for ATARI ST
« on: May 27, 2017, 04:36:49 PM »


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This is a shot of Protezoa, an editor librarian for the Emu Proteus series modules.  Before XoR, which later became Unisyn, and before Sound Surfer (which became SoundDiver) there were individual editor librarians for popular synths and modules.  Protezoa was one of the best of these, and if you find a master disk of one someday note that there are 64 early patch creations by your resident TweakMeister bundled in the directory.