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The Emax was essentially a complete replication of the Emulator II using custom E-mu chips instead of standard off the shelf silicon chips. This new engineering increased reliability, and reduced the cost of manufacture. The sample resolution was the same 12-bits companded into 8-bits of memory, the samples were still monophonic, but... More >
The EPS (Ensoniq Performance Sampler) was manufactured between 1988 and 1991 and was one of the first few affordable samplers on the market. More >
The Proteus 2000 was a reincarnation of the economical Proteus rack module series of the early nineties. More >
Xtreme Lead was launched in spring 2000 as the Techno/Electronica Module in the new Proteus '1000' range. More >
About Digital Sound Factory
Our team of sound designers produced the original E-MU and Ensoniq sound hardware and sample libraries. We now have these great sounds and more available for modern software synthesizers.