Synth Site: EMU: Xtreme Lead/XL-1: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.4 out of 5
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John a part-time user from california writes:
I was wondering if you knew how to edit the arp patterns to create new melodies, i have a quick get started guide for the extreme lead but it doesnt really show me how to do it.. can you help?

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Sunday-Apr-29-2007 at 20:10
equipped a part-time user from Canada writes:
Just got me Extreme Lead-1 for 400.00 Canadian,...now anyone that know's how to really mash up samples proper>(meanin externally,.. in a software programe like wavs n ubase for example),.....should no doubt see the value in the Extreme Lead-1,.I use to own an Emu-Mo Phatt Rack with the Extreme Lead Expansion rom(sold for a Virus C)....anyway,..the Mo Phatt I would not buy again,..but the Extreme Lead-1 is forshure worth the investment,.again,..sound's are full on,...as someone allready said before in another forum,..it really is a full on trigger & hold type synth,...the depth is endless,...especially with them beuty EMU effect's on the front,..bein a dnb producer,...my sequencer & computer get dam slow when workin with all kind's of plugin's, effect's ect at times,..but that ain't the main reason why im diggin the Extreme Lead-1 so dam much,...first off,...the price kill's these day's,..that is if you can find one,..and(this be the main reason),>It's just a hardware thing for me and load's other's im shure,..I have load's of software ect,...but to have a reliable ROM player that's packed with my own edit's and personality & ofcourse rippin edgy EMU sound's,..one cannot go wrong,.>that is agin ofcourse,... if ya'll can find one,...startin to get a bit like the "Planet Earth" rack in how hard she's gettin to find,..anyway,..if you produce electronic music of any form,..this beast has endless sound's and edit madness,...easy to use too,...cheers.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Jan-28-2007 at 04:33
Renegade Project a part-time user from USA writes:
My set up in the XL-1 comprises of MP-7,Composer and Sounds of ZR roms this combination covers a lot of styles...I am happy with this but I will probably get another EMU unit with Vintage and Planet Earth...sadly we have to say goodbye to the hardware from EMU but that is progress

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Saturday-Sep-04-2004 at 09:34
Savy writes:
This is the best Emu box of those I have (MoPhatt, Pk2 with Techno ROM). Though no rompler is good for techno-trance oriented music and this one is no exception, it's synth sounds may be good for some experimental pop or electronica. But it's not suitable for dance stuff, I guess, these sounds just don't have the edge and class of a real VA. If you ever heard the real analog or VA these sounds would never fool you. But as a rompler synth box I find it very good. I just like the sounds. Never think about it as of VA and you won't be dissapointed. The collection of sounds is very good. Personally I like rompler's synths, they are usually more warm and soft. And the drums are allright. Not spectacular but allright. All in all good box for the money.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Thursday-Jan-09-2003 at 05:08
Fruitbat a hobbyist user from U.K. writes:
Depending on the music you are trying to make, this orange box will become a sad and boring preset machine or a music box full of ideas. Do you play the piano? Forget it! Do you sequence and need lots of great sounds played at certain octaves? Do some quick programming and this little and cheap box is so powerful! No analogue synth, no workstation, the presets suck (aka chart dance music), the interface sucks (but still better than most), but if you can play the sound you want over two-three octaves (as all sample playback sounds) this module has loads to offer! Reviews are useless, listening to demos are useless, you need to put a few sounds together and try it for yourself, only then will you know! Most 'synths - keyboards' are fantastic, what we want these days is something close to presets for our own tastes, because most of our time is at work (sad but true!).

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Oct-08-2002 at 18:38
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