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Average rating: 4.0 out of 5
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djrommy. a professional user from hk china writes:
my first e mu gear.i love it.after use xl,mo phatt,p2000etc is geart.but i go back for this AUDITY2000.+obit/plant phatt rom.v2.01.i use dope still no.1

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Jun-21-2001 at 10:13
distcoyote a part-time user from USA writes:
I picked up one of these as a floor model at a local store for $499.

It only has the OS 1, but I plan on upgrading it to the 2.01 to take advantage of the 64 vox polyphony.

For the most part I'm really happy with this thing. I love the fact that this synth is almost entirely brutal analog, and the presets are for the most part more geared towards the kind of stuff I like.

The only complaint I have is the fx routing kinda sux and every once and awhile it flakes when I'm trying to run drum tracks and appregiating a couple of tracks in my sequencer. I've tried switching between Pro tools, Vision DSP, and Digital Performer and seen similar problems.

I guess if you can find an XL-1 turbo cheap you should go for that, but otherwise the Audity is a pretty damn good buy.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Mar-21-2001 at 00:25
Dave a hobbyist user from Australia writes:
heh :)... I got one of these babes the other day sat it down at my mates house and, man! this it is true wacky stuff man :).... Ilike the fact that this would do any thing, even Atmospherics for Games, Movies or even just for people wanting to float inside their minds escaping reality.... VeRy NiCe

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Oct-15-2000 at 20:57
Patrick Fridh a professional user from Sweden writes:
This synthesizer fits neatly in any synth guy's rack. It's capable of some very neat and complicated sounds - and I belong to those who finds it rather releaving with a module dedicated with these types of sounds - analogue-sounding yet very vast and spectacular. It' s sounds sort of like an advanced update of the Waldorf MicroWave. We don't actually need piano and string sounds in every module - General Midi doesn't do much for those of us who rather spend time inventing our own styles than trying to sound like everyone else. So, this is a box packed with high-tech abilities for many years to come, even though the XL-1 sort of replaces it (maybe it's a question of colour schemes in your rack, I think I prefer blue to orange). The XL-1 has more of variety and more of dance-oriented "ready to rock" sounds, but I don't know if that's always so good - sometimes you just need something totally different, and here's where the Audity truly delivers. I managed to obtain one really cheap, too, so I'm all happy. The Proteus concepts has always impressed me (for instance; fast midi response, and the sample start parameter, as well as easily laid out editing & great modulation specifications), and ever since Morpheus came out, these boxes have been really neat synthesizers (with filters packed with all you'll ever need and more). I'd recommend E-mu modules to anyone, they're really great workhorses.

By the way, in some significant ways, the Audity 2000 is more advanced than the XL1: More outputs on the analogue side, and a digital output as well. Just like the Proteus 2000, the big brother in the sound module range they've got today.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Oct-08-2000 at 18:26
dubcat a hobbyist user from scotland writes:
if you can think of an arpeggio,this thing will match it! evolving metalic sounds,ambient pads and speaker bustin`sub harmoic bass. this thing will piss off anyone who's not into programming.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Oct-03-2000 at 22:39
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