Synth Site: EMU: Vintage Keys Synthesizer Module: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 3.6 out of 5
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emanuel a professional user from uae writes:
hi i had this module for a long time now im deciding to use it again in my pc setup can any one help finding an instrument definition for sonar....will be much appreciated...

its still sounds as its supose to be....old and noisy and errrrr..vintage...

Rating: 2 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Jan-24-2006 at 15:51
Patrick a part-time user from NL writes:
When I bought it, I thought it was as thin because of the headphone I used when I tried it. Unfortunatly it wasn't the headphone. I planned to use it in a set up with a Roland RD500 and Korg X3. But with these instruments the VK is rather useless. I decided to put it in my rack and use it some day when I needed that 'one' sound I could not get otherwise. After 8 years it is still mounted in my rack, switched off, not being used.

Rating: 2 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Dec-07-2005 at 07:03
Tony Echos a professional user from Brooklyn writes:
I bought this and then I bought the JV1080 w/ Vintage synth vard. Thye Emu VK is so much more fun to play. It has an elegant and simple UI that makes programming your own pathces a breeze. who cares if it has no effects... run it through an analog delay unit!!! The JV1080 may have more of everything, but it is so hard to make you own sounds... it just looks uninvitg to me. I sold the JV1080.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-03-2005 at 23:27
jon a hobbyist user from england writes:
having read some of the reviews on the vintage keys, .being an hobbyist with home studio ,i find a few people giving it negative comments being that some sounds thin out, dated in some cases (they are dated to todays standards thats why they are vintage sounds doh ..lets just say as some body said take a lot of hard ware on stage or compromise this is a power full collection i think. vintage keys have good melotron,flute good range of pianos organs synth leads and synths youd expect ,, drums maybe better to drop them for organ sounds , there usefull to have at hand though ..to work with i find user friendly ,learn one emu you can use any,ive found most of the sounds although as said maybe a bit thin , layer them with another sound module ,or sounds within itself and you get good juice ,and a lot of sound choice..i like this unit a lot..

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Jun-19-2005 at 13:28
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Forget this puppy! Get the new Vintage Pro module with 128 voices and 3 empty ROM slots. Duh!

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Friday-Feb-20-2004 at 16:57
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