Synth Site: E-mu: Mo'Phatt: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.3 out of 5
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Walter Wagenleithner a part-time user from Austria writes:
Bought a mo'phatt board and put it into my proteus 2000. Killer Sound! Especially the drums are the best I ever heard from a sound module. Can only recommend it!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jul-10-2002 at 18:55
a professional user writes:
Mo Phatt (or the Pure Phatt proteus ROM) has some great stuff in it. I am using it in my Planet Earth Module as the "extra" ROM and it goes quite well with the Planet Earth mixed in. I think some folks trash the MoPhatt cuz it allows a person to sound almost too good and perhaps more talented than they really are....but who cares....I dont mind......I think Emu still has some of the best sounds and patterns out there, but its really about what YOU do with them and how YOU feel than what's in the you guys all know. :)

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jun-19-2002 at 22:15

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posted Tuesday-Apr-23-2002 at 01:15
beat farmer a part-time user from midwest usa writes:
wow... some harsh comments about the mo phat here. i will put it like this: the sound sets are really nice but this a LIVE machine not a studio machine IN MY OPINION. i think people looking for a piece of gear with live in mind would be really happy. as a studio head, some of the features are usless to me. it was the sounds that sold me on this piece of gear. GREAT kits, EXCELLENT pads, NICE leads, and NICE basses. universal to say the least! it might be worth mentioning that i compose down tempo breaks and techno. im not to worried about sounding un-origional.

i got a good deal on this piece of gear and i feel i got what i payed for. this was the first module i ever bought. im an avid synth user and i am used to shaping most of my sounds. if you know what you are doing you can get some ORIGIONAL sounds, if not i guess your LAZY. as stated by other posters presets are un-origional, BUT what do you expect? this is a MODULE!

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Monday-Apr-22-2002 at 20:06
Mo_Phatt a professional user from USA writes:
this module is great for bass sounds and especially for it's drum kits. You won't get any traditional sounds (piano's,etc) but you wouldn't buy this for those kinds of sounds anyways. You get more of the un-ordinary, weird kind of sounds. But if you use them right/creatively, you can turn heads and sound a lil more different from everybody else. The arp here is pretty impressive. You can do a whole lot. SuperBeats mode is okay, good for live, but it has lil use for me, cuz i create my own beats from scratch and i would never use a beat someone else created. The last thing I want is someone saying to me "hey, did you get that groove from that mo-phatt module." Nothing wrong with that, but it's not too cool IMO. All in all, you don't get the typical sounds you'd get from a korg or roland, (that could be a good thing or bad thing), but I guruantee you'll get a box that will find itself very useful in your rack. Of course if you're genuinely talented, i believe you'll make music that'll turn heads no matter what gear you use. I know one day, someone will make a top ten track that's made from toy keyboards and such, and prove to everyone that melody, harmony, and rhythm is what matters. Not expensive gears. Long live musicianship.

posted Friday-Sep-14-2001 at 06:43
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