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Average rating: 4.5 out of 5
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david from Germany writes:
The sounds are amazingly realistic. I use this little peace of gear to create the basic sounds for my tracks. It really does a good job. The guitar, piano, bass and percussion sounds are damn PHAT!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jan-16-2002 at 07:24
pakl a part-time user from Australia writes:
Just picked one up for $200US and man with what you can do with it in a sequencer is very neat. The combi's are excellent, the programs are fine. If you are looking to get one then make sure you get the floppy disks with the extra sounds to add to it. You will never throw this one away. Outstanding value for money!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Oct-28-2001 at 07:17
Richard Klein a professional user from Chicago IL writes:
I play B-3 and want a good grand pianosound.I midi into a Yamaha Clav CLP200 with an E-MU Proformance Plus.It has a great grand piano sound but I really need a Wurlitzer.The clav has one button for midi and transpose and I don't know how to access the second bank of sounds in the Emu.It has 32 sounds.Do any of them sound like a Whirly?What about Vintage or Classic keys? Any ideas? Thank you,Richard

posted Saturday-Oct-13-2001 at 11:45
Fudge Tunnel a part-time user from Tokyo writes:
This is really a VERY cool keyboard, and 100% unbeatable for what they cost! I had a 01w/r, Wavestation, and TR Rack in the past, and I like the sounds on this better then all those. I played w/ a N364 recently, and thought the X5d sounded much better. The drum kits (analog kit and percussion kit) are suprisingly outstanding. Many great albums have been made with one of these and a sequencer. On board FX are above average... as good as the cheap/budget Lexicons. Very nice, and lush. Some of the best strings/pads I've heard, and some gritty synth waves too. Used by many of the detroit techno cats. Instead of getting some $400 juno 106 or whatever, you could really make your sound much better with one of these (and spend less). Will always come in handy in the studio. VERY functional. It will earn it's keep over and over again in the studio.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Sep-24-2001 at 11:50
XanlsndX a professional user from Sweden writes:
Black metal keyboardist never leave home without it...neither does Old Man's Child, or Dimmu Borgir. Best Cathedral Organ, like real thing it sounds! You will pay little money for professional sound.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Sep-24-2001 at 04:14
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