Emulator II V
Emulator II V Tutorial

Arturia Emulator II V Explained®

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  • Introduction & Overview 2:51

    Introduction & Overview

    First, get a brief look at the broad aspects and setup of the Arturia Emulator II V including a bit of history before digging further into the instrument.

  • The User Interface & Basic Operation 6:39

    The User Interface & Basic Operation

    In this video, get acquainted with the main interface and general layout of the Emulator II V so that you have a good initial idea of how you can approach it later in more detail.

  • The Main Panel 7:34

    The Main Panel

    The Main Panel is home to some controls used for quick access to linked voices without digging further into the more involved parts of the Emulator II V. Here, get a sense of some of those controls.

  • The Advanced Panel Overview & Sample Settings 8:47

    The Advanced Panel Overview & Sample Settings

    The Advanced Panel gives access to controls with a far greater ability to craft sounds and samples in ways expanded from what the original Emulator II could even do. Get a brief look at the Edit, Assign, and Effects Sections before jumping into setting up samples.

  • The Edit Section Voice Settings 10:03

    The Edit Section Voice Settings

    After getting a sample in place, the next step is to define the filter, amplifier, and linking settings for any of the eight voices. Here, explore the rest of the Edit Section and its controls.

  • The Assign Section 5:13

    The Assign Section

    The Assign Section allows you to set up how your keyboard will react with different voices in different positions and velocities, plus you can set up MIDI control destinations for Velocity, Aftertouch, Key tracking, and wheels. See how!

  • The Effects Section 11:23

    The Effects Section

    Effects can be the final touch to make a sound truly shine. The Emulator II V gives you three slots with plenty of effects to decorate your output signal.

  • Utilizing the Emulator II V as a Whole 5:09

    Utilizing the Emulator II V as a Whole

    Having seen all of these different elements on their own, now widen the scope to get a feel for how each aspect can integrate with the rest to make more from the whole, rather than the sum of its parts.

  • Preset Management & the Browser 6:57

    Preset Management & the Browser

    As with all Arturia virtual instruments, the Browser is an excellent tool for keeping organized and easily access the rich set of presets from the factory, or even add your own. Here, you'll learn all about this intuitively designed section.

  • Sound Design Example: Bass 7:46

    Sound Design Example: Bass

    In this video, see how to use your knowledge of the Emulator II V to make a sample-based bass sound that employs the filter and an Overdrive effect.

  • Sound Design Example: Lead 6:30

    Sound Design Example: Lead

    Now watch a few examples of sound design that utilize a cool legato lead with a sample-based twist.

  • Sound Design Example: Pad 11:02

    Sound Design Example: Pad

    In this video, you'll get a more in-depth example of sound design by making a big pad sound that makes use of a lot of the abilities and retro samples that the Emulator II V offers.

  • Review & Conclusion 5:16

    Review & Conclusion

    Last but not least, see a wrap up with a quick recap and some closing remarks before going off on your own to make fantastic sounds with the Arturia Emulator II V!

Product Overview

Synth expert Tyler Coffin delivers comprehensive Arturia Emulator II V tutorials! Experience Arturia's recreation of a seminal sampling workhorse from the '80s, the E-Mu Systems Emulator II. Learn and explore all of the Emulator II V's features and functions, as well as see how to create amazing sounds with this spot-on recreation from scratch. These videos are designed for new Arturia Emulator II V users.

Tyler begins with an overview of what the Emulator II V is, including a bit of history before digging into the instrument, and then gets you acquainted with the interface and general layout, the Main Panel which is home to the controls used to quickly access linked voices, and more. Then it's on to the Advanced Panel which provides access to controls with far greater depth to craft sounds, even more than the original Emulator II! Tyler also explains the Edit, Assign, and Effects sections and then shows you how to define the Filter, Amplifier, and Linking settings for any of the eight voices so you can make truly endless sounds.

Throughout the rest of the videos you learn all about the Assign Section, Effects Section, how to utilize the Emulator II V as a whole instrument, Preset Management and the Browser so you can keep things organized and easily access the rich set of presets from the factory, or even add your own. Last but not least, Tyler gives you inspiring sound design tutorials, showing you how to make Bass, Lead and Pad sounds from scratch using everything you've learned and more.

To see exactly what these comprehensive Arturia Emulator II V tutorials show you, including how they'll help you to get going fast and use the Emulator II V to make some serious sounds for your tracks, see the individual Emulator II V video tutorial descriptions on this page. See why the Emu Systems Emulator II is one of the most important technological breakthroughs of the '80s, responsible for starting new genres of music overnight... Watch “Arturia Emulator II V Explained®” today.

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