E-MU Go Back The Future With Vintage Keys Keyboard

Classic Keyboard Sounds of the 60s, 70s and 80s      28/03/03
E-MU Go Back The Future With Vintage Keys Keyboard
E-MU Vintage Keys Keyboard

The new Vintage Keys is a 61-note keyboard packed with classic sounds of ‘60’s, ‘70’s and ‘80’s. Vintage Keys offers the same brand-new keyboard samples as E-MU’s Vintage Pro Sound Module (released in November 2002) – everything from the venerable Hammond® B-3 organ and Wurlitzer® EP to legendary analog and digital synthesizers like the ARP 2600. Vintage Keys gives you an all-in-one, collection of over 30 classic keyboards, sampled from the finest vintage instruments available. Vintage Keys features a 32 MB soundset featuring samples of vintage keyboards from the ‘60’s, ‘70’s and ‘80’s, topped-off with an assortment of samples from E-MU’s B-3 module. Product Manager Sean Wilhelmsen explains “Vintage Keys is an indispensable tool for musicians playing almost any kind of music – from classic rock and blues purists to the latest in dance music productions – these keyboard sounds have a timeless appeal that are heard in almost every genre of music. Being able to carry an arsenal of classic sounds in a single keyboard is a dream – especially when they sound this good.” he concludes. You can expand your available sound palette with up to three additional Proteus® Expansion ROMs, allowing you to customize the soundset to fit your specific needs. With 64 voice polyphony, 4 analog outputs and real-time control knobs and features, Vintage Keys gives you all of the classic keyboard sounds with all of the power (and stability) of E-MU’s cutting-edge sound engine. Shipping: now Price: £599/ +/-$949
  • www.emu.com

    More From: EMU
    Even more news...



  • More Videos

    Sonic LAB: Moog Sub 37 Synthesizer 

    A beast of a synthesizer


    Berlin Diaries: KOMA Elektronik Headquarters 

    A chat with the new kids on the block


    Cubase Focus: Groove Agent 4.0 

    Drum track creation tool just got even more serious


    Sonic LAB Review: Boomstars Baby! 

    Multi-flavour desktop analog mono