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Mob of Emus consists of six identical units that either perform separate tasks or work together as differently configured combinations. One unit can act as an oscillator, noise source, LFO, envelope, sample & hold, trigger of a pattern generator or quantizer.
Each channel can be individually programmed to perform a function independent of the other channels. Channels can also be combined and operated via macro controllers. Thus oscillators and modulators with harmonic ratios are just as easy to create as polyrhythmic pattern generators, for example. Six independent inputs and outputs as well as a mix output allow various configurations and summations of the individual units. Depending on the configuration, the control elements refer to one channel each or as macro controllers for bundled channels. The same applies to the CV inputs. In addition, there are 12 memory locations for own configurations. To put it a bit differently: You can understand Mob of Emus as almost every basic function of a synthesizer and as different standalone or bundled combinations of these basic functions. A few VCAs and one or more good filters make Mob of Emu a full-fledged polyphonic synthesizer (with quantizer, LFO, random function etc).
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Dave Rossum needs no presentation, yet we still need to do it. He is responsible for the creation of the extremely rare to find E-mu Modular System, the iconic E-mu SP-1200 sample-based drum machine and worked to make the Oberheim 4-Voice and the Sequential Circuits Prophet 5 possible. His knowledge of over 45 years is getting now condensed into the currently available modules, which do not rely at all in nostalgic recreations.