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Emulator II samples

#1 Post by sonicbleep »

Geeky post I know, but here goes.

The Pets were big users of the Emulator II and arturia have just released a soft synth version of it. Some lovely person has uploaded all the original sample files here -> https://rolls.bublup.com/view/4de21613- ... 59b433c940

Having great fun going through them and discovering the original samples as used by the Pets on various tracks. Just found the crazy scream sound from their version of Losing my Mind! (Death Scream S7 !!)

Anyways if you are a tad geeky with nothing else to do then check it out - BTW you don't need to have the arturia Emulator II software to use the samples. They are mainly wav files and work on any plugin sampler...

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Thank you for this. :clap:
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telys wrote: Sat 24 Apr 2021, 4:08 pm For every post, we're getting closer to the truth.
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Cool, thanks for the link. I already have an Emulator II sample collection that includes the Love Comes Quickly and Shopping bass sounds.

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Many thanks, been after this for years.
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i actually had a EII+HD back in the day. sold it a long time ago, but still have some of the floppies for it.

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In such geeky mood, musicradar discusses West End girls synths and recreates the synth bass with current software.
Kicking off (no pun intended) with the instantly recognisable Oberheim DMX drum machine and layered string samples from both E-mu Emulator I and Emulator II, the meticulously-programmed rhythm parts are driven along by a thick, analogue bass line.

Played - not sequenced - by Lowe, the seemingly simple bass sound was created with a Roland Jupiter-6, layered via MIDI to a Yamaha DX7 percussive patch played in the lower registers. An Emulator bass drum is also there, played chromatically along with the rest.
https://www.musicradar.com/how-to/the-4 ... -end-girls
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Enrique wrote: Tue 18 May 2021, 10:28 pm In such geeky mood, musicradar discusses West End girls synths and recreates the synth bass with current software.
Kicking off (no pun intended) with the instantly recognisable Oberheim DMX drum machine and layered string samples from both E-mu Emulator I and Emulator II, the meticulously-programmed rhythm parts are driven along by a thick, analogue bass line.

Played - not sequenced - by Lowe, the seemingly simple bass sound was created with a Roland Jupiter-6, layered via MIDI to a Yamaha DX7 percussive patch played in the lower registers. An Emulator bass drum is also there, played chromatically along with the rest.
https://www.musicradar.com/how-to/the-4 ... -end-girls
Nice article. I believe it’s well documented that Stephen Hague played the bassline on the record, not Chris. Also, Stephen Hague said in an interview for this very forum that it was an Oberheim OBX mixed with a bit of kick drum, not a Jupiter 6.

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TallThinMan wrote: Wed 19 May 2021, 7:09 am
Enrique wrote: Tue 18 May 2021, 10:28 pm In such geeky mood, musicradar discusses West End girls synths and recreates the synth bass with current software.
Kicking off (no pun intended) with the instantly recognisable Oberheim DMX drum machine and layered string samples from both E-mu Emulator I and Emulator II, the meticulously-programmed rhythm parts are driven along by a thick, analogue bass line.

Played - not sequenced - by Lowe, the seemingly simple bass sound was created with a Roland Jupiter-6, layered via MIDI to a Yamaha DX7 percussive patch played in the lower registers. An Emulator bass drum is also there, played chromatically along with the rest.
https://www.musicradar.com/how-to/the-4 ... -end-girls
Nice article. I believe it’s well documented that Stephen Hague played the bassline on the record, not Chris. Also, Stephen Hague said in an interview for this very forum that it was an Oberheim OBX mixed with a bit of kick drum, not a Jupiter 6.
i have pictures of a magazine article from March 86 about the song. theres a section at the top of the second page that says "Master 24-track" and under it there is a big white rectangle with writing in it. the writing says 1. Trumpet solo, 2. Choir I, 3. Eights on the hi hat, 4. Bass DX-7, 5. Emu bass, 6. Jupiter bass, 7. Emu I strings, 8. Emu II strings, 9. Emu low strings, 10. Bass drum, 11.Hi hat, 12. Snare, 13. Tambourine/real cymbal, 14. Hand clap, 15. Chorus vocals, 16. Traffic left, 17. Conga/cow bell, 18. Traffic right, 19. Choir (for cowbell), 20. Backing vox, 21. Verse vocal. 22. Shaker (DMX) 23. Oberheim time code, 24. EBU code for SSL computer. so im assuming they layered a DX7 bass with an Emulator bass (if anyone finds that sample let me know) with a Jupiter 6 bass

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80smusicenthusiast15 wrote: Sat 16 Apr 2022, 3:51 pm
TallThinMan wrote: Wed 19 May 2021, 7:09 am
Enrique wrote: Tue 18 May 2021, 10:28 pm In such geeky mood, musicradar discusses West End girls synths and recreates the synth bass with current software.



https://www.musicradar.com/how-to/the-4 ... -end-girls
Nice article. I believe it’s well documented that Stephen Hague played the bassline on the record, not Chris. Also, Stephen Hague said in an interview for this very forum that it was an Oberheim OBX mixed with a bit of kick drum, not a Jupiter 6.
i have pictures of a magazine article from March 86 about the song. theres a section at the top of the second page that says "Master 24-track" and under it there is a big white rectangle with writing in it. the writing says 1. Trumpet solo, 2. Choir I, 3. Eights on the hi hat, 4. Bass DX-7, 5. Emu bass, 6. Jupiter bass, 7. Emu I strings, 8. Emu II strings, 9. Emu low strings, 10. Bass drum, 11.Hi hat, 12. Snare, 13. Tambourine/real cymbal, 14. Hand clap, 15. Chorus vocals, 16. Traffic left, 17. Conga/cow bell, 18. Traffic right, 19. Choir (for cowbell), 20. Backing vox, 21. Verse vocal. 22. Shaker (DMX) 23. Oberheim time code, 24. EBU code for SSL computer. so im assuming they layered a DX7 bass with an Emulator bass (if anyone finds that sample let me know) with a Jupiter 6 bass
http://www.muzines.co.uk/blog/sound-div ... d-girls/43

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#12 Post by sonicbleep »

https://youtu.be/43Qe9kVQayk

This has just been released looks pretty interesting. Unfortunately you have to email to purchase.

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#13 Post by pflyguy »

I purchassed the pack from Cagdas

He sent me a link to make payment using Payoneer and within minutes, I had the download link sent to me.

Pack includes Emulator II emux files and wav files of all the sounds.

Highly recommend we support him so he will make more packs.

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