Emu e6400 Great condition /classic Rack mount Hardware Sampler.

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Emu e6400 Great condition /classic Rack mount Hardware Sampler.

Great classic sampler with that 90s sound. I last played around with this about a year ago with a friend who still runs the old Ensoniq ASR-10. We had fun making some old school beats with what was on this. This is a clean unit, with only a few scratches on the corner and top of the case. The screen is clear, with good light and no dropped pixels or extra lines. I do not have the disk for this. This will be carefully packed. Please note the cheaper shipping option just added Aug 13. EOS 4.10a72 mb memory768k resident memory392kk preset memory For those unfamiliar with the model, here is more info on the sampler, quoted from Sonic State: The sound of an e4 series is familiar if you have heard Danny Elfman or the Chemical Brothers. Both used e4xt and e64 respectively. The e6400 benefits from SIMM style memory and a built in external scsi connection, for things like a zip drive. The OS is flash rom-based and no startup disk is needed. You can update the OS using a floppy, and emu SELLS the current OS (this should be up to date though). E4 series upgrades are available for this unit, If you do your editing on a computer and transfer the wav files to zip or over SCSI to the e6400 you will really enjoy this sampler. The e6400 classic still has the Z-plane filters, and stil uses the modulation matrix that emu calls Cords. You can assign just about any modulation to another source, and by using a control surface perform live with those beefy warm filters like on Dig Your Own Hole. A lot of gear from the early to mid nineties is extremely outdated, and some of them are still very useful. The e6400 falls into the later category, its tough to get a sampler with as big a screen and as many synth-like features for the price these sell for used. Amazing selection of filters, very analog sounding digital… same as the ones in e4, e4xt, e64, and ultra series…


Price USD 120 End Date: 2015-08-14
Number of bids: 0 Start Date: 2015-08-12
Country US eBay Auction

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