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E-mu E64 (1995)
« on: January 06, 2017, 12:52:02 AM »
http://www.creative.com/emu/company/history/timeline/
most closely related to the Emulator IV from 1994

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Based on a new family of VLSI chips (G 2.0), and featuring 128 voices (e64 offered 64 voices), up to 128MB of RAM, a graphical user interface, and all sorts of expansion options, the Emulator IV was an instant success and offered new features - some of which are still state of the art to this day. The EIV has long been considered the best hardware sampler in the world, as is evident from its many awards and 'Who's who' list of users.



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