Arturia Emulator II V v188.8.131.5205
HP | 12 December 2022 | VST2 VST3 | 473 MB
Textural sampling ensemble
Emulator II V is the perfect dusty lo-fi sampling toolkit, combining the old-school digital grit that you love with the cutting-edge creative flexibility that you need.
Emulator II V is a multitimbral sampling machine that brings E-Mu Systems' seminal digital workhorse back to life in all its nostalgic glory - with a slick modern edge.
Its unique combination of high-fidelity 8-bit sound, warm analog filter, and instantly-recognizable sample library is sure to spark instant creativity, just as the original once did. When you want lo-fi grain, '80s sheen, or a sampling flow that stands out from the crowd, look no further.
Digital goes lo-fi
Part sampler, part synth, Emulator II V combines 8-bit digital crunchiness with warm analog filters for a distinctly lo-fi sound that'll add instant character to any mix.
The sound of the '80s
If you've heard Depeche Mode, New Order, Genesis, John Carpenter, or pretty much anyone from the '80s & '90s, you've heard the Emulator sound - now it's in your hands.
No ordinary emulation
Using our exclusive TAE® technology, every circuit and every function of this classic instrument has been remade in detail to sound & behave just like the original.
The sounds you know
Some of popular music's most iconic sounds came from the original Emulator libraries; Emulator II V combines them with a fresh & dynamic selection of samples for your mixes.
History: Changing the sampling game
An instrument that graced every '80s line-up. An icon from the early days of sampling. A unique character that helped define the sound of a decade and beyond. The Emulator II's digital charm and tactile layout made it the musical weapon of choice for everyone from Depeche Mode to Trent Reznor.
The Emulator series was the work of E-mu Systems in the 1980s. Upon release, the Emulator II was met with critical acclaim, combining the novel versatility of sampling with the familiar layout of a classic synthesizer.
At the helm of E-mu systems was the legendary Dave Rossum. A California native, Rossum is now a veteran of the industry, and considered among the most influential figures in electronic instrument design.
His pioneering work combining analog richness and digital precision in modular systems made the synth world sit up and listen, and the company went on to collaborate with the likes of Sequential and Oberheim. It was when the '80s hit, however, that Rossum struck gold.
Whats new in this version
No more crashes when clicking on a voice tab in screen view
Win 10+ (64bit)
4 GB RAM
4 cores CPU, 3.4 GHz (4.0 GHz Turbo-boost)
3GB free hard disk space
OpenGL 2.0 compatible GPU