Synth Site: E-mu: Mo'Phatt: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.3 out of 5
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equipped a part-time user from canada writes:
Just got me used "Mo Phatt",..again(like me XL-1) at $400.00 canadian,..In my previous review of the Exrteme Lead-1,.. I ignorantly said that I wouldn't buy the "Mo Phatt" again,...well I was a right tard and fully wrong,..this beast cover's some serious funky deep soulfull sound's,..and it's basically the same synth rack/unit as the XL-1,..all the same edit possibilities,..good ol "Mo Phatt" is endless when you get into it,..diggin the Key's preset's,....some nasty poo in there,...anyway i highly recomend this chunk of an EMU rack,...good for any electronic production,..not just Hip Hop...cheers.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Feb-10-2007 at 05:18
Petey Pete the Petemeister of Peteville a professional user from USA writes:
I had only the mp-7 (updated mophat sounds rom + sequncer + alot of other nice stuff for only $400) and was able to make over 1000 tracks that i believed were pretty dam good - but I felt they sounded a little drowned out or muddy or muffled. Then I added effets to my tracks (like acid- hint- use dynamics and eq- boost your highs and lows). I was able to play around and get a sound way better than I expected out of a 400$ machine - so if you do the math I paid like 50 cents to make each pattern/beat track or less- and the machine still works perfectly no glitches and I am able to transfer all my beats and save to CPU via USb so you can have about 100 beats on the machine at a time- and finally manage it so you have only your best patterns there- wether they are complete tracks or just drums or just bass you'll have access to 1000 of your own made patterns as soon as you flip the switch. I made my own tracks - I didnt use their arpeggios or premade patterns. I made my beats from scratch. There are many useful things on this machine that will help you if you are stuck - like a RANDOM instrument creator- very useful for rainy days and you can get some amazing sounds- and I personally like all the new updates on the NEW os makes making tracks simple as pie in less than a coffee break I can bang out several tracks - with a little effects - that sound crazier/better/more original than most stuff you here on the radio just by pushing buttons and having fun - how about that for $400. only drawback is that you only have like 11 keys to work with- look into the mk-7 which is the exact thing but only 64 polyphony I believe- I just got one cause it's the hottest soundset I have come across in a while- and thats not even talking about the other roms from emu- if youre smart youll give each of them a listen after getting this!!! haha good luck all

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Thursday-Oct-07-2004 at 11:49
dwayne from livermore ca writes:
well all i can say eEmu makes some nice stuff and there support is A1 and ass for the bad comments go get a trance attack haircut dave olsen and spray paint your hair blue "

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Feb-13-2004 at 18:30
a part-time user writes:
....forgot to mention that some of the sounds in the MoPhatt ROM are a bit cheesey at first, but if you use outboard effects and mangle them up into new sounds, you would be blown away with what you can create. So, I like the MoPhatt sounds, but dont use the original pre-sets at all without major FX treatment. It works!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Feb-12-2004 at 20:55
Rob a part-time user from CA writes:
I use an emu 5000 Ultra sampler along with this Mo Phatt and the Planet Earth. Whoah. What a combo! I have also loaded an extra ROM as well in each unit. I have the Ensoniq Project ROM with my Mo Phatt and the new Protean Drums rom in my Planet Earth. I love EMU stuff. You can switch these ROMs around and try different sounds. I also have a 16 MB Flash ROM for my Sampler so that I can author my own sound ROM. Way cool set-up folks. I will never sell this gear.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Feb-12-2004 at 20:53
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