Synth Site: Emu: Audity 2000: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.0 out of 5
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RIP a part-time user from CA writes:
I got one of these because they are so inexpensive now and I know Emu does great sound mods. Im amazed at what a value this baby is. The review below gives great detail on this module and it's all accurate!! Good stuff!! Has a strange kind of "different" edge to it and the arepeggios.......well, they are very much inspiring. You can creat polyrhythms that will drive you wild. Im impressed, but then again, Im a HUGE Emu fan!! They rock!! :-}

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-28-2002 at 18:24
George Fotis a professional user from Athens, Greece writes:
Well,Audity is an amazing synth... Ask yourself a simple question :how many synths do I know feauturing 12 pole-filters ??? 24 cord patches allows you to modulate anything in any way you like...x4 [there are 4 layers in a patch] a patch can feature 96 patches !!!

It's really beautiful.The samples included are simply amazing.Patch programming is really really fast... Arpegiator about 16 arps simultaneously...there are three HUNDRED patterns ready for use.

I have a total of 7 synths :Yamaha An1x,Sy55,Emu }Proteus 1 ,Audity 2000,Roland D110,Alesis Quadrasynth S5,QSR.Audity is a unique synth.

If you can find one...GRAB IT !!!. Check the OS of the unit ...OS version 2.00 can upgraded via software to 2.01.

Version 1.0x offers 32 voices polyphony.Version 2.xx offers 64 voices polyphony [assuming u don't use 12-pole filters]

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Aug-19-2002 at 13:28
Brutal Enigma a part-time user from US writes:
What can I say ? Intensely programmable. Multiple outputs. Ultra-customizeable arpeggiation. Rude, edgy waves to start from. Mad filters. Excellent MIDI control. Can sort of substitute for a virtual analog if you program everything ahead of time but that isn't really the point. I actually like about half the presets - and I usually hate factory presets.

Here's a tip: If you make any sort of pattern-based music (like most techno) and you use a hardware sequencer with limited memory (like my Alesis MMT-8) - make a custom arpeggio pattern for some of your repetitive parts and you can then record one note into your sequencer instead of up to 32. Saves memory and you can load more songs.

I wish it had more user memories for presets though... Almost perfect if you have the OS v. 2.01. Now I gotta find that Xtreme Expansion...

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Feb-27-2002 at 11:05
Uncle Lester writes:
I finally got my hands on one of these yesterday and I love it so far.Very good arps and filters.It takes some tweaking to get a sound just like you want it but thats half the fun:0)

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Sep-29-2001 at 21:45
a part-time user writes:
Just a quick note, get the Xtreme Rom expansion while you still can. Lotsa great drum kits and waves in the same vein as the audity's on board sounds. Basically it adds the orbit and planet phatt to your audity. I've had it about two weeks and it's on everything I'm writing... This machine still beats the X-Lead because the presets are much less cliche.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Friday-Sep-28-2001 at 03:39
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